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  1. Emcare Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Minor emergencies - great for urgent care or fast track Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  3. I'm putting together a study plan for the next 30 days. I want to read a few topics a day from multiple sources. I was thinking it would be a good idea to hit the most common diseases/disorders seen by the hospitalist. Any chance anyone can help me with a list of sorts? Thanks
  4. Just graduated in December and I am now lined up for hospitalist position. Having a tough time finding literature and online resources for preparation, any ideas? Thanks
  5. Just downloaded it to my iPad and iPhone, looks really helpful, thank you all so much. Any advice for books? I just ordered Minor Emergencies: Expert Consult - Online and Print, 3e on Amazon. Any other need to read books before i start?
  6. Thanks for the replies, Im really, really, really looking forward to this opportunity. I feel it will be a significant learning opportunity for me. Im spending the next few weeks reviewing anything i can get my hands on for Emergency Med. Wish i could afford the SEMPA conference but I can't for now. Again thanks for the replies.
  7. Gotcha, my bad, I would love to one day make all the calls, but for now its 5 days a week 1 doc 1 pa, and 2 days with 1 doc and 2 pas. I'm really looking forward to it. Where would I find some good materials to study up on? Also where can I find some workshops? Thanks for the prompt and informative replies! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  8. Another thing of note is that they have 2 shifts a week that have 2 PAs on for extra coverage, I will only be working those shifts for a few months until I get my feet wet. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. Job is in Tennessee, I was an army medic for a number of years before PA school. Apparently, from what I asked about in the interview, I will mostly be relegated to the fast track, it's a 15 bed ER that now handles chest pain but sends out for anything stroke related. Also I was told by the medical director that it is mostly medical and very little trauma. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  10. I am a new grad and just recently acquired a job in a rural single coverage ER. I am super excited about the autonomy that I will have and the opportunity for learning a ton. Truly my dream job. But I am understandably intimidated. Anything that I can review or know cold so that I can feel a shred of confidence when I start in 2 months? Or any advice? Thanks
  11. It took me some searching but I did find a job, it's a pretty saturated area. I think I more or less got a little lucky and am still working 70 miles from downtown... I'd say that tnpa is the best resource and there is a conference coming up next week,called spring fling. Good luck and feel free to email me @ scottdalrymple19@gmail.com Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  12. Does it require a subscription? Are there any video components?
  13. I am a new grad and scored a job as an emergency medicine PA due to my history as an army medic. Ive got some time before i start and i wanted to do some reviewing before i have my first shift. any suggestions to some literature or review materials? thanks!
  14. I am graduating from a Virginia school in December and moving to Nashville to be closer to family. Looking for jobs but don't see much for PA's in nashville! Is this a normal thing? Are employers waiting for the ACA to be enacted before starting to hire? It's getting close to the time where I need to start looking and applying but there isn't much out there. Any ideas?
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