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Very true, I never considered the fact that you wouldn't have a way to document. I've got a long way to go to learn "office" medicine compared to what I do now. Good luck with that, I wish there was an established protocol for this type of thing, I feel like "health screenings" at no cost/low cost would be a great way to open up dialogue with people who need care and improve the public's opinion of healthcare but with the risk to the provider it seems nearly impossible. I wouldn't even mind doing the charts if it meant we could get 1-2 people out of 10 on the right track to preventative care.
From what I heard, you are literally taking the 1st 2 years of medical school didactic. I think on their website they say you are in the same class was medical students so basically take out match year and you have Stanford’s PA program.
Yeah, I should have differentiated Lyme from "Chronic Lyme". Also, cool that you manage DM I. In suburban family medicine, I see no OB, little GYN, little peds and most of that adolescents. When specialists are a 1+ hour drive away, you definitely see a wider scope.