Caroline Mroz, MHS, PA-C

Candidate for Director at Large


My name is Caroline and I am a New England native. I completed my by undergraduate degree in Biopsychology at Wagner College. I worked extensively in health care while residing in New York City prior to earning my Master’s degree in Physician Assistant studies at Quinnipiac University in 2019. As a graduate student at QU, I had a special interest in volunteering and promoting access to healthcare in underserved communities through the Urban Service Track and Migrant Farm Clinic. I currently work full-time in spine surgery for a multi-specialty orthopedic group servicing northeastern Connecticut, where I also reside. However, I also continue to work part-time covering neurosurgery out of Waterbury. As a PA, I am excited by the opportunity to start working with ConnAPA in order to advocate for issues regarding our practice both within the state of Connecticut and nationally. Outside of work, I enjoy biking along the Farmington Canal Heritage Trail, hiking, and traveling.

Platform Statement

To volunteer my time on behalf of PAs regarding PA practice and legislature, educate others regarding the PA profession, and enhance volunteer opportunities for PAs and PA students across the state.