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  1. Are you willing to go to Central CA? I can offer EM rotation. PM if interested.
  2. part of CEP and dabble with Emergent Medical Associates. I feel in the majority of California APPs have a limited scope in the ED unless you move to the central valley or remote parts of northern cali
  3. Took all three phases of the ACEP/SEMPA EM Academy. I found it useful and a good refresher. In no way is it a replacement for fellowship/residency but is a good stopgap especially for PAs who have been out practicing for a year or two. I am familiar with EMA. They are smaller than other ER groups in California but has a good infrastructure. Many USC grads.The 1099 is typical and it's up to you and your financial needs if that is more beneficial or if employment with a W2 provides more bang for the buck (personally I do both). The EMA training academy is not a formal residency nor was it meant to be one. It is much more informal: no clinical practicum, grand rounds, M&M. Assuming you are in California, If you want formal training I would recommend EM PA residency at UCSF-Fresno, Arrowhead Regional, or Kaweah Delta. Hope that helps. Link to the Academy: http://www.acep.org/appa/ Link to CEP/Arrowhead Regional & Kaweah Delta: http://www.cepamerica.com/careers/pas-nps/emergency-medicine Link to UCSF-Fresno residency: http://www.fresno.ucsf.edu/em/pa/
  4. ceosborn, What region of california? I can offer an opportunity in the central valley. PM if interested
  5. lyricalluna, please message me if you are interested in shadowing opportunities in the central valley region (Tulare County).
  6. jtabbay, please PM me for shadowing opportunities in the central valley (Tulare County).
  7. Not quite sure which threat to put this in, but for the EM PA's out there. What have been your experiences with this company in terms of benefits and pay? Thanks.
  8. i'm curious if that .pdf is old. I know Dr. Faeber is part of Arrowhead Orthopedics, and that group is affiliated with the PA ortho residency at ARMC. They even have a link to the ARMC residency on their website (on the right hand column): http://www.arrowheadortho.com
  9. @MMiller. Could you elaborate on the performance improvement issues?
  10. Nice visual aids, any thoughts? http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2012/03/10-ways-to-visualize-how-americans-spend-money-on-health-care/254736/
  11. Nice visual aids, any thoughts? http://www.theatlantic.com/business/archive/2012/03/10-ways-to-visualize-how-americans-spend-money-on-health-care/254736/
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