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Mr. Hudson graduated from the Johnson & Wales University Physician Assistant Program and completed his undergraduate education in Biochemistry at the University of Vermont. Prior to attending Johnson & Wales, Mr. Hudson worked as a Certified Nursing Assistant and also as a Medical Assistant at OrthoRI. It was through his experience as a Medical Assistant that made him realize he wanted to specialize in orthopedics. He feels honored and humbled to be a part of the OrthoRI team. His approach to patient care revolves around carefully listening to each patient and treating them on an individualized basis in order to provide exceptional care.

Mr. Hudson is a Rhode Island native who was born and raised in Hope Valley. In his free time, he enjoys skiing, playing volleyball, and spending time with his friends and family.


  • Undergraduate: University of Vermont, Bachelor of Science, Biochemistry, 2013
  • Graduate: Johnson & Wales University, Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies, 2018

Professional Associations

  • NCCPA Certified
  • AAPA Member
  • RIAPA Member
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Health Benefits of Soup (with “Get Well” Soup Recipe)

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Neck (Cervical) and Low back (Lumbar) Muscular Strains

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January 29, 2020 / Healthcare Interesting / Zach Hudson

The Role of a PA (Physician Assistant)

To become eligible to apply for a physician assistant program, a bachelor’s degree is required along with specific prerequisite course requirements. In addition, most PA programs require direct patient care contact hours (average of more than 2,000 to 3,000 hours) in professions such as a paramedic, EMT, certified nursing assistant, medical assistant, medical scribe, athletic trainer, etc. prior to applying. Standardized exam scores, undergraduate major and GPA’s, interviews, extra-curricular activities, and more also play an important role in terms of being accepted into a program.

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