Which job?????

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    Am a fairly new APN and been looking for a nice NP job. I finally was offered 2 positions and having a tough time deciding. The one is for a private MD who wants me for reducing admissions in a nursing home and for his office pending volume. He is very nice and easy to talk with. The other is working with a neurology group doing all inpatient care. Both offered pretty decent packages just so unsure which is the right one. Help!!!!!
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    I would prefer inpatient because it sounds like less scut work but having a easy to talk to/work with MD is a big plus.
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    Quote from lmccrn62
    Am a fairly new APN and been looking for a nice NP job. I finally was offered 2 positions and having a tough time deciding. The one is for a private MD who wants me for reducing admissions in a nursing home and for his office pending volume. He is very nice and easy to talk with. The other is working with a neurology group doing all inpatient care. Both offered pretty decent packages just so unsure which is the right one. Help!!!!!
    Has the MD had an NP partner before? If not it may be a tough transition for a new grad, but if he/she treats you like a partner, that could also be a very good job.

    The Urology group have other NPs? The only thing I would caution there is that sometimes speciality inpatient groups hire NPs to act like interns/residents and you end up actually doing more scut work than if you were an equal partner.
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    I would say go with your gut. Only you know what is going to make you happy. I personally would go with the Neurology group but it is really a personal preference and what kind of patient population you want to work with. Good luck and congrats on having two offers!!


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