Physician Assistant Program
In an interview, Dr. Robert Wilmouth, president of Rocky Mountain College, quickly gets the formalities out of the way.
Dr. Larry Campodonico, former chairman of the Rocky Mountain College board of trustees, championed the school's physician assistant program through its darkest time and helped turn it into one of the top programs in the nation.
Anthony Piltz, provost of Rocky Mountain College, calls the physician assistant program essential to the college's mission to serve. "We try to produce servant leaders, people who will make a difference in their communities," he said.
Kelley McCormick, assistant professor and curriculum coordinator in Rocky Mountain College's physician assistant program, demonstrates ear irrigation for students Shanna Olson, left, and Kerry Strike Friday.
Rocky Mountain College President Mike Mace is credited with having the vision to turn around the school's once-struggling physician assistant program.
Dr. Claire Oakley, biology professor in Rocky Mountain College's physician assistant program Thursday, Jan. 6, 2011.