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  1. Just Curious... What would you say is a good/standard hourly rate for an EM PA?
  2. Stumbled upon this on a recent urgent care job search...HA Emergency Medicine opening in , Illinois. This and other nurse practitioner jobs brought to you by NursingJobCafe.comA wonderful locum tenens emergency medicine NP opportunity is now available in Illinois. The facility needs a provider to work varied 12-hour shifts, typically from 4 am - 4 pm. The locum tenens NP will see up to 80 patients per day of all ages, and will be responsible for splints, suturing, joint reductions, I&Ds, and wound care. This facility makes use of the Meditech EMR system. Candidates should be board certified, but board eligible physicians are welcome. ACLS and BLS certifications are required as part of this job's duties. Weatherby will help with all hospital privileging paperwork. The ideal candidate will have an active, unrestricted IL state medical license in hand. This is an excellent opportunity to work with a seasoned group of healthcare professionals who provide high quality medical care. If you have availability in your schedule, give Weatherby a call...
  3. Just received it. Interested to see what the survey will contain. Did anyone else notice her smirk in the video when she mentioned "possible" title change?
  4. So it looks like this program does not require you apply through AACOM?
  5. It is definitely a gamble having a roommate. It either can be great or very bad. I was in a similar situation as you and chose to go with a roommate and we couldn't be better of friends. It was great to have someone to vent to and study with when we were sick of individual studying. Try to reach out to people in your cohort that share similar hobbies, interests as you.
  6. Graduated in August and start my fellowship in January...take the time to see family and friends, travel if your finances allow it, take care of necessities for success, and brush up on material within the specialty/setting you chose
  7. Armand, What career steps did you take to get this position? Residency, fellowship, on the job training?
  8. Desipa, I just filed for my license via the online portal for IDFPR. Do you know if we must turn in a physical application and CCA? I'm a bit confused on the process as well.
  9. To those of you who are enrolled in the program, did anyone live in the dorms for the first summer semester?
  10. I am starting to explore options for financial aid. Does anyone have any advice? Possibly current students? Seems like there is not much money out there that does not have high interest rates.
  11. Has anyone sent in their deposit for their seat? If so, who did you make it out to? Did you use check or money order?
  12. Hey Roobs, I have a question for you as well! Which class did you find most difficult the first year? Was biostats and evidence based medicine tough?
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