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30+ days ago

Physician Assistant

American Academy of Physician Assistants Baltimore, MD +9 locations

Baltimore, MD: Towson Orthopaedic Associates, Orthopaedics (General Orthopaedics/Joint Replacement), Full Time. Marylands largest orthopaedic group… Glassdoor


11 days ago

Physician Assistant - Internal Medicine

American Academy of Physician Assistants Baltimore, MD

Under general supervision, is responsible for the clinical management of patients in accordance with hospital, State and National regulatory agency… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Physician Assistant for Cardiology Department

American Academy of Physician Assistants Baltimore, MD

Physician Assistant for Cardiology Department Baltimore, MD MedStar Good Samaritan Hospital is a 303-bed adult care community teaching hospital… Glassdoor


14 days ago

Physician Assistant, Emergency Medicine Experience

American Academy of Physician Assistants Baltimore, MD

Physician Assistant, Emergency Medicine Experience Baltimore, MD MedStar Emergency Physicians is currently recruiting for emergency… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Physician Assistants - Various Specialities - Sinai Hospital – new

American Academy of Physician Assistants Baltimore, MD

Part of LifeBridge Health, Sinai Hospital of Baltimore features state-of-the-art facilities and renowned Centers of Excellence some with national and… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Opportunity for PA WITH professional sports team/sports concussion medicine prac

American Academy of Physician Assistants Baltimore, MD

They are seeking a physician assistant with a strong interest/expertise in sport medicine concussion management to work with an establish neurology… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Exceptional Physician Assistant Leader - Observation Care (FT & Per Diem)

American Academy of Physician Assistants Baltimore, MD

MEP Health is seeking exceptional physician assistants to join our growing company. Our providers are driven to deliver outstanding care in the… Glassdoor


24 days ago

Physician Assistant - Emergency Medicine

American Academy of Physician Assistants College Park, MD

We are seeking experienced Physician Assistants for Emergency Medicine openings in Maryland and Virginia. Candidates with 1+ years of recent ER PA… Glassdoor


24 days ago

Physician Assistant Surgery (General/Orthopedics, or Neuro/Trauma Surgical

American Academy of Physician Assistants Bethesda, MD

The Physician Assistant provides health care services to patients under the direction and responsibility of the attending physicians and the clinical… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Orthopaedic Physician Assistant

American Academy of Physician Assistants Annapolis, MD

Physicians Inpatient Care Specialist, LLC (MDICS) is a private hospitalist group that partners with hospitals to provide quality patient care. We… Glassdoor


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    I have been working at American Academy of Physician Assistants full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Profession is still small enough that you really get to know the people you work for and for the most part they are a great profession to work for. Leave time is very generous if you ever have a chance to take it. Benefits are lukewarm--vision and dental not great and health plan is increasingly not competitive. Most of the staff that you will encounter are some of the best people you could ever work for. There is a gallows humor among the lower-level staff, and the spirit that we are all in this together.

    Cons

    Upper management are cruel. That's the best way I can put it. They do not listen, as is evidenced by reactions from them when the annual "climate survey" is done. Reactions such as "I'm not changing" when confronted with very specific accounts of upper management on staff abuse. I've never seen so many grown women cry at their desks. People are physically burned out from their jobs because there is a nonstop, relentless amount of work. Most of upper management are older and don't have young families, so holidays, special occasions and other non-work related obligations must be abandoned in favor of work, work, work. There is always a budget crisis, and salaries and merit increases are calculated based on a strange algorithm that changes from year to year. Board of directors only seems interested in seeing their name in the paper and being talking heads on the news, so most of your work is directed at making sure they have what they need. Meanwhile, what you were actually hired to do gets shoved aside to deal with the crisis du jour. Most of the rank and file membership feel free to snark and abuse the organization on social media, so the other chunk of your time is spent putting out those fires. All in all, its sort of depressing. You will be told that it's "disruptive innovation" or whatever the latest corporate business buzzword, but the bottom line is that its FUBAR.

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    Any advice here would be a waste of my time. They won't listen.

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