Marion M. Weich, PA-C
To work in concert with a physician as a clinical partner to ensure the best possible care to patients. My areas of interest include the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of patients in the areas of gastroenterology and hepatology in the hospital and clinic settings.
EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
Academic Physician Assistant Fellowship, Midwestern University, August 2015
AASLD 2007 Hepatology Fellowship, Mayo Clinic Phoenix Campus
Physician Assistant, Midwestern University (Summa Cum Laude), June 2006
High School Principal Certification, ASU, December 1996
Master of Educational Administration, ASU, December 1993
Biochemistry, Bachelor of Arts Degree (with Distinction), U of A, May 1987
2015 Midwestern University Academic Fellowship Recipient
2007 American Association for the Study of Liver Disease Fellowship Recipient
Salutatorian, Midwestern University Physician Assistant Program, June 2007
Outstanding Teacher, Tandy Technology
Phi Beta Kappa
Phi Kappa Phi
U of A Dean’s List, College of Science, 1982-1987
MEDICAL FIELD EXPERIENCE
Gastroenterology and Hepatology Physician Assistant (Hospital/Clinic), 2007- Present
Adjunct Faculty, Midwestern University Physician Assistant Program 2016- Present
Hepatology Fellowship, Mayo Clinic Scottsdale Campus 2007-2008
Family Practice Physician Assistant 2006-2007
Marion Weich joined Scottsdale Gastroenterology in 2018. She is NCCPA Certified and has both clinical and hospital expertise in both hepatology and gastroenterology.
She completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Biochemistry from University of Arizona in 1987. After obtaining this degree, Marion enjoyed teaching Honors and AP Chemistry to high school students and chemistry and biology to nursing students for 13 years. She then decided to obtain her Physician Assistant degree from Midwestern University, and was her class’ salutatorian. Marion was awarded and completed a fellowship at the Mayo Clinic. She also was awarded and completed an academic fellowship at Midwestern University, where she continues to lecture on gastroenterology and hepatology.
Outside of the office, Marion enjoys running half marathons, traveling, reading books and spending time with her husband, two grown daughters and two dachshunds.