Paul Rase, FNP 2017-03-30T20:15:52+00:00

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I’m always there for my patients. Many times I give them my cell phone number. Many times I will call them at home just to do follow-ups. The patients mean something to me. They’re my family.

Paul Rase, FNP-C, Family Medical Centers

Paul Rase, FNP-C

Family Nurse Practioner, Family Medical Centers

Paul Rase grew up in Lawrence County, and has been serving in the medical community since he was 18 years old. As a Nurse Practitioner, he believes family is very important, and strives to develop a familiar relationship with all of his patients.
Rase got his start in respiratory therapy just after high school, but knew he wanted to do more for his patients. He spent nearly 20 years as a nurse before becoming a Nurse Practitioner. Rase has extensive experience in emergency and critical care, and also serves the nursing community as a member of the Nursing faculty at Ohio University.
Rase received his associate’s degree from Shawnee State University, his bachelor’s degree from Ohio University and his master’s degree in nursing from the University of Cincinnati.
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