Children’s Emergency Services is seeking an experienced licensed Physician Assistant to join our exciting team of 30+ providers working in the Emergency Department at Dayton Children’s Hospital. We staff a fast-paced emergency department that is on track to see 80,000 patients this year. We are looking for a Physician Assistant who has passion, interest and the interpersonal skills to manage pediatric patients and the caregivers that come with them. We rely heavily on our Physician Assistants to perform procedures and sutures in the ED as well as treat medical patients of various levels. We offer 10 hour shifts and full time or part time applicants will be considered. Children’s Emergency Services provides an excellent salary and benefit package in an environment that promotes excellence, professional development, and great patient care.
For further details, please contact:
Kristin Whitt, PHR, SHRM-CP
Ohio Dominican University
Director of Health Services
The Director of Health Services provides and directs health care services for students enrolled at Ohio Dominican University. (This involves providing care for faculty and staff as needed.) Within the scope of practice, this position provides primary care to students, including evaluation, diagnosis, treatment and management of general medical problems and/or injuries. The role includes taking responsibility regarding current public health issues that may affect the campus community, for educational and prevention programming that support wellness and promote self-care.
ESSENTIAL JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:
Coordinate all aspects of Health Services for the University.
Oversee the Wellness Center in collaboration with the Director of Counseling and the Director of Wellness, Prevention and Programming.
Provide individual health assessment, examination and treatment depending on the illness or injury.
Manage, supervise and prepare the annual budget for Health Services.
Responsibilities may include interviewing and training employees; annual HIPAA testing, directing work, appraising performance; addressing complaints and resolving problems/issues. This will pertain to student workers as well.
Update Health Services forms, brochures, policies, website, and literature, as needed.
Experience with community health services and providers for student referrals without health insurance and minimal financial means needing follow-up, treatment, diagnostic testing and or assessment by a health care specialist or other services not available at the University.
Maintain the highest standards of health care delivery according to The Ohio Board of Nursing, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (blood borne pathogens standard), the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), CDC, FDA and the Ohio State Board of Pharmacy.
Collaborates with ODU Counseling Services, Athletic Trainers or other health care providers as indicated.
Maintain and store all health records in locked cabinets, in locked office.
Lead and/or assist with wellness projects and events (i.e. Wellness Fair, Healthy Heart, Good Nutrition, Stress Free Zone, Breast Cancer etc.).
Maintain electronic health record including updates and payments for usage.
Monitor department and exam room supplies and order as needed.
Submit utilization reports as required and attend staff meetings.
Maintain membership on the Passport to Wellness Team.
Develop and implement strategic goals for Health Services in keeping with the mission and strategic plan of ODU.
Exhibit a professional attitude and provide care in an ethical manner at all times.
Promote the patient’s dignity, privacy and confidentiality at all times.
Maintain relationships with colleagues within the field of college health at the state (Ohio College Health Association) and national level (The American College Health Association).
Perform other duties as assigned.
Graduate from an accredited NP or PA Program and licensed to practice in the State of Ohio. Must have prescriptive privileges. Two years of clinical experience is required in acute care, ER, primary care. Additional requirements include: a high level of integrity, ethics and professionalism; demonstrated leadership and administrative skills; demonstrated sensitivity to the unique needs of a diverse student population. Exceptional supervisory and communication skills along with the ability to work collaboratively with departments across campus are needed to do the job successfully. Proficient with MS Office, Word and Excel.
Able to effectively communicate verbally and in writing as to work requirements, work in progress, and/ or work completion. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to maintain confidentiality is required. This position requires professionalism, competence and a positive demeanor in the performance of all duties. Ability to communicate effectively during an emergency with Public Safely & Security and medics as necessary.
Most work is basic to moderate complexity and requires some judgment depending on departmental needs. Good critical thinking skills and the ability to triage patients as needed either in the Wellness Center or in the event of an emergency on campus. Must have the ability to follow instructions and directions and decide on a course of action. Must be able to manage, organize and prioritize multiple tasks. Must be able to reasonably envision future needs and plan accordingly.
Valid Ohio License to practice CNP or PA-C, Ohio Driver’s License, DEA License
Office. Exposed to minimal hazards in the office. Occasional travel outside the office is required and some evening and weekend work is also required.
INTERESTED CANDIDATES SHOULD APPLY ONLINE AT:
Physician Assistant Studies Program Full Time Faculty, Tenure Track
University of Mount Union
||Responsibilities: The Department of Physician Assistant Studies at the University of Mount Union invites applicants for a tenure-track position in the Physician Assistant Program to begin April 1, 2016. Teaching responsibilities may include courses in history taking, physical examination skills, patient diagnostics, clinical medicine, pathophysiology, behavioral medicine, research methods and evidence based medicine, healthcare policy and delivery, leadership, EKG, master’s capstone and/or integrative patient care management. The successful candidate will also be expected to assist with student selection and advisement, program evaluation, curriculum development, small group facilitation, and participate in scholarly activity and committee involvement.
Qualifications: Graduate of an ARC-PA accredited physician assistant program. Maintenance of current NCCPA certification, minimum of a Master’s degree from an accredited university/college, minimum of three years of full-time clinical experience as a physician assistant, eligible for Ohio state licensure, didactic instruction in a physician assistant program strongly preferred, and strong commitment to fulfill the mission of the PA Program and the University of Mount Union.
The University of Mount Union is an equal opportunity employer. The University of Mount Union prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, gender, gender identity or expression, sex, sexual orientation, religion, age, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, veteran status, marital or parental status, pregnancy, disability, or genetic information in student admissions, financial aid, educational or athletic programs, or employment as now or may hereafter be required by university policy and federal or state law
Tenure-track position. Assistant Professor level.
Send letter of interest, curriculum vitae, teaching philosophy, and three letters of recommendation to Physician Assistant Studies Search Committee, c/o Human Resources, 1972 Clark Ave, University of Mount Union, Alliance, OH 44601; email: firstname.lastname@example.org . Electronic applications are preferred. Please contact the search committee chair, Betsy Ekey, email@example.com with any questions. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
Physician Assistant – Emergency Medicine
EmCare is currently seeking a full-time Physician Assistant for Grandview and Southview Medical Centers in Dayton, Ohio.
Opportunity includes working at both Grandview and Southview Medical Centers in the main ED and fast track. Grandview has an annual volume of 33,000 and a 21-bed ED/5-bed fast track. Southview has an annual volume of 17,000 and a 12-bed ED. The Emergency Department has 24 hrs/day Physician coverage, 10 hrs/day APP coverage Sunday, Monday, Friday and Saturday and 20 hrs/day APP coverage Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Grandview (a prominent osteopathic teaching facility) and Southview Medical Centers are part of the Kettering Health Network, a not-for-profit network of seven hospitals in the greater Dayton and Northern Cincinnati area. US News and World Report regionally ranked Grandview Medical Center #25 in Ohio, recognized in Ohio River Valley and recognized in Dayton metro area.
Contact Person: Alisha Maaskant
The Orthopaedic Center for Spinal & Pediatric Care is hiring a physician assistant to provide care for pediatric orthopaedic and adult spine patients. This position is 95% clinic based. A salary and based on experience. The physician assist will attend outpatient clinic and participates in initial evaluation and longitudinal care, obtain medical history and perform physical examination, develop and implement plan of care with attending supervision, complete appropriate documentation of all evaluations, care, and services rendered in the medical record, make appropriate referral for consultations, provide pre-and post-operative patient education to patients and their families, respond to telephone inquiries of patients and provide appropriate medical care, referral for consultation or counseling, communicate with referring or primary care physicians regarding patient care and treatment, provide follow-up and health maintenance care including the appropriate adjustment of medications in accordance with established protocols or in response to specific instructions from the attending physician and prescription of medications to accomplish the plan of treatment. 3-5 years with orthopaedic and/or trauma experiences is preferred. Please go to www.childrensdayton.org to apply.
University of Cincinnati/UC Physicians
The University of Cincinnati Department of Otolaryngology is seeking an experienced Physician Assistant. The experience does not need to be in Otolaryngology or a Surgical Service, but would be ideal. A master's degree and prescriptive license is required.
This position is Monday - Friday during normal business hours. This position sees patients independently as well as assists with other MD providers within our practice. It is predominately outpatient and in a clinic setting.
Salary is commensurate with experience, but typically $75,000 - $80,000 for new grads and $85,000 - $105,000 for experienced practitioners depending on years of experience. Benefits are very competitive.
Direct Orthopedic Care
Orthopedic Physician Assistant
Would You Believe Taylor Swift Wanted to be a PA?
No, we didn’t think you would believe that. That’s why we’re looking for you instead of her to fill our next Physician Assistant position.
Direct Orthopedic Care (DOC) is currently seeking multiple Orthopedic Physician Assistants to staff several clinics throughout beautiful, central OH. DOC is an innovative, direct-access clinic that evaluates and treats patients with various orthopedic conditions, thereby saving them valuable time and money by skipping ER visits.
Duties will include both clinic and surgical assist. No hospital rounds. Clinic is open 7 days a week and covered by rotating schedule with other PA’s. Minimum 3 years orthopedic experience required.
Starting salary is $100-120k with ownership interest available after 1 year. Paid health and dental insurance. Paid CME and professional fees.
National certification and OH state licensure required. Ability to sing and play the guitar, optional.
Contact: Jeff Smith, 208/989-0598, firstname.lastname@example.org
Columbus Arthritis Center
The Columbus Arthritis Center is seeking a licensed Physician Assistant or new PA graduate with references, to join our robust rheumatology practice in Columbus, Ohio. We are looking for a Physician Assistant who has the compassion, interest, and interpersonal skills to co-manage patients with a variety of musculoskeletal disorders and connective tissue diseases. The Columbus Arthritis Center is one of the nation’s largest private rheumatology specific practices with a large referral base. Our 9 physician, 4 Physician Assistant rheumatology practice provides quality patient care in our solo location, just minutes from downtown Columbus. Our thriving practice has EHR, high complexity laboratory, digital x-ray and DEXA, MRI, in-office infusion services, and dedicated support staff. We offer an excellent salary and benefit package, exceptional work/life balance, and the opportunity to live in one of the fastest growing major metropolitan areas in the country.
Nan Irwin, Practice Administrator
Emergency Physicians, Inc., of Columbus (IN)
Emergency Department Physician Assistant
Physician assistant needed for busy emergency department in a community hospital, Columbus Regional Health (IN). located 50 miles south of Indianapolis. PA will see both non-urgent and acute patients in a department that sees around 44,000 patient visits a year. Employment is with a private group of 11 board certified emergency medicine physicians and 5 current NP/PAs. Excellent specialty backup, ED physician coverage, RN coverage, and support staff. New ED to open Spring of 2016. Columbus Regional Health is a certified stroke center and has a very active cath lab program.
Excellent compensation package with shift, weekend, and holiday differentials. Included are health and malpractice insurance, fully funded retirement, CME, retention bonuses, paid vacation, meals on duty, and uniform allowance.
||Carol Weesner MD