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  1. docsnq said:

    doctor as PA

    Hi,
    I am MBBS graduated outside united states.I wanted to do physician assitent course for getting F1 visa to enter in united states because to do my steps and gaining some US clinical experience.
    My question is ,Is that possible to do PA course as I am a doctor already?
    waiting for reply please help me.
    thanks
     
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    ERNEST714 said:

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    SIMPLE ANSWER IS YES.
    I have also sent you a PM
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  3. john2007 said:

    requirement

    i'm carribian medical graduate but having trouble getting into residency program. i am thinking about changing direction to PA. as carribian medical school graduate, would PA accept any of courses i took at med school or do i have to start all over in PA program.
     
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    mjl1717 said:
    Quote Originally Posted by john2007 View Post
    i'm carribian medical graduate but having trouble getting into residency program. i am thinking about changing direction to PA. as carribian medical school graduate, would PA accept any of courses i took at med school or do i have to start all over in PA program.
    Most likely you will have to start from the beginning because:
    [there is just NO easy way!] this goes for everyone reading this post !!
     
  5. sus said:

    clarification needed

    Quote Originally Posted by ERNEST714 View Post
    SIMPLE ANSWER IS YES.
    I have also sent you a PM
    what does this mean? PM???
     
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    maximillian genossa said:
    PM, PRIVATE MESSAGE.
    When you log in you see it right under your screen name and it tells you how many you have.




    Quote Originally Posted by sus View Post
    what does this mean? PM???
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  7. lmena2 said:
    I dont think that you can get a PA license anymore. A few years ago, doctors with no licenses were able to get a PA license. That has been stopped. This may only be true for florida. If you find out any other info. let me know.
     
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    lifeAgift said:
    Most PA programs require 90 credits wirht of prerequisites and then 2.5-3 years of classrooma dn clinical time to earn a masters.

    Seems more logical to come to the staes to get an MPH degree, study for the steps and then try to get into a residency/ fellow program as and MD/MPH or something.

    Or come teach as an adjunct.
     
  9. testboss said:
    I think the best practice is to get PA licensing done before applying to clinic.
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  10. Pyllins said:
    Yea for you this course is much important for settled there in abroad therefore to join the PA program to attain the diploma which is necessary to fulfill your requirement there.

    Nitin Chhoda
    Last edited by Pyllins; 10-25-2013 at 12:48 PM.
     
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