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  1. I'm not in the program, but my husband is a first year and we have a 3 year old and 19 month old. So, we are in the middle of it with two little ones. It's definitely a lot of work and time away from the family but completely doable, just need to have a good support system in place. I think the hardest thing is managing the guilt we feel as parents when we can't spend as much as time as we want with our kids...but like the other poster said..lots of others have taken this path, so it's something you can absolutely do!
  2. Thanks for the info! Do either of you in the program have families? Wondering what the school/family life balance is going to be like.
  3. It's a 3 year PA to DO program and they integrate the PAs in with the 4 year med students so it's not just a class of PAs. Not exactly sure how they do the integration. Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  4. My husband and I are both PAs and my husband is starting the LECOM bridge program this summer. He's retiring from the Army and we're moving from NC to PA. I wanted to see if there's anyone out there who's done the program with family in tow and also get some information on living in Greensburg. Just DM if there's anyone out there that's already done or is in the program. Sent from my SM-N975U using Tapatalk
  5. Anyone out there who works part-time as a federal employee? Offered a part-time job, 20 hours a week in Family Medicine on an Army instillation. Wanted to see how it works out as far as compensation and benefits. Thanks. Sent from my SM-G950U using Tapatalk
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