Born and raised in Buffalo New York, Jeila completed her Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies at Daemen College in 2013 and is a nationally board-certified Physician Assistant by the NCCPA.
She began her career in Internal Medicine, employed as a full-time provider in a fast-paced primary care office in Williamsville, New York. After about two years of practicing, she decided to move across the coast to seek more opportunities. She began working as a full-time Pain Management Physician Assistant in January 2015. She is proficient in managing a wide range of patients suffering from both acute and chronic pain, encompassing industrial and non-industrial injuries.
Outside of IPM, Jeila is also currently an instructor for the statewide Controlled Substance Course for Physician Assistants in Northern California. This course involves training for Physician Assistants regarding the regulation of opiates, the pathophysiology of pain, and appropriate dosing/guidelines of pain medications.
In her free time, Jeila enjoys running, singing, and spending time with her Corgi named Roya. She also has a strong passion for traveling and learning from other cultures around the world.