The depth of knowledge is drastically different when you are practicing.

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One clear distinction between training as a physician and a PA is the length of time. This sub is intended as a repository of sources and a place of discussion regarding INDEPENDENT midlevel (NP/PA) practice.

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To become a medical doctor, you must spend four years in medical school and at least.
Your experience as a PA will only help you, you will be more mature and you will have made some money on the side to help with the cost of tuition.
It is designed to highlight the differences.

Typically, doctors complete four years of medical school, followed by an internship and residency.

Ask yourself, do you want to have in depth clinical knowledge? The training of a PA and MD/DO are very different (2 years vs.

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Starting salaries for PA's are 75-110K depending on. You will finish after 3 years and have a job with more than decent pay. Middle-Aged. . Vote.

People in both roles complete a bachelor's degree in pre-med or a similar field, such as biology, nutrition, public health or biochemistry.

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NP vs PA Scope of Practice.

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PA vs MD.

Also the hours put into independent shelf exam studying in addition to doing 80 hour clerkship weeks in M3 count as training.

The closest comparison you may want to make is PA vs FP doc, since we are both trained as generalists in our field of medicine.