Mrs. Earley is from Coral Gables, Fla., and grew up in Jacksonville. She joined Beaches Dermatology in 2002. Mrs. Earley graduated with honors with a Bachelor of Science degree in biology from the University of North Florida and also a Bachelor of Science degree in physician assistant studies from South University. She earned a Master of Science degree in dermatology from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. She was a Georgia Association of Physician's Assistants Students of the Year Finalist and Student of the Year for South University. She served as a delegate to the American Academy of Physician Assistants House of Representatives.
Mrs. Earley is a member of FAPA and Jacksonville Society for Dermatology Physician Assistances/ Nurse Practitioners. In the past, she was an independent contractor P.A. for Sea School of the Coast Guard, as well as an Adjunct Professor of Anatomy and Physiology at Sandford-Brown Institute. She stays current in dermatology and general medicine by attending local, state and national conferences while she continues to be an avid reader of medical journals.
Mrs. Earley enjoys the ability of a P.A. to be a healthcare provider, as well as a wife and mother. She is very proud of her three children—boy/girl twins and baby boy. She likes going to the YMCA with the kids, rollerblading and running. Hobbies include reading her Kindle and cooking. She is also a self-proclaimed TV and movie junkie!
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.