The Division of Pain Medicine offers an exciting opportunity for a Nurse Practitioner (NP), or Physician Assistant (PA) provider to work independently and collaboratively with an outstanding team to provide comprehensive care for adult patients with painful disorders.
In this role, you will work closely with a team of two physicians and another nurse practitioner, evaluating outpatient Radiation Oncology patients for treatment, contributing to the treatment plan, and managing the care of patients undergoing radiation therapy.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for planning and implementing physical examinations, interventions, and evaluating patient response according to instructions of the attending physician.
The NP PA will also perform a variety of procedures including laceration repair, I&D, and lumbar puncture, etc. Our practice is unique in that we have the benefits of a teaching institution with a multitude of practice supporting education as well as a variety of research opportunities.
The Hospital Medicine Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant works collaboratively with the Hospitalist consultant to deliver medical care to hospitalized patients. The focus of the job includes providing acute hospital care to complex medical patients.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for providing preventive health measures and medical care to assigned patients within prescribed guidelines as well as ordering medical supplies and equipment.
In this role, you will provide clinical care for patients including assessment, diagnosis/treatment of illness, ordering and interpreting medical diagnostics, chronic illness management, wellness care, prescribing of medications, treatments, therapy, medical equipment, etc.
The Physician Assistant role demands intelligence, sound judgement, intellectual honesty and the ability to relate effectively to people and the capacity to react to emergencies in a calm and reasoned manner.
The Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant works collaboratively with physicians, social services, pharmacy, chaplains and the primary service to provide comprehensive care for hospitalized patients and families dealing with incurable diseases.