Government PA Travel Assignment job- Any state license accepted
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Physician Assistant (PA)
Soliant is a leading healthcare staffing company that provides professional Advanced Practice Nurses, Physician Assistants, and Physicians with great government opportunities across the U.S.
Currently, we are seeking Physician Assistants for travel assignment/contract jobs with outpatient clinics treating patients of all ages in government facilities throughout Montana, South Dakota, Wyoming. Low stress patient load with good support staff. This is a three to six month assignment with potential of one year. These are Monday-Friday, 8-5p shifts. No Call or Weekends. Any physician state license in good standing accepted.
PA job responsibilities;
Provides direct care to patients by performing diagnostic and therapeutic services to assist physician in diagnosing medical and health and prescribing necessary treatment for primary patient care; records pertinent data for review by physicians.
Patient history; conducts physical exams, records data; writes progress notes and narrative summaries.
Prescribes medication utilizing clinic formulary for outpatients as feasible and per physician assistant protocols.
Act as the liaison with medical care resources when referral is needed per protocols
Requisitions on and off-site lab and x-ray exams as needed per protocol.
Graduate of an accredited Physician Assistant program
DEA a must
National certification as a PA.
Licensed to practice by State Board of Medical Examiners.
Ongoing documented continuing education required.
ANY STATE Physician Assistant license in good standing.
Enjoy exploring the great outdoors in the West.
Soliant offers competitive hourly compensation, weekly pay, paid malpractice, travel, and lodging. To be considered for an outpatient PA government travel assignment/ contract job in Wyoming, Montana or South Dakota, please contact Dawn McLaurin, 678-837-1245, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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