Michelle Gauntlett is a graduate of the King’s College Physician Assistant Program. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies in 2000. Upon graduation, she worked in Family Practice and Internal Medicine for four years. She then moved into Rheumatology and has been practicing Rheumatology for the past 16 years. She continues to practice Rheumatology on a part-time basis.
Mrs. Gauntlett is also an Assistant Clinical Professor for King's College. She works as a Clinical Coordinator and aids in the advisement and assessment of students, clinical site development and recruitment, and clinical curriculum review and development. She teaches Rheumatology in the didactic phase along with proctoring exams for physical diagnosis lab and OSCEs. She is a fellow member of the AAPA and PSPA.
Outside of teaching and practicing medicine, Mrs. Gauntlett enjoys spending time with her husband and their three children. She enjoys the beach, exercising (mostly swimming and biking), being outside, and cooking.