Jasmine Sharifan, PA-C

Endocrinology located in Salt Lake City, UT & South Ogden, UT

About Jasmine Sharifan

Jasmine is a certified physician assistant who was born and raised in Utah. She attended Weber State University and graduated with a bachelor of science in chemistry. After working in the medical field and fully realizing her passion for working with patients, she attended Boston University where she earned a master’s degree in medical science.

She then was accepted into Trine University’s physician assistant program. Jasmine immediately fell in love with endocrinology during the didactic portion of her training, and after completing her endocrine rotation, she knew it was where she was meant to be. Jasmine understands that every patient has individual treatment goals and limitations and looks forward to finding specific treatment plans for each patient.

She believes that patient education, prevention through healthy lifestyle habits, and appropriate use of medications is integral to helping patients lead healthy and fulfilling lives.

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jasmine  Sharifan, PA-C

Jasmine is a certified physician assistant who was born and raised in Utah. She attended Weber State University and graduated with a bachelor of science in chemistry. After working in the medical field and fully realizing her passion for working with patients, she attended Boston University where she earned a master’s degree in medical science.

She then was accepted into Trine University’s physician assistant program. Jasmine immediately fell in love with endocrinology during the didactic portion of her training, and after completing her endocrine rotation, she knew it was where she was meant to be. Jasmine understands that every patient has individual treatment goals and limitations and looks forward to finding specific treatment plans for each patient.

She believes that patient education, prevention through healthy lifestyle habits, and appropriate use of medications is integral to helping patients lead healthy and fulfilling lives.


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