From the CAPA website, “CAPA’s compensation report is a document that provides members, employers, and policy makers with information about the salaries and benefits of physician assistants (PAs) in different parts of Canada.
Three important factors have an impact on PA salaries – location, clinical setting, and skills or experience – and they influence supply, demand, and the salary a PA can command. As demand for PAs grows and job opportunities increase in the market place, this compensation document will help:
PAs assess employment opportunities and negotiate employment contracts.
Employers understand the landscape and remain competitive in their efforts to recruit a skilled PA workforce.
Policy makers make more informed decisions about existing and future funding programs.”
This is part of the Physician And Clinical Assistants of Manitoba (PCAM)checklist of Collective Agreements, and outlines PA salaries in different Regional Health Authorities across the province of Manitoba.
Hi! I’m Anne, a Canadian Certified Physician Assistant working in Orthopaedic Surgery.
I’ve been writing about my PA experience since starting my PA journey and I’m excited to share CanadianPA.ca as a resource to help you learn about the role and impact of Physician Assistants in Canada.
This blog is my way of helping you, the way others have helped me, discover the PA profession and pursue a career that I love.