Dr. Patrick Ellison

Dr. Patrick Ellison
I was born in St. Charles, MO and raised in Springfield, MO. After finishing my internship and residency, I served with the United States Air Force Medical Corp. I came to Paducah in 2001 to practice urology and joined Mercy Health in 2016. I am certified by the American Board of Urology. I reside in Paducah with my wife and four children. I enjoy family and spending time on my farm.
Medical School:

University of Missouri Columbia


Indiana University Medical Center


Missouri State University, Springfield MO

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