Hope Maromonte, MPAS, PA-C

  • Physician Assistant

Hope Maromonte, MPAS, PA-C, attended the University of Mount Union from 1997-2001, earning a bachelor of science degree in biology. She worked as a neurophysiology technologist from 2002-06, performing intraoperative monitoring during neurosurgical procedures at hospitals throughout western Pennsylvania. She attended Chatham University’s physician assistant program from 2006-08, graduating with a master’s degree in physician assistant studies. Upon graduation, she joined the University of Pittsburgh Department of Neurological Surgery in 2008. 

Hope worked in the operating room as a surgical PA and performed inpatient care for the first eight years of her career as a PA. More recently, she moved to the outpatient clinic where she works with the spine division.

Board Certifications

National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants 

Hospital Privileges

UPMC Presbyterian
UPMC Shadyside

Professional Organization Membership

American Academy of Physician Assistants
Pennsylvania Society of Physician Assistants

Education & Training

  • BS, Biology, University of Mount Union, 2001
  • MPAS, Physician Assistant Studies, Chatham University, 2008

Selected Publications

Kretz E, Khattar N, Maromonte H, Abla A. Graft Options in Spinal Fusion Surgery: An Update. Contemporary Neurosurgery 38(12), 2016. 

Khattar N, Parry P, Agarwal N, George H, Kretz E,  Larkin T,  Gruen G. Abla A. Total Hip Arthroplasty Complicated by a Gluteal Hematoma Resulting in Acute Foot Drop. Orthopedics 34(2), 2016.

Khattar N, Zussman B, Agarwal N, George H, Abla A. Use of Omnipaque Intraoperative Dye in the Surgical Treatment of Pan-Spinal Epidural Abscess. Oper Neurosurg 11(3), 2015.

Khattar N, Kretz E, Larkin T, Ferrando L, George H, Abla A. Management of Spinal Epidural Abscess. Contemporary Neurosurgery 37(1), 2015.