Nathan Adams, PA-C is a Certified Physician’s Assistant and Jacksonville native who grew up close to the Center for Health and Sports Medicine in Mandarin. He graduated from Bishop Kenny High School here in Jacksonville, and eventually chose to stay in Florida to further his schooling and career.
Nathan obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Exercise Science at Florida State University, where he was inducted into the Pre-Health Honors Society. He then finished his Masters of Physician Assistant Studies in 2011 at South University in Savannah, Georgia, during which he completed his clinical rotations at the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida and his Primary Care clinical rotation with Dr. Ross Osborn.
Nathan has worked with Dr. Osborn since 2011 and continues to assist with Bartram Trail High School, Creekside High School and Flagler College athletics. He enjoys participating in local coverages and events due to his strong love and passion for the Jacksonville community given his native roots. He is also prides himself in being a member of the American Association of Physician Assistants and Florida Association of Physician Assistants to continue expanding his knowledge.
Outside of the office, Nathan values spending time with his family and friends, as well as traveling whenever the opportunity presents itself. In his next life, Nathan has decided he will become a food critic due to his love of restaurants and exquisite foods.