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  1. **Job Opportunity near Phoenix, Arizona** The clinic I work with is looking for a Medical Assistant (Certification is preferred but it's okay if you do not have it). The clinic is called APEX Physicians. We specialize in infectious diseases and travel medicine. You get to work closely with the physicians and PA and its great medical experience! As of right now we are busy with a lot of COVID-19 patients and would love the help. If you are interested in the position please email: mdampem@apexphysiciansid.com In the email attach your resume/CV and the following quest
  2. I wanted to start a post for this campus. I submitted my application in late May and got a call yesterday from someone confirming some prerequisites. It made me feel like we may be getting news soon! I'm really interested in this program!! Any interview invites yet?
  3. Hey! I am wondering if any of you guys have found ways to get experience in the OR as part of your HCE aside from becoming a certified surgical tech? I am planning to apply to PA school next cycle (to matriculate 2018) and I'm currently working as a certified medical assistant (after getting my B.S. in biotechnology), but I'd love to get a job in an OR. However, all the OR jobs I've found require at least the two year surgical tech degree and I definitely don't want to spend all the time and money becoming a surg tech when I'm planning to apply to PA school. Has anybody ever gotten to w
  4. Seen by a PA, presumed ingestion and missed meningitis. Reserving any judgements as details are unknown. Lawsuit filed by family. The husband of a Brooklyn woman who died of an untreated form of meningitis, slammed Coney Island Hospital with a lawsuit Thursday alleging that his wife was misdiagnosed as emotionally disturbed or suffering from an illegal drug reaction by "careless" and "negligent" medical staff. Grisel Soto, 47, spent her last hours alive strapped to a gurney and prescribed anti-psychotic medication, while the lethal infection raged in her brain. After she arr
  5. Eastern is starting a PA Program in May of 2014, pending accreditation next September. Site: http://www.emich.edu/chhs/pa.html Admissions info: http://www.emich.edu/chhs/pdf/PA%20Admissions%20Info%208-21-12.pdf Looks like there's an info session on December 10th for those in the area.
  6. Hi all. I start PA school in the fall. My husband and I want to have a baby and would rather not wait until PA school is over (despite the rigorous program), as I will be 32 at that point (and we want 3 kids!). For those women who are/were pregnant in PA school, is it better to have a newborn during the didactic or clinical portion? We will live 30 minutes from school and hire a nanny or do daycare during the week. Your thoughts/insight are much appreciated
  7. Hello...i have a bachelors professional degree as a pa...but now i'm wondering which direction should i pursue a masters in...is there any future for a well paid reasonable job in informatics or should i get a masters in teaching as this allow me to be part of faculty but whose jobs are few and far between...any advise guys....where does the future in informatics lie for pa as a profession...what do u think?
  8. See below...I'm not wild about the phase in...so I have to take PANRE this year, and then again in 2018, AND THEN be phased in....WTF?? Also, I need more information on the PI-CME.....Not sure how they are defining this. 10-Year Certification Maintenance Cycle and New CME Requirements Coming Soon Beginning in 2014, certified physician assistants will transition to a 10-year certification maintenance cycle, a change from the current six-year certification maintenance and retesting requirement that has been in effect since recertification was first introduced in 1981. That change is
  9. I'm a junior at the University of Florida with a 2.3 science GPA and a 2.8 overall. I know, it's bad. I talked to an advisor today and she told me I would have to graduate on time regardless of me not finishing my PA pre-reqs. I don't know how people have stayed at UF for over 4 years because it seems like they just want me to finish up my psych degree and graduate! So I was wondering what my other options could be. Are there postbacc programs that are more geared towards PA and not ones that require that you have taken the MCAT and such? Or is there a way for me to delay graduation?
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