Brian G. Mann, MS, PA-C, is Director of Simulation Education. A former firefighter and paramedic, he completed the surgical physician assistant program at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland, Ohio, graduating cum laude. Brian earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Health Sciences from Touro International University in California, graduating summa cum laude, and then a Master of Science degree in Advanced Physician Assistant Studies, with a concentration on emergency and family medicine, from A.T. Still University in Arizona.
Before relocating to North Carolina, he was a physician assistant in pulmonary, critical care, express care and emergency medicine with the Cleveland Clinic. He also spent time working in emergency medicine for several local and national emergency medicine groups, University Hospitals of Cleveland, and MetroHealth Medical Center, Cleveland’s Adult Level 1 Trauma Center. He has been certified with special recognition in surgery with the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants since 2002. For a brief time before joining the simulation faculty at Campbell, Brian worked as a Physician Assistant in Pinehurst, North Carolina.
Mr. Mann enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, swimming, and helping others develop resilient minds.