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  1. Thank you for taking the time to respond to my decision. I believe this is exactly what I needed to hear from an experienced PA who has been there. I agree with you and often wrestle with pay versus at those things that you cannot put a price tag on.
  2. Typically 1 hr patient is expected time to admit a patient. Not expected to do pagers. A cap of 5 is nice in a ten hr shift. The new place doesn’t offer PTO neither.
  3. Hello I’m a PA with 11 years experience who has worked in hospitalists medicine for over 9, various places. I’ve been at the same low salary for the past 5 years. 105k 7 on 7 off capped at 8 admissions per day 3-11, no PTO no sick days (have to be made up). I had a talk with them and as a result Ive been offered 125k with quarterly bonuses with an increase in patients. 2500 cme with licenses and fees to come out of the 2500 Pros: Fully Autonomous, flexible on start time, good rapport with boss. Typically done with my cap in 7hrs per day. Essentially working 56 hrs every two weeks, making the hourly rate pretty good. Possibly able to still complete a shift in 9hrs with new cap proposal. Cons: Poor communication in the office. Sometimes travel between two facilities I reached out to another hospital system in town and the local competition is willing to pay 128k base with 10k bonus divided quarterly. 2500 cme and pay for licensing and fees. Shift will be ten hrs. 2-midnight. No cap on admissions however told typically 6-7 admissions per night Pros. No travel required, Cons: no access to doc lounge (wth!), likely present every patient to supervising doc, don’t eat free with exception of “doc area” buffet that closes at the start of my shift. Longer shifts. My question is are these competitive numbers for the year we are in and also which seems to be the better option?
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