Welcoming Our New Physician Assistant, Nicole Lytle

LytleWe are so excited to introduce our new Physician Assistant, Nicole Lytle, who joined our team on May 1, 2015. Nicole attended Wesleyan College here in Macon and received her Bachelor of Arts in Biology (pre-med) in 1998. She then earned her Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from South University in 2001. Nicole received her Master of Physician Assistant Studies in Urology two years later from the University of Nebraska Medical School.

Nicole has been a Physician Assistant in the Central Georgia area since 2006, beginning her career in the field at Macon Occupational Medicine. She has since provided care at Cornerstone Medical of Warner Robins, the Medical Center of Central Georgia in Macon, and Apple Care in Warner Robins and Perry. Before moving to Middle Georgia, Nicole served as a Physician’s Assistant and Clinical Manager for Urological Associates of Savannah from 2001 to 2005. She also served as a Physician Assistant for Dooly State Prison in Unadilla from 2005 to 2006.

Nicole is a licensed Physician Assistant in the state of Georgia with DEA privileges, certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA), and a Department of Transportation (DOT) certified medical examiner. She is also certified in ACLS, BLS, PALS, and Advanced Trauma Life Support (audit only), and is a hospice volunteer and certified child grief camp counselor.

Nicole’s wonderful husband works for UPS, and they have four children – Tyler, Cole, Ivy, and Lily. Their family has a dog named Chipper and a cat named Leo. The Lytle’s stay busy with Tyler’s baseball and Ivy’s softball and school activities. They attend Harvest United Methodist church in Warner Robins.

Urologists Participate in Journey for Autism Ride

bike rideDr. Frank Casey and Dr. Brian Geary had a great time this weekend riding to support Central Georgia Autism. The doctors participated in the 33-mile bike ride starting at Sandy Beach Park on Lake Tobesofkee. The 3rd annual Journey Century Ride benefited Central Georgia Autism’s Scholarship Program, which awards up to $500 per child with an autism diagnosis to receive the desired medical necessities. In the last three years, Central Georgia Autism has awarded over $44,000 in scholarships to children affected by Autism in Central Georgia.

We hope you will continue to support this special organization all through the year!