Christine Mount joined the PCOM faculty after several years of working clinically
as a physician assistant. She has worked in a private neurologist office, emergency
department and trauma center of an inner city hospital and a state-run facility for
individuals with developmental disabilities.
Mount has participated as a clinical site preceptor for physician assistant students, medical students, and medical residents in the emergency department. She has been very involved in medical ethics serving on committees at multiple facilities regarding end of life issues and allowing patients to die with dignity. She also does monthly patient education lectures to families dealing with new onset dementia to help provide them with knowledge regarding this condition and available community resources.
Mount is a nationally board certified physician assistant and licensed to practice as a physician assistant in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She continues to practice clinically in emergency medicine for a large inner city hospital and trauma center.
Mount has a bachelor of science degree in Health Sciences and Athletic Training from the State University of New York College at Cortland. She later attended the University of Medicine and Dentistry of NJ and Seton Hall University Physician Assistant program, graduating with the degree of master of science in 2001.
American Academy of Physician Assistants
New Jersey State Society of Physician Assistants