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Gabriela Belinsky

Assistant Professor, Clinical Faculty
Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences; Physician Assistant Studies
Office Location: Rinker Health Science Campus 248
Phone: (714) 744-7969
Loyola Marymount University, Bachelor of Arts
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Master of Physician Asst. Stud


Endocrinology PAS-514
Pulmonology PAS-511
Genitourinary PAS-513

Professional Licenses and Certifications:
Physician Assistant License-Physician Assistant Committee, Sacramento, California
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
Controlled Substance Registration Certificate United States Department of Justice Drug
Enforcement Administration
BLS For Healthcare Providers CPR and AED

Professional Associations/Positions:
Chapman University Faculty Advisory Committee to the Dean
Chapman University Physician Assistant Program Advisory Council 2015- 2017
American Academy of Physician Assistants
California Academy of Physician Assistants
Physician Assistant Education Association

Personal Achievements:
Physician Assistant Class Moral Award
Catalina Eco Marathon
OC Marathon
Century Bike Tour for Multiple Sclerosis

Professor Belinsky brings 19 years of clinical experience as a PA in primary medicine, working in urgent care, occupational medicine and college health through California Emergency Physicians, Premier, HOAG, Chapman University, and CareSpot. Currently Professor Belinsky continues to practice medicine through CareSpot at MedPost Urgent Care. Experience in urgent care has allowed professor Belinsky to manage diverse medical conditions in patients of all ages and has given her the opportunity to provide minor in-office surgical procedures. While working as a PA at Chapman University Student Health for five years, Professor Belinsky worked as a clinical preceptor to Chapman Athletic Training Students (2011-2014) and was responsible for creating learning objectives that highlight medical conditions encountered in the field of athletic training. Fluent in Spanish, Professor Belinsky spent the first 10 years as a PA providing medical attention to patients who were primarily Hispanic. As a PA, Professor Belinsky has volunteered by conducting sports physicals for local high schools and sporting events.  In 2017, Professor Belinsky joined Chapman University in the MMS PA Studies Program at Crean College of Health and Behavioral Sciences as a Clinical Assistant Professor.  She is enthusiastic about sharing her skills and experiences as a PA with PA students and strives to help develop future health care providers that are confident in their medical skills and excellent in their interpersonal skills with patients,