Jasmina Cheeseman, PA-C

“I strive to encourage critical thinking, self-reliability, and persistent exhibition of kindness. My goal is to coach students into becoming not only well versed in medicine but also confident in their skills and compassionate toward all populations.”

Title

Assistant professor of physician assistant studies

Educational Background

  • MSPAS, Indiana State University – Terre Haute, IN
  • B.S., Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) – Indianapolis, IN

Year joined Franklin

2018

Expertise

Immunohematology and geriatrics

How does the FC PA program define the mission goal of providing quality healthcare to underserved populations?”

We define quality health care as the latest evidence based medical recommendations applied in a patient center model of care. We promote treating the person and not simply treating the disease and focusing on prevention. Our intent is to spread empathetic and individual oriented treatments to all patients across the socioeconomic, geographic, cultural, and age spectrums.

Selected Professional Accomplishments

Inspirational Leadership Award, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN

Road Scholar Award for Academic Achievement, IUPUI, Indianapolis IN

Undergraduate Research Opportunity Grant, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN

Mentor of the Month, Bepko Learning Center, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN

Plater Distinguished Scholarship, IUPUI, Indianapolis, IN

J.R. Pavey Medical Technologist Scholarship, Carmel, IN

First Place Volunteer Services, St. Vincent Hospital, Indianapolis, IN

Certification/Licensure

  • NCCPA Certification
  • Indiana PA License

In My Spare Time…

In my spare time I enjoy being with my family and dogs. We love taking walks, hiking, going to parks, and creating silly songs. I delight in preparing different foods and tasting foreign cuisines. I relish visiting my country of origin, Bosnia, and traveling.