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Katrina A. Johnson, PA-C

St. Luke's Health Partner


Accepting new patients
No Referral Required

Facilities & Clinics

Conditions & Treatments

  • Orthopedic Surgery
  • Orthopedics

About Katrina A. Johnson


Kati Johnson, PA-C is a physician assistant supporting orthopedic and sports medicine surgeon, Dr. Michael Curtin, focusing on conditions and injuries of the shoulder and knee. She sees patients in the clinic and assists during surgeries. She loves helping patients get back to the activities they love.

Kati earned a bachelor's degree in health science from Boise State University and a bachelor's degree in physician assistant studies from Long Island University. In her free time, Kati enjoys outdoor adventures and spending time with her family and dogs.

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Awards & Distinctions

2009 - Program Director's Award, given to the physician assistant student with the highest cumulative GPA.

2009 - Peer Award, selected by classmates and given to the physician assistant student they would most trust to care for a family member or loved one.

2009 - Stanley S. Bergen, Jr. Award, given to the student who received the highest overall evaluations from their clinical preceptors during the clinical year.

2009 - Pi Alpha Honor Society, signifies significant academic achievement and recognizes leadership, research, and community/professional service.

 2009 - Alpha Eta Honor Society, promoting and recognizing significant scholarship, exceptional leadership, and contributions to the allied health professions.