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  1. o then told I would be the solo provider for clinic here on out: Red Flag: did they ask what you thought about that? How did they propose to give you that training that was do able? They told me I would be training in a location with low volume and other providers, then transitioning to a new location when it opens in a few months but never be alone, there would always be others to help, but I would be technically the perm provider there. Asked seasoned PA there about that, he reassured me. o then found out that I have to do OB ( asked in interview told no ob): Red flag: So you are a solo practitioner, with an SP off site I assume, in a rural clinic doing OB that you were told you wouldn’t be doing during the interview. I told them I'm not doing OB, MD off site, they tried to tell me that's what FM entails. I refuse to do OB. o 5th day in, now I'm solo provider with foreign sp that can't help me see pts, 26 pts in <8 hr then 1.5 hr charting. Red Flag: Just 5days in? Is the SP a family practice doc that does OB? If not who is your SP when you see OB pts? No clue, MD Family practice. But I refused OB. o Being a new grad I need help with drug interactions and sp just wants to override every warning on EMR. Red Flag: You never want to be in a situation like this Yeah, thus is my concern, as this is one of the specific need that I discussed with them, I worry about the pt and my license. Currently I only signed my name to billing sheet with dx. Charts/Rx under MD name until I get my login. LESH not humana
  2. Thank you for your fast reply. I just wanted to confirm that I wasn't needlessly worrying. I should have listened to my gut before accepting the offer. I had another interview but didn't want to lose this job. Hopefully the job is still available.
  3. I accepted a position fm/uc in rural California. I haven't practiced since school which has been awhile so I specifically looked for places that trained in FM. I got the job, told training was do able. Started the job and was sent to another location farther than discussed in interview; then told only for two weeks; then told I would be the solo provider for clinic here on out, then found out that I have to do OB ( asked in interview told no ob). 5th day in, now I'm solo provider with foreign sp that can't help me see pts, 26 pts in <8 hr then 1.5 hr charting. Also they seem to be concerned with their protocols above all else (requiring pts to take multiple meds/vitamin and RTC constantly). Being a new grad I need help with drug interactions and sp just wants to override every warning on EMR. No contract signed. Should I listen to my gut and run or? If I should quit, what would that say to my future employers and how much notice should I give.
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