Phillip Myers PA-C, CLS
University Centers of Excellence Provider
Phillip Myers PA-C, CLS is proud to be ‘locally grown’ here in the San Joaquin Valley. He spent his childhood in Exeter, California.
For college, Phil decided to stay local, and completed his undergraduate training at California State University, Fresno.
After college, Phil decided to pursue training as a Physician Assistant. He completed the rigorous Physician Assistant program at University of California, Davis. After Phil graduated, he decided to come back to the Central Valley to work.
Phil successfully opened the Kaweah Delta Rural Health Clinic in Lindsay. The clinic was successful, due to Phil’s dedication, medical expertise, and compassionate patient care. While continuing to work in Primary Care, Phil began training with doctors in the field of Vascular Surgery. He enjoyed this specialty immensely and made the decision to transition to practice exclusively as a Vascular Surgery Physician Assistant.
Phil enjoys caring for patients with different vascular diseases, and enjoys building relationships with patients and colleagues. His practice interests include Varicose Veins, P.A.D., and Wound Care. Phil provides minimally invasive treatment of varicose veins including the latest Venaseal technology/procedure, RFA vein ablation and injection sclerotherapy. These procedures are done in the office setting. In addition, he has achieved certification in Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for wound care and is also a licensed clinical laboratory scientist.
Phil is a proud husband and family man. Outside of work, Phil is busy with his family’s activities and is an active volunteer in a number of community organizations.
Education & Medical Training
- Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies; University of California, Davis School of Medicine
- Clinical Laboratory Scientist Degree; University of California, San Francisco, Fresno
- Biological Sciences with Emphasis on Physiology Bachelor’s Degree; California State University, Fresno
Certifications & Licensure
- National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants