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  1. I am a soon to be new grad currently in the NYC area looking at jobs in the NYC area as well as back in my home state of Pennsylvania. I was just wondering if anyone could give me some insight as to how they like working for Geisinger (salary, benefits, work load, etc.) I know the salary in PA isn't so great, but the pay here in NYC isn't much better, especially when you look at the cost of living. If I get a job through Geisinger I could live at home and put a large chunk of my salary towards paying off my loans. I am mainly interested in Emergency Medicine (if they even hire new grads?) and Hospitalist positions. Thanks!
  2. I was wondering if anyone in ortho can give me an idea of what a routine day is like in clinic? Pre and post op visit? Asses and Dx various MSK conditions? Joint Injections? Splinting and cutting off cast? Is it possible for ortho PAs to help with clinic and rounding on hospital patients and not be involved in surgery? Thanks!
  3. For those that are currently in PA school, or are out there practicing, could you please elaborate on your experiences during school and the after years. Some PA programs are literally right next/intertwined with medical student classes; did you ever hear them complaining about wishing to go to PA school instead or vice versa (you wish you went to med school). Are PA's respected in hospital setting by both patients and physicians? Thanks for any help.
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