Physician Assistant


Hannah earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Genetics from Texas A&M University then worked in academic medicine researching hereditary links of various lung diseases before returning to graduate school.  In 2015, Hannah completed her Master of Physician Assistant Studies at University of North Texas Health Science Center and was inducted in to Pi Alpha, the PA national honor society.

After receiving her board certification from the NCCPA, she became a Breast Surgical Oncology PA at UT Southwestern in Dallas and in January 2020, she joined Breast Reconstruction Associates, where she continues to provide comprehensive care for breast cancer and high risk breast disease patients.

Hannah takes pride in providing compassionate care for all her patients and enjoys walking each of them through their entire journey as a breast cancer survivor.  She enjoys working with her entire reconstructive team to rebuild a positive body image and restoring a healthy lifestyle for every patient.

Outside of work, she enjoys spending time with her family, which often involves spoiling her nephews and niece, reading, playing softball, and cooking.