Scott Biter, MSHS, PA-C is the Founding Director of Clinical Education of the Physician Assistant Program in the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance at Ithaca College. He has recently transitioned to academia from a 15 year clinical career in many areas of PA service including Federally Funded Community Health Centers, Orthopedics and Orthopedic Trauma at a Level 1 Trauma Center, Reconstructive Plastic Surgery, General Surgery and Surgical Hospitalist, Critical Care Medicine, and Rural Primary Care. After first becoming a Certified Athletic Trainer (ATC) with a BS Sports Medicine and Psychobiology from Lynchburg College (now Univ of Lynchburg), he obtained his MS in Exercise Science: Exercise Physiology from the University of South Carolina. He then attended The George Washington University as a National Health Service Corps Scholar and graduated as a MSHS Physician Assistant in 2004.
After graduation he served as a Nation Health Service Corp Scholar PA for over 5 years with underserved and disadvantaged populations at Community Health Centers in North Kingstown, Rhode Island and Raleigh, North Carolina.
In addition to his clinical career, Scott has also been a local youth sports coach with experience in basketball, soccer and softball, and holds and NYS Coaching License to coach high school softball. Despite all of this, he views his greatest accomplishment and role in life as being a husband and father to his 3 daughters. His passion for empowerment, truth, and resilience fuels his servant leadership style to inspire greatness in all those around him.