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  1. Looking for any type of Dermatology (medical, cosmetic, etc) rotation or preceptor in the Houston or surrounding areas/suburbs. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
  2. Hi! I am a student planning to apply for CASPA next year and all I need is to shadow physician assistant. It's been difficult for me to find someone at the facility I am working at. I did found one but the waiting is long and I do not know when she can have me shadow her. I hope to find someone to shadow in Houston, TX. I don't plan to disturb the PA with many questions because I understand how busy it must be. I would like to spend time observing the PA. Thank you in advance!
  3. Hello! I'm a 21 year old EMT currently working in 911 response (~3 years experience at this point) and studying at the University of Houston (double B.A. in Philosophy and History). I'm interested in shadowing a PA who works in emergency medicine, preferably in the medical center. Right now, I'm trying to determine whether PA school is the correct route for me, or whether I am more suited to the MD/DO route. If you are interested in allowing me to shadow, or if you have any contacts that I can get in touch with to arrange a shadow opportunity, you can contact me at samscarber@gmail.com. Thanks!
  4. We are looking for a candidate that can add to a growing practice in an established office. The office is structured as a cash model practice and does not take insurance. We see patients for wellness and primary care issues. We treat the patients through bloodwork and a combination of medication/supplements. This is a great opportunity for a provider with a few years of experience that would like to have a patient base of people who care for their health and therefore are compliant in their plan of care. We also utilize a direct primary care model where the patients do not have to worry about insurance coverages. For Primary Care and Wellness services, we focus on utilizing a functional medicine approach. An ideal candidate would be someone who is willing to learn and be trained in this field of medicine. For the short term – until the provider has a full load of patients, there will be time that is required in the OR assisting the supervising physician in surgery. More will be discussed during the interview. The Physician Assistant, under the supervision of collaborating Physician, assumes multiple clinical functions involved with the care of patients, which fall under his/her scope of licensure and training. The Physician Assistant will perform detailed histories and physical exams, review patients medical records, order laboratories studies, radiological and diagnostic studies appropriate to patient's complaint, age, sex, race and physical condition. Ordering and implementation of diagnosis and development of treatment plan, prescribing medications and patient follow-ups. The Physician Assistant will need to be proficient in use of a cloud based EMR system. We look forward to speaking with you about a possible fit with our office. We are located in Southeast Houston with work hours between 8am -5pm but could be a little bit before and/or after depending on the caseload for that day. We have a great staff who is committed to the success of the provider and practice. Please send a cover letter and resume in PDF format. bijoy@restorativehwc.com
  5. Has anyone ever done an elective rotation at MD Anderson? I am very interested in applying but so far all of the housing options are more than $1000 a month (plus the rent I already pay for my apartment by my school). I am trying to weigh the price vs the benefits and experiences that I could gain at MD Anderson. Any advice would be appreciated!
  6. Hello All; I am currently a "3rd year" PA student (our program offers an extra 9 months of Advance Clinical Practice training) and I anticipate graduating in March 2016. In brief, my experience includes working approximately 40/wk in four different Level 1 and Level 2 emergency departments throughout the greater Chicago metro area, I have acquired over 1500 hours of direct patient care experience working in both the fast track and main emergency room. I looking to relocate to either Houston or San Antonio. Of course for the right offer, I am open to other areas as well. So far I have been scouting potential opportunities on various job sites like indeed.com, doccafe.com and PAjobsite.com, not to mention several conversation with recruiters. I was wondering, if there is anyone else who as a new grad got there start in the ER and if so perhaps you can share some pointers with me? Thanks!
  7. Just got my acceptance email and couldn't be more excited. Anyone need a roommate?
  8. The Residency Program in Geriatric Medicine for Physician Assistants at the Michael E DeBakey VA Medical Center in Houston, Texas is currently accepting applications. The residency will prepare you to truly be part of a healthcare team, where your skills and professionalism are respected and enhanced. This residency is the first of its kind, focused on care of the older patient. The program is in collaboration with Baylor College of Medicine, which is consistently ranked as one of the top 10 PA programs in the country. There is an engaging and rewarding schedule of rotations and electives, including cardiology, endocrinology, HIV/AIDS, palliative care, wound care and others. While all of the clinical experiences are at the Houston VA and affiliated outpatient clinics, the residents are in the Texas Medical Center, with all that it has to offer. The residency is twelve months long, and there is a stipend of over $47,600. We may be contacted at HoustonPAResidency@VA.gov or 713-794-8766.
  9. I am looking for a PANCE study partner or group in the Houston area. Please PM me if interested. Thank you, Justin
  10. This came up at Williams College (Ivy League I believe) Is for an NP but in the state of MASS NP and PA have the same supervision requirements so I suspect they would take a PA as well http://employment.williams.edu/employment/director-student-health-services/ Director: Student Health Services Williams » Employment » Employment » Director: Student Health Services January 17, 2014 Job# 300950-W Williams College seeks a Director of Student Health Services to serve as the college’s chief student health administrator. Reporting to the VP for Campus Life, the Director advises the Dean of the College and other senior administrators on matters pertaining to individual student health and the general welfare of the student body. The college benefits from the joint work of a variety of departments (Deans’ Office, Health Services, Student Life, Campus Safety and Security, the Davis Center, Athletics, Chaplains, and others) in addressing student well-being. The Director is responsible for enhancing and supervising a robust health services program and a comprehensive counseling program. The Director oversees and works in close collaboration with the Co-Directors of Psychological Counseling Services. This is a full-time, 12 month, regular appointment. The scope of student physical and mental health issues is ever changing; the Director serves as a visionary leader, keeping up to date on college health and counseling issues on a state, regional and national level. In addition to functioning as the department head, s/he will serve as a licensed practitioner providing clinical services support as necessary. The Director role is highly visible in the college community, representing a trusted voice in student wellness matters in a broad variety of campus venues. S/he must also have a deep appreciation and sensitivity to serving a diverse student body. Key responsibilities include but are not limited to: Manages all aspects of the Health Center operations and budget as well as its professional and administrative staff. Works with multiple campus partners in the effective management of student issues. Oversees the Student Health Insurance Plan. Conducts periodic needs assessments and participates with members of the college community in planning Health Services programs to respond to identified physical and mental health needs of the student population. Maintains Health Center program utilization data. Participates on appropriate campus committees in support of student wellness and success. Maintains current thorough professional knowledge of all federal and state regulations involving health care, particularly with regard to college health. Manages contractual relationships with local clinical service providers. Serves as college liaison with community healthcare professionals, regional hospitals and local agencies for the purposes of accessing services, making effective referrals, and coordinating healthcare resources. Required qualifications: Master’s Degree or doctorate in a related field of physical medicine. Massachusetts licensure (or the ability to become licensed) for Advanced Practice Nurse in Family and/or Adult Health (or BSN/RN licensure, with grandfathered certification in an advanced practice specialty). Candidates must also have current Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) certification and current Massachusetts Department of Public Health Controlled Substances licensure (or the ability to become licensed). At least eight years of progressive health care administration, with demonstrated leadership and supervisory experience. Excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and manage multiple competing demands. Possess a high level of cultural competency in working with diverse populations. Valid driver’s license. Preferred qualifications: Experience in adolescent medicine and/or college health. Knowledge of and experience in quality improvement and accreditation activities. Strong preference for candidates who have experience in the delivery of preventive and clinical health care experience, ideally in a college/university setting. Work is primarily performed in an office setting; some kneeling, bending, lifting, walking, carrying or moving of objects and other movements may be required. Exposure to infectious and contagious illness may occur. Occasional evening and weekend work required. Review of resumes will begin immediately and will continue until position is filled. Please apply toJob #300950-W. Employment at Williams is contingent on the verification of background information submitted by the applicant, including the completion of a criminal record check, and education when applicable. Please email a cover letter and resume including job number to hr@williams.edu or mail to: Williams College Office of Human Resources 100 Spring Street, Suite 201, Williamstown, MA 01267 Phone: (413) 597-4247 http://hr.williams.edu/ Beyond meeting fully its legal obligations for non-discrimination, Williams College is committed to building a diverse and inclusive community where members from all backgrounds can live, learn and thrive.
  11. Hey guys, I'm in my didactic year and my husband's job has moved him to Houston. I'm trying to get as many rotations there as possible so I can eventually get a job there. Anyone know of any offices/PAs that take students? I could take just about any specialty. Any info you have would be great! :;-):
  12. The first-ever post-grad PA residency in Geriatric Medicine is accepting applications. This one-year residency is based at the Michael E DeBakey VA Medical Center in Houston, TX. It is part of the world-renowned Texas Medical Center. </SPAN> Training for the year-long residency occurs in a dynamic clinical and academic environment, to expose the residents to basic and advanced geriatric concepts and techniques. </SPAN> Training is provided in clinics, on hospital units, and across the broadest continuum of care from house calls to hospice and includes physical rehabilitation, mental health, dementia care and community-based care. </SPAN>
  13. I have a TON of questions regarding HCE Pre-PA. My background: I am [21 years old], still an undergrad majoring in Biology. Projected graduation summer 2014. GPA and pre-reqs are all in good standing. No hands on volunteering/HCE or shadowing. The schools I am planning on applying to are BCM and UTMB-Galveston. Needing help on: I need advice as to which is the best way to go about getting the experience. I know I need it, and I would LOVE to get it. I just don't know the best way to do it. I live in Tomball, TX and cannot find a PA who will let me shadow them. I have found NP'S but I highly doubt that would work. Does anyone have any shadowing resources or hands-on volunteering opportunities in the N.W. HOUSTON/THE WOODLANDS area? Should I seek out a CNA/MA/Phlebotomy certification and work as one of those for a year or two? IF so, which one is better? [by better I mean the one that best transitions into becoming a PA/has quite a lot of opportunity] Time is an issue. I don't want to put my bachelor's degree on hold to go through a two year program to get certified. Any advice or shared personal experiences are appreciated. I am at square one and would really like HELP. Thank you!
  14. Hi all, I'm recent PA graduate looking to shadow an orthopedic PA in the Houston area. I have always had a interest in ortho but was unable gain enough exposure during rotations. Please respond with any leads or advice. Thanks!
  15. Hello! My name is Raymond Kwan and I'm about to graduate from Texas A&M College Station this upcoming May. I'm planning to apply to PA school and would love to find shadowing opportunities with PA's in the HOUSTON or COLLEGE STATION area. As i still do have classes, i'm more than willing to work around them to find a schedule that would best fit you. as well, i have monday and friday's off so i would be more than willing to spend those 4 day weekends learning and experiencing the PA work field. please let me know if you'd be willing to consider taking me on as a shadow. PM me if you'd like to contact me directly or find out more about me! thank you for taking the time to even consider helping out prospective PA students and i look forward to an amazing experience. Raymond Kwan
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