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I was wondering if I could get some advice from folks with EM experience on what is a fair request for an annual raise. I've been with my current company (hospital) for 1.5 years but was with the independent group that worked for that hospital for 1.5 years prior to this (essentially I've been in the same ED for 3 years, we got out by the hospital 1.5 years ago). I've never received or requested any pay increase in the 1.5 years I've been categorized as a hospital employee. We're purely hourly, no RVU bonuses. I was wondering what a typical annual raise would be for an ED PA, and plan on askin
I've been a PA for 3 years, with almost 2 years at my current job. I work in a hospital urgent care next to the ED in rural WNC. I work mostly evenings, sometimes as late as 1 AM plus every other weekend. I work 4 days a week. I'm currently making $82k plus benefits and bonus potential based on pt satisfaction surveys. They just started doing the bonus potential this year and I got about $1,700 before taxes. I've been here almost 2 years and haven't had a raise. I typically see about 20 ppd and do lots of procedures. The last fiscal year I generated $372,429. Based on this information how much
Hello, I'm a PA in WI working in neurology. I started at my job right after graduating with an initial salary of $72,800 with "productivity bonuses." Although the salary seemed low, I assumed that it was because the bonuses made up for it. Plus, I didn't feel like I had much bargaining power being a new grad. After a year of taking on my own patients and getting a full schedule, I only received the standard 3% raise, putting me at 75000. My manager at the time was extremely intimidating and I didn't push things too hard. Luckily we have a new manager who is very nice and accomodating.