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  1. Do you know if most of the residency program will be qualified for student loan deferment? I called Cornell today and they said that they never filled out any form for loan deferment for people who got accepted into the residency program. I would like to do it except if I can't get loan deferment, I won't be able afford to live in NYC. Do you think doing one year of EM residency is better than having couple years of work experience in internal medicine and then apply for job in EM? Just want to make sure it's really worth it to put my family through another year of financial hardship since I a
  2. Do you know if most of the residency program will be qualified for student loan deferment? I called Cornell today and they said that they never filled out any form for loan deferment for people who got accepted into the residency program. I would like to do it except if I can't get loan deferment, I won't be able afford to live in NYC. Do you think doing one year of EM residency is better than having couple years of work experience in internal medicine and then apply for job in EM? Just want to make sure it's really worth it to put my family through another year of financial hardship since I a
  3. Hi I am graduating soon this summer and really wanted to do EM. I am aware that it's hard to get into EM as new graduate. I did already got job offer in Cardiology since some people said that it may help me to get into EM in the future. But if I know for sure that EM is what I want to do, should I just go straight into a residency program? It will suck to be broke for another year since I have to support my family and pay back my loans. But most residency seem to have loan deferment. My question is, after a year of residency in EM, will I get a boast in salary the next year when I lo
  4. Hi I am graduating soon this summer and really wanted to do EM. I am aware that it's hard to get into EM as new graduate. I did already got job offer in Cardiology since some people said that it may help me to get into EM in the future. But if I know for sure that EM is what I want to do, should I just go straight into a residency program? It will suck to be broke for another year since I have to support my family and pay back my loans. But most residency seem to have loan deferment. My question is, after a year of residency in EM, will I get a boast in salary the next year when I lo
  5. Why aren't there any plastic surgery PA here? Is it a field with limitted PA or it is because the plastic surgeon PA is too busy to get online?
  6. Hello, I am about to start my elective rotations and I want to do all my electives in NYC. I am originally from NYC but move to Florida for PA school thinking that I will settle in FL and relocate my family. But now I am dying to move back to NYC. My school has no connection with anyone in NYC. I previously had shadowed some PAs in a small hospital in NY but the PAs there said they cannot help since they have very limitted role in that small hospital. I have been looking into NY Presbyterian hospital and on PA world website and contacted wherever there's job posting to ask them if they w
  7. do you have an email ?

  8. So, to keep my options open, any other specialty that's pre-dominantly PA beside EM? What about Orthopedic and Derm? Honestly, no offense to anyone who used to be RN. My experience with NP and nursing staff in the hospital have not been great. Is that just me? They act like they know more than MD and never mind PA...they even question it and give the MD hard time sometimes when MD try to order some test. I know it's the way of life is but I wish I don't have to deal with them too much if any specialty allows. It is unfortunate that PA is considered the minority comparing to them. They have
  9. Thanks guys. I do like EM a lot and all the PA whom I used to shadow are in EM urgent care area. Great autonomy. If I got an offer in EM, will take the offer in a heartbeat. But the PAs said that they don't hire new graduate for EM worrying that they are not used to doing the suture and procedure fast enough... whatever. So, where do I start to be able to get specialize in EM?Do I need a few years of experience in family practice to get in EM ?
  10. Hi Paulina,

     

    I sent u a message last week. Would love to hear the pros-cons of Nova. I know u must be very busy. When u get a chance , please read the previous message that I sent u. Would really appreciate it.

    Thanks

  11. Hi If I want to avoid competition with NP, what specialty should I get into ? What specialty is PA favored? Thanks
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