Combat Aging with Stephanie Hamilton – Thursdays at 4:30pm
Stephanie Hamilton is a NCCPA certified and surgery certified physician assistant, graduating from Trevecca Nazarene University with an advanced degree in medical science-physician assistant studies in 1998. She began her career as a PA in family medicine. Initially, she worked in many different rural settings including Indian Reservations in Oklahoma and Texas. As a Physician Assistant, Stephanie has always had a passion for volunteerism. She has volunteered many hours providing medical care to those who otherwise could not afford it. She also led a small group in to the remote mountains of Mexico on medical mission trips in 2005 and 2006.
In 2001, Stephanie joined the Army National Guard as a Medical Officer-Physician Assistant. Shortly thereafter, she was called up to active duty to serve our country in the Iraq war from January 2003 to April 2004. She was a Captain in an Area Support Medical Battalion. Stephanie was in charge of operating troop medical clinics in Kuwait and Iraq. She also felt it was important to go beyond the boundaries of the army compounds to promote improved public health. She was responsible for organizing missions into surrounding areas in Iraq to provide health education and medical care to Iraqi families and local sheiks.
Upon returning to the states, Stephanie joined a plastic surgery practice and discovered her passion for aesthetics. She continues to successfully perform aesthetic procedures offering her patients Botox/Dysport, dermal fillers, lasers for skin rejuvenation, advanced foam Sclerotherapy and skin care. For Stephanie, being an integral part of helping others to feel beautiful and to be confident is very rewarding.