Phillip Myers, PA-C
Phillip Myers PA-C is proud to be ‘locally grown’ here in the San Joaquin Valley. He spent his childhood in Exeter, California. For college, Phil decided to stay local, and completed his undergraduate training at CSU Fresno in 2002. After college, Phil decided to pursue training as a Physician Assistant. In 2006, he successfully completed the rigorous Physician Assistant program at UC Davis. Phil completed his training in 2008, and decided to come back to the Central Valley to work. In 2008, Phil successfully opened the Kaweah Delta Rural Health Clinic in Lindsay and spent first five years practicing there. The clinic was very successful, due in large part to Phil’s dedication, medical expertise, and compassionate patient care. While continuing to work in Primary Care, Phil began training with the doctors of South Valley Vascular. He enjoyed vascular surgery immensely, and in 2012 he made the decision to transition to practice exclusively as a Vascular Surgery Physician Assistant with South Valley Vascular. Phil has been an outstanding addition to the practice, and he is a valuable member of the team. At South Valley Vascular, Phil enjoys caring for patients with different vascular diseases, and enjoys building relationships with patients and colleagues alike. Phillip Myers PA-C’s practice interests include varicose veins, P.A.D., and wound care. Phillip provides minimally invasive treatment of varicose veins including RFA vein ablation and injection sclerotherapy. Both of these procedures are done in the office setting. In addition, Phillip has achieved certification in Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for wound care, and he is also a licensed clinical laboratory scientist.
Phillip is a proud father of two beautiful children. Outside of work, Phil is busy with his family’s activities and is an active volunteer in a number of community organizations He enjoys working closely with the doctors of South Valley Vascular, and looks forward to continuing to provide excellent care for the patients in our community