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  1. I was offered a new job working in OBGYN and am contemplating switching. however, it would be with lower pay as the job is salary not hourly and would need to work occasional weekend a my per diem for OT. Any OBGYN PAs have any insight on whether they loved or hated it?
  2. My first job is in NYC and higher than that. Soooo up that
  3. Hi there, I just graduated from the Worcester campus. Feel free to PM me any questions
  4. And Monday is a holiday, so we wouldn't even potentially get scores until Tuesday
  5. Same! I am hating the wait even though it has only been a day for me.
  6. Hello, I will be starting my first position in the cardiothoracic ICU in about 3 months. Any suggested books, readings, or tips? I currently have Manual of Preoperative care in cardiac surgery by Dr. Bojar. Thanks!
  7. Hey everyone, i took the pance yesterday 1/8/18 Hoping to receive results soon! Have any of you received your results yet?
  8. I was accepted to the worcester campus. But apparently they are not sending snything out until the end of August /beginning of September .
  9. smccccc

    GRE

    That's what I did
  10. It might be more involved than you think. These are questions you should ask at the interview or ask to shadow a clinical care tech at this hospital. They may also just have posted a very broad description of the position
  11. Go to MAPA then PAshadowing and it brings u to this website pashadowonline.com create an account and it shows you PAs who will let you shadow them. It says to sign up for an available date on there ( there's a calendar) however I would just email them because I did and they answered
  12. I don't know much about the military, however I did what you are thinking about doing. I got my CNA sophomore year of college. Then worked 18 hours a week as a cna throughout college in a nursing home, then 12-24 a week in an Icu setting. I took one year off since I applied at the end of my senior year for PA school and I got accepted! It all worked out for me, so it can for you too!
  13. I made a Facebook group here's the link https://m.facebook.com/groups/402863586558008?ref=bookmark
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