Kelsie Firn, PA-C, holds a Bachelor’s Degree with a concentration on Biology and Socio-Cultural Anthropology from The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI. She obtained her Masters of Physician Assistant Degree from Grand Valley State University (GVSU) in Grand Rapids, MI.
Her clinical rotation experience includes cardiovascular exams and treatment plans for acute coronary patients; surgical procedures, mental health status diagnoses and therapy; general surgery procedures; orthopedic repairs and replacements; and chronic disease management. Kelsie also has work experience in rehabilitation care for patients with traumatic brain injuries, and sleep research where she co-authored three publications.
Kelsie answered her initial calling to community service and medical missions by serving as a volunteer Physician Aid in El Llano, Dominican Republic where she provided care for adults and orphaned and malnourished toddlers along the border. She has also participated in medical missions to Port Au Prince, Haiti, Agua Prienta, Mexico and Neza Dump, Mexico.
Kelsie is an active athlete and has coached soccer, basketball, and participated in various community relay fundraisers. When she is not working and serving others she enjoys spending time with her family and being active. She is married with two children.