Bonnie Jo Casey
Director of Clinical Education, Assistant Clinical Professor
Faculty, Physician Assistant Program
Office: 202 Robinson Hall
Bonnie Jo Casey graduated from the University of New England with a MS in Physician Assistant studies in 2006. She then worked in a variety of internal medicine specialties such as: hospitalist, outpatient primary care, and emergency medicine. Most recently she worked with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Brigham and Women’s Hospital as an inpatient medical oncology Physician Assistant.
Prior to becoming a Physician Assistant, Bonnie Jo enjoyed a successful career as a Special Needs Teacher where she ran a program for students with emotional and behavioral disabilities.
In addition to her passion for medicine and education, Bonnie Jo enjoys spending time being active in the outdoors, exploring new creative pursuits, and prioritizing time with those she loves.
-Master of Science, Physician Assistant Studies, University of New England, Portland, ME
-Education Administration Graduate Coursework, Springfield College, Springfield, MA
-Post-baccalaureate Teacher Certification, Westfield State College, Westfield, MA
-Bachelor of Arts with an Individual Concentration in Alternative Education and Child Development, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA
Specializations: Internal Medicine