Jaime Manning, PA-C
Certifications + Licenses
NCCPA Certified Physician Assistant
Advanced Wilderness Life Support
Pediatric Advanced Life Support
AMGA Single Pitch Instructor
B.A. Exercise Physiology | West Virginia University
M.S. Clinical Medical Sciences/Physician Assistant Studies |Barry University
Adult & Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery
Emergency Medicine & Urgent Care
Alpine Skiing & Snowboarding
Whitewater Rafting & Kayaking
Always fascinated by the potential of human bodies and how they allow us to move and do extraordinary things, Jaime began studying exercise physiology in college and soon realized that geeking out on connective tissues and bones was going to be a big part of her life. She went on to become a Physician Assistant and has experience in outpatient urgent care, emergency medicine, and orthopedics. She has worked at a level one trauma center and has eight years of experience at two teaching hospitals. She currently works at the Shriners Hospital for Children in Salt Lake City, specializing in pediatric orthopedic surgery.
Beyond the work of treating fractures and musculoskeletal diagnoses, Jaime is heavily involved with several adaptive programs and camps sponsored by the hospital. One program, the ‘Unlimbited' program, brings together adolescents from around the country with limb deficiencies and amputations for week-long camps that focus on whitewater rafting and skiing/snowboarding. Jaime participates as a medical provider and as a counselor for the camps. She has a passion for teaching and for encouraging. Jaime also travels several times each year to locations within and outside the US with medical and humanitarian teams, many of which she has been the lead medical provider.
Jaime grew up amidst the rolling hills of West Virginia. At a young age she was introduced to rock climbing and whitewater rafting. Stunning rock walls and fast-moving rivers have been her happy place ever since. She now resides in Utah, but the mere thought of the Appalachians will get her teary-eyed any day. In her free time, you can find her climbing, whitewater kayaking, skiing, running in the mountains, backpacking, and, well - the list goes on. Nothing brings her more joy than human connection, wild places, and learning. The ability to combine her medical knowledge with her passion for the outdoors also brings her a great deal of joy. She is honored to be a part of the BP team.