||Assistant Clinical Professor, Physician Assistant Studies
Mathematics, Computer and Natural Sciences
||B.S., Kettering College of Medical Arts; Master’s Degree, University of Nebraska College of Medicine
Cameron Powell completed his undergraduate and graduate Physician Assistant studies at Kettering College of Medical Arts in Kettering, Ohio and The University of Nebraska College of Medicine, Omaha, Nebraska, respectively.
He has been serving the Westerville, Ohio, and surrounding communities for more than 10 years at Mt. Carmel St. Ann’s Hospital Emergency Department and continues to do so. He has been involved in Leadership and Risk Management within his organization.
Professor Powell comes to Ohio Dominican University with an additional background of more than 5 years of pre-hospital care experience and 4 years in organ and tissue donation and procurement. He has more than ten years of experience in educating physician assistant students as a clinical preceptor.
Mr. Powell has educated health care professionals in physical exam skills at Hôpital Albert Schweitzer Deschapelles, Haiti. He is devoted to the concept of the health care practitioner as servant to those in need. He has an interest in increasing access and competent care for the medically underserved locally and regionally as well as outside US borders.
Cameron is married with five children and lives in central Ohio. He enjoys spending time with his family and exploring various parks and outdoors with his kids.
He and his wife hope to be able to expose their children to underserved areas locally and abroad in the future.