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We are an orthopaedic clinic in Los Angeles looking for: - PA to assist in evaluation, treatment of patients and to eventually assist with surgeries. - Provide clinical assistance to the medical staff for overall clinical management. - We prepare detailed reports so effective communication skills are important and must be able to use EHR efficiently. - Must be able to work nights, holidays or weekends. (some, not all) - Experience in orthopaedics is not necessary, but must be willing to learn and pursue learning during training period. - Will be trained directly by the doctor. - The position is part time. The pay is based on experience. - Bilingual (preferred, but not a requirement): Korean, English - License, Registration or Certification required: California Licensure and certification by the NCCPA. Please pm!
If anyone could give me any advice on this offer, it would be greatly appreciated! Here are the details: · Salary: $82,000 o 3% raise 2nd year: $84,460 · W/benefits: $105,251.20/yr · Medical, Dental and Life insurance: 100% of premium covered · 15 days PTO, 7 paid holidays, and 5 days of short-term disability PTO per year Thanks for your help in advance!
Hey everyone, need some advice. I am a second year PA student with an Athletic Training background set to graduate on Oct 1st of this year and have two orthopedic job offers waiting. I was hoping you guys who take a look and give me any/all advice you have. Job A Exciting position in practice that does not have a PA but Dr. I would be working with has experience training PAs. Base $95,000 Bonus 10% of base 22 days PTO (if holiday falls on week day, counts against PTO) Call 1 weekend a month 5 days CME with 2k allowance Malpractice with tail coverage Health insurance on day 1 and short/long term disability after 90 days Job B Better location for my wife and I. Really nice sports medicine doctor who I get along well with. Replacing previous PA who left to follow passion for ortho trauma Base $87,500 Bonus "30% of all revenues exceeding PA overhead. PA overhead is salary plus 25% benefit load" Not exactly sure what that verbiage means if anyone can help. 15 days vacation. 8.5 days of paid holidays. 7 days of sick leave. NO call. 5 days CME with $2,500 allowance Malpractice (not sure if tail coverage) Health Insurance but no short/long term disability included My questions. What offer looks better overall? What should I expect to bring in as a first year ortho PA (the PAOS salary survey says 280k is the 50th percentile)? I have not began negotiating, what should I try to include in each package? Thank you so much for all of your advice! Kevin
Hey Forum Folks, Recent grad here with an "interesting" proposal as part of a potential job offer. Should I consider taking a surgery position where I would work as a "tech" until fully credentialed (about 3 months) Thanks for your help.