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Cosette Audirac


Physician assistant
Reader who loves cooking, travel and nature

Cosette Audirac is a physician assistant who cares for children receiving treatments for head and neck conditions in the hospital, emergency room or clinic. Her particular interests include ankyloglossia, or tongue-tie (a congenital condition in which the tongue's range of motion is limited); head and neck masses; and sleep-disordered breathing. She has a passion for overcoming health disparities and seeks to provide culturally competent care to Spanish-speaking patients and their families.

Audirac earned her master of physician assistant studies degree and master of public health degree at Touro University California. She has a bachelor's degree in neurobiology, physiology and behavior as well as a bachelor's degree in comparative literature from the University of California, Davis.

In her free time, Audirac enjoys reading, cooking, traveling and being out in nature. She gets "in the zone" – her happy place – when salsa dancing.

  • Education

    Touro University California, MS, Physician Assistant Studies, 2013

    Touro University California, MPH, 2013

  • Languages


I've wanted to work in pediatrics since I was a kid. Gaining a child's trust is an honor, so their well-being is my priority.

Where I see patients (2)

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