Gregory Werner, PA-C, Receives OME Joy Award

The Aspirus Office of Medical Education (OME) recognizes collaboration and contributions made by Aspirus Physicians and Advanced Practice Clinicians (APCs) as clinical teachers for medical students and advance practice clinician students.


This is the 5th year that OME has recognized these efforts throughout the Aspirus system.


This year’s Joy Award goes to Gregory Werner, physician assistant with Aspirus Medford Clinic.


Gregory demonstrates enthusiasm, teaches with happiness, celebrates student and academic success, and consistently contributes to a positive learning environment.


One physician assistant student said, “Greg was a great preceptor! One of the most important catalysts for learning is having a preceptor that is enthusiastic to have a student. He was very personable and constantly advocated for me as a student to have the best learning experience possible. He encouraged and supported independence with patient care while still being there to support and teach.”