Physician Assistant Opening in Urgent Care Clinic

  • $100,000.00 - $115,000.00/year
  • We are currently searching for a Physician Assistant to join a well established medical practice in the San Bernardino area. This is a full-time position in an Urgent Care dept. You will rotate between 3 urgent care facilities in the San Bernardino area. The clinic operates Monday - Sunday, and you will work 4 shifts a week. See more about scheduling below.

    The position offers a wonderful schedule that provides a work/life balance with a half day focused on administrative responsibilities. This particular position is with the Urgent Care department within a large, well-established group practice consisting of over 250 providers. Typical patient load is 25 to 35 patients a day.

    Our services include primary care, urgent care, and specialty care. We are a well-established practice who has been practicing for over 60 years, who has a strong management group is expanding their practice. The atmosphere is warm & welcoming as well as being a collaborative workplace.

    Schedule - The clinics operate from 7:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Monday - Sunday. Shifts are 10 hours (7a to 5p & 2p to 12a). Each shift is covered with 2 physicians or one physician and a PA. You will rotate between 3 facilities in the San Bernardino area. The typical weekly schedule is 4 shifts a week.

    Benefits of Working with Us:
    • 9-hour shifts with no on-call responsibilities
    • Competitive compensation
    • Malpractice Coverage
    • Medical, dental & vision insurance
    • 26 days off a year
    • $1,500 CME allowance
    • State license, DEA license, professional association dues, staff privileges all paid for
    • 401K plus matching
    • Life Insurance policy
    • No on-call responsibilities
    • Work/life balance

    Some examples of duties include:
    • Independently perform history and physicals for patients in chronic pain.
    • Administer or order diagnostic tests and laboratory results
    • Interpret diagnostic results for deviations from normal.
    • Make tentative diagnoses and decisions about the management and treatment of patients.
    • Obtain, compile and record patient medical data, including health history, progress notes and results of physical examinations.
    • Prescribe therapy or medication in accordance with the patient’s needs.
    • Deliver primary care to the clinics' patients and order follow-up care; diagnose, treat, record, refer and review care within ambulatory and hospital setting.
    • Provides assistance in coordinating and reviewing referrals.

    To learn more about this opportunity submit your CV for consideration. We look forward to hearing from you!

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