Dr. Booth began his journey into medicine while serving in the US Navy. He served during Operation Desert Storm and then spent several years involved in counter-narcotic operations in Central and South America. He was honorably discharged as a Navy Corpsman 2nd class (HM2-SW) in 1998.

Dr. Booth spent 10 years as a Paramedic working in both urban and rural environments. These years further solidified his natural affinity for emergency medicine. Upon completion of his undergraduate degree from the University of Mississippi, he attended PA school at the University of New England graduating in 2005 with his Master’s degree in Physician Assistant Science (MPAS). Afterward, Dr. Booth entered an Emergency Medicine Residency program at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, which he completed in 2006. Dr. Booth has maintained his NCCPA Certificate of Added Qualifications in Emergency Medicine (CAQ-EM) since 2011. Dr. Booth completed his Doctor of Medical Science (DMS) degree with emphasis in Emergency Medicine from Lincoln Memorial University in 2022.

Over the past 18 years, Dr. Booth has gained experience in large academic ER’s as well as smaller critical access facilities. He was also the owner of a Minor Medical Clinic from 2013-2018. Since that time, he has enjoyed traveling and seeking out opportunities that allow PA’s to operate at the highest level of the license. Currently, he covers two critical access ER’s in rural Maine as a solo ER provider.

Dr. Booth was invited to join the CBU team in 2019 where he remains as an Assistant Professor and clinical education faculty member. He teaches Emergency Medicine and Procedures Lab. In his spare time, Dr. Booth enjoys traveling with his family and reading military history.


  • BS, Chemistry/Biology, University of Mississippi, 2002
  • MSPAS, University of New England, Portland, ME, 2005
  • Emergency Medicine Physician Assistant Residency, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, 2006