Paul J. Ramos, PA-C is a physician assistant to Dr. Manuel DaSilva in the Division of Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery of University Orthopedics. In that role he specializes in the evaluation and management of hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder disorders. He spends his time both in the office seeing patients as well as assisting in the operating room alongside Dr. DaSilva.
Paul is a lifelong resident of Rhode Island and received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Bryant College where he majored in Applied Actuarial Science. After his undergraduate degree Paul trained as an Emergency Medical Technician at Brown University and as a Paramedic at the Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island Program of Paramedicine. Prior to joining University Orthopedics, he worked and a Paramedic Supervisor for Brown University EMS and as a Paramedic at Radiology Associates and Ocean State Ambulance. Paul completed his Physician Assistant Studies at Albany Medical College where he was a student delegate to the House of Delegates of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. Upon completing his training, he was working as a physician assistant in the Emergency Department at Memorial Hospital of Rhode Island before joining University Orthopedics in 2001. Paul is a board-certified Physician Assistant (PA-C) through the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA).
Paul sees patients at the Kettle Point and East Greenwich campuses.
Albany Medical College
Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies
Bachelor of Science