health care,
education and
social services

health care,
education  and
social services

Physician Assistants

Mable Dunn, Physician Assistant, PA-C

Physician Assistant Mable Dunn has practiced Family Medicine on Mary's Center's Mama and Baby Bus since January 2012. She speaks English, Spanish, and Cantonese (Chinese) and earned her degree at George Washington University. A second-generation Chinese-American, Ms. Dunn says she chose to become a physician assistant because it gave her the training to provide primary care for the immigrant population. In her free time, Ms. Dunn enjoys: spending time with friends, reading a good book, running forest trails, dancing, traveling and volunteering.

 

 

Kelly Krawczyk, MS, PA-C

Ms. Krawczyk holds a Master’s degree from Finch University of Health Sciences in North Chicago, Illinois. As a Physician Assistant, she specializes in Family Medicine.  She joined the Mary’s Center team in August 2015 and sees patients at the Georgia Avenue site. Prior to starting at Mary’s Center she practiced as a Physician’s Assistant in Chicago for 10 years followed by service as a medical volunteer in Honduras at a project for youth affected by HIV/AIDS. Ms. Krawczyk speaks English and Spanish. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, exploring cultural events and new restaurants, going to the beach, traveling, volunteering and organizing annual medical brigades in Central America. Ms. Krawczyk says, “I am committed to working with a diverse, multicultural patient population and believe in educating patients to enable them to maintain good health.”

 

Katherine Saavedra, MSHS, MPH, PA-C

Ms. Saavedra is a Family Practice Physician Assistant at our Ontario Road location in Adams Morgan, Washington DC. She joined the organization in September 2015 because she believes in the mission of providing high-quality, holistic healthcare to all community members regardless of their ability to pay. She is very proud to be a part of the amazing team of providers at Mary’s Center! Ms. Saavedra, who speaks English and Spanish, holds a Dual Masters of Science in Physician Assistant Studies and Masters of Public Health (Community-Oriented Primary Care concentration) from The George Washington University. Prior to coming to Mary’s Center, she worked as a medical volunteer in underserved communities in Southern Spain and the DC metro area. She is an associate clinical professor in the GW Physician Assistant program, advising future PAs about the importance of understanding patients in the context of their social, cultural, and economic circumstances. In her free time, she enjoys cooking great meals, hiking or just being outdoors, and spending time with her family, friends, and dog.

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