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  1. Hi everyone, I am graduating from PA school next week and am job hunting. I have been on multiple interviews in different specialties and I have finally received my first offer today. I don't want to be that naive new grad jumping at the first offer so please let me know your thoughts! (Some of this is pulled directly from the contract they sent me) -Base salary: 80K -Health insurance after 60 days of employment, mostly paid- I will pay out of pocket $60 (no dental or vision) -"401K. Employee will be vested after one year of full time employment. Company will match 100% up to 3% of emp
  2. Hi everyone, I'm graduating PA school in three months and have started the interview process. This is my first offer and they want me to sign pretty quickly if I decide to do so because they don't want me to change my mind later in the summer when i get closer to graduating. This is a private outpatient Family Medicine clinic that is associated with one of the neighboring hospitals in a very growing suburban area in Texas. There are three doctors and one PA. Everyone is pretty young, with one doc being out for 4 yrs, another doc for 2, and the PA for 2.5 yrs. My SP would be the one
  3. My interview is tomorrow but the doc mentioned the bonus was hourly in addition to my baseline salary. They use EMR eClinicalworks. I'm not sure about the medicaid/medicare but I can ask tomorrow. There is no call.
  4. Sorry- this is a repost after I found the right thread to post this in! Hi everyone, My name is Mary and I'll be graduating from a Texas PA program this upcoming August. I have a job interview at a private family medicine clinic tomorrow and would love to have some advice. I've looked at resources in preparing for my interview by looking at potential questions from the AAPA and TAPA. As an almost new graduate I want to be realistic if the conversation of compensation comes up. Obviously I would wait for the interviewer to bring up the topic but does anyone know what would
  5. Hi everyone, My name is Mary and I'll be graduating from a Texas PA program this upcoming August. I have a job interview at a private family medicine clinic tomorrow and would love to have some advice. I've looked at resources in preparing for my interview by looking at potential questions from the AAPA and TAPA. As an almost new graduate I want to be realistic if the conversation of compensation comes up. Obviously I would wait for the interviewer to bring up the topic but does anyone know what would be an appropriate baseline salary for me to ask for as a new graduate in Texas in fam
  6. @hann47. I think the fact that you have experience plays in your advantage. However, from what I'm reading of your post, you say you re-took/are retaking 3 classes. Make sure to mention that in your personal statement and address that. Re-taking classes, especially if it's more than one doesn't look good. I definitely think you have a good chance of getting in. Grades aren't everything. They are looking at you as a whole. Do you have leadership roles? Community service? Things like that? That is important as well. Grades aren't something that you can change once it happens, but your personal s
  7. @amkoenig do you know if shirley sent an email yet? it's already the end of january...i thought she said she was sending one this month..I was hoping to get a student list to ask others about housing. I think i might go to Galveston next week to look at apartments!
  8. @presjc2 thanks for the reminder! I forgot that Shirley said she would sending us info next month. I'll just wait until then!
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