Noah Keegan, PA-C
Noah collaborates with Dr. Patrick Denard, focusing on shoulder related injuries.
Noah grew up in central Maine sailing schooners along the rocky Maine coast. For his undergraduate studies he attended Boston University. He continued his education to become a nationally certified paramedic working outside of Boston. Looking to broaden his medical skills, he attended the University of Utah Physician Assistant Program, a U.S. News and World Report top 10 ranked, Physician Assistant Program since 2004.
Noah joined Dr. Denard’s practice in 2013. He enjoys the combination of learning, teaching, and providing the most up to date, research driven, medical care to Southern Oregon. As well as the adventure and challenge of being a member of a high functioning team.
Noah has been invited to instruct at The Cowboy Way: Advanced Shoulder Arthroscopy Meetings. He is a member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, the Oregon Society of Physician Assistants, as well as Physician Assistants in Orthopedic Surgery.
In his spare time Noah tries to improve his open water swimming skills. As this effort typically finds him on the bottom of the pool, he sticks to playing at water parks, making up scavenger hunts, and triathlons with his wife and two young boys.