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Hi, I was curious if anyone knew specific rules or regulations regarding a PA owning their own clinic in New York; or what website has this detailed information?

If anyone has gone through this as well, that would be great.

I know PA owned cosmetic medi-spa's; but not so much medical clinics offering cosmetics. Thanks

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For those PAs who own cosmetic medi-spas, I was hoping somebody who has successfully done so would let me know if it's feasible? My mom is an esthetician and that's something I'd like to open with her in the future...

 

 

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Hi

Did you find out more about PA owned practice in NY yet? I am also trying to go through the process now. The rules are very confusing in NYS... Not sure if anyone gone thru it yet?

https://issuu.com/paassist/docs/aapa_summary_of_physician_assistant_ownership

I am in family medicine and I have a supervising MD who is willing to partner up with me now. But both of us not sure how the partnership involving PA work in NYS.

would really appreciate any feedback if anyone had looked into more 

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looked into it extensively about 7 years ago and there is regulations/rules on the books that specifically ban PA ownership -  Best do your homework and hire an attorney 

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