Tiffany M. Moglia, PA-C

Physician Assistant

Medical Secretary

Tracy Henry

Tiffany M. Moglia, PA-C

I chose to do my undergraduate studies in biology and chemistry at St. Joseph’s College in Maine to pursue my interest in the medical field. After learning more about Physician Assistants and their roles as practitioners, I began my path towards a PA program. I worked at MGH in clinical research in neuro-oncology before attending MCPHS in Manchester, NH for my PA studies.

Since graduating in 2010, I worked for Newton-Wellesley Hospital in Orthopaedics where my responsibilities were based in the OR and in the hospital. I left the inpatient arena for a short time from 2012 – 2015 to gain experience in outpatient Orthopaedics at New England Orthopaedics in Peabody, MA as well as to be closer to home.

I was born and raised in Lynn, MA and am a current resident. I am fortunate to have joined Excel Orthopaedics in 2015 where I am able to remain close to my family and friends as well as return to my interest in orthopaedic surgery and inpatient orthopaedics.

  • St. Joseph’s College, BS Biology 2008
  • MCPHS, MS Physician Assistant Studies 2010
  • American Academy of Physician Assistants 2009
  • National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants 2010
COVID-19 Update

As the Coronavirus situation remains ever-changing, the safety of our patients and employees remains our top priority.

  • We have returned to normal business hours and are currently seeing patients in our office for ALL orthopaedic medical appointments as well as Physical & Occupational Therapy appointments. 
  • We are still offering Televisits as an option for your care.
  • We want to assure you we are maintaining strict safety guidelines in regard to sanitation of our office and social distancing guidelines as outlined by the MA Dept. of Public Health and the CDC. Please read this updated letter to our patients for further details.

We will continue to provide updates on our website and on our Facebook page. Thank you for your patience, trust and understanding during this challenging time. Be well and stay safe!