Faculty + Staff
Aimee lamb is the program director and assistant professor of the LTU inaugural PA program. She graduated with her bachelors in biology with a minor in cultural anthropology from EMU in 1991. She and her husband traveled extensively before attending Emory University and graduating with her MMSC (masters of medical science) in 1998 and has dedicated her practice since to rural and urban underserved populations.
She has lectured extensively both here and abroad in a variety of topics and has precepted PA students for almost two decades. She has had several leadership roles including having created and led an inpatient team in glycemic management, was a mentor for the society of hospital medicine, established an infertility service, developed a minor procedures clinic in England and was the advanced practice provider (APP) director at DMC of approximately 70 PAs and NPs of thirteen different specialties.
She has published numerous times and is an active member of both AAPA and MAPA. She was one of a group of 12 PAs that established the PA profession in the UK and assisted with the development of the first PA program in England. She has practiced in a myriad of areas including women's health, family practice, rehab medicine, emergency medicine, interventional cardiology and addiction medicine. She has received numerous accolades for innovative projects and her commitment to excellence. She also has a private consulting LLC that specializes in patient and elder empowerment and assists practices in business strategy and novel approaches to health-care delivery. She is a passionate advocate for diversity and inclusion and an active community volunteer in providing both medical services and free healthcare education and has led and participated in many fundraising efforts throughout the years.
Outside of the professional arena, Aimee loves to spend time with her husband of over 25 years and three children. They have a small zoo of critters at home, and she is a wildlife rehabilitator and enjoys travel, gardening, sharing what she grows and adventures in general.
The ARC-PA has granted Accreditation-Provisional status to the Lawrence Technological University Physician Assistant Program sponsored by Lawrence Technological University. Accreditation-Provisional is an accreditation status granted when the plans and resource allocation, if fully implemented as planned, of a proposed program that has not yet enrolled students appear to demonstrate the program’s ability to meet the ARC-PA Standards or when a program holding Accreditation-Provisional status appears to demonstrate continued progress in complying with the Standards as it prepares for the graduation of the first class (cohort) of students. Accreditation-Provisional does not ensure any subsequent accreditation status. It is limited to no more than five years from matriculation of the first class.
The program’s accreditation history can be viewed on the ARC-PA website at http://www.arc-pa.org/accreditation-history-lawrence-technological-university/