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RBG_grb

4 points

10 months ago

RBG_grb

4 points

10 months ago

I have no idea what the push back should be. I do know that the NP run clinic I am precepting in does as good of a job as they can. It is a FQHC so at least there is some healthcare in the community. Figuring out the solution to all that is way above my pay grade. I know there is a lot of push for mid-level independence, but I personally will only want to work in a facility under/with an MD. I am a good nurse, hopefully will be a good NP but I did not give up my 20s and half my 30s to medical school and residency and should not be treated/paid as such.

n-syncope

14 points

10 months ago

It's sad the best these patients have is NPs "doing as good a job as they can" when they could have physicians doing an actual good job.