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  1. We have spots available still for the Pediatric Sports Medicine Conference: Managing Pain in Your Young Athletes After Injuries on January 11th, 2020 at UC Berkeley. More info below! Download: PEDIATRIC SPORTS MEDICINE CONFERENCE FLIER Registration http://bit.ly/UCSFsportsmed2020 Cost $175
  2. 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 per
  3. 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!
  4. 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 da
  5. 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.
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