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Captain Seth Holland

Captain Holland, a physician assistant at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, near San Antonio, discusses taking care of Soldiers and the many educational opportunities available to health care professionals within Army medicine.

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Captain Seth Holland

Captain Holland, a physician assistant at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, near San Antonio, discusses taking care of Soldiers and the many educational opportunities available to health care professionals within Army medicine.

My professional life in the Army is one in which I get to take care of Soldiers everyday. I mean there’s nothing more gratifying to me than that.
The Army is currently as of right now, the only program with a Doctor of Clinical Science.
When I went through the Army Interservice Physician Assistant Program, known as IPAP. Where I earned bachelors and a masters degree in Physician Assistant studies. It’s a very wide range of opportunities to learn and excel and at the same time to help people.
I’m taking care of everything from a minor scratch to a local national who goes into cardiac arrest. So I would say that it’s a very cohesive team with one goal in mind, which is taking care of Soldiers.
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