My guild does 25 man raids. We are currently 7/13hm. Being the senior (and only holy priest for the longest time), I am put on MT or OT healing 90% of the time. I do fine on it (ST Chakra is awesome for this), however, recently my guildmaster has come to me complaining about my low HPS'- especially compared to the other Holy Priest we just recruited. I do about 9-9.5k hps just strictly ST healing with chakra. I throw my instants (PoM, CoH, renews as needed) on the raid but my main focus is always the target I am assigned.
My question is this: Holy- imo- should always be raid healing. I have tried to tell the GM that being in the ST healing state that my HPS' won't be as high as the other healer's because of the heal used in that state (I use heal, the serenity, FH to get Serendipity to proc, then GH if needed like on Maloriak) but he refuses to listen. The response from the GM I got was "I don't care about that BS. Your numbers are about 50% that of the other healers so you need to pick it up". The other healers we use are resto shammies, druids, disc priest and holy pallies. My numbers as a ST healer will ALWAYS be about half that of an aoe healer due to the mechanics of the class.
I guess I don't really have a question. Just trying to figure out how to get my numbers higher when I am constantly put on ST healing. I have said something about being a raid healer before but the response I get from the RL and the Healing Officer is "You know what you are doing and we want someone we can trust on the tank"... Dilemma!