JME62417

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  1. Just wanted to get peoples opinions of this offer. About me; I have 5 years of medical experience as a military medic and so I am very confident in doing procedures like suturing and I&D etc. Just a little hesitant since I will be at the UC as the only provider with a doc on call if needed after a short period of OJT, but is this natural to feel somewhat hesitant with any job as a new grad? haha Urgent care in Indiana serving 2 locations: Hours of operation M-F 9am-8pm; Sat and Sun 9am to 3pm (Closed on Holidays). Was told a typical week will be 3-4 days a week and every other weekend (Sat. OR Sun.) 3 year contract with the ability to terminate without penalty if given 120 day notice. They have to give me the same 120 day notice if they are going to terminate me. $58.00/hour min of 36 hours/per week (72hrs per pay period); max 140 hrs per pay period (2 weeks) $2,000 flex benefits package for CME, license, credentialing etc. 4 weeks annual paid time off Fringe benefits package; health and retirement (not spelled out in contract and I e-mail them for the details)Malpractice coverage with tail Not in contract but was told verbally:Direct supervision for about a month for training and getting use to everything; then on own with ability to call supervision Doctor at anytime if needed. Thoughts??? Thanks in advance
  2. Update: My Program was able to find a preceptor!
  3. Hi, I am a current PA student about to start clinical rotations in June. The college I am at right now is finding it difficult to place me in a Family medicine rotation in Cincinnati OH and so I am asking anyone on here if they are willing, or know someone who is willing to be my preceptor. Some quick details: It would be 2 five week rotations in family medicine with at least 32-40 hrs of work per week. Ideally the first family medicine rotation will be my first (starting in June) and then the second one will be my last rotation (June 2017) with some flexibility as needed. The program wants it this way so that we can see how much we have developed in our clinical skills over the year. If you are willing or know of anyone in the Cincinnati area that is willing to help me out please PM me and I will give you more details. Thank you all for your time.
  4. MT2PA is right on all accounts for the most part. Cincinnati is a tough place to find preceptors because of all the other programs (PA and med schools) in the area. Plus the preceptors that use to take students for my program have moved out of Cincinnati or have retired making it more difficult to find a preceptor in that area.
  5. Hi, I am a current PA student about to start clinical rotations in June. The college I am at right now is finding it difficult to place me in a Family medicine rotation in Cincinnati OH and so I am asking anyone on here if they are willing, or know someone who is willing to be my preceptor. Some quick details: It would be 2 five week rotations in family medicine with at least 32-40 hrs of work per week. Ideally the first family medicine rotation will be my first (starting in June) and then the second one will be my last rotation (June 2017) with some flexibility as needed. The program wants it this way so that we can see how much we have developed in our clinical skills over the year. If you are willing or know of anyone in the Cincinnati area that is willing to help me out please PM me and I will give you more details. Thank you all for your time.