Emily Sullivan, PA-C

MedSpa located in Concord, NH & Exeter, NH

About Emily Sullivan, PA-C

Emily Sullivan is a Physician Assistant who graduated with her Masters in Physician Assistant studies in 2007 from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. She is originally from Minnesota where she achieved a Bachelors of Science from the University of Minnesota. After meeting her husband, getting married, buying a home, and having children, she now officially calls New Hampshire home. Emily had worked for 8 years as a Hospitalist at Parkland Medical Center as well as Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital; admitting, rounding on, and discharging people with various medical issues. Due to their growing family (4 kids and counting) Emily opened The Concord Medspa in 2015. CoolSculpting has been added to the menu of services offered and The Concord Medspa has become a certified practice through CoolSculptings education program. She has taken courses by the American Institute of Aesthetics and Allergan to learn how to use toxins such as Botox and Dysport, and fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane. As an admirer of the creative side of medicine, Emily now uses that to help people feel at their best.

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Emily Sullivan is a Physician Assistant who graduated with her Masters in Physician Assistant studies in 2007 from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. She is originally from Minnesota where she achieved a Bachelors of Science from the University of Minnesota. After meeting her husband, getting married, buying a home, and having children, she now officially calls New Hampshire home. Emily had worked for 8 years as a Hospitalist at Parkland Medical Center as well as Northeast Rehabilitation Hospital; admitting, rounding on, and discharging people with various medical issues. Due to their growing family (4 kids and counting) Emily opened The Concord Medspa in 2015. CoolSculpting has been added to the menu of services offered and The Concord Medspa has become a certified practice through CoolSculptings education program. She has taken courses by the American Institute of Aesthetics and Allergan to learn how to use toxins such as Botox and Dysport, and fillers such as Juvederm and Restylane. As an admirer of the creative side of medicine, Emily now uses that to help people feel at their best.


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