Christine Fehrmann, PA-C
Christine Fehrmann is a long-time resident of New Mexico and a graduate of the University of New Mexico in Exercise Science. Upon graduating, she completed a masters degree in exercise science and 11 years of commendable service as Clinical Coordinator/Exercise Physiologist of Cardiac Rehab Department at John’s Hopkins Suburban Hospital NIH Heart Program.
She later continued her education through physician assistant training at the George Washington University Physician Assistant Program graduating in 2013. It was here where she developed a love for procedural skills which she further developed during her time as a Cardiovascular physician assistant. Common procedures she provided include first assist with heart surgery, over 100 endoscopic veins harvested, Insertion of PICC lines, temporary and tunneled central line placement, arterial line placement, chest tube placement, paracentesis, thoracentesis, lumbar puncture, and joint injections.
Christine loves spending time with her family and enjoys running and horseback riding. She is thrilled to call New Mexico her home and excited to provide high quality patient care and procedural services to the patients of National Sinus Institute.