Ryan Brower, MMS, PA-C


Ryan Brower received his Bachelor of Science degree in Business Information Systems from the University of Phoenix in Mesa, AZ. He worked in the I.T. industry for almost 10 years, before returning to school to become a Physician Assistant. In 2008, Ryan obtained his degree as Master of Medical Sciences in Physician Assistant Studies from Nova Southeastern University in Naples, Florida. During his PA training, Mr. Brower performed a rotation in Acute Illness at the Mayo Clinic in Scottsdale, AZ, and is a fellow member of the Mayo School of Health Sciences.

Upon completion of his PA training, Ryan relocated his family to Arizona to enjoy the beautiful hurricane-free weather. His clinical rotations in internal medicine, wound management and acute care medicine sparked an interest in urgent care medicine for the past several years. From 1990-92, Ryan served an LDS mission to Cleveland, OH where he learned to advocate for the poor and beleaguered in the inner-city. Ryan has utilized his skills in internal medicine and acute care in the assisting the underserved populations within the correctional and detention facilities in Florence and Eloy, Arizona.

Ryan is a Certified Physician Assistant (PA-C) by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) and is a fellow of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. His professional interests include acute-urgent care management, large wound debridement, laceration repair and patient education/preventative medicine. Mr. Brower has practiced medicine in the capacity of family practice, urgent care and internal medicine.
Mr. Brower was born in Utah, but was raised in the small community of St. Johns, AZ. His wife, Eileen Ethington Brower, was raised in Gilbert, AZ, and both are related to many of the founding families of Arizona. Together they are raising four wonderful children.

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