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  1. http://tbo.com/news/crime/man-uses-stethoscope-to-choke-physician-assistant-sarasota-deputies-say-20150505/ Well, that would make a particularly bad day...
  2. Physician Assistant Wanted: Post Date 10/23/2014 Title Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant FT/PT Part-Time Location Waldorf City Waldorf State Maryland Description Pain and Wellness Center of Maryland is looking for a part-time Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant. http://www.pwcentermd.com EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: (List does not include all duties assigned) Interested and ability to perform successfully in a pain management office Performs complete physical exams, obtains complete medical histories, and records findings. Maintains and reviews patient records, charts and other pertinent information. Orders (and, as appropriate, performs) appropriate laboratory and diagnostic procedures. Determines preliminary diagnoses and therapeutic plans by obtaining, interpreting and integrating data. Posts tests and examination results as appropriate. Must be able to perform or be trained to do EMG/NCS, musculoskeletal and joint injections Instructs patient/family regarding medications and treatments, educates patients/family regarding health and illness prevention, and recommends community resources to meet patient and family needs. Assists physicians in managing acute and long-term medical needs of patients. Provides monitoring and continuity of care between physician visits. Triages family telephone calls and provides consultation. Requirements EDUCATION: Successful completion of an approved Nurse Practitioner program or Physician Assistant program. EXPERIENCE: No experience required, physician willing to train the right person but clinical experience always preferable. CERTIFICATION/LICENSE: Current Advanced Practical Nurse certification or current Physician Assistant certification. Please send all resumes to info@pwcentermd.com
  3. The first iteration of "PrimeCare" was a home office based practice limited to Internal Medicine House-Calls. (For details do a search as this was circa 2003-2005) The grand opening/open house of the second iteration of "PrimeCare PLLC" is scheduled for 15 Oct 2011. Yr # 1---> Addiction Medicine (Suboxone, Vivitrol, CBT, DBT, Guided Imagery) Yr # 2---> Add Pain Management (Accupuncture, CBT, Medication) Yr # 4---> Add Limited "Concierge" Internal Medicine HouseCalls
  4. Hi All, Our pain practice has expanded and now requires the services of a PA. If you know anyone who would be suitable for a day medical center I would appreciate the lead as so far recruiting websites have yielded below par results. Our biggest requirement is 2 years clinical experience preferably in anesthesia, pain management, internal medicine, neurology, or orthopedics. Our website is http://www.lifestreamhealth.com which will show you a little bit about our practice. Send me an email at ryan@lifestreamhealth.com if you know anyone appropriate. I appreciate the help! Best Regards, Ryan Lyles
  5. Hi, I am recently a new grad and just received an offer in pain management. It'll be 5 days a week, no call, no holidays. The offer was $63,000. To me that seems very low. I'm not sure if they do this expecting you to negotiate higher? I really need and would like this job, but I feel it should start higher. Any suggestions on negotiation? Thank you!
  6. 1. Does anyone have any suggestions on really good pain management books for a new grad going into the PM world? 2. I cannot find anywhere if PAs are allowed to prescribe their first year in Pennsylvania. Does anyone happen to know? Thanks!!
  7. Hello, and thanks for reading this! I'm looking for answers from a very specific group of physician assistants! I work for a 500 bed hospital as their inpatient pain PA. My requirements include handling all inpatient pain management consults, managing post-op epidurals and PCA's, and daily rounds, among other things. I'm currently in the middle of a crossfire between pain management staff and admitting physicians. I don't want to say much more about the issues so as not to skew results. I'm hoping my fellow PA's can provide me with a little information. If you are a physician assistant who handles INPATIENT PAIN MANAGEMENT for a hospital (our outpatient side isn't affected), can you please answer these questions? 1. Yes or No - Do you assume management of the patient's pain issues while they are inpatients? This includes writing orders, daily rounds, etc. 2. If you answered NO to question 1, what is your role in terms of inpatient pain management? 3. If you answered YES to question 1, do you assume management of your inpatients as outpatients upon discharge? 4. If you answered YES to question 1, do you write for the patient's pain medication upon discharge? I thank you in advance for your help with these questions. I hope to hear from my peers as your input is very important to me. Again, thank you VERY much! Sincerely, Scott Petersen, PA-C PS -- please let me know how many beds your hospital has. Thanks!
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