Chatham University

Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) Faculty and Staff

Paige Cendroski MPAS, PA-C

p.cendroski@chatham.edu
Assistant Professor
Hometown : Venetia, PA

Academic Areas of Interest

Orthopaedics, Preventative Medicine, Problem-Based Learning, Continuing Medical Education

Personal Areas of Interest

Spending time with her husband and three children, traveling, cooking (and dining out!), exercising

Biography

Paige earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise and Sport Science from The Pennsylvania State University in 1997. She then pursued her Master of Physician Assistant Studies degree at Chatham University in 2000. She is currently a Pennsylvania state-licensed and NCCPA certified Physician Assistant working in the field of orthopaedics. She has been a surgical Physician Assistant with Greater Pittsburgh Orthopaedic Associates for over 16 years. She had been an adjunct faculty member with Chatham University’s PA Program in years past, and in March 2017, she accepted a position as Assistant Professor as a facilitator for Problem-Based Learning. Coming from a family of educators, Paige shares her passion of teaching by inspiring students as they enter the ever-changing world of medicine. Her academic interests include orthopaedics, preventative medicine, Problem-Based Learning, and continuing medical education. Paige has been a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants since 1998.

Education

  • Master of Physician Assistant Studies, Chatham University (Pittsburgh, PA), 2000
  • B.S. Exercise and Sport Science, The Pennsylvania State University (University Park, PA), 1997