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Kristine Elizabeth Burgess, MS, PA-C

Assistant Professor, Director of Didactic Education

Kristine Burgess, MS, PA-C is a 2010 graduate of the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine & Science Physician Assistant Program. Following graduation she has worked in family medicine in several locations in Lake Country including working with under-served populations. While working in family medicine she served as a clinical year preceptor for RFUMS PA Program where she discovered her love of teaching and advising future physician assistants. After three years of acting as a clinical preceptor, she joined the PA Program as a part-time Instructor in early 2014. Shortly after joining the PA Department, she started her full-time role as Director of Didactic Education. Kristine's medical interests include: obstetrics & gynecology, breastfeeding medicine, exercise physiology, posture & balance, dermatology, hematology, patient-provider communication & patient motivation.


HPAS 501, 510, & 520 General Medicine & Infectious Disease – Dermatology & Hematology unit coordinator and lecturer in a variety of other units

HPAS 513 Physical Assessment – Course coordinator

HPAS 515 Psychosocial Aspects of Patient Care - Course coordinator

HPAS 519 Obstetrics & Gynecology- Course coordinator

HPAS 523 Clinical Procedures - Course coordinator

HPAS 538 Introduction to Clinical Medicine for Physician Assistants - Course coordinator