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  1. Monday to Friday 9-5. No weekends. But I’ve shadowed on Monday and they usually stay late. When the doctor is there the work seems very secretarial. Calling about results a lot of the time from what I’ve seen. There’s a PA there that’s been there for 3 years and even she seems to spend most of the time at the computer. But I will get to do joint injections and the standard pain management stuff. Benefits: 80k + 10k signing bonus (repaid in full if I leave within two years) Insurances Full Licensing, DEA, and credentialing; Full $750 CME 2 weeks paid for vacation and sick leave 1 week paid for CME Malpractice Covered with No tail (but tail seems to be required) 2 Year, 15 mile non-compete (they have 3 offices) Oh and they want me to start as an MA at $16/hr while my licensing is going through. Pretty bad huh?
  2. Hello All, Under the direction of the physician, the Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant performs delegated medical acts consistent with the skills, training, education and competence of physician assistants and within the scope of the practice of the supervising physician. Qualifications: - Experience: Graduate of an accredited Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Program - Licensure: A valid California State issued Certification for Nurse Practitioners or Physician Assistants- Experience with chronic pain population (preferred not required)Requirements:- Patience, willingness to learn and strong interpersonal skillsIf you meet the above requirements and looking for an exciting place of work, with great benefits and excellent salary. Please take a moment to share your experience and apply by submitting a resume. If yourself or anyone you know is interested, please submit resume to Eric@Symbiontmed.com. Thank you for your time!
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