Seaton Crisp, PA-S
University of Kentucky
Seaton Brady Crisp, PA-S, is a second-year Physician Assistant student at the University of Kentucky. Graduated from the University of the Cumberlands in 2020 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Currently interested in emergency medicine, women's health, and orthopedics. Before PA school, he worked as an aide at Hyden Health and Rehabilitation.

Presenting at the Nexus Summit:

BACKGROUND: As many as 30% of emergency department (ED) visits in the United States are for problems that are not considered urgent,1 meaning they could have been treated in another setting. Patients with chronic conditions often seek care from ED services for non-emergent problems. $4.4 billion in annual costs could be saved if patients sought treatment for their non-urgent problem in the proper setting. Interprofessional clinics (IPCs) are well-suited to address these challenges. Despite robust literature on specialty IPCs, a gap in the literature merits exploration for primary care IPCs.…