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  1. Hi everyone, I did not see a thread for this year so I went ahead and made one! I submitted my CASPA on May 14th and then my supplemental app on May 18th. Haven’t heard anything yet. How about everyone else?
  2. Hello everyone! I am in my 2nd semester of PA school and am in search of preceptors in my area. I live in Greenville, SC and currently commute to Hendersonville, NC for class which is about 40 minutes each day. Because of this, I am really hoping to find preceptors closer to home. I am currently in search of any preceptors in Greenville, Travelers Rest, Greer, Mauldin, Easley, Powdersville, Taylors, and really anywhere in the north west South Carolina area! If you or anyone you know is interested in taking on a PA student who is super eager to learn and be in the upstate area, plea
  3. Hey! Thought I would start a thread for this upcoming cycle. Submitted my application and verified yesterday so hoping to hear back soon. Good luck to everyone!
  4. Hello guys, I am starting a new topic for 2016-2017 applicants. Please share your updates and stats. Did anyone apply here yet?
  5. Hi, guys! I looked around and didn't see a new topic for this year's CASPA cycle for USC, so I started one here. I submitted my CASPA application on May 10th, received an email to do the supplemental application on May 11th, and submitted my supplemental application on May 11th. Now, I'm just waiting to hear back!
  6. Just wanted to make a thread for anybody applying to the USC School of Medicine PA Program (not MUSC). I was verified June 15th but have not heard anything from the school. The website says the supplemental application is supposed to be available in mid to late June. Has anybody heard anything?
  7. Does anyone know anything about the admission requirements for this program? Anyone else planning to apply?
  8. I was wondering if there are any shadowing opportunities in the Charleston area. Thank you for your time!
  9. I'm 25, and have two degrees - BS in science and an MHA, which I received in 2013. I figured I'd want to be on the business side of health care, which is why I pursued a graduate degree with that focus. I've just started a job working for one of the main hospitals in Charleston, and I'm about 50/50 on it. It's a crazy time and will likely get worse before it gets better. If I am 100% truthful, I have always had my doubts about my choice to pursue administration, from the moment I entered my bachelor's program (health management), all the way through grad school, and to now. I guess I always f
  10. My PA program takes three years... http://www.capradio.org/articles/2014/07/28/uc-davis-is-trailblazer-in-three-year-medical-school-model/ A handful of UC Davis students are trailblazers in a new medical school model that has won the approval of Californian Governor Jerry Brown. Brown signed legislation that will allow doctors to practice with three years of medical school instead of four. It’s Ngabo Nzigira’s sixth week of medical school, and he’s already interacting with patients. “So we have the norco, you still taking that?" he asks. Nzigira is being trained by a doctor at Kai
  11. I am a dermatology PA in the process of re-signing a contract. I have been with a practice for almost 10 years and am now going part time. They want me to sign a non-compete that will prevent me from working locally in dermatology (not just as a PA but as a consultant, manager, employee, etc) for 2 years after the job ends. I told them I was not willing to sign that so they came back and added a clause that says if I am discharged involuntarily without cause, the noncompetitiion clause shall be null and void. My boss says they have to protect the practice. I also feel I have to protect my
  12. I am hoping to find a provider to shadow in South Carolina or southern North Carolina areas. Here is a little bit about my background... I'm a 24 year old Air Force medical technician. I've worked in primary care on base for 2 years in an LPN-type role, and I have recently started working in ambulance operations on base as an EMT-B. In the time that I have been stationed here I have completed the pre-PA coursework (for IPAP at least) and a BS in Liberal Arts. I am also enrolling in USC this Fall to pursue a second BS in Biology in order to delve a little deeper into the sciences. I plan on
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