Sixtus Atabong, PA (Physician Assistant)
Sixtus Z. Atabong is the practice manager and physician assistant for Grace Clinic Spine Care Center.
Sixtus holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Clinical Laboratory Sciences and a Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies, both from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.
Sixtus is the founder of Purpose Medical Mission, a non-profit organization with its main objective to develop a bridge of medical assistance to severely medically underserved regions around the world. He is a recipient of numerous local, national and international awards for his leadership and humanitarian work, including the 2019 Texas Outstanding Physician Assistant of the Year, the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Presidential Distinguished Alumni Award and the American Red Cross Hero Award.
Sixtus is the author of the bestselling book, My Father’s Gift. Since publication, My Father’s Gift has received two major national awards: The Benjamin Franklin Gold Award of Excellence and The Nautilus Book Award.
Sixtus’ goals in life have been achieved through faith and self-determination. He enjoys traveling the world with his family and learning about different cultures.
To learn more about Sixtus visit www.sixtusatabong.com