Shayna Flash, PA-C, MPH

Senior Cosmetic Laser Practitioner, 14 Years at WIFH

Shayna Flash

Shayna Flash is a licensed Physician Assistant and certified Senior Cosmetic Laser Practitioner with more than 14 years of laser experience. Shayna administers treatment for laser hair removal, tattoo removal, vein treatments and skin rejuvenation procedures. She is also a highly skilled injector of Botox and cosmetic facial fillers.

Shayna currently sits on the Georgia Composite Medical Board’s Cosmetic Laser Services Advisory Committee to develop rules, regulations, and application materials for both Senior and Assistant practitioner levels of licensure.

Shayna holds a Master of Science in public health and a Bachelor of Science, physician assistant, from Nova Southeastern University in Miami, Florida, as well as a Bachelor of Science in microbiology from The University of Georgia. Prior to her working at WIFH she worked in emergency medicine and internal medicine.

Education

Undergraduate

University of Georgia, Bachelor of Science, Microbiology – Athens, Georgia, (1988-1992)

Nova Southeastern University, Bachelor of Science, Physician Assistant – Broward County, Florida, (1992-1996)

Graduate

Nova Southeastern University, Master of Science, Public Health – Broward County, Florida – (1994-1996)

Certifications & Licensure

  • Senior Cosmetic Laser Practitioner, licensed by the Georgia Composite Medical Board, (2014-Present)
  • Physician Assistant, licensed by the Georgia Composite Medical Board, (1997-Present)
  • BLS / ACLS certified

Professional Organizations

  • The Georgia Composite Medical Board’s Cosmetic Laser Services Advisory Committee
  • American Academy of Physician Assistants
  • Georgia Association of Physician Assistants

Publishing / Presentation History

  • “Adding Aesthetics to the OB-GYN Practice.” Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinics of North America. Volume 37. Number 4 (2010): 475-486. Print
  • “Benefits of Graduate Level Education Residencies for Physician Assistants in Family Medicine, Surgery and Emergency Medicine and the Impact on Health Care in Underserved Areas” presented at the National Physician Assistant Convention, New York City, May 1996