Victoria La Sala PA-C is a NCCPA board-certified Physician Assistant specializing in dermatology and licensed in New York State. She completed her undergraduate Bachelor of Science degree at Geneseo State University, majoring in biology and human development. Victoria attended Arcadia University in Philadelphia, PA where she completed her Master’s degrees in both Global Public Health and Medical Science in Physician Assistant Studies. While in the program, Victoria was elected to the class’s executive board as the Constituent Chapter Student Representative for the American Academy of Physician Assistants, where she served as the liaison between her program and the national academy of PAs. As part of her clinical experience, Victoria was also awarded a grant that enabled her to spend time abroad in Aberdeen, Scotland to provide medical care to rural patients with limited resources. She graduated within the top 5% of her class and was inducted into the Physician Assistant national honor society, Pi Alpha.
Victoria is passionate about both medical and cosmetic dermatology. She enjoys educating patients about their condition to help them better understand their treatment plan and strives to be an empathetic clinician who delivers quality care to patients of all ages. Victoria is frequently complimented on her friendly demeanor and ability to connect with patients of all backgrounds. She aims to take a holistic approach with patient care, as she recognizes the importance of addressing both the physical and psychosocial impact of dermatological conditions.
Victoria La Sala is an active member of the AAPA and is a Diplomat of the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants.
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