After nine years of performing liposculpture procedures, Rod Davis no longer practices as a Physician Assistant. As the new Pacific Lipo Practice Administrator, Rod has transitioned his focus onto other various roles involving practice management, surgical coordinating, and overseeing administrative services for our physicians.
Practice Administrator, Rodney Davis, attended Rutgers University for his undergraduate education from 1994 through 1998. He studied in Piscataway, New Jersey, where he worked toward his Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science at Rutgers University. After graduating from Rutgers University, Rod Davis decided to pursue his interest in the human body and rehabilitation medicine by applying to the Physical Therapy program at Touro College in Bay Shore, New York.
After one year in the Physical Therapy program, Rodney Davis decided to pursue his desire to become a Physician Assistant, and enrolled in the Touro College Physician Assistant program where he received a Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant studies in 2002. Upon his graduation, Rodney Davis passed his NCCPA certification exam and immediately accepted a position in emergency medicine as an Urgent Care PA at the Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip, New York. He also worked full time in orthopedic surgery where he assisted with surgical procedures including complex hand surgeries, shoulder and knee arthroscopies, joint replacements, fracture care, and various sports related injuries.
Rod Davis began his training in the performance of outpatient liposculpture procedures in Beverly Hills, California in 2007. From 2010-2016, Rodney Davis held the position of Liposculpture Specialist for Pacific Lipo in San Diego, California. After nine years of performing liposculpture procedures, Rod Davis no longer practices as a Physician Assistant. Pacific Lipo is now transitioning the performance of our surgical procedures to physician surgeons.
As our Pacific Lipo Practice Administrator, Rod has transitioned his focus onto other various roles in practice management services, surgical coordinating, and overseeing administrative non-clinical services.
As an active member of the community, Rod Davis participates in Elijah's Promise Soup Kitchen and supports the American Red Cross as well as the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), among other organizations.