Congratulations to Cheryl Glick, PA-C from Community Care Pediatrics – Clifton Park, who was recognized by The New York State Society of Physician Assistants and was presented the President’s Award for her contributions to the profession and the NYSSPA organization. The President’s Award is given to PAs who have selflessly contributed to the profession and the NYSSPA organization and are nominated by Patti Cuartas, president of the New York State Society of PAs.
Cheryl’s husband, Brian Glick, PA-C, is also a recipient of the President’s Award! A husband-and-wife power duo!
“Our members tirelessly dedicate themselves to their community, making a difference in the lives of each of their patients,” Patti said in a press release. “Their commitment to providing high-quality care to patients from all walks of life positively impacts the health and wellness of New Yorkers and the state as a whole.”
“NYSSPA is an amazing organization, one I’m proud to be associated with and support since I was a PA student back in 2001,” says Cheryl. “It is an honor to have met so many dedicated PAs through my service to NYSSPA, and I would like to believe that throughout these past 21 years, I have made a small contribution to PA practice in NYS. I humbly thank President Cuartas for this honor.”
Physician Assistant Cheryl Glick, originally from Ballston Lake, has been a part of the Community Care family since she graduated and returned home in 2003. She graduated from the Le Moyne College PA program and received her master’s degree in 2020 from Pace University. Her areas of particular interest include acute care and injuries. She is also certified in CPR and PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support). She served as the secretary of NYSSPA from 2019-2022 and as the fall CME Conference chairperson for numerous fall conferences over the past 15 years. Cheryl is a distinguished Fellow of the American Academy of PAs, a Fellow of the New York State Society of Physician Assistants and the Society for Physician Assistants in Pediatrics, as well as an affiliate member of the Advanced Practice Provider. Cheryl is an active member of our community. She has volunteered in several areas, including as an EMT/critical care tech for Clifton Park-Halfmoon EMS for eleven years and as an adviser for the Clifton Park Emergency Services Advisory Board for four years. She has also been the recording secretary for the Orenda Elementary PTA and currently serves as the chairperson of the board of trustees of The Sara Marie School.