Physician Assistant- Certified

JOB DESCRIPTION
The Physician Assistant will assist orthopedic surgeons in all capacities of patient care. This involves various settings including maintaining a clinic practice, assisting in the Operating Room, handling ER calls, and making Hospital Rounds. The primary goal is to provide excellent orthopedic care under the supervision of the Orthopedic Specialists of ProOrtho, while working within an approved scope of practice. 

Essential Responsibilities:

Surgery Assistance –

  • Familiarization with specific surgical procedures prior to surgery
  • Assist in moving and positioning patients
  • Write orders
  • Complete paperwork

Clinic –

  • Outpatient care of orthopedic patients
  • Joint aspiration/injection
  • Patient education
  • Return patient phone calls and medication refill requests
  • Patient FMLA, disability paperwork, etc.

Hospital Rounds –

  • Patient care and charting
  • Paperwork
  • Interact with staff, consultants, and discharge planners

Qualifications:

  • Completion of accredited Physician’s Assistant Program.
  • Current Washington State Physician Assistant License
  • Current CPR Certification

Benefits:

  • Annual Salary
  • Malpractice Insurance
  • Continuing Education Reimbursement
  • WA State Licensure and DEA Registration
  • Medical, vision, and dental insurance
  • Disability and life insurance coverage
  • Retirement plan with matching
  • Flex spending
  • Monthly staff lunches
  • Free parking

Additional Employee Perks

  • Cell phone plan discounts
  • Discounted movie tickets
  • Discounted concert tickets
  • Other discounts through Perks at Work

Please email resumes & cover letters to ProOrthoJobs@proliancesurgeons.com

 

 

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