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Arlie Massillon, PA

Physician Assistant located in Mount Vernon, NY & Spring Valley, NY

About Massillon

Arlie Massillon, PA, is a highly trained and experienced physician assistant with a special interest in women’s health and OB/GYN. She practices at Westchester Women’s Medical Healthcare, which has two locations in Mount Vernon and Spring Valley, New York.

Arlie graduated from New York City’s Long Island University in Forte Greene, Brooklyn, where she completed her bachelor’s of science degree in physician assistant studies. She then went on to spend more than 20 years at several hospitals and facilities throughout New York, focusing on internal medicine and OB/GYN. She is licensed and registered in New York state as a physician assistant. 

For more than two decades, she has dedicated herself to providing superior patient care and contributing to the physician assistant profession, participating in policy, procedure and ethics committee activities and taking part in research by obtaining data for the Senior Residents Research Project. Arlie was also selected as one of the first physician assistants to join the OB/GYN department at New York Methodist Hospital. 

Her passion for her work, compassion, and commitment to providing quality care led her to her position at Westchester Women’s Medical Healthcare. She is also bilingual in French Creole and English. When she isn’t helping her patients, Arlie enjoys volunteering at health fairs and doing mission work.


We accept most major health insurance plans including those listed here. If you do not see your insurance listed, please contact us because it is possible that we may be in the process of enrolling or may consider enrolling. All co-payments and deductibles are the responsibility of the patient. For your convenience, we accept cash, debit and credit cards. Checks are not currently accepted.

1199 National Benefit Fund
Beech Street
CenterLight Healthcare
Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield
First Health
Great West
Multiplan PHCS
MVP Health Care