Professor Musleh joined the faculty in the fall of 2018 and serves as a clinical instructor for the physician assistant program. His clinic areas of expertise are neurosurgery and urgent care.
Professor Musleh began his medical career in 1996 as an emergency medical technician in Gary, Indiana, where he worked for two years, then as a surgical technologist at Methodist Hospital in Merrillville, Indiana, where he worked for six years prior to being accepted to Midwestern University’s physician assistant program in 2002.
Professor Musleh practiced clinically as a physician assistant in neurosurgery at multiple hospitals throughout Northwest Indiana for 13 years, and now works for a large urgent care group that has more than 40 clinics throughout Chicagoland and Northern Indiana. He also served as a clinical preceptor for PA and pre-PA students.
- MPAS – Pace University 2019
- B.S. in Physician Assistant Studies – Midwestern University, 2004
- B.A. – Major in psychology, with minor in biology – Indiana University Northwest
- Board certified as a physician assistant through NCCPA – 2004 to present