I work for a hospital system and the NPPs have a mix of the same benefits for hospital staff, nursing, and physicians. Our PTO, medical/dental/etc. insurances, discounts at area businesses and such is the same as all hospital employees. We do have CME (paid at $1000 less than the physicians receive), paid malpractice insurance
(I have my own coverage in addition, though), fees paid to the state to register our collaborating physicians, etc. Renewing my DEA or other licenses/certificates must come out of my CME funds, which is not great.
There is definitely a hierarchy amongst providers, which is awkward but that's the way the physicians want it, so I don't see that changing. For instance, the docs have a lounge with big-screen TVs and a chef available so if they're seeing patients at an odd time of day, they can still get a meal prepared. The NPPs have a lounge that is rarely cleaned and includes a bunch of high-carb snacks we can access 24/7.