Cary, NC, October 23, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Parkway SleepHealth Centers, a comprehensive sleep health center and innovative leader in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders, has announced that Carolyn Rodgers, PA-C, has joined the clinic as a physician assistant. In this position, Rodgers is responsible for helping manage the sleep clinic and handling patient’s primary-care needs. This includes handling everything from performing routine health examinations to helping treat both chronic and acute illnesses.
Rodgers brings 16 years of extensive health care experience to the role, including running her own primary care practice in Cary and serving patients in two additional private practices. She began her career at a free clinic in Asheville, N.C., where she assisted in managing health care costs and financial needs for a private practice.
Rodgers earned a Bachelor of Science in allied health from Mars Hill College in Mars Hill, N.C., and completed the Physician Assistant Program at the Wake Forest School of Medicine in 1997. A native of Asheville, she resides in Cary with her two children.
“I am excited to offer my expertise to patients, particularly those with sleep-related conditions,” said Rodgers. “With the changing health care system, Parkway SleepHealth Centers is making strides by covering more than just sleep medicine as a long-term goal. We aim to be a multispecialty clinic, and I am proud to be part of that process.”
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Parkway SleepHealth Centers is a comprehensive sleep health center and innovative leader in the diagnosis and treatment of sleep disorders. Located in Cary, N.C., Parkway SleepHealth Centers provides all-inclusive health management services in an effort to address and improve individual sleep behavior for men, women, and children suffering from more than 70 different kinds of sleep disorders, including sleep apnea, narcolepsy, and insomnia. Parkway SleepHealth Centers works as a collaborative team of medical professionals to oversee the ongoing care and treatment of sleep health, including physician consultations, diagnostic testing and sleep management programs. For more information, visit http://www.parkwaysleep.com.