Sean O'Neill, PA-C, was interested in the medical field as a child. Once he went to college, he decided he wanted to become a physician assistant. Sean started his career in family medicine before switching to cardiology, which he found to be very rewarding. He knew at that point he was going to dedicate his life to practicing cardiology. The biggest influence in Sean's life were his parents and his entire family, who helped shape his life and supported his path.
Sean gets excited to come to work every day because cardiology is unpredictable. There are always new patients and problems to solve, and he finds great satisfaction in managing it all.
Sean has special interest in all cardiac diseases and patient education. He has participated in a wide variety of volunteer opportunities including teaching Western Michigan University (WMU) physician assistant students, serving as past president on a local chapter of the American Heart Association and Boy Scouts of America. He continues to precept physician assistants and nurse practitioner students at Bronson along with WMU Home Stryker M.D. School of Medicine residents.
In his free time, Sean enjoys family activities, golf, gardening and spectator sports (especially baseball and football). He's passionate about the Pittsburg Steelers, Detroit Lions, and Detroit Tigers.