What are your thoughts on applying to programs with a ARC-PA probationary accreditation status (i.e., "Accreditation-Probation")?
I'm a first-time applicant, and a couple schools that I have my eye on currently have probationary statuses (Johnson & Wales University; Monmouth University). I was wondering if it's worth applying to said schools, especially to ones that have had a probationary status for more than two years.
Although these schools are still considered accredited, is it safe to apply to & then attend these schools? Do these schools prepare students to become competent & trustworthy healthcare professionals? Are these schools worth the debt? My concern is enrolling in a school with probationary accreditation and graduating as a sub par PA-C, but those are just my uncertain sentiments at the moment.
Moreover, I've read that applying to these schools may be advantageous to some who aren't considered "strong applicants" (e.g., average grades/GRE). On the other hand, I've seen "strong applicants" display their admiration & loyalty to these schools here on PA Forum. I'm confused! Let's open up the discussion!
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Seeking a mid-level provider to assist in a new outpatient clinic evaluating patients for potential medical marijuana card recommendation. This is an outpatient practice currently being developed in Providence, RI. There is no call or night shifts. Monday to Friday 8a-5p. It would be fee basis per number of patients seen daily with transition to a generous salary. Patients would be seen every 30 minutes to an hour (depending on business) ideally, at a fee of $50/patient going to the mid-level provider. Realistically 10 patients a day initially with a goal of 20 patients a day once established. It's possible the week could be split among several providers depending on what works best for those that apply. Don't miss this opportunity to help others in an area that is often overlooked...alternative medicine. We will NOT be prescribing marijuana, soliciting marijuana or in direct contact with marijuana. We are simply recommending a patient for consideration of a medical marijuana card through the Rhode Island Department of Health. Visit their website to read more on this. http://www.health.ri.gov/healthcare/medicalmarijuana/for/providers/