Morgan Metz is a Certified Physician Assistant who specializes in both general and cosmetic dermatology, which allows her to provide comprehensive skin care from annual skin checks to a personalized skincare routine.

Originally from Jacksonville, FL, she graduated Magna Cum Laude from Emerson College in Boston, MA with a Bachelor of Art in Writing, Literature, and Publishing. After working in medical research and dermatology for several years, she received her Masters of Medical Science from Nova Southeastern University.

Morgan is board-certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) and licensed by the Florida State Board of Medicine. She is an active member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA), Florida Academy of Physician Assistants (FAPA), Florida Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants (FSDPA), and the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants (SDPA). Morgan attends annual continuing education conferences specializing in dermatology.

Morgan is experienced in complete skin check-ups, including skin cancer evaluation and treatment. She is skilled and knowledgeable about cosmetic procedures, including laser treatments and injectables, such as Botox and fillers.

Morgan is an advocate for her patients and believes in the importance of emphasizing daily skin care practices for skin health and disease prevention. When Morgan is not at work, she enjoys reading, gardening, and traveling.

What is a Physician Assistant?


What is a Dermatology Physician Assistant?
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A Physician Assistant is a master's-degree-prepared healthcare professional who practices medicine with a supervising physician. Their extensive education, experience and licensing allow them to diagnose and treat the same medical conditions as their physician supervisors.

Today, board-certified PAs are an integral part of our healthcare system. As part of their responsibilities, PAs perform comprehensive dermatological examinations, diagnose and treat illnesses, perform biopsies and other dermatological procedures, order and interpret lab tests, and (in most states, including Florida) prescribe medications.