Sean Guinane has been a faculty member with the college since 2009, and currently
serves as an assistant professor and the Director of Outcomes, Assessment, and Technology.
Dr. Guinane brings a clinical perspective from practice in family medicine and urgent care to the classroom for physician assistant students, as well as an appreciation for clinical learning, having served as a preceptor for both PA and medical students while in practice.
He is a nationally certified physician assistant and licensed to practice in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Guinane completed his Bachelor’s degree in Health Science from University of the Sciences in Philadelphia in 2003, and a Master’s degree in Health Science – Physician Assistant Studies from Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2004. In 2015, Guinane completed a Doctor of Health Science degree from A.T. Still University with a focus on education, where his research focused on transition to practice of new physician assistants.
American Academy of Physician Assistants
Association of Family Practice Physician Assistants
Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants
New Jersey Society of Physician Assistants
Since 2008, Sean has assisted with the annual AAPA conference, including review of proposals for national presentation and as a member of the planning work group.