Dominic Alesandrini, PA-C
Dominic Alesandrini, PA-C has been practicing family medicine for two and a half years now and chose this path because of the time he spent as a trail guide and camp director in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Alesandrini gained a healthy appreciation for serving others as well as providing healthcare in a wilderness setting while guiding in the subzero winters of the Minnesota Boundary Waters and teaching kids about winter camping.
It is this interest that drew him to serving others in family medicine. Before working in family medicine, Alesandrini was a Wilderness First Responder and Advanced EMT in the southern Rockies and northeastern Oklahoma.
Alesandrini completed his Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish and International Studies from Bradley University, followed by a Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies (MSPAS) from Marietta College. Alesandrini utilizes evidence-based medicine, patient and family education, and patient-centered care to focus on the needs of patients and loved ones.
In his off time, Alesandrini enjoys cooking, hiking, volunteering, playing the guitar, and trying new things.