Daniel Thibodeau, MHP, PA-C, DFAAPA, is associate professor for the Physician Assistant program and Director of Clinical Education Recruitment and Support at Eastern Virginia
Medical School. He clinically practices in cardiology and also has clinical experience in emergency medicine as well as cardiac surgery.
Graduating in 1996, he holds a Masters of Health Professions and his certificate of the physician assistant program from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. Mr. Thibodeau also holds two undergraduate degrees, one in Physical Education with a concentration in sports medicine from Radford University and a second baccalaureate in biology from Old Dominion University. His faculty duties are focused around the clinical assessment of the patient, clinical procedures, and clinical medicine lectures.
He has worked with several national organizations, including being former chair of the board for the American Academy of PAs, a member of the American College of
Physicians Foundation national steering committee on the Initiative on Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke Prevention, and was also part of the ACPF national steering committee on Acute Coronary Syndrome. Mr. Thibodeau is currently part of the AAPA's Educational Advisory Board as well as the Cardiovascular Risk Reduction work group of the AAPA.