Zachary W. Sutton, DHA, MS, MSPAS, PA-C, DFAAPA, FACHDM

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Zachary W. Sutton, DHA, MS, MSPAS, PA-C, DFAAPA, FACHDM

Certified Physician Assistant in Greenville, SC
Specialties:Transplant Surgery
Languages:English
Gender:Male
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Zachary W. Sutton, DHA, MS, MSPAS, PA-C, DFAAPA, FACHDM

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Zachary Sutton is a physician assistant who graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina PA program in 2010 and the Doctor of Health Administration program in 2023. Clinically, he has worked in internal medicine, orthopedics, nephrology, and surgery. In 2008, at the end of his last fall exam, Zachary became the first altruistic kidney donor in South Carolina as a PA student. Clinically, he works in the MUSC Greenville Transplant Outreach and Telehealth office in Greenville, SC as an off-site practice physician assistant.

Zachary teaches at MUSC as an adjunct faculty member, is a healthcare researcher, and is a co-founder of the South Carolina Transplant Fund. This charity assists patients who receive transplants in SC. He is a distinguished fellow of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, a fellow in the American College of Health Data Management, and a member of many professional organizations, including the American College of Healthcare Executives, the Association of Clinical Research Professionals, and the American Society of Transplant. Zachary is an avid cyclist and organ donation advocate. His home is in Easley, South Carolina, where he lives with his wife and daughter.

Clinical Areas of Interest
  • Kidney transplantation
  • Nutrition
  • Orthopedics
Education
  • Fellowship at South Carolina Clinical and Translational Research Institute
  • Medical School at Medical University of South Carolina

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