Charity M. Ramsey Irizarry, MCMSc, PA-C

Charity M. Ramsey Irizarry, MCMSc, PA-C

PA Program - Co-Program Director - Associate Professor

P: 787-743-3038

Charity Ramsey Irizarry is from the Big Sky State of Montana. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biological/Biomedical Sciences in 1996 from Montana State University- Bozeman. As an undergrad, she also attended North Carolina State University in Raleigh and completed post-baccalaureate courses at University of North Carolina-Asheville. She made south Florida home in 1999 to attend Barry University PA Program in Miami earning her Master of Clinical Medical Science degree and became nationally certified in 2001. She has extensive clinical experience in Internal and Family Medicine, Women’s Health, and Integrative Medicine. She entered PA education at Barry University as adjunct faculty in 2002 and built her academic career alongside her clinical practice as the course director of Clinical Genetics, and assistant professor in Physical Diagnosis, Hematology/Oncology for national boards, Women’s Health and Integrative Medicine.  In 2014, she joined Barry University’s full-time faculty and became the Director of Clinical Education overseeing faculty, staff and students in Miami and St. Petersburg, Florida and in the US Virgin Islands on St. Croix. A member of the Florida Academy of Physician Assistants and the American Academy of Physician Assistants, she has given CME lectures on Women’s Health at the FAPA State Symposiums in 2016 and presented an e-poster at the 2019 AAPA conference in Denver, Colorado titled: A Case Study of a Hurricane Challenge in PA Education; reflecting on the impact of Hurricanes Irma and Maria. She has been the faculty advisor in several student led clinics serving the homeless population in Miami Beach as well as completed a medical mission in Port-au-Prince, Haiti in 2018. Additionally, she is an accomplished mixed media artist, and lives an active life enjoying the outdoors, traveling, and being with her family and friends.