Just asking, brother. Congratulations on the new job. I thought you were a FT firefighter gone bank teller. 😅
The 2nd part of my post was just general advice for everyone- not directed at you specifically.
A couple of good free options are are www.clark.com and www.daveramsey.com for financial planning, advice, and resources on building wealth and getting out of debt. They both also have syndicated radio shows where the dole out free advice for all things consumer and...
I had a good Twitter..@PSDmedic... but apparently it died also. 👎
@GrimmyGrimes, Regarding your four year plan- just to be up front with you, don’t waste you time focusing on anything current for a plan that far out. Things change in contracting and remote med faster than you can imagine...
Me? Yeah, I said I read it in the OP, brother.
I was jw if they also sent a real one like the old times past... something a little more legit than something I print out and gets all chewed up over time. (Come to think of it, the ones they used to send used to get chewed up also, but a flimsy...
True. I got denied one time because my total cholesterol was too high (not fasting).
Went on a 7 day green tea diet and slid in under the radar on the next blood draw.
And I’m not an unhealthy guy- you’ve met me. I’m normal BMI and work out all the time. Just have an undying love for burritos...
I don’t think the PA organizations would go for it. They’d lobby against it. There are already a lot of EM PAs and EM is a part of PA training.
If you want to got from medic to PA then put in the work and do it. Creating a separate role isn’t sensible IMO.