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Jocelyn Philip

205 Bradley Avenue, Staten Island, NY 10314  ·

Cell: 718-873-4190| Home: 718-494-8258


Highly motivated new graduate of Physician Assistant studies seeking employment in dynamic and educational health care setting. Team player and motivated leader committed to providing personalized, patient-specific care in ER setting.



CUNY YORK COLLEGE– Jamaica, New York                                              Aug 2016- Dec 2018

Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies


New York Institute of Technology- Old Westbury, New York                          Sept 2011- Dec 2014

Bachelor of Science in Life Sciences, concentration in Biology

Summa Cum Laude



FAMILY MEDICINE · Emergency Medical Care · New York, NY                                1/02 – 2/01/18

LONG TERM CARE · Gouverneur Medical Center ·New York, NY                             2/05 – 3/08/18

OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY · Woodhull Hospital ·Brooklyn, NY                      3/12 – 4/12/18

PEDIATRICS · Premier Pediatrics · Staten Island, NY                                                  4/16 – 5/17/18

SURGERY  · Queens Hospital Center · Jamaica, NY                                                    5/21 – 6/20/18

PSYCHIATRIC · Queens Hospital Center · Jamaica, NY                                              6/25 – 7/25/18

INTERNAL MEDICINE · Columbia University Medical Center · New York, NY         8/27 – 9/26/18

EMERGENCY MEDICINE · Brookdale University Medical Center· Brooklyn, NY      10/01 -10/31/18

AMBULATORY · Statcare Urgent & Walk-In Medical Care · Brooklyn, NY                 11/5 -12/07/18



Richmond University Medical Center                                                  12/2014- 10/2015

Shadowed Susan Philip, PA-C

  • Observed patients in the OR for Orthopedics/ Neurosurgery/ Urology
  • Assisted with consults in the Emergency Room, application and removal of splints/casts/ sutures/ drains.
  • Helped manage patients’ pre-op, intra – op, post- op.
  • Aided in writing patient reports for consults.


Island Medical Consultants                                                                    02/2015- 08/2015

Shadowed Dr. Deborah Aanonsen, DO

  • Observed patients in an office setting
  • Participated and assisted with EKG exams, strep throat exams


NYIT College of Osteopathic Medicine Academic Health Care Center    2013- 2014

Shadowed Dr. Reem Abu-Sbaih, DO and Dr. Jayme Mancini, DO

  • Observed various Osteopathic Manipulative Medicine techniques in relieving pain.
  • Observed OMM techniques used in pregnancy to help relieve expecting mothers from pain




  • Certification by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants: Anticipated January 2019
  • New York State Physician Assistant License: Anticipated February 2019
  • American Heart Association ACLS/BLS provider certified: Completed October 2017
  • HIPAA Privacy and Security Awareness: Completed December 2017
  • New York State Infection Control: Completed November 2017
  • NIH Stroke Scale Certification: Completed November 2017


Proficient in: Venipuncture, IV placement, Finger-Stick, NGT placement, obtaining and interpretation of EKG, pelvic examination, rectal examination, aseptic and isolation precautions, culture collection, ABG, CPR, catheter placement, incision and drainage, Papanicolaou cytology smears, wound care and dressing changes, Injections (intradermal, subcutaneous, intramuscular), closure of wounds using sutures, staples and Dermabond, examination of eyes with fluorescein staining, casting and splinting




College of Staten Island -Psychology Department                                        10/2015- Present

Research Assistant


  • Worked with Rita Obeid on “Exploring the Relationship between Implicit Statistical and Language Development. ” Implicit statistical learning is characterized by difficulties in obtaining rule-based characteristics of language such as phonology and grammar (syntax and morphology). Research has shown implicit statistical learning to be impaired in children with Specific Language Impairments (SLI) and dyslexia, when compared to age-matched controls. Studies by linking individual differences in implicit statistical learning with specific aspects of language development in a community sample of school age children (6 to 10 years old)
  • Implemented interviews on sample of school age children from the ages of 6- 10 years old on tasks such as  Serial Reaction Time Task (SRT), Test of the Reception of Grammar II, Pegboard XXX to determines whether motor skills and grammatical abilities are linked to implicit statistical learning.