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Mandatory for first license. Better than it used to be. At least now there are regional reps...a decade ago everybody had to travel to Columbia to meet with a board member along with your supervising physician. Not a popular policy. To make matters worse, at that time I had to go meet AGAIN whenever I wanted to change jobs/SPs. They got rid of that just a few years ago.

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My SC ''interview'' was a group of PA's , MD/DO's. A physician addressed us a group basically stating don't do anything stupid because the medical board takes infractions very seriously. It was over in 5 minutes and we were on our way. YMMV, but this is how mine went down. Where will you fellow SC PA's be practicing? 

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