Tio Livingston, PA-C, immigrated from Jamaica, West Indies to the United States. Soon after, he enlisted into the Army as an EMT/Combat medic where he completed a 14-month tour of duty to Iraq. This life altering event heightened his interest in medicine, so upon completion of his deployment, he attended and successfully complete the Army's License Practical Nursing program and was later reassigned to the 121st Combat Support Hospital, Seoul Korea. While on his 3 years overseas assignment, Mr. Livingston enhanced his medical knowledge and skill in areas such as OB/GYN, general surgery, primary care and occupational health medicine. Tio never lost his zeal for knowledge advancement, so upon completion his service commitment to the military, Mr. Livingston successfully completed Quinnipiac University's Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing and soon after his Masters in Medical Science in Physician Assistant studies at Salus University, Elkins Park, PA. Although he is a recent graduate, Mr. Livingston has over 10 years of medical experience caring for military members and their families and hopes to transfer this knowledge to the private sector with the same passion for service. In his free time, Mr. Livingston enjoys watching movies and spending time with his wife (Rebecca) and son (Graham).