Adam Herth, PA-C, is a native of Mount Washington, Kentucky. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Science from Morehead State University, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude. He then furthered his studies at the University of Kentucky Physician Assistant Studies Program, where he obtained his Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant Studies.
Adam enjoyed learning and training alongside his fellow classmates, and he also served as a physiology tutor to a lower cohort of students. He was elected by the faculty of his program to receive the Physician Assistant Studies Award for the most outstanding student at the Morehead campus. During his time at UK, he was elected as the Vice President of the Joseph Hamburg Student Society, which served to represent the student body and meet the needs of the students in the Physician Assistant Studies Program.
During his clinical and surgical training, Adam was selected to the “Norton 10,” which was a group of students selected to perform their clinical rotations within Norton Healthcare. He was chosen to serve as the Student Member of the Norton Healthcare / University of Kentucky Physician Assistant Program Advisory Committee. In this role, Adam collaborated with medical professionals, college faculty, and Norton Healthcare leadership in an effort to maximize the student and preceptor experience during clinical rotations, as well as promote the Physician Assistant profession.