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  1. I am a PA at a FQHC looking to do a side gig injecting botox/fillers. The quality of my training in this area is of high importance. I have seen several 1-2 day training courses and I'd like something more in-depth and rigorous. Anyone have experience with an excellent training program in botox/fillers? TIA
  2. Sheesh this is a bit harsh. The OP's surgeon hired a woman of childbearing age, so I doubt he'll be completely blown over by the news when it comes. I understand you are sympathetic to the surgeon, but babies happen and for many of us, we're grateful and blessed for it. Career, bosses, hospitals, they're all important. But my experience with many folks who choose PA over MD is that they want an actual life and time to enjoy it. Women going into medicine, having babies, and continuing their careers is now a norm. Sounds like your workplace hasn't prepared for this very common occurrence v
  3. My husband and I are both PAs and graduated in 2008 No undergrad debt but we went to a spendy (and fantastic) program and had 120k in debt each We both qualified for NHSC loan repayment at the CHC where we work. He has always been full time so his debt was completely paid off in the first 5 years and in all he only paid a very small part of the total. I'm part-time so it's taken a bit longer and we've had to make more payments on my loans, but I was just informed that I was approved for the final 20k to be paid off in the next couple of months in exchange for 2 more years of part-time s
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