Eric Szostek, PA-C

Physician Assistant



Anne Arundel Community College
Physician Assistant Profession Certification, Aug 2017

University of MD, Baltimore Campus
Master of Health Studies, July 2017

University of Maryland
Shady Grove Campus
Bachelor in Biological Sciences,
May 2012

Montgomery College, Rockville, MD
Associates in Life Sciences, May 2010

Orthopedic Specialty Academy of
San Antonio, TX
Certification Health Sciences, Orthopedic Technician Certification, Mar 2004

Eric Szostek, PA-C

Eric Szostek’s passion for Sports Medicine and Orthopedics cultivated while growing up and playing basketball in a small town, known for their talented and well developed basketball program, just west of Ft Worth in Lipan, TX. While attending undergraduate studies at Texas Tech University he worked as a student Athletic Trainer for Men’s Basketball, Football, and Softball. During and after his pursuit of his Master’s Degree in Athletic Training at Texas Tech Health Sciences Center, he worked with minor league hockey teams, collegiate summer baseball, Texas Tech Men’s Basketball Summer Camps, and served as the Head Athlete Trainer of Lake Dallas High School.

A desire to elevate his knowledge and skills lead him to seek a career as a Physician Assistant and graduated from UNT Health Science Center with a Master’s in Physician Assistant studies in 2014. Eric’s Physician Assistant experience includes Orthopedics with Surgery, Endocrine and Breast Surgery, and Pediatric General Surgery/Trauma. His special interests include Orthopedics including upper and lower extremities, joint injections, and joint replacement.

Outside of work he enjoys spending time with family, traveling, spending time outdoors, and watching his son play sports.

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