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Mr. Miller brings nearly 40 years of clinical experience to the interventional pain team including over 25 years as a physician assistant, working in interventional pain and neurosurgery. He completed doctoral research in pain arising from degenerative disc states and has published numerous articles on the evaluation and treatment of chronic spinal pain. His early education and experience included working as a registered nurse in numerous critical care areas and he is a retired Air Force Reserve Flight Nurse. He is married with two grown daughters and when he isn’t napping, he enjoys weight training as well as singing and playing the drums with the Worship Team at Hempfield UMC.

Education

  • B.S., Physician Assistant Studies: Hahnemann University, Philadelphia, PA
  • M.S. and Doctor of Science, Surgical Research in Pain Intervention: American International University in association with The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of the U.S.
  • Fellow, The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of the US; Surgical Science
  • AAS., Nursing: Community College of Philadelphia

Highlights

  • Interventional Pain Management, Lebanon Pain Management Associates, Lebanon, PA
  • Interventional Pain Management, Penn Orthopedics of Lancaster and Penn Surgery Institute, Lancaster, PA
  • Lehigh Valley Hospital Center, Allentown, PA- Staff nurse, ICU/CCU/Open Heart Unit; Emergency Room/ Trauma staff nurse
  • Brandywine Hospital, Caln, PA – Level II Trauma Center: ER weekend charge nurse; ICU/CCU Staff Nurse; Flight Nurse with Sky Flight Care
  • 72nd Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron USAF-Reserve Nurse Corps, McGuire AFB, NJ,
    • Completion of Flight Nurse Training, Brooks AFB, TX; Qualified C-141B, Medical Crew Director
    • Commission as Second Lieutenant, USAFR, Nurse Corps
    • Honorable Discharge, First Lieutenant

Certifications

  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support, biennially since 1984

Concentration

Assist in pre-operative evaluation of patients; pre-operative patient teaching; home health service coordination; assistance in surgery; liaison between nursing units and office practice.