Laurie A. Hill

Laurie A. Hill, PA-C

  • Physician Assistant

“Every patient should be treated as if they were a member of my family.  Cancer is a difficult journey –for the entire family.  Patients and their families should never feel that they are alone.  I want my patients to know I am here to walk with them through the journey….every step of the way.”

Throughout her career, Mrs. Laurie Hill has served in many sectors of health care.  From a surgical first assist in the operating room, and a clinical physician assistant in both neurosurgery and oncology, to director of clinical education teaching PA students, Laurie brings more than 20 years of experience to her patients.  She joined The Center in 2011, working closely with Dr. Shadan Mansoor, Dr. Vinaya Potluri and Dr. Michael Ross.  Laurie says has a special place in her heart for oncology.

Laurie earned her undergraduate degree from the Connecticut State University in New Haven, Connecticut and her Master of Physician Assistant from Quinnipiac College in Hamden, Connecticut.  She was then accepted to Yale University School of Medicine at Norwalk Hospital in New Haven where she completed a PA surgical residency.  Laurie is a member of the Association of Physician Assistants in Oncology.

Prior to joining The Center team, Laurie served as Director of Clinical Education in the Department of Physician Assistant Studies at the University of North Texas Health Science Center (UNTHSC) in Fort Worth, Texas.  She continues her role in academics through teaching occasional classes, small groups and is on clinical rotation at UNTHSC. Laurie is a recipient of the Fort Worth Business Press Healthcare Hero Award.

Outside of clinic, Laurie enjoys an active lifestyle with her daughter and son.  Both participate in sports and play music instruments. She also enjoys knitting, weaving, reading, gardening and playing with her two Australian Shepherds.  She is very involved in youth activities at Arborlawn United Methodist Church and currently serves as a small group leader for ninth grade girls.

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