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PA-C Eric Haralson started his medical career as a Special Forces Medic (18D) at Fort Bragg, NC in 1999. Eric has operated with Special Forces and other Special Operation Forces during combat operations in Afghanistan, Iraq and Colombia for over a decade. PA-C Haralson was in charge of medical training, basic sick call for his fellow soldiers and allied forces personnel and care under fire which is treating patients with severe combat injuries sustained on the battlefield. Eric later went to Duke University in North Carolina and completed a Bachelors in Pre-Medicine with a 3.9 GPA. PA-C Haralson, then went on to complete a Masters Degree in Physician Assistant studies at Touro Medical school, in Henderson, NV. PA-C Haralson now practices at Wolfson Medical Center in Internal Medicine. PA-C Haralson is certified in minor surgical procedures, ACLS, BLS, PALS, PHTLS, High angle rescue, Search and Rescue Medicine and Advanced Trauma - Tacticle Combat Casulty Care.
Being a Professional Medical Provider requires finess, compassion, education and professionalism with a splash of humor. If my patients are willing to truly be open to medical advice, I can truly help. I became a medical provider to help people and inspire hope, sometimes that requires me to be blunt and bold but I truly want patients to know that someone cares for them, that someone is on their side and that they have someone who will explain all of the questions that they may have. I do not shove pills at patients and I don't allow patients to tell me how to treat them, because they already looked up their problem on Google.