Maridi Rodil, MPAS, PA-C is nationally certified and licensed by the Colorado Medical Board to practice as a Physician Assistant. Maridi works alongside Dr. Michael McCracken at McCracken Eye and Face Institute and specializes in Oculoplastic Surgery and Aesthetics.Her scope of practice includes surgical first assist in the operating room, managing patients’ pre-operative as well as post-operative care and performing aesthetic procedures – to include injections, laser procedures and radiofrequency treatments.
Maridi completed her undergraduate education at the University of Colorado in Denver where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Upon completion of her undergraduate degree, Maridi worked as a Trauma Surgery Researcher and co-authored several peer-reviewed journal articles. Maridi’s desire to further her education led her to the distinguished military Interservice Physician Assistant Program (IPAP) where she earned a Master of Physician Assistant Studies from the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Maridi’s dual passion for surgery and aesthetic medicine is evident in her dedication to achieving the best desired outcomes for her patient. Her calm yet jovial demeanor allow for a patient-centered approach, with the goal of truly understanding the patients’ concerns and expectations. Maridi places great emphasis on delivering beautiful resultscombined withrefining the patient’s natural beauty.
In addition to her career as an Oculoplastic Surgery PA, Maridi is also currently serving as a Physician Assistant and Captain in the Colorado Army National Guard. She has over 15 years of military service, including two military deployments overseas.
Her professional memberships include the American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA) and Colorado Academy of Physician Assistants (CAPA).
In her spare time, Maridi and her husband Nick can be found exploring the great outdoors, hiking one of Colorado’s trails and 14ers, or hopping on a plane to their next travel destination.