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NCCPA: Certification. Excellence. NCCPA is the only credentialing organization for PAs in the US. As of 12/31/18 there were approx. 131,000 Certified PAs.
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NCCPA Jul 19
9.1 million patients every week are grateful for the care you are ALL providing. 131,000 and growing!
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NCCPA Jul 19
In 2010, only 20.2% of Americans owned a smartphone. Now, heart conditions can be monitored through smart watches and other wearables. Share your story - what changes have you seen in the last 10 years?
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NCCPA Jul 18
Physicians who bring onto their team trust them with the most important thing in their practice -- your care.
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nccPA Health Fdn Jul 18
. Grantee Emily Hedley, MSM, PA-C used funding from our grant to fill free sunscreen dispensers in her local parks! Did you know there is a method to selecting sunscreen? The explains how to pick the best sunscreen:
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NCCPA Jul 17
You may already be familiar with two-factor authentication. Banks use it, employer portals use it and now NCCPA is proactively offering it in your PA profile to help ensure that your information is protected. Sign up for two-factor authentication:
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NCCPA Jul 17
Did you know David Kuhns, PA-C Emeritus, was the first PA with Doctors without Borders ?
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NCCPA Jul 17
This is great work PA students! 🦷
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NCCPA Jul 17
Just imagine how much changes in 10 years! Can you think of something that has changed in medicine since your last recertification assessment? Share using !
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NCCPA Jul 17
Replying to @SeanConroyPAc
Do you do these frequently? !
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NCCPA Jul 17
Congrats!
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NCCPA Jul 17
working in cardiothoracic and vascular surgery have the highest median number of hours worked per week. How many hours per week do you work?
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NCCPA Jul 16
If you are a Certified PA in emergency medicine, what are some procedures you do that patients may not know?
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NCCPA Jul 16
Is your patient load comparable to other Certified PAs in your specialty? How does your salary compare to other Certified PAs in the country? Update or complete your PA Professional Profile in your NCCPA record to view comparison reports:
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nccPA Health Fdn Jul 14
Do you take measures to enhance oral health in your practice? Check out why the nccPA Health Foundation believes in putting the mouth back into the body. Oral health is critical to overall health. Take a look!
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NCCPA Jul 15
73% of the Certified PAs participating in the Pilot Alternative to PANRE finished the first quarter of questions within one day. Read more updates on the Pilot that were presented during 2019:
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NCCPA Jul 15
JUST RELEASED -- PA demographics, services provided, patient encounters, hours worked, payer mix, income range for Certified PAs in 23 specialties! Take a look:
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NCCPA Jul 12
If you are a Certified PA in family medicine/general practice, what are some procedures you do that patients may not know?
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NCCPA Jul 12
What a great way to learn while serving members of your community! Way to go UNC !
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NCCPA Jul 12
Learn how to save, study and share the story of your profession’s history and legacy during this fun, hands-on activity that has been approved for 12 AAPA Category 1 CME credits! Register now for the 's PA Historian Boot Camp!
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