Physician Assistant Steven Johnson works with the doctors at MANA Urgent Care on College Avenue in Fayetteville to provide compassionate, quality urgent care to patients and families in Northwest Arkansas. PA Johnson is a certified physician assistant and has a doctorate in medical science.
Prior to joining MANA, Johnson worked in Orthopedic Surgery in Northwest Arkansas since 2012. He trained as an Emergency Medical Technician in Arizona and volunteered on medical missions in Nicaragua and in Africa. Before his medical training, Johnson served in the Air Force, where he received an Air Force Commendation Medal for exemplary aerial port operations and an Air Force Achievement Medal for exemplary service in Iraq.
PA Johnson is also a Clinical Preceptor at UAMS and at Harding PA Programs and an Assistant Professor with the School of PA Studies at Arkansas Colleges of Health Education in Ft. Smith.
Johnson is an active volunteer with the Washington County Search & Rescue K9 Team. He and his wife Brooke, a Registered Nurse, have three children. Johnson likes to fish, camp, and follow Razorback sports.
- Basic Life Support
- Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support
- Doctorate in Medical Science
- University of Lynchburg, Lynchburg, Virginia
- Master of Science
- Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, South Carolina
- Bachelor of Science
- University of Arkansas, Fayetteville
- Urgent Care