Brittany obtained her undergraduate degree in finance from Emory University and subsequently completed a Post-baccalaureate Pre-medical Program at Columbia University, graduating at the top of her class. She subsequently obtained her Bachelor of Science and her Masters degree in Physician Assistant studies at Mercy College, where she graduated with a 3.9 GPA with High Distinction. Due to her academic excellence and dedication to serving the underprivileged, as well her commitment to community service, Brittany received the Pi Alpha National Recognition Award, becoming part of an elite honor society of Physician Assistants.
Brittany speaks fluent Spanish and has led a medical mission trip to Nicaragua. She hopes to continue a lifelong commitment to providing care to the underserved. Brittany is NCCPA certified and carries certifications in both Basic Life Support and Advance Cardiovascular Life Support.Brittany is warm, compassionate, and dedicated to providing the highest level of care.
Brittany makes herself available to her patients and is willing to go the extra mile to make sure her patients are completely satisfied and receive the best treatment possible. Please do not hesitate to reach out to her or schedule an appointment if you have any questions or concerns about your skin.
Dr. Geller’s services are extended through his Physician Assistants, and together they form a team to provide the best possible patient care. Physician Assistants are medical providers that are licensed to diagnose and treat patients under the guidance of a supervising physician. The addition of Physician Assistants to the staff has enabled Dr. Geller to greatly expand the scope of the practice and to significantly improve the office’s ability to accommodate patient demand.
Physician Assistants are trained in all aspects of medical and surgical Dermatology and can practice as independent medical providers once they are trained. Dr. Geller is available to assist them with more challenging cases.
For more information on Physician Assistants, please visit: http://www.aapa.org/about-pas