Gastroenterology

Physician Assistants have the ability to work in variety of practice settings. In this Gasttroenterology section we meet PAs working in GI specialty practice and learn about what thy do as a PA, why they love their job and what you could expect as a PA working in this field of medicine.

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Gastroenterology Physician Assistant: Amy Caine PA-C

“Dr. Eugene Stead, founder of the PA profession, once said “I get up to communicate and learn.” I believe that in our interactions with patients we are given great opportunities to teach and to learn. I strive to maintain open communication and collaboration with my patients to achieve the best possible outcomes and to empower patients through education.”
-Amy Caine, PA-C, MPAS

Physician Assistant Gastroenterology and Hepatology: Kendra K. Dove PA-C

Kendra Dove, MSPAS, PA-C of Indianapolis, Indiana joined Indianapolis Gastroenterology and Hepatology in 2013. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Indiana University, Bloomington where she graduated with High Distinction. Kendra earned her Masters of Science in Physician Assistant studies from the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC). She sees patients in Indianapolis and Shelbyville.

Kendra enjoyed liver focused clinical experience while training with Dr. Colon-Ruiz, Internist and Hepatologist, participating in the care of patients with hepatitis, cirrhosis and hepatic encephalopathy. She is certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. Kendra is a member of the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG), the American Gastroenterology Association (AGA), and the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA). She is certified in ACLS, BLS and PALS

Kendra enjoys hiking, traveling, baking, and spending time with her family.

Gastroenterology Physician Assistant Vesna Ader

Meet Vesna Ader, Gastroenterology Physician Assistant with The Oregon Clinic. “I have found that delivering thorough and compassionate care begins with listening to the patient. Hearing the patient’s story is essential to attaining an accurate diagnosis, while also allowing insight into the far-reaching effects of a disease on social functioning, independence, and psychological well-being. Understanding the personal impact of a disease allows me to customize therapy and give patients the knowledge they need to become a valued partner in decision-making.”