Patrick L. Bryan, PA
Physician Assistant, Orthopedic Surgery, Sports Medicine
ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS
Medical GroupAscension Medical Group
Patrick Bryan, PA-C, is a physician assistant specializing in sports medicine and orthopedics with Ascension Sacred Heart in Pensacola, Florida. He treats competitive athletes and active youth and adults of all ages who enjoy exercise and recreational activities. Mr. Bryan starts by listening to understand you and your health concerns, taking the time to get to know you and your family's health history and create a personalized care plan that's right for you. As a physician assistant, Mr. Bryan can diagnose illness and injury, prescribe medication and provide non-surgical care. Ask about virtual visits as part of your ongoing care.
Whether you have new symptoms or just want to talk to a physician assistant about your health, Mr. Bryan is here for you. He was recognized recently for the Distinguished Junior Faculty Award at Florida State University. Outside the office, Mr. Bryan enjoys photography and coaching junior sports. He serves as an adjunct professor for Florida State University and the University of South Alabama.
- Troy State University-Troy, AL
- University of South Alabama
- Ascension Florida Sacred Heart Pensacola
- National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants - Physician Assistant - Certified (PA-C)
I believe that I was placed in this position as a ministry to serve others. My desire is to really get to know my patients and treat the whole person. I strive to ensure that all my patients understand the nature of their issues and the treatment plan put forward.
- Patrick L. Bryan, PA
Ascension doctors are committed to getting to know you. They take time for real back-and-forth conversations with you so they can understand all aspects of you and your life. Because great care starts with seeing your whole picture.
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