Jeff Greene, MPAS, PA-C, Lecturer/Instructor: Received his Bachelor’s Degree as a PA through George Washington University in 1998. He continued his education and obtained his Master’s Degree (MPAS) through University of Nebraska. He has also completed an Orthopedic Surgery Fellowship as a PA. All of his education was achieved while serving in the United States Navy. Prior to his arrival in Illinois, he practiced as a Family Practice PA for 5 years and an Orthopedic Surgery PA for 7 years. His family practice consisted of 3 years at Marine Corps Recruit training base, Parris Island, South Carolina, and 2 years as a Ship’s Physician Assistant aboard the Aircraft carrier USS Constellation. He had served in the Persian Gulf, before going through the arduous training of the Orthopedic Surgery fellowship at the Bone and Joint Institute, Portsmouth, Virginia. He spent his last 6 years of the Navy in Central California, working in Orthopedics for a Naval Hospital as well as working part time at the Children’s Hospital of Central California. He was deployed to AL- Asad, Iraq as a surgical PA for 8 months in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. After 25 years of service to his country he retired from the Navy and moved to Northern Illinois, to work in an Orthopedics practice in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He has been a guest lecturer for the Doctorate Level Physical Therapist program at Rosalind Franklin University for 3 years and became a member the RFUMS PA program in 2013. He has been a preceptor for PA and Nurse Practitioner students for nearly 10 years and loves to mentor and teach.