The mission of the PA program is to provide premiere education defined by academic excellence, clinical and community partnerships and a commitment to facilitate access to primary care for underserved populations. This mission cannot be fulfilled without the dedication and expertise that community preceptors volunteer to our students on a daily basis. Our preceptors are invaluable assets who significantly enhance our students' clinical skills and interprofessional development.

If you can't find the answer to your question here, or if you'd like to discuss the clinical year of the EVMS PA program in further detail, please contact us.

Becoming a PA Preceptor

Community faculty appointments and CME credit are available to our PA student preceptors.  If you find that you are interested in a faculty appointment, please contact our clinical educators.

Preceptor Requirements

EVMS requires a fully executed affiliation agreement with each practice and hospital involved in supervised clinical practice experiences. To inquire about agreements already in place or to view an affiliation agreement template, contact

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Current PA Preceptors

PA program preceptors are required to update the availability form as well as their preceptor profile and email annually. Preceptors must also complete a final evaluation for each student, each rotation. 

All student evaluations are completed through Exxat. A login is required and the institution is "EVMS." Refer to the instructions provided by Exxat for further information.

The information here is meant to be a guide to the teaching experience. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us: 

Clinical Director:
Angela Conrad, PA-C

Clinical Educator:
Shannon Morris, PA-C

General Questions:
PA Clinical Year Team