Alexander Kaye, PA-C was born and raised in Southern California, spending much of his time in and around the greater Los Angeles area. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Arizona, where he received a bachelor’s degree in psychology and health before returning home to Southern California to work at the City of Hope in their Diabetes Research Institute for five years. After being listed as a co-author on several papers, Alexander was admitted into the Western University of Health Sciences, where he completed his master’s degree in physician assistant studies.
Following graduation, Alexander spent a year working in the emergency department of an LA-area hospital where he gained a myriad of experience, including in the initial evaluation and treatment of orthopedic maladies. It was Alexander's work here that reignited his passion for orthopedics and led him to his current position at SCOI, where he works with Dr. Paul Simic as a certified physician assistant in the Thousand Oaks, Simi Valley, and Van Nuys clinics.
As an orthopedic physician assistant, Alexander is able to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal issues, order and interpret imaging and laboratory studies, formulate treatment plans, prescribe medications, and perform various types of injections.
Outside of the clinic, Alexander enjoys spending time with his family and friends and participate in a variety of activities including playing basketball, volleyball, and hiking nearby trails.