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Never. state run by government.

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Palliative Care and hospice as healthcare itself look only to make extreme money. They do not care about you. You as a patient are a disease process and a medical record number to bill for. Medicare is trying to save dollars keeping you out of the ER/hospitals with palliative care until they can kick you to hospice and a mortician gets you. Corporations do not see people cry or suffer. They want profits, not a sad song filled with tears. Or come let me help you during this time. I have been in the death industry and medical industry for 21 years working in hospice. I now mix between palliative care and hospice because hospice has become stale as palliative care came in dried up numbers for hospice care. Hospice is now a hobby with out a feeder system of palliative care. Just like home health will feed palliative care. So sad as we will be judged for our attitude and greed. God sees this. Employees will always be demanded to work 60-100 a week in a salary position for regular week and on call. There will never be a work/life balance. It’s just not built for it. The machine has to be fed day and night. I still have 10 more notes to do from on call today.

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A salary of over $100,000 for starting NPs is not unreasonable.

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I enjoy working daily

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Depends. If you are a full time APP you see approximately 6 units per day. One follow up visit with an established patient = 1 unit. A new patient is considered an initial visit. The visit is longer and is considered 2 units. So your day should add up to 6 units per day. With a mic of follow up and initial visits.

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Princeton, eatonville, winter park

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