William Eisenhart PA-C

William graduated from the Yale School of Medicine Yale Physician Assistant Program in 2021 and currently works at George Washington University Hospital as a Physician Assistant in Trauma Surgery. He is a 2019 Tillman Scholar, 2019 Special Operations Medical Association Scholar, 2020 Connecticut Academy of Physician Assistants Kaplowe Scholar, 2021 Glen Doherty Memorial Foundation Scholar, and a 2021 AAPA Veteran’s Caucus Scholar. He is a first-generation college student that immigrated from South Korea with his mother as a child. He attended Salisbury University for his Bachelors, Louisiana Tech for his Masters, but walked away from a career in telecommunications after 9/11. He enlisted in the Navy as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Technician then returned to the civilian sector as an Intelligence Analyst. His desire to serve was not abated so he re-enlisted in the military as a Special Operations Medic for a Special Forces Battalion in the National Guard. He returned to the US Navy Reserves as an EOD Tech, with over 20 years of service. He hopes that he will commission as a Physician Assistant so he can continue to serve his brethren in the military. William works with Special Operations Medic-Coalition (SOM-C), increasing the visibility of veteran capabilities for medical programs through dialogue with universities. His passion is prehospital medicine, emergency medicine, and improving health in underserved areas in the United States and overseas.