Physician Assistant (PA) Reviews

Q: What is it like working as a Physician Assistant (PA)?

Physician Assistant (PA) in San Diego:
"It is amazing."
Pros: all the opportunities that provides, places to visits, food
Cons: traffic

Physician Assistant (PA) in Shiprock:
"Shiprock ER PA."
Pros: Working with the Navajo people.
Cons: All of the ridiculous bureaucracy and red tape associated with working for the federal government.

Physician Assistant (PA) in Shiprock:
"Interesting work and clientele."
Pros: the people
Cons: commute

Physician Assistant (PA) in Shiprock:
"Shiprock ER PA."
Pros: Working with the Navajo People
Cons: Working as a government employee and dealing with the red tape of being a federal employee. Also, PAs with IHS receive inferior pay compared to NPs or our fellow PAs working in the civilian sector.

Physician Assistant (PA):
Good environment, and multiple other knowledgeable providers to work with. Small hospital, but lots of specialties and ability to treat many diseases. Hard working, capable nursing staff, and good culture.

Physician Assistant (PA) in Pittsburgh:
"Great city. Pay does not keep up with inflation."
Pros: People
Cons: Overcast

Physician Assistant (PA):
I enjoy working in urgent care and the staff in the clinics are great. The hours are flexible and the 12 hour shifts allow me to get my hours in 3-4 days so I can have 3-4 days home with my kiddos. Management does not communicate well and it seems as if they have no idea what goes on day to day in the clinics.