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Hey all...I was wondering if anyone is willing to offer their thoughts on the gyn offer I have as a new grad.


Here are the basics:


In-office gynecology only, no OB. In addition to routine gyn visitis, will provide procedures (colpos, endometrial bx, external cryrotherapy) after receiving further training on these procedures.


40 hours per week, M-F with rotating schedule with 4 other providers for covering Saturday clinic hours.

Approximately 2-4 patients per hour.

$42/hour, eligible for overtime


10 days paid vacation (eligible after 6 months of employment)

12 days paid sick leave

10.5 days paid holidays

3 days paid CME +$700


Medical, dental, vision insurance; employer pays 96% of premiums

Life, long-term disability, accidental death/dismemberment insurance available;

employer pays 100% premiums

Flexible benefits plans available

403(b) pension plan available


All this in a cute coastal Southern California town, and as an added bonus the office is less than 1 mile from my house.


Note: I would be the first non-physician provider that is not an NP...does anyone have experience with a similar situation? Advice?


Aside from the seemingly low allowance for CME, does anyone else have any thoughts? I definitely appreciate any feedback....

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