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Aaron rejoined our team in 2024. Aaron was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. He attended Arbor View High School; promptly following graduation, he enlisted in the United States Air Force as an aerospace combat medic. During his ten years of active duty service, Aaron gained most of his healthcare experience working in Labor and Delivery, Advance Trauma Life Support, and Outpatient Primary Care. He earned his Bachelor Degree in Public Health from Southern New Hampshire University while serving honorably in multiple deployed locations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Inherent Resolve. Aaron served in the capacity of medical operations safety representative, overseeing 10 clinics in one of the largest military multi-specialty treatment facilities in the US. In 2020, Aaron completed his Master of Public Health (MPH) degree from the University of New England. Aaron is a tremendous addition to our team, and we thank him for his years of honorable service to our great country!

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