Brian McCambley, D.H.Sc., PA-C, is an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the online Master of Health
Science and Master of Medical
Science degree programs. Courses that he teaches include Research Methodology, Advanced Pharmacology, and
Clinical Residency Project. He
also serves as an Assistant Professor at the University of Bridgeport Physician Assistant Institute,
where he created and teaches a hybrid online course focusing on health science research as it
relates to physician assistants.
At the hospital
network, where he is employed, Dr. McCambley serves both as a Senior
Physician Assistant (PA) in the Emergency Department and as a Medical
Informatics Clinician. In this latter role, he helped implement the
network-wide transition to a new electronic medical record (EMR) system
in both the hospital and ambulatory care spheres. Dr. McCambley’s
responsibilities included coordinating the EMR integration for
physicians and mid-level providers, focusing on clinical applications
and education. His medical informatics role is evolving to
encompass population health.
Dr. McCambley earned his
Doctor of Health Science at Nova Southeastern University. During his
final internship and practicum, he focused on curriculum development
in PA education. He holds a Master of Physician Assistant Science from
the University of Nebraska at Omaha and a bachelors’ degree in physician
assistant science from Saint Francis University.
Dr. McCambley is a
resident of Connecticut, proud husband to wife Jeannette, a Nursing Supervisor
at Danbury Hospital, and the father of daughters Grace and Brynn.
Dr. McCambley is an SFU alumnus who is delighted to be educating online
learners in the university’s School of Health Sciences.
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