What do you guys expect from a good EM PA? I'm interested to hear responses as most MD's preferences of PA scope/duties vary. Been doing EM for 5 years. Not a whole lot of feedback from the (fairly small democratic) group I'm in. (How things work in the group: pretty 20-something-y/o female PAs get hired (with little/no experience.) If she sucks at EM our docs (15 male docs) do very little at addressing the situation. PAs that suck get ostracized by nursing staff, nurses make their life hell and they eventually resign after 6-12 months. This has happened to 3 PAs since I've been with the group...) I receive no feedback from the docs and every 12 months my eval (required by hospital credentialing) automatically reads "excellent" at all the checked options. No feedback other than that. I'm one of the top RVU earners so must be doing something semi-right. But input would be nice. Anywho, Just wondering what you guys look for in an ideal PA colleague? What do you hate/dislike?