MedServ60Driver Posted November 19, 2015 Share Posted November 19, 2015 Good evening everyone. I'm still early in my quest to become a PA. I'm on Active Duty in the military and taking one prerequisite at a time with the goal of only needing one full time semester at school along with a year or so of HCE after leaving active duty before starting PA school. I would like to moonlight some part time work to get the ball rolling on my HCE, but locally any scribe, tech, etc jobs require the certification v. OJT. Unfortunately my average duty and class schedules would not allow for me to get the training done anytime soon. Enter the role of the transporter. The hospital near my house is hiring in this job right now. While I know it is not the same quality experience as being a scribe, EMT, tech, etc, is it a good start and a good way to get exposed to the hospital environment? With no training required and variable shifts, I figure it is better than nothing. Thoughts? Any input is greatly appreciated. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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