I am currently still in NP school (2 semesters to go ). I have been talkin with a nephrologist about possibly adding an NP to his practice. In doing so, he has asked me if I would be interested in working for him after graduation. He has a very large practice for the area in which we are located. He and one other nephrologist (they are currently recruiting new partners as well) See 60+ patients between 2 local hospitals daily, 20+ patients/day in clinic and have over 300 outpatient dialysis patients between 7 local dialysis clinics. He is looking to add an NP to cover the 300 or so dialysis clinic patients. While there have been no specifics discussed in terms of a contract, he did tell me that he is considering highering the NP on with productivity reimbursement only (no salary/hourly wage). However, he is not talking about being reimbursed for what I bill, he is referring to a fixed amount per patient seen.This was his proposal, "I will give you $10/patient you see. If you see all 300 patients in one week, that's $3000/week or $150,000/year. That's more than many physicians make after overhead." Like I said before, there were no other specifics discussed in regards to benefits.My questions to you are:1) What are your thoughts on this offer? 2) What questions should I be asking and/or negotiating when the time comes?3) Is it even possible to see 300 patients/week? I mean, that's 60/day if you work 5 days/week.4) Can any of you that are currently practicing in outpatient dialysis tell me what all your job entails?Thanks in advance for your thoughts!Be blessed!