Sarah Dooley, PA
Sarah joined Dayton Center for Neurological Disorders in 2009. She has years of experience in treating neurological issues. She came to us from Neurology and Pain Relief MD in Florida. Sarah began her education at Ohio University, from which she graduated with her B.S. in Exercise Physiology. She minored in Psychology. She worked for a year as a medical assistant, and then continued her education at the Kettering College of Medical Arts. She graduated, with honors, from the Physician Assistant Program in 2007, securing her Master’s degree.
Sarah says she has always had an interest in medicine. “After going through some personal health related issues, I became even more interested in learning more and wanting to provide others with good care,” she said.
Sarah says the best part of her job is developing relationships with patients and helping them achieve better management of their conditions.
“There is always more to learn in medicine. You never get bored!” said Sarah.
Sarah is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, American Association of Physician Assistants, and the Ohio State Medical Association.
Sarah is married and has four daughters. She enjoys traveling, reading, exercising, and going out to dinner and a movie.
Special interest: General Neurology, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's and Dementia
Currently accepting new patients
American Academy of Neurology
American Association of Physician Assistants
B.S. Ohio University. Athens, Ohio. Exercise Physiology.
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.