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  1. I have a prior MS in Exercise Physiology (research emphasis) and then completed a dual degree PA program getting a MS in Management w/ the School of Business before starting the MMS for PA. The extra degrees will certainly be resume builders, but how much should I expect to use them for negotiating starting salaries? Should I expect a higher starting offer due to them or is that naive? Starting to have discussions with some practices and was hoping to get some ideas on the value those provide before it moves towards contract talks. I don't want to sell myself short, but don't want to come off as pompous and overvalue myself either! I would be interested in either Ortho/Sports Med or Cardiology Looking in NC. Currently in Winston-Salem, NC at Wake Forest University Appreciate the insight anyone can provide!
  2. Hey yall, Im facing a bit of a dilemma. I got a new grad offer for a Surgical Position that is offering me the package below in NYC 105K Base Salary 10% Night differential 20 PTO days, 8 paid holidays, unlimited sick time, 12 weeks of paid salary for sick leave 8-10% Increase every year Health package as well The reason I am conflicted is id like to make a counter offer for more but dont know how to go about it. A friend of mine got a similar deal but 5K more out east without negotiating in the same system. How should I go about negotiating it? What are some tips you can provide to get it higher salary or a better benefits package. Why would would there be a discrepancy between both?
  3. Hey yall, Im facing a bit of a dilemma. I got a new grad offer for a Surgical Position that is offering me the package below in NYC 105K Base Salary 10% Night differential 20 PTO days, 8 paid holidays, unlimited sick time, 12 weeks of paid salary for sick leave 2-3% Increase every 6 months based on merit 8-10% Increase every year Health package as well The reason I am conflicted is id like to make a counter offer for more but dont know how to go about it. A friend of mine got a similar deal but 5K more out east without negotiating in the same system. How should I go about negotiating it? What are some tips you can provide to get it higher salary or a better benefits package. Why would would there be a discrepancy between both?
  4. Hi! I'm new to the forum and wanted to ask some career advice from all the pros out there. I will graduate in 6 weeks and have been lucky enough to receive two job offers in a pretty rural area. However, I'm really struggling between the two. I've made a pros/cons list and still haven't come to any conclusion. One is my ideal speciality (peds ortho) while the other is in a speciality I've never wanted to work in but seems to offer a fantastic work environment, SP, and more money. I was approached by the physician for this job and considered it as jobs are somewhat scarce in my area. I would love some insight on what has provided you with the most happiness in your career. Was it work environment, a speciality you're passionate about, salary or lifestyle? I am married with a 9 year old too so lifestyle kinda automatically factors in for me. I will list a summary of the two and appreciate any advice on the offers! 1) Ob/Gyn private practice with first assist duties at his private surgery center and hospital for deliveries/sections 94K base salary with bonus of 10% on anything I bill over $52250 per quarter Contracted-60 days notice required for both parties; can break contract for any reason Noncompete for 1 year in that county only (not the county I live in) and that speciality only Mon-Thurs (4 10 hr shifts = just 40 hrs a week) Typical week for him includes 65 patients a day, 8 deliveries a week, and 6-8 surgeries a week I will have to build my own patient schedule as he has never had a PA only PA students (little concerned he has never had a PA and in his mid 60's) 3 weeks PTO, 1 week CME 2500 CME (includes fees, dues, licensure) Malpractice with tail coverage included Pays for my health insurance (family coverage is available but extra) No 401K offered Gave no reference to evals/raises/increase structure but when asked stated we could discuss them anytime I desired No call SP says he has no expectations for me and will fully train me; I can begin seeing patients when I feel ready as early or late as I am comfortable with Moonlighting ok, doesn't need approval 2) Peds Ortho with travel for large multispeciality practice; typically 5 clinic days/2-3 OR mornings with first assist duties 90K base salary with statement of "bonus may be given by SP physician and will vary" (got a flat "no" when I countered with 94 to try to make it equal to my prev offer) Starting pay of $15 an hour until I have licensure (they stated temp licensure would suffice) NO contract-letter of intent only and states "may be terminated at will" at bottom (I used to work for this company and never had any issues before but this bothers me) NO noncompete Mon-Fri with no definitive schedule; M, W, TR are OR mornings and clinic the other times Multiple locations each day with lunch used to travel to a different office His current PA said she was "happy" with her hours and only offered that they varied with two "long days" a week I'm estimating at least 55 hrs a week with drive time 2 weeks PTO, 1 week sick, 1 week CME $2500 CME (includes fees, dues, licensure); must be paid back if I leave within 1 year of them paying for it Malpractice with tail coverage included Stated his patient load and surgery schedule varied by season (busier when kids are in school and playing sports and when deductibles are met) Health insurance begins after 90 days; I am responsible for the cost and that was not provided 401K with 4% matching Ignored my question about raises/eval when I asked in email I have since found out the company states they are on a salary freeze which began 4 years ago when I worked there! Call (two types: phone post ops and level 1 trauma hospital call 1-2 times a month); gave no clear layout for this or how this factored in to pay; there is nothing about this in the "letter of intent" Option to work UC once I am trained (stated this would be an extra hourly rate but did not state how much and said this could be discussed later if I was interested) He covers 8 locations and I would be responsible for half of them once fully trained...so lots of travel Mileage reimbursed at .52 to any location outside of my home facility Monthly cellphone stipend of $100 PA friendly company-facility has multiple (55+) PAs and frequently hires new grads so I'm assuming he understands the training process States he is willing to train me and also has a PA to train with that has been with him for a 1 year (last one was there 6 years before moving out of state) I've always wanted to do peds ortho so that excites me, but I was a little disheartened by the immediate "no" to my counter offer and the lack of structure in their letter of intent. I had to press for the benefits to be sent as it simply stated eligible for benefits and PTO. It's kind of like pulling teeth to get information that seems like it should be included without question. Also, the bolded statement saying they could "fire me at will" requiring my signature makes me uneasy as a new grad. The lack of job schedule and description is somewhat worrisome too. I would love to have a little bit of heads up on my schedule as I have a family and a 9 year old. Maybe this is common for ortho though?? Sounds like they plan to work me to as much as possible for little as possible. Should I just accept this if this is my dream speciality, do my time as a new grad, and bolt once I've gained experience? Also, is this offer even fair? Does this offer seem sketchy or am I being paranoid? Women's health has NEVER been a field I've had any interest in, but the SP seems amazing! I've heard that's so important for new grads. Plus, he has been waiting on me to finish to school saying he felt like I was the perfect fit for his office and practice. Four 10 hr shifts is also nice for my family. His offer was more structured, clear and reasonable. He originally offered 88 and then fully accepted my counter offer stating he wanted me to feel I was an equal in his practice should I decide to take the position. I feel like if I go down the Women's Health road, it will be harder for me to transition to any other speciality. Ok. I've rambled long enough. Thank you in advance!
  5. Is this a good offer? I'm a new grad. It's a multi-specialty service medical center, mostly low income patients, a lot of medicare, some Medic-aid, and the rest HMO/PPO. Position is in Internal Med/Family Med (but with some peds from overflow) and some opportunities to round in-patient hospital (if desired) or first assist with general/vascular surgeon (if desired). Patient load 3-4 per hour (20-25 a day). This place seems new to hiring PAs (only 1 newly hired PA currently there and 1 NP). It seems they want to allow the new PA to try working in different aspects in order to keep the job interesting. Currently it seems the PA there is doing a lot of senior physical exams, with a mix of general internal med/family med practice. 40 hours/week M-F, no call, no weekends. Opportunities to earn more during urgent care hours (if desired). --$94,000 per year (~$45/hr) --Quarterly bonuses based on performance metrics, which are paid out every 3 months, but basically equate to 11% of salary or an additional $5/hr, so $104,050 ($50/hr) if all quarterly bonuses met. These are not guaranteed though. This is a new thing they’re doing and don’t know the exact details of it all. --PTO: 11 days (this is standard across the board for all their employees so probably NON-negotiable) --3 sick days per year --9 paid holidays --Full malpractice insurance with tail coverage. --Health insurance and dental (sponsored plans cost from $1000-$3000 /year out of paycheck) --CME is offered at their local affiliated hospital (free, and they pay hospital privileges). No mention of the time off for CME or if other CME expenses covered. --401k with 3% matching Flexibility to try working in specialties is the main thing about this offer. Thanks ahead of time for your help!!!
  6. Hi everyone, just wanted to see what opinions there were in regards to this new grad job offer. I was offered a salary of $72k working in 4 hospitals primarily doing consults (10-20 patients/day), on call every other weekend, and every other holiday off. Hospital application fees would be paid for. The medical malpractice is included, along with health/dental insurance. There will be 2 weeks paid vacation. There is probation of 6 months, at which time the physician will reevaluate efficiency/skills and may consider a raise. The furthest distance is ~12mi but with heavy Miami traffic. I am going to be graduating this August, and therefore do not have much clinical experience yet. Please let me know what you think, I appreciate it!
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