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Andersen recognizes BSC week

Physician assistants are licensed to work under the direction of physicians or surgeons. The Airmen who work as physician assistants are key members of Air Force healthcare teams all over the world by conducting physical exams to assisting on surgical procedures. Capt. Shunrie Geldore, 36th Medical Operation Squadron physician assistant, is highlighted as one of the many men and women of the Biomedical Science Corps. Biomedical Science Corps recognition week is recognized this week across the Air Force. "Personally, I love helping people towards their journey to be healthy and fit," Geldore said. "It is also satisfying that I get to help them transform, from recovering from illness or injury, to meeting their goal of passing a fitness test." (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Alexa Ann Henderson)

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