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Molly Grassman, PA-C



Bachelor’s Degree
Neuroscience, Muskingum University

Master’s Degree
Physician Assistant Studies, Midwestern University


National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA)



Molly Grassman, PA-C has practiced as a physician assistant in Arizona since 2013. She has experience with a broad spectrum of hematologic disorders, including benign and malignant blood and bone marrow findings, such as abnormal blood counts, iron deficiency, lymphoma, leukemia, and multiple myeloma. Molly also has experience with solid tumor cancers like breast, colorectal, lung, prostate, and gastrointestinal cancers. Molly is active in healthcare education and has written several articles for local publications on cancer-related topics, health, and wellness. She has also participated in a community lecture series where she spoke to small groups about fitness, caregiver burnout, and palliative care.


Molly began her journey in the healthcare field after working with a physician assistant to recover from a sports injury in college. She saw firsthand the benefits of spending time with patients, creating relationships, and making them feel comfortable during a challenging time in their lives. She believes patient care should be multi-faceted, especially in the oncology field. To her, the healthcare team is there not only to treat the disease, but also to help the patient and their family members navigate emotional and social challenges. Molly’s goal is to create an environment where patients feel safe, respected, and heard, so they can achieve their goals through shared decision-making and open discussions.


Molly has lived in Arizona for over a decade and enjoys being able to spend most of the year being active outside. She is an avid runner and has completed several marathons with her husband. She has two young daughters who keep her busy and on her toes! In her free time, she volunteers at Pima Animal Care Center. She currently has two shelter rescues of her own.

  • Association of Physician Assistants in Oncology (APAO)
  • American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA)