Riverwood Healthcare Center is pleased to announce the addition of Physician Assistant Elizabeth Lilley to its urology care team in Aitkin.
Lilley joins Dr. Brandon Reynolds, Dr. Matthew Watson and Nurse Practitioner Cindy Hauser in providing urological care to patients. Specifically, her role will focus on assisting in robotic surgery, seeing clinic patients and clinic urology procedures.
“Elizabeth brings extensive urological clinical procedure experience to her new role at Riverwood,” said Cindi Baker, Riverwood’s chief operating officer. “Her training as an assistant in robotic surgeries is another huge asset that will benefit urology patient care here. We are thrilled to welcome her to our urology team.”
Lilley attended the University of Washington – MEDEX Northwest, Anchorage, Alaska, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Clinical Health Services in 2020. She has completed biology coursework through University of Nebraska, and an associate degree in Practical Nursing through the Air Force. She has also earned her associate degree in Science and Applied Science for paramedicine in Nebraska.
Lilley began her health care career in 2010 as a paramedic. She has worked in civilian emergency medical services, pediatrics, urgent care, and cardiology. As an Air Force veteran, she spent the majority of her military service in Japan. In 2020, she started a new career as a physician assistant specializing in urology, most recently working in Alaska.
“I want patients to feel heard and a valued part of their medical decision making,” Lilley said.
Away from work, Lilley enjoys spending time with her husband and sons, with whom she participates in various outdoor activities. She also enjoys knitting and crocheting.
For an appointment with Elizabeth Lilley, call Riverwood’s specialty clinic at 218-927-5566.