Physician Assistant Department
Bellet Building, Room 821
Ryan J. Clancy, MSHS, MA, BS, PA-C, is a Clinical Instructor for the Physician Assistant Program in the College of Nursing and Health Professions. Mr. Clancy graduated in 2004 from the George Washington University Physician Assistant Program, where he was a National Health Service Corps Scholar. He received a Master of Arts degree in Kinesiology from The University of Maryland in 2000 with a specialization in Exercise Physiology and a Bachelor of Science from Wake Forest University in 1997 with a major in Health and Exercise Science and minor in Chemistry and Biology.
Clinically, Mr. Clancy has practiced exclusively as a primary care Physician Assistant treating the medically underserved in Philadelphia. He has worked at Delaware Valley Community Health, Inc., first with their Medical Outreach to the Homeless Department and currently at their satellite office, Fairmount Primary Care Center @ Horizon House, as a provider in the joint Primary and Behavioral Healthcare Integration Project with Horizon House, Inc.
Mr. Clancy maintains professional affiliation with the American Academy of Physician Assistants and is a nationally board certified Physician Assistant. His main research interest includes primary and behavioral healthcare integration as a means to decrease comorbidities in patients with severe persistent mental illness.