Bradford ‘Brad’ Tenney is a certified physician assistant dedicated to providing excellence in patient care, working alongside Dr. Damon Adamany.
Brad earned his graduate degree from Midwestern University. While studying at Midwestern University, Brad participated in the Team of Physician Students (TOPS) program where he provided free athletic physicals for local high schools and junior college athletes. Prior to his studies at Midwestern University, Brad received his undergraduate degree from Arizona State University. While attending Arizona State University, he was recognized through the dean’s list, and graduated magna cum laude.
Brad has volunteered his services for Peaceworks Medical Projects, assisting for their semi-annual “pill packing” event, which organized donated pharmaceuticals for medical missions across the world. In addition, he has volunteered at the Mayo Clinic Hospital, providing support services for the medical staff and attended to the needs of patients throughout the hospital.
UndergraduateArizona State University
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