Laura L. Britton, PA-C received her Bachelor’s of Science in Zoology from George Washington University in Washington, D.C., her home town. She went on to teach science and math before starting a private tutoring service. In 2004, she earned an Associate of Applied Science degree in Emergency Medical Services and became a paramedic. She worked for an all-volunteer rescue squad for 5 years and then in a level 1 trauma center emergency department for another 5 years. In addition, she has been privileged to participate in many missions trips both abroad and in the US. In 2016, Laura graduated in the inaugural class of the Anne Arundel Community College/University of Maryland collaborative Physician Assistant and Master’s of Science in Health Sciences. She has recently moved back to King George where she spent many summers while growing up.
You may click on the link below for a feature article from Eye on Annapolis highlighting Laura’s Physician Assistant and Master’s of Science in Health Sciences graduating class.