Katrina Dekirmendjian CCPA, ATC, OTC
PA Role Model Award (Outstanding Physician Assistant Involved in the BScPA Program)
Physician Assistant Program Awards
Katrina Dekirmendjian is a Canadian Certified Physician Assistant, Certified Athletic Trainer and Orthopaedic Technician. She has been working in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital since 2018.
Katrina is an alumni of the BScPA program at the University of Toronto. Prior to this professional program, she graduated Magna Cum Laude from North Park University in Chicago, Illinois with a Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training. Following this, Katrina completed a year-long Athletic Training Residency program with the Orthopaedic Teaching and Research Foundation in Chicago.
She currently serves as a facilitator, lecturer and preceptor for the Consortium of Physician Assistant Education at the University of Toronto. Katrina is involved in academic research and organization of multidisciplinary rounds dedicated to the treatment, prevention and research of sport related injuries. She is also passionate about Physician Assistant advocacy and mentorship.
About the Award
The Physician Assistant Program Awards recognize excellence in teaching, mentoring and supporting in the BScPA Program. There are two categories: Excellence in Teaching Award, and PA Role Model Award.