Physician Assistant California License - NPDB self-query
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by /u/pa_c121
10h ago
Hi, for those who applied for their california license, do you know if the california pa board will accept the self-query report electronically through "practitioner direct"? Or will they only accept the paper self-query report where NPDB paper mails it to you and then you have to keep it sealed and mail it to the CA PA Board? There was conflicting info on the website. Thanks! submitted by /u/pa_c121 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Feel Deflated
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by /u/mamba_baby
22h ago
I work in a small private practice, Im the first PA to work at the practice. I do a great job explaining things to patients, taking the time to make the office visit a little more personable. The moment when a patient says "Am I going to be seeing the doctor today" I just feel so deflated. This is has been happening a lot, and Im not sure if it's me or the patient population who is so used to just seeing the MD. Ive been working here for 6 months now. I have been a PA for 5 years now, and I just feel like what is the point if I'm here to help people, but they just don't want to listen to me ..read more
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Looking for advice
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by /u/Tough-Breakfast4528
22h ago
Hi all! I’m debating attempting to find a new job. I’ve been at my current job as an EM PA for 2.5 months and it hasn’t been what I expected. It’s a supportive environment, however I don’t think this is the specialty for me. This is my first job out of PA school and I’m scared that it’ll look bad if I leave before a year is up. I graduated one year ago and had to deal with family stuff which is why it took so long for me to find a job. The family stuff is still ongoing and it’s affecting how well I’m working and I find myself breaking down at work sometimes. I’m concerned that I’m going to be ..read more
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Newish-grad offer
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by /u/Grykllx
22h ago
Just got offered a job for a rural health walk-in clinic/urgent care position, LCOL area. Salary is 110k, $10k sign on bonus. Yearly bonus worth up to $10k based on certain metrics such department meeting attendance, training compliance, patient surgery’s, a quarterly wRVU bonus, basic health insurance, dental, vision, 401k match up to 4%. 4 10s a week 7-5pm with average of 10pts in summer up to 20-25 in winter with double coverage on Monday/Friday/Saturday. Malpractice covered, $3000 of CME, 4 weeks PTO. Sounds like a decent offer? submitted by /u/Grykllx [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Inpatient Cardiology - wRVU questions for new grad
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by /u/Ok_PA24
22h ago
I am being offered an inpatient cardiology position as a new grad. I have a very basic understanding of wRVUs. My yearly bonus sets in for wRVU when I hit 2700. It's based on the 2020 numbers for the RVU. Is that feasible in an inpatient setting? I guess what does that equate to as far as patients/day? I would also be in charge of treadmill stress tests 2-3 days/ week. Usually only 3 of those per day. Other than that I round at the hospital. Any insight? Thanks! submitted by /u/Ok_PA24 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Contract Review Lawyer in CA?
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by /u/narcnemesis
22h ago
Considering a new small private practice job in California, specifically the SF Bay Area. Does anyone have recommendations for a lawyer who’s familiar with local laws for contract review? Thanks in advance! submitted by /u/narcnemesis [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Good study resources for critical care?
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by /u/Low_Quarter_5457
22h ago
Hey Y'all! Any critical care PAs out there have some advice for good resources to study before I start my critical care job? I graduated in May and I will be starting my job in a 36 bed ICU in October/November. I'm looking for good apps, books, podcasts, pretty much anything to help me get ready/have good resources! submitted by /u/Low_Quarter_5457 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Psych PAs in HCOL area (like NYC)
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by /u/Gregpahl97
22h ago
What are your hours and how much do you make ? Going to be graduating soon and highly debating going into psyc . TYIA submitted by /u/Gregpahl97 [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Best scar cream for facial/lip laceration
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by /u/ChikenNuggetNinja
22h ago
Dermatology/surgical PAs what’s your go to OTC scar cream? submitted by /u/ChikenNuggetNinja [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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Should I negotiate this?
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by /u/varietygreenbean
22h ago
Hi all! Quick question about negotiating- new grad with an offer for inpatient internal medicine nocturnist, 7 on 7 off in a medium sized city. Offer is $140,000, 10% annual bonus, monthly student loan stipend and it's a PSLF qualifying center. Malpractice with tail, good insurance plan. What all should I be asking for when negotiating the contract? I'm afraid to ask for too much and lose the offer. submitted by /u/varietygreenbean [visit reddit] [comments ..read more
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