|Title||Veterans Memorial Garden Rededicaiton Ceremony|
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the physician assistant (PA) profession, the PA History Society (PAHx) honored U.S. Veterans and active duty PAs, with the April 8, 2017 unveiling of a memorial garden at the Eugene A. Stead, Jr. Center for PAs in Durham, North Carolina.
Created to be a place for reflection, the garden features a wall of remembrance with bronze plaques representing each branch of the uniformed services. The centerpiece of the garden is a life-size bronze statue of a combat medic bandaging the wounds of a fallen soldier. The sculpture is titled “Life Savers Then … Caregivers Now” and serves as a reminder of the origins of the PA profession.
|Collection||Veterans Memorial Garden Rededication Ceremony|