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I am one of five mid-levels in a specialty clinic that works both in the outpatient and inpatient setting. They have recently offered me the position of Lead PA, however given that this is a new title in our company, I am working with management on appropriate compensation. Does anyone have advice on a stipend, monthly increase or bonus that is typically given with a Lead PA or Head PA position?

 

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What, if any, new or expanded duties will you be taking on?  Will this impact your time in terms of patient care or will you be able to lessen the # of clinical days to handle admin stuff.  While I cannot answer your question, it may give those that can a better idea of how to answer.  Also, what is your current pay based on?

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I am one of five mid-levels in a specialty clinic that works both in the outpatient and inpatient setting. They have recently offered me the position of Lead PA, however given that this is a new title in our company, I am working with management on appropriate compensation. Does anyone have advice on a stipend, monthly increase or bonus that is typically given with a Lead PA or Head PA position?

 

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Our leads get 8%. This represents the extra time above and beyond their regular shift doing evaluations, going to meetings etc.

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when I was lead pa for 2 yrs for a group of 12 pa/nps I made 10% over base pay.

lots of 7 am mtgs after getting off at 2 am. lots of scheduling fights.

wasn't worth it.

never again.

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I am a lead PA.  My duties include schedule making, orientation & training of new midlevels, review of midlevels, management meetings, implementation and review of policies, etc  Agree with 10% over base. 

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