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Mary Jackson

Mary Jackson, MMS, PA-C, CAQ-EM

Program Director, PA Program

Physician Assistant Program

Mary Jackson, MMS, PA-C, CAQ-EM, has cared for patients in Emergency Medicine in the Baltimore area since 2009, where she served as the Lead PA. Her committee work included Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Wellness, PA Advisory Board, Lead PA Council, Peer Review, Operations, Quality and Safety, and Service Excellence. Prior to leading the ER PA team, Jackson was the founding leader of the Emergency Medicine Post-Discharge Results Management Program. She and her team helped to improve patient outcomes and decrease risk, placing in the top 20 for the Maryland Patient Safety Minogue award in 2018.

Jackson also served as the Lead PA of the Emergency Medicine Telehealth platform for a major medical system in the tri-state area. Working with a dynamic team, the telehealth service was able to provide patient care, specialty consultation, and triage screenings across a wide network of ambulatory and acute care sites.

Jackson previously served as an adjunct professor for the School of Natural Science and Mathematics for a decade before starting her new role. During that time she developed a shadowing and internship program for students interested in health sciences.

  • Master of Medical Science, Arcadia University
  • Bachelor of Science, Biology, Mount St. Mary’s University
  • Physician Assistant, Emergency Medicine
  • Medical Terminology
  • Nutrition

Journal of Emergency Medicine Publication - August 2020 - Carlberg, D., Bhat, R., Jackson, M., et al. (2020) Preliminary Assessment of a Telehealth Approach to Evaluating, Treating, and Discharging low-acuity patients with suspected COVID-19. The Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2020, Aug.

Carcinogenesis Publication - May 2009 - Staiger, J., Lueben, M., et al. (2009) C/EBPb Regulates Body Composition, Energy Balance-related Hormones, and Tumor Growth. Carcinogenesis. 2009 May;30(5):832-40.