Megan Stimpson, PA-C
Megan Stimpson, PA-C
Dermatology Physician Assistant
She completed her BS in environmental health at the University of Georgia, graduating cum laude, and her master in physician assistant studies at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Megan’s passion for health and stewardship encompasses both the environment and the community. While at the University of Georgia, she contributed to a research group that monitored and studied air quality and its implications in Cusco, Peru.
During her graduate studies, Megan collaborated in research assessing trends in pediatric obesity in Charleston, South Carolina. She also served on a volunteer team performing medical mission work in Haiti.
Megan has earned nationally recognized diplomate status through the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants. She also routinely precepts physician assistant students on clinical rotation, and mentors undergraduate students interested in health professions.
Megan grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee, a growing city nestled in the foothills of the Appalachians that is popular with outdoor enthusiasts. She attended an all-girls prep school where she played tennis competitively and was an editor for the yearbook.
After graduating cum laude, Megan studied environmental health at the University of Georgia. During her undergraduate studies, she spent several months working, studying, and traveling in Central America, South America, and Europe, including two months working for Habitat for Humanity in Costa Rica.
Megan graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia and attended the Medical University of South Carolina where she earned her master’s degree in physician assistant studies. During that time she got married, graduated, and joined a medical team serving in Montrouis, Haiti.
Megan has enjoyed working in the field of dermatology since becoming a certified physician assistant. She also achieved diplomate status through the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants and continues to advocate for the profession. She, her husband, and two children lived in middle and southeastern Tennessee until relocating to Colorado Springs in 2017. Megan continues to enjoy traveling as well as spending time outside running, cycling, and competing in triathlons.