Brian Mabry, PA-C, MPAS, was born in Ohio, where he lived the majority of his life. For the first 20 years of his adult life, he worked in public safety, first as a 911 dispatcher, then as a firefighter/paramedic. In 2007, he desired to extend his scope and knowledge of medicine and earned a B.S. in Human Biology, graduating Cum Laude, at Kettering College in Dayton, OH. He then attended Kettering College’s Physician Assistant program, where he was class president and graduated with honors in 2012.
Upon graduating from P.A. school and obtaining his board certification, he worked first for an inner-city family practice in Dayton, OH, then accepted an opportunity at an urgent care in the city. Following his long-time goal to live in the Pacific Northwest, he joined a family practice in a role that also served the local emergency department, rural access hospital and attached nursing home, all through the community-based hospital.
Brian recently moved to Spokane and enjoys the family medicine practice environment due to the variety of patients and diseases. He is a big advocate for health prevention and wellness, and addressing the patient needs as whole person care.
Brian and his fiancée Angie enjoy camping, hiking, being “foodies” and exploring the northwest U.S.