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​Marc & Sonja Raciti

​​​Education


Undergraduate: University of Texas
Advanced Degree: University of Nebraska Medical Center
Residency: Womack Army Community Hospital




M Raciti, Changing Medical Civil Action Programs in the Horn of Africa 2012 Asia-Pacific Military Medical Conference

Perez NM, Raciti MC. A ten-year-old male presenting with bilateral postaxial polydactyly in Ethiopia: a case report. Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants, June 2011

Research & Experience

Accolades













2012 - Recognized by the Surgeon General of the Royal Thai Army for presentation at the Asia-Pacific Military Medicine Conference
2012 - CPT Sean Grimes award for outstanding Physician Assistant Preceptor

2009 - Certificate of Appreciation from Africa Contingency Operations Training and Assistance (ACOTA)
2007-  Was awarded a Bronze star and Combat Medical Badge
1997 - Coin for Excellence in leadership by General R. Ursone, Assistant Surgeon General


​ Bronze star, Meritorious Service Medal, (1OCL), Army Commendation Medal (4 OCL), Army Achievement Medal (2 OCL), Army Good Conduct Medal, National Defense 1 Bronze star, Kosovo Service Campaign Medal, South West Asia (3 Bronze Stars), Kuwait Liberation Medal, Defense of Saudi Arabia Medal, Global War on Terrorism Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, NCO Professional Development Ribbon, NATO Medal, Overseas Service Ribbon, Army Service Ribbon and Aviation Crewmember Badge, Combat action badge, 

Combat Medical Badge.  

Marc Raciti is a retired Army Major who is trained as an orthopedic physicians assistant (PA).  He enlisted in the Army 1989 and served in Desert Storm, Operation Kosovo, OEF and OIF.  


Marc first enlisted as a clerk typist and rapidly found his niche assisting with translation due to being multilingual (is fluent in Spanish, Frensh, German and Italian). 


During his military career, he completed his physician assistant residency in orthopedics from Womack Army Community Hospital in North Carolina. He received his Master of Science degree in Physician Assistant studies from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and obtained his bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas in San Antonio. 

Marc served in the United States of Army caring for fellow soldiers as a Civil Affairs Medical Officer, Battalion Physician Assistant and Division Surgeon. In addition, he cared for rotating soldiers at the National Training Center at the Weed Army Hospital in California and Brook Army Medical Center in Texas.