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Wallace Boeve

Job Title

  • Program Director
    Physician Assistant (M.S.), Graduate School

Started at Bethel

March 2012


  • Grand Valley State University - B.S. in Biomedical Sciences, 1994
  • Baylor College of Medicine - M.S. in Physician Assistant, 1997
  • Eastern Michigan University - Ed.D. in Educational Leadership and Administration, 2007

Areas of expertise

Professional practice issues of physician assistants, physician assistant faculty job satisfaction, physician assistant reimbursement and legislative issues.


Wally Boeve has extensive experience both as a practicing physician assistant and as an academician. Prior to coming to Bethel, he served as department chair and program director of physician assistant studies in the College of Health Professions at Grand Valley State University in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He continues to work clinically in urgent care as a PA with background work in rural family medicine, occupational medicine, urgent care, and inpatient psychiatry. Boeve has also served in health-related activities in state and national PA leadership positions, currently serving on the executive board of the Minnesota Academy of Physician Assistants.

Courses Taught

Wally Boeve assists in a number of the lab courses, as well as co-instructs the evidence-based medicine courses.


Wally Boeve has obtained PA education and PA professional awards, including a number of grants totaling over $2 million from Federal, State, education, and foundation sources.