Camille Hughes, PA
Camille Hughes joined DCND in 2022 as a Physician Assistant. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Biology with a minor in psychology from the University of Dayton. She went on to obtain her Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Studies at Kettering College.
Camille has always wanted to go into medicine to help serve the community and help others become the healthiest and happiest versions of themselves. She strongly believes good care comes from open communication and trusting relationships.
She enjoys neurology because it’s interesting and challenging. Her interest in the brain and nervous system grew after taking neuropsychology in her undergraduate courses.
In her free time, Camille enjoys spending time with her family and friends, cooking and exercising.
Special interest: General Neurology
Currently accepting new patients
American Academy of Neurology
American Association of Physician Assistants
B.S. University of Dayton. Biology & Psychology.
PA-C. Kettering College of Medical Arts.
National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants
DCND- Centerville Office
DCND- Beavercreek Office
What is an Advanced Practice Provider?
An advanced practice provider is an important part of your care team at Dayton Center for Neurological Disorders. These providers work closely with your neurologist to ensure you get consistent and timely care. Patients will always initially see one of our neurologists. Once you have your diagnosis, your neurologist will recommend your follow up appointment be with either their physician assistant (PA) or nurse practitioner (NP). They will help manage your care, symptoms, and work with you to achieve that better quality of life.
These providers are all nationally certified, state licensed and specifically trained to care for and manage neurologic conditions. By seeing an advanced practice provider, you get your medical questions addressed quicker. These providers are fully capable of prescribing medications, answering medical questions, conducting exams, and performing several different procedures.