Brittney Gray, PA-C
Brittney Gray, PA-C (Gr-ay), is committed to her patients and their wellbeing. She started practicing in 2015 with clinical interest in sports medicine, preventive care, exercise physiology and cardiac health. She loves working with veterans and people with developmental and intellectual disabilities. Brittney treats infants, children, teens and adults, performing well child exams, well woman exams, adult physical exams, Medicare annual wellness visits and Department of Transportation (DOT) medical exams.
Brittney earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Arizona and completed her graduate work at A.T. Still University in Kirksville, Missouri. She holds an MS in physiological sciences and physician assistant studies. Brittney is a certified physician assistant and an assistant professor at A.T. Still University. She is the owner and instructor of the PAss It PANCE Medical Board Review Course for students studying for the Physician Assistant National Recertifying Exam. In addition, she is a member of Arizona State Association of Physician Assistants (ASAPA) Community Outreach Committee and adjunct faculty in the Student Health Outreach for Wellness for the underserved population in Arizona.
When she's not helping her patients, Brittney enjoys traveling with her family, being outdoors, playing paintball, attending sporting events, exercising, watching movies, fishing and collecting Funko Pop figures. Brittney is married and has two daughters. She is also fluent in sign language....