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  • Wound Care Physician Assistant Job FAQs

    How Much Do Wound Care Physician Assistants Make?

    Wound Care PAs earn an average salary of $134,000 per year, according to Medscape

    Locum wound care physician assistants earn between $75 and $125 an hour, depending on a variety of factors relating to the assignment, facility, and the experience of the physician assistant.

    What is the Job Outlook for Physician Assistants in 2024?

    Physician assistant employment is projected by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics to grow 27 percent from 2022 to 2032. This number is significantly higher than the three percent growth projection for all occupations. U.S. News and World Report listed physician assistant as the number two most in-demand job across occupations for 2024.

    Can New Grads Work Wound Care Physician Assistant Jobs?

     Locum tenens is a great way to gain experience as a PA or to learn a new specialty. While some PA jobs require specific experience, others are open to physician assistants who meet all job qualifications.

     The easiest way to find a job as a new PA graduate is to connect with a dedicated Barton recruiter, who can find you an open job that matches your experience and skill set.  

     Check out our tips for finding work as a new physician assistant grad.

    Do Locum Tenens Wound Care Physician Assistant Jobs Include Malpractice Insurance?

    Yes! Barton Associates offers free comprehensive malpractice insurance to all physician assistants, including wound care PAs. Our claims-made insurance is furnished by an “A”-rated insurance company and includes tail coverage for all providers. Learn more about our PA malpractice insurance here.