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About Jacob Bollinger, PA

Jacob Bollinger is a Licensed Physician Assistant in the state of Maryland who practices in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He specializes in acute inpatient rehabilitation. He completed his undergraduate training at Salisbury University, where he received his Bachelor of Science in Clinical Laboratory Science. After working in a hospital lab for a few years, he decided to further his education and went on to obtain his Master’s in Medical Science at the University of Maryland (Baltimore) to become a Physician Assistant. Through this training, Mr. Bollinger has worked with patients over the entire lifespan to include pediatrics to geriatrics. He has had training in numerous areas including internal medicine, emergency medicine, surgery, occupational medicine, obstetrics/gynecology, and medical writing. Geriatrics, rehabilitation, and work-life balance are some of Mr. Bollinger’s greatest interests. He enjoys spreading information about these topics to other medical professionals and communicating the importance of taking care of yourself in order to take care of patients effectively. When not writing about or practicing medicine, Mr. Bollinger enjoys spending time with his family, surfing, gardening, playing video games, or running. He enjoys participating in community events and supporting his local economy whenever he can.

Physician Assistant vs. Nurse Practitioner: Explaining the Difference to Patients

Nurse Practitioner vs Physician Assistant, explaining to patients

Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners are two divergent career paths often mistaken for one another due to their similarities. In reality, they are more similar than different, which makes it even more difficult to understand the distinction between NP’s and PA’s. So this begs the question; what IS the difference?

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Best Cities to Work as a Physician Assistant

best cities for physicians assistants

When settling on a city for your career as a physician assistant, there are many important considerations to factor in; salary, work-life balance, nearby amenities and entertainment, cost of living, and the overall general location. That considered, here are some of the best cities in America to work as a PA.

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The NHSC: A Good Option for Loan Repayment?


The main goal of NHSC is to connect qualified physicians and primary care providers with patients in underserved regions. To incentivize this they offer both scholarships and loan repayment programs for qualifying healthcare providers. If you qualify, the NHSC may be a great option for paying off your debts.

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Work-Life Balance as a Physician Assistant: Is it Possible?

overworked physician assistant work life balance

Provider health is integral to patient health, so it is important that physician assistants maintain a healthy work/life balance. While everyone has their own way of finding balance, here are a few time-tested methods for managing your life and workload.

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