Meet Rhonda Feldman
Assistant Professor and Associate Program Director, Physician Assistant Medicine
Phone: (813) 257-3850
Address: 401 W. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, FL 33606
1995 Duke University Medical School PA Program, MHS
1989 United States Sports Academy, M.S.
1985 University of West Florida, B.S.
Applied Patient Care Skills
Clinical Medicine I, II, III
Rhonda Feldman specializes in family medicine, internal medicine, hospital medicine, orthopedic surgery, sports medicine, psychiatry, geriatric medicine, and physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Feldman has been an invited speaker at numerous professional conferences on the state and national level. She has served in the role as physician assistant representative on the North Carolina Medical Board and served on numerous service committees in North Carolina, Maine and Florida.
She began her career in the National Health Service Corps and has throughout her career worked to bring healthcare to the underserved in rural areas of the country. She established community-based health governance task forces in rural areas of Maine and North Carolina. She built bridge programs to expose students to rural healthcare in Maine resulting in the successful sustained placement of graduates in communities without prior local access to healthcare. She expanded and directed an Inter-disciplinary Geriatric Medicine program allowing students early in their education to gain interprofessional clinical experience while providing community support to hundreds of geriatric patients in Southern Maine.
Excellence in Graduate Student Teaching Award, Westbrook College of Health Professions, University of New England