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Physician Assistant Adam Wojciechowski has been named the Chief Advanced Practice Provider at Jones Memorial

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Wellsville, NY (April 5, 2022) – Physician Assistant Adam Wojciechowski has been named the Chief Advanced Practice Provider for the Emergency Department and the hospitalist program at Jones Memorial Hospital.

 “Adam was a valued member of the Delphi Emergency Medicine Team at Jones and so is a familiar face here,” said Sandra Watkins, Vice President of Patient Care and Chief Nursing Officer at Jones. “His compassion, caring, and professionalism has been appreciated by patients and by his colleagues. We are delighted to have him as a permanent part of our medical staff and I look forward to working with him in both of these critical areas of patient care.”

After serving as a Captain in the US Army, Adam graduated at the top of his class at Daemen College with a BS in Biology and Physician Assistant Studies. Most recently, he was part of the Delphi Emergency Physicians, LLC and worked at several hospitals in the region. Prior to that, his work experience included Universal Primary Care in Olean, where he worked in a primary care setting in Olean and in Cuba and served as a surgical assistant for general and obstetrical surgeons. Until December 2020, Adam was an instructor at Aberrant International, Inc., a veteran-owned business specializing in medical training for remote, national disaster, and emergency environments. His extracurricular activities include serving as part of the North Park Wesleyan Church Men’s Ministry and volunteering in the Amish community. He is also a home builder.

“Having been a part of rural healthcare for nearly 20 years, I am very familiar with the unique challenges involved,” he said. “I am looking forward to continuing to be a part of the UR Medicine|Jones Memorial team.”

Please congratulate Adam Wojciechowski, PA, on his new role as we welcome him back to Jones Memorial Hospital.

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