Julie Farrier, PA-C, is a Physician Assistant at the University Hospitals Samaritan Sports and Orthopedics Center in Ashland. She graduated from Kettering College in 2010 with a Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies after completing undergraduate studies at Wright State University.
Julie provides care to patients, from toddlers to senior citizens, in the outpatient ambulatory clinic setting. Problems treated by Julie include sports medicine injuries, osteoarthritis pain of most joints, sprains/strains, non-operative fractures, and early interventions for spine issues. She is proficient with injections, casting, splinting, ordering of necessary tests, referrals as needed, and post-operative management of most orthopedic cases.
Julie has a passion for teaching, mentoring students of varying levels of academia, recently, joining the Ashland University PA program in an adjunct role. She works hand-in-hand with the athletic trainers in order to provide the best care possible for their athletes.
In her spare time, she enjoys long walks with her dog, Pippa, and dreaming of her next passion project.
Certifications & Memberships
- Physician Assistant - National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
Kettering College (2010)
Wright State University (2008)
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As of December 31, 2016, Julie Farrier did not disclose any Outside Relationships with Industry.