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As an orthopedic PA, In our group we get 400/night. 1700/weekend. Our MD’s have to take one week a month without extra pay. Anything above that is 3-4k/week.April 20, 2019 at 12:49 pm MST in reply to: Anyone working 1:2 or even 1:1 call? And if so how much do you make? #208143
You could post the position at AAPA (American Academy of Physician Assistants). You could also post it at your state PA chapter.
My 3 and 5 year old sons love the “blippi” youtube videos. He plays with toys and goes to amusement parks and factory tours. He is super goofy but the kids love it.
Depends what specialty you are in. I can count on one hand the amount of times I have used a stethoscope in the last 5 years. Ortho…
Not allowed access. We can be fired if we look at our record. We have access to our chart through the online patient portal.April 22, 2017 at 10:26 am MST in reply to: are you permitted to read your medical chart at work? #44738
I had to turn it off. Between Personal Capital and Mint, I was getting 5-10 texts a day.March 24, 2017 at 8:07 pm MST in reply to: Vanguard 2 factor authentication and Mint or Personal Capital #41187
I have had Wednesdays off in the past and really liked that. You only have to survive 2 days at work and then a break. I have Fridays off now. The 3 day weekend gets long with 3 little kids.
16k/year for each child (3). My kids are 1, 3, 5. I will probably theottle back at age 10 and assess. Want to have 200K per child at 18. Trying to front load.
Othopedic surgery. 140K base plus call pay (call pay is 1300/weekend, 240/night weeknight). Higher COL area.
My father is a dentist. I thought about dental school and medical school, but ultimately became a PA. I enjoy what I do, work 40 hours a week and make about 160K/year. Pretty good return for only 2 years of school. 450K seems like way too much debt.