Bryn Marsh, MPAS, PA-C
Bryn is a board certified Physician Assistant. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from Lewis and Clark College in Portland, Oregon with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. She worked for a year as an EMT/Medical Assistant at a Homeless Clinic in Denver after graduating from college and then continued on to receive a Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, where she graduated in the top of her class.
Bryn has had a special interest in dermatology for as long as she can remember and is passionate about both her profession and her chosen specialty. Bryn enjoys all aspects of dermatology, but is most interested in treating acne and skin cancer, and gets great satisfaction from working with her patients to achieve optimal results. She is a member of the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants, Colorado Society of Dermatology Professionals, American Academy of Physician Assistants and Colorado Academy of Physician Assistants. She has also been awarded the prestigious Diplomate title from the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants; the highest honor available as a Dermatology PA. The title of SDPA Diplomate is a nationally recognized, credible title that reflects an individual’s utmost dedication to the dermatology profession.
Bryn is a Colorado native and enjoys all things outdoor, including tennis, running and skiing. Curious about other cultures, she has also traveled through many countries in Europe, Asia, Africa and South America.
What is a PA?
A physician assistant (PA) is a medical professional who works as part of a team with a doctor. A PA is a graduate of an accredited PA educational program who is nationally certified and state-licensed to practice medicine.
What do Dermatology PAs do?
- Conduct physical exams
- Diagnose and treat illnesses
- Order and interpret tests
- Counsel on preventive health care
- Perform surgical procedures (including excisions, incisions, biopsies, and injections)
- Prescribe medications