Jada Dillner, PA-C, graduated from NC State where she obtained her bachelors of science in human biology with minors in nutrition and psychology. She completed PA school at Campbell University. Jada did her clinical rotations in the greater Wilmington area where she completed an extra rotation in pediatric surgery. It was on her pediatric surgery rotation that Jada first met Dr. Sherry Ross and her interest in Pediatric Urology was born!
Jada is a board-certified physician assistant. She first assists in the surgical reconstruction of complex congenital abnormalities of the genitourinary tract (hypospadias, vesicoureteral reflux, cryptorchidism, obstruction of the urinary tract, intersex, exstrophy) and manages general pediatric urological conditions including urinary incontinence and nocturnal enuresis. Jada also provides urological care for children with kidney stone disease, spina bifida, neoplasms of the genitourinary tract and provides consultation services for fetal uropathies. She will be joining the UNC multidisciplinary spina bifida clinic where she will work with a team of physicians to meet all medical needs for these special patients.
Jada will also be the provider you will see in our pediatric urodynamics suite, and she will have clinics to increase access for patients who need pediatric urology care. She has been trained by the pediatric faculty to conduct, read and interpret urodynamics and has worked extensively with the entire pediatric urology team to learn the intricacies of managing the pediatric urology patient.
NCCPA Board certified physician assistant
Undergraduate: North Carolina State University
Masters in Physician Assistant Practice: Campbell University