Thomas Beltz, PA


Master of Science: University of Hartford
Bachelor of Arts: Lake Erie College

A graduate of Hiram College, Lake Erie College and the University of Hartford, Thomas Beltz has been practicing medicine since he became a physician assistant in 1982. Thomas has a real passion for caring for Urgent Care patients and especially loves treating children. After spending many summers working as a camp counselor in college, he knew he wanted to keep working with children. “I realized that becoming an advanced practitioner would allow me to help children in many different ways,” he explains. His desire to work with infants and children also led him to expand his knowledge of neonatology and pediatrics in his practice. As a physician assistant, Thomas strives to gain respect and trust with each of his patients, often using a little humor. He finds that learning as much about a patient as he can helps assist in arriving at the correct treatment plan. Thomas is also a strong believer in involving the patient in all aspects of their care. When out of the office, Thomas likes to participate in outdoor activities such as camping, kayaking and biking. He also enjoys volunteering for the Worcester Medical Reserve Corps and being a clinical preceptor for students in the physician assistant program at Northeastern University.