Anna Everett, PA-C is a certified physician assistant specializing in family medicine and urgent care and is board certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. Anna received her Bachelor of Science in health science studies from Baylor University and went on to receive her Master of Health Sciences in physician assistant studies from the University of Oklahoma – Tulsa College of Community Medicine.
Anna has always been fascinated with the human body. She finds great fulfillment in using her skills to aid her patients in whatever challenge they are facing, and she firmly believes that everyone deserves to receive care. She pursued a career in urgent care because she is passionate about the gaps urgent care fills for patients that are unable to see their primary care provider. She loves the challenge urgent care provides to stay relevant in a broad range of topics.
Anna is a “glass-half-full” kind of person. She can always find the silver lining and help others see the upside too. When she is not at work she is hiking, running, snowboarding or doing anything outdoors. She finds nature healing and is happiest when surrounded by mountains and is a proud dog-mom.
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