Pamela received an Associate in Applied Science degree from Morton Junior College in 1977. Her clinical practice has been in the area of long-term care, outpatient and acute care clinics. She joined the PTA Program in 1980, leaving in 1990 to work for 2 years in a Health & Wellness clinic. She returned to the program in 1992.
Ms. Wilmouth is a member of the APTA and has served as an on-site accreditation team member. She is currently a faculty assistant in the following PTA Courses: Patient Handling Techniques (PTA 1010), PT Intervention Techniques I (PTA 1020), and PT Intervention Techniques II (PTA 1160). She has actively taught CIL 1500 since it's inception.
Pam's position in the DPT program is primarily in the area of Clinical Education. As the Clinical Education Faculty Assistant, she currently works 20 hours a week with Mary Weddle and MarySue Ingman, clinical coordinators for the DPT Program. She continues to work 20 hrs/week teaching in the PTA Program as a Faculty Assistant.
Through her involvement in the community, she serves as a valuable role model for students. She is active in her community as a block leader, a member of the refugee committee through the Minnesota Council of Churches, has participated in Habitat for Humanity and has refurbished homes with Urban Homeworks.