Charles M. Milch, PA-C
Assistant Professor of Physicians Assistant Studies
Office: Blake Hall, Room 166
Phone: (413) 748-3514
- MHP, Physician Assistant Certificate, Northeastern University/Tufts School of Medicine Affiliate, with honors, 1995
- MBA, Finance and Human Resource Concentration, University of Massachusetts, 1982
- BS, Industrial Technology, Northeastern University, with honors, 1978
- NCCPA certification; Board Certified Primary Care and Surgery, October 1995
- NCCPA Re certification; July 1998, July 2000, July 2002, July 2004
- Registered Physician Assistant, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 1995-Present
- ACLS, Springfiled College, July 2005
- BLS, RiverBend Medical Group, November 2000
- Certified Anticoagulation Provider, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, October 1997
Other Experience and Professional Memberships:
- MAPA, Member
- SEMPA, Member
- AAPA, Member
- DAEA, Member
Selected peer-reviewed presentations:
- 2002 Massachusetts Association of Physician Assistants, Annual Conference, Hyannis, MA. Presenter- "Anticoagulation Management in Primary Care Setting"
- 2003 Northeastern University Physician Assistant Program, Boston, MA. October Panel Memeber- "Cultural Diversity in Medicine"
- 2005 Massachusetts Association of Physician Assistants, Annual Conference, Hyannis, MA. Keynote Speaker- "Practicing Medicine in Developing Countries"
- Headley PI
The Effect of Acute Aerobic Exercise on Postexercise Hypotension and Ambulatory Blood Pressure in Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease. The Goal of this study is to examine the impact of a single bout of moderate intensity aerobic exercise on postexercise hypotension and ambulatory blood pressure in patients with chronic kidney disease between stages 2 to 4.