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Jeremy Orr, MPAS, PA-C – Lifetime Achiever

Washington, VT – Jeremy Orr, MPAS, PA-C, is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Lifetime Achiever in the field of Medicine as an Emergency Medicine Physician’s Assistant at Portsmouth Regional Hospital.

A 209-bed acute care hospital and ER, Portsmouth Regional Hospital is one of the leading health care facilities in the New England area. They pride themselves on innovative care delivered with compassion. Mr. Orr has worked for the Hospital for 1 year, serving alongside doctors in a level II trauma center.

With more than 20 years of experience, Mr. Orr is highly adept at patient care. After he obtained his initial bachelor’s degree, he served for the U.S. Army National Guard for 26 years, spending 1 year in Iraq medical detachment. He ended his military service with the rank of lieutenant colonel. For his dedication and successes during his service, he was bestowed various commendations and achievement awards.

In recognition of academic achievements, Mr. Orr earned a Bachelor of Science degree in health sciences with a minor in psychology from Johnston State College, Bachelor of Science degree in physician assistant studies at the University of Omaha Medical Center, and a Master of Science degree in intermediate leadership and history.

A respected voice in his areas of expertise, Mr. Orr has served on the American Health Council’s Board of Physicians since 2018. A noted humanitarian, he formed an Iraqi Children’s Relief Fund while serving in the Army. Previously, he served as a delegate to the National Conference and key note speaker for the American Academy of Physician’s Assistants.

Mr. Orr dedicates this recognition to Mark Depman, MD, Jarid Mashkuri, MD, Beth Carriere, PA, and Amy Dennis, FNP. 

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