Natasha Shah, PA-C graduated from University of California Davis in Davis with a B.S in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and received her Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies (MPAS) from Red Rocks Community College PA Program in Arvada, CO.  During her PA education, she was elected as the Wellness Advocate Officer for her class and completed her master’s capstone project in Antibiotic Stewardship Programs.  She has also been recognized from UC Davis for her outstanding performance in community service. Natasha moved from Glendale to Fresno in 2005 where she attended Clovis East High School.  Twelve years later, she moved back to Fresno to serve her community.

Natasha has been involved in several leadership positions and community service projects throughout her training. She is a fellow of the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) and American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA).

When she is not practicing medicine, Natasha enjoys playing and watching sports. She particularly loves watching football and basketball.  She is an avid runner, enjoys the outdoors, hiking, and walking her dog.  She is an advocate for meditation and yoga.  Aside from exercise, she cherishes quality family time, learning how to cook, watching movies, and traveling when time permits.

Education and Certifications

Bachelor of Science

Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of California, Davis

Master's Degree

Physician Assistant Studies, Red Rocks Community College