Physician Assistant, an advanced practice degree for primary care providers who undergo extensive practical training and board certification, and are licensed to practice medicine including the full range of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
Bodhi M. Anderson became a physician assistant because he wanted the ability to work in many different medical specialties, and he chose to practice at One Medical Group because he feels the organization values each patient’s time and strives to provide exceptional care. Bodhi focuses on patient education and believes understanding a diagnosis helps empower individuals to better manage their conditions. Bodhi and his wife own and operate a regenerative agriculture farm (Sugar Hill Farmstead) where they grow and raise food for their Big Island of Hawaii community. Bodhi is convinced that food is medicine. Bodhi attended DeSales University and is NCCPA-certified.