EASTON — Kyle Maio, physician assistant, and Kelsey Rosen, nurse practitioner, joined University of Maryland Shore Medical Group – Surgery this summer, according to a news release.

Maio, a graduate of Salisbury University, earned his physician assistant certificate in 2019 through the joint program offered by Anne Arundel Community College and the University of Maryland at Baltimore. In the course of that program, he completed clinical rotations with emergency, internal and family medicine, and also in dermatology and surgery.

Maio’s professional experience also includes serving as an orthopedic technician and as a physician assistant in general surgery. He holds multiple licenses and certifications.

Rosen joined UM Shore Medical Group – Surgery after four years at George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C., where she served in trauma and acute care surgery and also worked per diem as a nurse practitioner in the hospital’s medical/surgical intensive care unit.

She earned her Bachelor of Science in nursing from Stevenson University in Maryland, and completed her Master of Science in nursing and her nurse practitioner certification in adult gerontology acute care nursing from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.

She then completed a one-year advanced practice provider residency at George Washington University Hospital that included rotations in trauma, general and orthopedic surgery; palliative medicine; neurotrauma, medical/surgical and cardiothoracic intensive care; and outpatient surgery.

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