Meghan shares One Medical's patient-centered approach to health care and views herself as an advocate for her patients, always striving to listen to their needs, educate them about preventive care and motivate them toward improvements in their health and overall quality of life. She takes a more conservative, evidence-based approach to medicine and is especially interested in women's health issues. After completing her undergraduate studies at James Madison University, Meghan went on to complete her physician assistant training and earn her master's of science from Quinnipiac University in Connecticut. She honed her skills as a physician assistant in the general surgery and emergency medicine departments of several hospitals, most recently working as a staff associate at New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center. She is certified through the NCCPA.