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  1. New Grad here looking for something in Metro Atlanta. Does anyone have any leads or connections or suggestions on where I should start looking? PM me please!
  2. Hello everyone, I am a registered nurse based in Atlanta near the Sandy Springs area. I would love the opportunity to shadow a variety of physician assistants in the Atlanta area or within an hour of the Atlanta area. I am more than willing to volunteer and help out as much as I can. I am courteous, respectful, and professional. Please send me a message on here or reply in a post below and I will be sure to get back with you. Thank you so much, Curlsz
  3. Thought this was interesting...and awesome. PA is U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team Medical Director Meet Kyle Wilkens, MS, PA-C, L-ATC PA Kyle Wilkens, a 2007 University of Utah PA program grad, has a vital role to play in the Sochi Olympics – he’s the medical director of the U.S. Skiing and Snowboarding Association (USSA). As such, he and USSA Chief Physician Richard Steadman, MD, manage the care of the U.S. athletes competing in skiing and snowboarding. USSA is part of Team USA. Wilkens oversees the health and well being of these athletes. Named USSA medical director in 2010, he works fulltime at USSA’s Utah-based Center of Excellence training center and manages the medical providers who travel the world with USSA athletes. Recently, you may have seen Wilkens quoted in stories about how the USSA, and Team USA, is breaking ground by being the first association to have a neurologist on staff to evaluate and treat concussions during the Winter Olympics.
  4. I'm wondering if anyone knows the specific answer to this in regards to the pre-reqs for SJVC...I'm a previous applicant from Bakersfield who has been working to improve my grades for the last couple years, and I'm hoping to apply again to this program for next cycle...but I've been having difficulties getting a spot in our local CC's anatomy and physio class... I've taken one half here at our CC, and due to there only being a few sections offered, I resorted to taking the other half at another community college out of town during a summer session, just to try and get it done before the application cycle... I know some schools don't accept this without permission, but I was wondering if anyone knew if this was acceptable for the pre-req requirements at San Joaquin.. if that's the case, I'm so afraid that it will take me forever to get into the other half of the A&P here in Bakersfield...I'm having trouble trying to take the complete one year series in succession... Thanks in advance to anyone who knows anything.
  5. I'm interested in forming an informal PANCE/PANRE Study Group to get together to discuss and prepare for the NCCPA Exam If there are any PA's of PA Students in the Atlanta / North GA area that are interested, please leave me a message here, or email me directly at chasholloway1211@yahoo.com ... Thanks
  6. Im applying to PA school this year and seeking to shadow a PA in Atlanta, GA. If you know of any opportunities please pm me.
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