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  1. If the office environment seems conducive to allowing you to grow/ get the guidance you need as a new grad, you have some interest in endocrinology, and if the offer is right for you go for it! There are many offices out there that will value your experience in endocrinology, it's a 6 month wait in my system for an appointment with them. This allows you to bring some of that care to the primary care office. You will be seeing people with endocrinology conditions who also have comorbid conditions (such as obesity, dyslipidemia, hypertension, etc... For DM) so even transitioning later wouldn'
  2. I attended this conference last year at Virginia Beach. I felt that the conference was very much worth my time and money. The information provided was vast and informative; the speakers were very advanced into their fields of interest and were very knowledgeable (they all gave their contact information for any further questions beyond the conference as well). The lectures are all by PAs and NPs (my conference was all PAs). PAs and NPs mostly attend the conference. The location of the conference was very vacationy and the hotel where everything was held was nice. I saw the price increased
  3. Hey everyone! I got an update on everything today. They took their numbers back to whoever is in charge of financials and came back with 40/initial and 33/follow up. I don't think they're going to budge any further than that and they have a really hard time getting physicians to have any interest in these. I think I'm going to pass on it all together. Thank you all for your help!
  4. Thank you all for your input! I did feel that it was a pretty low ball offer, but wanted to run it by some people who have been out in the field longer before making any assumptions!
  5. Hello! I am new to the PA profession and just wanted to get some opinions on this offer that is being discussed. I work in outpatient psych (for which I am salaried) and this is an offer in conjuncture with my full time job. The consults would be at a local hospital and are suppose to take place after my shift at the office (usually start at 9 and end around 5). These would be psych consults. They are offering 25$ for each initial patient contact and 17$ for any follow up contact after that. I'm not very familiar with the amount of time/ effort that would be involved with these kinds of
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