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4/26/17VariousMid-Valley, ORYesMultiple positions available
4/26/17Urgent CarePortland and SeattleNoMultiple positions available
4/21/17Critical CareSalem, ORYes 
4/14/17Pulmonary and Sleep MedicinePortland, ORYes 
4/14/17Primary CareSalem, ORMaybe 
4/5/17NeurosurgeryPortland, ORYes 
4/4/17PsychiatryKlamath Falls, ORYesLoan repayment possible
3/29/17Addiction MedicineTigard, ORYes 
3/27/17OrthopedicsAstoria, ORNo 
3/21/17Cardiovascular SurgeryCorvallis, ORMaybe 
3/20/17Family MedicineRoseburg, ORYes 
3/20/17Internal MedicinePortland-Area, ORYes 
3/14/17UrologyPortland, ORYes 
3/2/17Hospital MedicinePortland, ORMaybe 
3/1/17GeriatricsPortland, ORNo 
2/27/17Ear, Nose, ThroatPortland, ORYes 
2/24/17NeurosurgerySeattle, WAYes 
2/22/17Family MedicineSeattle, WAMaybe 
2/7/17HospitalistCoos Bay, ORYes 
2/7/17GastroenterologyTualatin/Oregon City, ORNo 
2/7/17Orthopedic SpineTualatin, ORYes 
2/6/17OrthopedicsMedford, ORYes 
2/6/17Family MedicineCanby, ORYes3-day work week
2/2/17Internal MedicineVancouver, WAYesReferral bonus

4/26/17 Various (Mid-Valley, OR)

Practice Description:  Samaritan Health Services, an integrated health care delivery system in Oregon, may be the place for you.

Current openings:
Cardiovascular Surgery: Corvallis
Pediatrics: Corvallis
Urology: Albany

Practice Website:  https://www.samhealth.org/docjobs

Duties & Responsibilities:  See full position descriptions on our website.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: See full position descriptions on our website.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Maybe

Salary Range & Benefits: Positions are hospital employed and include competitive compensation, plus benefits: relocation allowance and CME, medical malpractice paid, excellent hospital and specialty colleagues.

Any other pertinent information: Providers and their families will appreciate the abundant outdoor recreation opportunities available in the Willamette Valley and on the Oregon Coast, as well as proximity to Portland, Oregon's largest city, and the Cascade Mountains for snow sports, both within 90 minutes. Corvallis is home to Oregon State University, a PAC-12 school. Come experience the best of the Northwest!

How to Apply:  Apply online at https://www.samhealth.org/docjobs or contact Annette Clovis, Director, Physician and Corporate Development, at (541)-768-4419 or for more information.


4/26/17 Urgent Care (Portland and Seattle)

Practice Description:  ZOOM+ provides on-demand urgent care, primary care for adults and children, emergency care, and specialty care in our neighborhood clinics in Portland and Seattle.

Practice Website:  https://www.zoomcare.com/

Duties & Responsibilities:  Diagnose and treat a variety of illnesses and injuries and conduct thorough wellness exams for adults and kids alike.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Board-certified PA.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? No

Salary Range & Benefits: Competitive base compensation automatically marked over industry average, automatic compensation increases, annual bonuses of up to $10,000, and opportunities for extra shifts with extra compensation and additional PTO. Work 34 hours a week and receive full-time benefits. Earn CME credits through ZOOM University.

How to Apply:  Submit an application using the Portland link or the Seattle link.

 

 

 

4/21/17 Critical Care (Salem, OR)

Practice Description:  Salem Pulmonary Associates, a respected group of twelve physicians specializing in pulmonary diseases, critical care and sleep medicine, supported by a staff of 28 members, is the only pulmonary group in Salem, Oregon and serves a medical catchment area of approximately 300,000. Our physicians cover the ICU and CVCU at Salem Hospital, the largest acute medical facility in Marion County and the only hospital in the city of Salem.

Practice Website:  http://salempulmonary.com/

Duties & Responsibilities: We seek an Advanced Practice Provider (APP) to provide support to the physician covering the overnight ICU shift. Responsibilities include assisting the overnight physician in the ICU and CVCU fielding phone calls from nursing, providing direct patient care, documentation support, and other duties as necessary. Shifts will be scheduled in blocks of 3 nights on (6 pm-6 am) / 4-5 nights off.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Candidates must have or be eligible for Oregon physician assistant and DEA licenses. Preference will be given to those with experience (although not mandatory).

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits including paid vacation days, sick days, health, dental, LTD/STD, up to $1000 in CME reimbursement, and 401K plan.

Any other pertinent information: Salem, the third largest city in Oregon, offers award-winning schools and an easy-going lifestyle. Abundant parks and recreational activities, mild climate, affordable living, and moderate pace of life all make Salem a great place to set down roots.

How to Apply:  Send cover letter and resume to Mark Harrison, Practice Manager, at or fax to (503) 588-0256.  For further information, phone (503) 588-3945 ext. 111.



4/14/17 Pulmonary and Sleep Medicine (Portland, OR)

Practice Description:  The Oregon Clinic Pulmonary & Sleep Medicine Division is seeking a full-time physician assistant to join our growing team of 14 pulmonary critical care physicians, 1 nurse practitioner and 3 physician assistants. The practice is located at our Gateway Medical Office Building. We treat all facets of pulmonary disease and our non-physician providers play a critical role in the care of our patients. You will be working in tandem with nationally recognized pulmonary physician leaders. This position works 5 days per week with daytime hospital rotations. No call required.

Practice Website:  https://www.oregonclinic.com/specialties/pulmonary-medicine

Duties & Responsibilities: Treat all facets of pulmonary disease.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: • Must be a graduate of an accredited program and authorized by the state of Oregon to practice medicine without the supervision of a licensed physician • One to two years of experience as a physician assistant is preferred; however, motivated new graduates are encouraged to apply. • Board eligibility required. Board certification preferred. • Ability to maintain positive working relationships with physicians, and office staff, patients and their families. • Excellent communication skills and professionalism. • Skill in evaluating and revising care plan based on patient changes.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: Salary is negotiable dependent on experience. Compensation package includes employee medical, vision and dental coverage. Disability insurance and professional liability insurance, CME time and stipend. Generous 401k and retirement contribution.

Any other pertinent information: The Oregon Clinic is an alcohol and drug-free workplace and an EEO Employer. Offers are contingent on successful completion of drug and background screenings. Please note we follow Federal Guidelines regarding prohibited substances, even for those legal at the state level. This description is intended to provide only basic guidelines for meeting job requirements. Responsibilities, knowledge, skills, abilities and working conditions may change as needs evolve.

How to Apply:   Apply using this link: https://rn22.ultipro.com/ORE1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1628



4/14/17 Primary Care (Salem, OR)

Practice Description:  This clinician floats to all service areas in the NW region, works in adult primary care covering for other clinician panels and/or for short term (three months or less) needs in the MOB.

Practice Website:  https://kp.taleo.net/careersection/external/jobdetail.ftl?job=452044&tz=GMT-07%3A00

Duties & Responsibilities: • Provide high-quality health care through direct assessment, diagnosis, and formulation/implementation of treatment plan for patients with common acute and chronic illnesses and injuries (may include performing histories and physicals; ordering, interpreting, and following up on diagnostic studies; ordering medications). Perform health maintenance services, including patient education, for well members. Refer patients for specialty consultations or difficult problems. Document in writing all care in patient's permanent medical record in accordance with accepted medical/legal standards. Provide all medical care in accordance with accepted practice standards, hospital/clinic protocols (including supervision by a physician), and state licensing guidelines for Oregon and Washington. • Coordinate, develop or organize patient or department services or programs. Examples include, but are not limited to: Assist in developing NP/PA float protocols. Develop written patient education materials. Provide in-service training. Chair or participate on committees such as Breastfeeding Task Force, Regional Controlled Substance Abuse Committee, etc. Participate in NP/PA Meeting. • Perform other duties as requested.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: • Graduate of ANA-approved NP or AMA-approved PA or Child Health Associate training program (both provide masters or equivalent degrees) or equivalent requirements to meet state licensure. • PA: National certification, state medical license, and prescribing registration at time of hire. • Current Oregon and Washington RN license required. License in state where assigned required upon hire/transfer, application for license in secondary state required within 2 weeks of hire/transfer and must be obtained within 6 months. • National Provider Identifier (NPI) required prior to employment start date.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Maybe

Salary Range & Benefits: Dependent on experience.

Any other pertinent information: 

How to Apply:   Please contact for more information/next steps.



4/5/17 Neurosurgery (Portland, OR)

Practice Description:  OHSU Neurological Surgery maintains dedicated programs in brain, skull base, and pituitary tumors, spinal surgery, vascular neurosurgery, movement disorders, epilepsy, facial pain, complex spinal and cancer pain, pediatric neurosurgery, craniofacial disorders, hydrocephalus, spina bifida, spasticity, peripheral nerve disorders, and nervous system trauma. Neurological surgeons at OHSU and Doernbecher Children’s Hospital deliver comprehensive surgical care for patients with brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerve diseases. Our specialists combine a sincere interest in the welfare of their patients with cutting edge surgical skills and technology.

Practice Website:  http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/education/schools/school-of-medicine/departments/clinical-departments/neurosurgery/

Duties & Responsibilities:  The position is four-days per week (10-hour day shifts), no call, no holidays. Eventual infrequent inpatient weekend coverage will be required. This is an excellent opportunity to work as a faculty member in a major academic institution and Certified Stroke Center. The candidate will participate in the multi-disciplinary management of patients in conjunction with the Neurosurgical attending, residents, nursing staff, case management, and rehabilitation team. Other responsibilities include planning, coordination and delivery of clinical services in both outpatient and inpatient settings with a varied neurosurgical population. This is a non-surgical position. Preference provided to candidates with previous neurosurgical and/or hospital medicine experience.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Minimum Qualifications: Board certification and current Oregon PA license prior to start date; prescriptive authority/DEA licensure; work effectively as a team member in a professional setting; demonstrate excellent interpersonal and communication skills in verbal, written, and electronic media; word processing and EPIC EMR experience helpful.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: Per OHSU and departmental guidelines.

How to Apply:   Apply online at https://www.ohsu.edu/xd/about/services/human-resources/ Use keyword search for: IRC57440.  Also send cover letter and resume to Jim Freed at .



4/4/17  Psychiatry (Klamath Falls, OR)

Practice Description:  Klamath Basin Behavioral Health (KBBH) is a southern Oregon nonprofit agency which provides services such as mental health counseling, psychiatric services, crisis services, alcohol and drug treatment, case management, and residential services to the adults, children, adolescents, and families of the Klamath Basin. KBBH has been providing behavioral health services since 1980.

Practice Website:  www.kbbh.org

Duties & Responsibilities: Job duties include but are not limited to: • Conduct and complete initial psychiatric evaluations including diagnostic formulation, clinical risk assessment, and treatment recommendations. • Prescribe, administer and review medications of assigned clients. Regularly monitor side effects of prescribed medications. Provide clients with information necessary to make informed consents. Provide back up support to other members of the medical team. • Order and monitor laboratory studies, metabolic parameters, and other tests needed to safely monitor client’s ongoing psychiatric health. • Consultation and referrals to client's primary care providers and other specialists for management of the client’s physical health care. • Coordination with others involved in clients care such as: pharmacies, caregivers, case managers, and therapists for continuity of care. • Maintain standards of confidentiality and documentation. Provide thorough and timely documentation using Credible, an electronic based medical records and prescription program. • Consultation with on-site board certified psychiatrist, and PMHNP is surrounded by an excellent team made up of other PMHNPs, FNP-PMS, 2 nurses, and a medical assistant.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Master's degree as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner and DEA license. Excellent verbal, written and computer skills are a must.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: Salary DOE, excellent benefit package, loan repayment is available through National Health Services Corp, flexible schedules are available, relocation assistance and license transfer fees may be provided.

How to Apply:  Please send resume and cover letter to with "PMHNP" in the subject line.



3/29/17 Addiction Medicine (Tigard, OR)

Practice Description:  Recovery Works Northwest works each and every day to address Oregon’s growing opioid problem, providing treatment programs that help individuals and their families fight opioid addiction and gain the tools necessary to live a sober, healthy and drug-free lifestyle. From our Suboxone program to our outpatient treatment programs, we provide real solutions for real people – one patient at a time.

Practice Website:  http://www.recoveryworksnw.com/

Duties & Responsibilities:  PAs will see 2-3 patients per hour, doing medication management and relationship building as part of our comprehensive recovery program.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: None.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: Competitive salary commensurate with experience.

Any other pertinent information: Get waivered as a Buprenorphine provider and gain a wealth of supervised clinical experience. We are looking for candidates who have • The ability if not the preference to work in a collaborative team • Empathy • A non-judgmental communication style.

How to Apply:   To apply, please send a resume and brief cover letter that highlights your related experience and why you are interested in the position to .



3/27/17 Orthopedics (Astoria, OR)

Practice Description:  Columbia Memorial Hospital is a full-service, 25-bed, critical access, not-for-profit, Planetree-designated hospital where patient centered care is a priority. We have a fully integrated EMR and excellent ancillary and rehab services. The Medical Group employs over 30 providers in 12 specialties, including surgical, non-surgical and primary care specialties.

Practice Website:  https://columbiamemorial.org/

Duties & Responsibilities: Join two orthopedic surgeons and a PA in our thriving Center for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine Clinic, where you will assist in the operating room and consult with new and follow-up clinic patients. Our group specializes in both nonsurgical and surgical treatment of a wide spectrum of adult and children’s orthopedic conditions. Our surgeons’ specific interests include sports medicine and hand surgery. We also have a podiatrist on the team who sees routine podiatry patients and also performs complex foot and ankle surgeries, including total ankles.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: A minimum of two years' orthopedic experience. Graduate of an accredited PA program and successful certification through the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? No

Salary Range & Benefits: This is an employed position with a competitive compensation and benefits package. We also offer incentives for achieving productivity and quality targets. The hospital administration is very supportive of a good work-life balance and the medical staff values evidence-based practice.

Any other pertinent information: Columbia Memorial Hospital is located in beautiful Astoria, Oregon, on the rugged north Oregon coast, just 90 minutes from Portland. Astoria is a historic, vibrant community with thriving theater, arts and culinary scenes. It is also rich with outdoor recreation, including hiking, surfing, fishing, boating, biking and more. This dynamic town is home to a wide array of people from hipsters to commercial fishermen, artists to professors. Astoria is frequently featured as a great small town to live in by magazines and newspapers.

How to Apply:   Please visit https://columbiamemorial.org/ or contact Amanda Judd at or (503) 338-4592 to see if Columbia Memorial Hospital is a good fit for you.



3/21/17 Cardiovascular Surgery (Corvallis, OR)

Practice Description:  Samaritan Health Services is looking for an experienced cardiovascular surgery PA-C to join our highly successful Heart and Vascular Group in Corvallis, Oregon. As a provider at the Samaritan Heart & Vascular Institute, you will join two cardiac surgeons and three advanced practitioners.

Practice Website:  https://www.samhealth.org/docjobs

Duties & Responsibilities:  • Developing treatment plans • Performing clinical and surgical procedures • Documenting patient progress and surgical care • Assist in the OR • Pre and post consults • Call is 1:4.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred:  • Three years of cardiovascular surgery experience • ACLS/BCLS certified • Eligibility to work in the United States • Should possess excellent clinical skills, communication skills and a strong commitment to providing excellent care that is team oriented.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Maybe

Salary Range & Benefits: Positions are hospital employed and include competitive compensation, plus benefits: relocation allowance and CME, medical malpractice paid, excellent hospital and specialty colleagues.

Any other pertinent information: Providers and their families will appreciate the abundant outdoor recreation opportunities available in the Willamette Valley and on the Oregon Coast, as well as proximity to Portland, Oregon's largest city, and the Cascade Mountains for snow sports, both within 90 minutes. Corvallis is home to Oregon State University, a PAC-12 school. Come experience the best of the Northwest!

How to Apply:  Visit https://www.samhealth.org/docjobs or contact Annette Clovis, Director of Physician & Corporate Development, at or (541) 768-4419.



3/20/17 Family Medicine (Roseburg, OR)

Practice Description:   Valley Ridge Family Medicine is a 3-provider practice (1MD, 2NPs) looking to fill a fourth provider position. Outpatient only, working 8:30 am to 5:00 pm, with a 1.5-hour lunch break. EMR is Centricity. Average patient appointments per day is 20-25 with mix of Medicare, Medicaid, and insurance/private pay. We have a capable procedure room (depending upon level of training) for skin procedures, casting, wound care, etc.

Duties & Responsibilities:  Usual duties of a family medicine provider. Responsible for an empanelment of patients. Will provide acute, routine, and well appointments. Required to take call (phone service available) 1:4.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Experienced or comfortable to see a high volume of patients when required (such as heavy upper respiratory season). We pride ourselves on seeing our patients when they need to be seen to keep ER census down.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: $70-85k/year with potential production bonuses. Yearly increase in income as your empanelment/production grows. Benefits which are negotiable may include health insurance, malpractice coverage, PTO, CME coverage, and participation in retirement program 401k with profit sharing.

How to Apply:   Send resume to Rodney Todd, M.D., at , and interviews will be arranged accordingly.  For questions, call (541) 672-0497.



3/20/17 Internal Medicine (Portland-Area, OR)

Practice Description:   CRM Physicians, specializing in post hospitalization and geriatric care, is a business practicing generalized internal medicine and geriatric post hospitalization care in skilled nursing facilities throughout Oregon and Washington for over four years. We have been continuously growing since our inception and our practice is now staffed with approximately twenty medical providers.

Practice Website:  http://www.crmphysicians.com/

Duties & Responsibilities:  Develop treatment plans for skilled or geriatric patients with acute and/or chronic diseases by evaluating and assessing care requirements • On average, meet with and conduct an examination for roughly 12 patients per day • Interpret lab results and other diagnostics as needed • Implement, monitor, evaluate and modify treatment plans as required • Collaborate with and coordinate care with facility nursing staff to ensure treatment plans are adequately delivered from patient admission through patient discharge (i.e. coordinate discharge planning with social workers, answer questions regarding patient care, ensure follow up visits from hospitalization are scheduled) • Complete patient charting utilizing SOAP notes and submit patient encounter for billing • Educate and inform patient, families and nursing staff about patient diagnosis, disease processes & prevention and medications • Where appropriate, provide palliative or hospice information and/or care • From time to time may be asked to attend employee or facility meetings and to participate in company business projects as required.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred:  • Master of Physician Assistant (MPAS) degree from an accredited program • Board-certified through the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) • Physician Assistant state licensure required • Prescriptive authority with DEA licensing • CPR certified • Must be comfortable with basic computer/software systems (i.e., Google Docs, Microsoft Office Suite, and electronic medical records (EMR) systems) • Demonstrated proficiency with SOAP notes • Ability to exercise strong interpersonal and communication skills across a variety of audience types for a number of reasons. (i.e., ranging from delivery of difficult patient diagnosis to coordinating and disseminating/acquiring information and direction to/from facility staff and community primary care physicians (PCP) and Medical specialists. Empathetic listening skills are critical. • Must demonstrate the ability to work independently with minimal supervision and organize personal work processes.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits:  • Health insurance contributions • Processing and payment for all licensure and credentialing requirements • Medical malpractice insurance coverage • CME budget, UpToDate subscription and OMA membership • Company matched 401(k), and more.

How to Apply:   Send an email attaching your cover letter and resume to



3/14/17 Urology (Portland, OR)

Practice Description:  The Department of Urology at Oregon Health & Science University, provides comprehensive urology services for adults. We are committed to excellence in caring for urology patients with a personalized, patient-centered approach to care. Customer service and patient satisfaction ratings in the Department of Urology are some of the highest at OHSU. We are dedicated to providing the most efficient and highest quality patient experience. ;

Practice Website:  https://www.ohsu.edu/xd/health/services/urology/

Duties & Responsibilities:  (1) Providing operating room assistance for robotic surgical cases, and open surgical cases as necessary. This duty includes prompt and professional communication efforts, face-to-face customer contact skills, crisis management, use of available information technology and continuous application of process improvement methods and skills. Working with department chair, faculty and OHSU representatives to ensure staff and faculty adherence to departmental and OHSU customer service standards. (2) Inpatient responsibilities: Providing inpatient care and follow-up of assigned patients from OR to admission, and through discharge. Includes, but is not limited to: rounding on a daily basis with the faculty and residents, developing and implementing, in conjunction with faculty physicians, clinical plans of care and/or protocols for inpatients on the urology service, enhancing quality of patient services and decreasing length of inpatient stay; working actively with hospital and unit staff to rapidly develop and implement discharge plans for inpatients. (3) Outpatient responsibilities: Provide patient care in the outpatient setting and assist the attending physician with post-operative care. This includes pre and post op evaluations, and being available to take patient calls regarding questions; triage and assisting clinic support staff.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Experience in a surgical practice preferred, but newly graduated PAs will also be considered. Must have the ability to multi-task and prioritize; ability to be a self-starter and organized; ability to work as a team member and also independently; must possess a positive and enthusiastic attitude, an eagerness to learn the background in urologic surgery, particularly robotic surgery; possess excellent communication skills (verbal, written and active listening).

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: $85,014 - $125,000

Any other pertinent information: Monday through Friday work week, no on-call responsibilities.

How to Apply:   Apply on-line at https://www.ohsu.edu/xd/about/services/human-resources/ Use keyword search for: IRC56603.

3/2/17 Hospital Medicine (Portland, OR)

Practice Description:  The Division of Hospital Medicine was formally founded in 2005, evolving from our ancestrally linked pre-hospitalist program, commencing in 1995.  This history has significance as it relates to our initial core principles and goals of providing excellence in clinical care and establishing a center of excellence for inpatient teaching and mentorship.  In 1998, we further evolved and expanded into the Department of Medicine Hospitalist Program, then evolved again in 2005 to form the Clinical Hospitalist Service. The Division has over 25 hospitalist faculty.

Practice Website:  http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/education/schools/school-of-medicine/departments/clinical-departments/medicine/divisions/hospital-medicine/index.cfm

Duties & Responsibilities:  The duties of this position include: To provide patient care in accordance with allied health privileges granted by OHSU. The advanced practice provider is under the supervision of the Head of the Division of Hospital Medicine and provides patient care consistent with the credentials and the philosophy of the Department of Medicine, University Hospitals and Clinics. The advanced practice provider functions in a manner which maintains the confidentiality and privacy of each patient, promotes a positive relationship with all health team members and supports the policies and procedures of the University Hospitals and Clinics. This advanced practice provider role involves: • Medically managing adult medicine inpatients • Medically managing adult medicine consultant inpatients, including glucose management • Performance of selected procedures • Promoting an integrated and interdisciplinary approach to patient care • Assuring effective and efficient patient flow • Partnering with case managers on discharge planning and efficiently discharging patients under the guidance of the supervising physician • Educating patients and families throughout the stay. • Using best practice clinical protocols and guidelines to achieve optimal patient outcomes • Supporting attendings and other advanced practice providers within the Division, as well as other staff including nursing, pharmacy and physical/occupational therapy.  Additional responsibilities as assigned by the Director of the Clinical Hospitalist Service or the Head of the Division of Hospital Medicine.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Master's degree as a physician assistant and a current Oregon PA license and specialty certification. Additional requirements include: skilled in systems thinking, ability to multi-task, prioritize and meet required timeframes, ability to work as a team member in an interdisciplianry setting, interest in scholarship and process improvement and demonstration of effective communications in both verbal, written, and electronic media.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Maybe

Salary Range & Benefits: $90,000 – 110,000.

How to Apply:   Send CV, cover letter, and three references to Heather Crowell at .



3/1/17 Geriatrics (Portland, OR)

Practice Description:  The OHSU Inpatient Geriatrics Consult Service provides comprehensive geriatric assessment and management recommendations to primary teams caring for frail, medically complex older adults.

Practice Website:  http://www.ohsu.edu/xd/education/schools/school-of-medicine/departments/clinical-departments/medicine/divisions/general-internal-medicine/index.cfm

Duties & Responsibilities:  The duties of this position include working collaboratively with the Inpatient Geriatrics team to further development, implementation, operation, and evaluation of the interprofessional inpatient geriatric program with the goal of improving the care we offer to hospitalized older adults. Duties include but are not limited to: • Providing detailed recommendations to medicine and subspecialty teams to optimize care of frail, medically complex hospitalized older adults • Promoting an integrated and interprofessional approach to patient care • Assuring effective and efficient patient flow • Bedside and didactic teaching of fellows, residents, students, and other learners regarding optimal care of hospitalized elders • Assisting in the ongoing development and expansion of the Inpatient Geriatrics Program • Partnering with case managers on discharge planning • Educating patients and families throughout the stay and upon discharge • Communicating with primary care and facility providers to optimize transitions across care settings • Using best practice clinical protocols and guidelines to achieve optimal patient outcomes • Participating in scholarly work associated with the Inpatient Geriatrics Program. Teaching should include bedside rounds, and focus on techniques of history and physician examination, expanding clinical reasoning and critical thinking, and applying and reviewing current best evidence for our practice. Teaching faculty are expected to provide pre-rotation orientation, mid-term formative feedback, and post-rotation verbal and written feedback. The faculty member will be expected to participate in continuing education, professional and faculty development and scholarship as directed by his/her department.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Requirements: master's degree as a physician assistant or in nursing, current Oregon NP or PA license, minimum of two years’ clinical experience with a focus on care of older adults, and a demonstrated commitment to educational excellence.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? No

Salary Range & Benefits: Salary commensurate with experience. Compensation includes a base academic salary paid through the academic department with potential for a clinical salary from an incentive system based on the success and productivity of the service, as well as personal initiative.

Any other pertinent information: FTE: 0.80 - 1.0, part or full time, Monday - Friday.

How to Apply:  Please send cover letter and CV to Jodi James, administrative manager, General Internal Medicine & Geriatrics, at or fax to (503) 494-0979 or call (503) 494-7943. Or visit http://www.ohsu.edu/hr, click Search for Jobs, and search for job posting # IRC56834.



2/27/17 Ear, Nose, Throat (Portland, OR)

Practice Description:  All aspects of ear, nose and throat care are part of our practice, including allergy testing, audiology services (including diagnostic hearing examinations, maintenance and fitting of digital hearing aids, and the latest technology in hearing aids--such as bluetooth connectivity), endocrine surgery, facial plastic surgery, and medical spa services. This is a full-time, 5 day a week position, with on-call day duties at the office and at our two hospital affiliations (Providence Portland and Legacy Mt. Hood), as well as some limited weekend responsibilities. We are a practice of 3 physicians who see the breadth of otolaryngological issues.

Practice Website:  https://www.oregonclinic.com/specialties/ear-nose-throat

Duties & Responsibilities:  Perform upper airway endoscopy, management of epistaxis, fine needle aspiration biopsies, punch and shave biopsies, cerumen removal, patient education and counseling, and some surgical assisting with operating room and office-based procedures.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Must be a graduate of an accredited physician assistant program and authorized by the state of Oregon to practice medicine with the supervision of a licensed physician. One to two years of experience in otolaryngology is preferred, however, a motivated new graduate with excellent references will be considered. Ability to maintain positive working relationships with physicians, hospital and office staff, patients and their families. Skill in evaluating and revising care plan based on patient changes.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: Salary DOE. Medical, vision, and Rx insurance is 100% paid for by The Oregon Clinic for full-time employees.

Any other pertinent information: This description is intended to provide only basic guidelines for meeting job requirements. Responsibilities, knowledge, skills, abilities and working conditions may change as needs evolve. The Oregon Clinic is an alcohol and drug-free workplace and an EEO Employer. Offers are contingent on successful completion of drug and background screenings. Please note we follow federal guidelines regarding prohibited substances, even for those legal at the state level.

How to Apply:   Please use this link to apply online: https://rn22.ultipro.com/ORE1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1568.



2/24/17 Neurosurgery (Seattle, WA)

Practice Description:  Our Seattle team is an experienced group of 5 physicians (3 neurosurgeons, 1 PM&R physician and 1 family medicine spine physician) and 3 full-time physician assistants. Hospital is located approximately 1 mile south of our medical center.

Practice Website:  http://www.grouphealthphysicians.org/careers/open_positions/specialty/pac_neuro_csb.html

Duties & Responsibilities: Duties and responsibilities include call, 1st assist, rounding and clinic. Must have an unrestricted Washington State medical license and unrestricted federal-issued DEA.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Must have an unrestricted Washington State medical license and unrestricted federal-issued DEA. Ideal candidate will have 1-3 years of neurosurgery experience, including call, 1st assist, rounding and clinic.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: Benefits include: full malpractice indemnification (including tail coverage), medical/dental/vision benefits, 401(k) & Pension, 4 weeks paid vacation, CME, long-term disability, long-term care benefits. Competitive salary offered.

How to Apply:   Send resume to Jenelle Van Assen at , fax to (206) 877-0652 or call at (206) 448-6192.



2/22/17 Family Medicine (Seattle, WA)

Practice Description:  Sea Mar Community Health Centers, founded in 1978, is a community-based organization committed to providing quality, comprehensive health, human, housing, educational and cultural services to diverse communities, specializing in service to Latinos in Washington state. Sea Mar proudly serves all persons without regard to race, ethnicity, immigration status, gender, or sexual orientation, and regardless of ability to pay for services. Sea Mar's network of services includes more than 90 medical, dental, and behavioral health clinics and a wide variety of nutritional, social, and educational services.

Practice Website:  http://www.seamar.org/index.php

Duties & Responsibilities:  • Provide primary medical care services to patients • Refer patients to medical specialists or other sources of service when necessary • Prescribe and/or dispenses required medication to patients according to the individual prescriptive authority granted by the Washington State Board and with the sponsoring physician’s supervision • Participate in preventive health programs such as immunization, disease detection and disease prevention activities. This includes education programs for patients and community groups in the service areas with the approval of the sponsoring physician and the clinical director and/or clinic manager • Participate in clinical affairs, working with administrative personnel, the clinical director and the medical director to improve the patient care experience • Provides care for special groups of patients such as those in nursing homes or other institutions when appropriate.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Baccalaureate degree or a minimum of two (2) years of college credits; state licensed physician assistant-certified. Successful completion of an accredited physician assistant program, certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA). To prescribe legend drugs, the PA-C must have notation of approval on license. A current DEA certificate is required if applicant is requesting privileges to prescribe controlled substances. A current CPR certificate is required. Additional education may be required for some specialty areas (orthopedics, etc.). Knowledge of and interest in the unique cultural aspects of the Hispanic people is needed. Bilingual ability in English and Spanish is preferred but not required.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Maybe

Salary Range & Benefits: Competitive salary, generous time off, annual CME allowance, malpractice insurance, dental, medical and vision benefits, sabbatical leave and more.

Any other pertinent information: Sea Mar is the largest CHC in the state of Washington. We have positions available across the state. Please email for more information on available positions and to apply.

How to Apply:   Submit letter of interest and CV to .



2/7/17 Hospitalist (Coos Bay, OR)

Practice Description:  Bay Area Hospital is a 129-bed acute-care regional hospital located in Coos Bay, Oregon. We are Joint Commission accredited, and employ a range of doctors, nurses, skilled technicians and support staff, all of whom support a mission to improve the health of our community.

Practice Website:   http://www.bayareahospital.org

Duties & Responsibilities:  • Provides needed procedures, including assisting in surgery • Performs procedures, diagnostic procedures and therapeutic procedures within scope of practice • Assists in room set up and turn over • Performs other duties as assigned • Assists operative team as directed by OR manager and charge nurses • Coordinates all surgical assistants to provide surgical assisting services • Produces and maintains surgical assistant call schedule.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: • Completion of an accredited physician assistant program • Board certified by the NCCPA • Licensed to practice in the state of Oregon • ACLS certified or must obtain within six months of hire date • BLS certified or must obtain within 60-days of hire date • Minimum of one year physician assistant experience preferred • Minimum of two years’ operating room surgical assist experience preferred • Robotics surgery experience preferred.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: Medical, dental and vision coverage, retirement plans, life insurance, disability coverage and paid time off.

Any other pertinent information: The hospital has an Employee Health Clinic for employees and their dependents to use for their health care needs. Primary care or urgent care is offered and we have a Family Nurse Practitioner on staff to provide services to our employees. Wellness is very important to the hospital and we have an on-site fitness center available to employees who want to work out before or after work, or on their day off. It is open 24 hours a day and only costs $6 per month.

How to Apply:  To apply, go to jobs.bayareahospital.org and search for "PA Surgical Assistant".



2/7/17 Gastroenterology (Tualitin/Oregon City, OR)

Practice Description:  The Gastroenterology South division of The Oregon Clinic is seeking a full-time physician assistant to join our busy clinics located in Oregon City and Tualatin. This position will cover both locations. We are located right in your community, with more than 60 providers that excel at what they do--everything from working to beat colon cancer to helping patients manage their Crohn's and Colitis to getting to the bottom of heartburn and other digestive related diseases. Our doctors are specifically trained to care for diseases of the esophagus, stomach, liver, colon, intestines, and gallbladder, so you'll get the peace of mind only a specialist can offer.

Practice Website:  https://www.oregonclinic.com/specialties/gastroenterology

Duties & Responsibilities:  The provider is responsible for specialty care services, including assessing and managing gastroenterology patients, while following established standards and practices. We treat all aspects of GI conditions and preventive care, our midlevel providers play a critical role in the care of our patients.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: • Successful completion of an accredited physician assistant program and current Oregon PA license • Minimum of 3 years' professional physician assistant experience in a clinical setting required • Prior experience with Logician and Centricity a plus • Ability to maintain positive working relationships with physicians, and office staff, patients and their families • Excellent communication skills and professionalism • Strong commitment to patient care team concept and privacy guidelines.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? No

Salary Range & Benefits: Salary DOE. Medical, vision, and Rx insurance is 100% paid for by The Oregon Clinic for full-time employees.

Any other pertinent information: This description is intended to provide only basic guidelines for meeting job requirements. Responsibilities, knowledge, skills, abilities and working conditions may change as needs evolve.  The Oregon Clinic is an alcohol and drug-free workplace and an EEO Employer. Offers are contingent on successful completion of drug and background screenings. Please note we follow Federal Guidelines regarding prohibited substances, even for those legal at the state level.

How to Apply:  Please use this link to apply: https://rn22.ultipro.com/ORE1000/jobboard/NewCandidateExt.aspx?__JobID=1549.



2/7/17  Orthopedic Spine (Tualitin, OR)

Practice Description:  Oregon Spine Care is a busy spine clinic with two orthopedic spine surgeons and two physician assistants.

Practice Website:  http://www.oregonspinecare.org

Duties & Responsibilities:  Works closely and collaborates with physician in the office and operating room settings. Patient care is a mixture of independent and supervised work. Assistance with hospital rounding on inpatient cases.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Graduate of an accredited PA program and successful certification through the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. Previous experience as a surgical first assist and inpatient hospital care assisting preferred

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: Competitive salary based on experience. Vacation, production bonus, 401k, malpractice and health insurance, CME stipend.

How to Apply:   Email resume/CV to Allana Vargas at .



2/6/17 Orthopedics (Medford, OR)

Practice Description:  Southern Oregon Orthopedics, Inc., is accepting applications for a full-time, licensed physician assistant to assist one of its spine surgeons in all aspects of his clinical practice.

Practice Website:  http://www.oregonortho.com

Duties & Responsibilities:  This position includes clinic, surgery first assist, and call.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Licensed PA.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: $142,500.00 salary per year. We offer medical, vision, dental, 401K, paid CME, and relocation help if needed.

Any other pertinent information: Southern Oregon Orthopedics is the largest orthopedic surgical practice in the Medford/Ashland/Jacksonville area and offers a very competitive salary and benefits package. Located approximately 25 miles from the California border. Southern Oregon offers great weather/quality of life and a wide variety of outdoor activities.

How to Apply:  Please send cover letter and resume to Sherri Battles at or call (541) 608-2558 if you have questions.



2/6/17 Family Medicine (Canby, OR)

Practice Description:  Davies Clinic has been providing exceptional primary care in the Canby area since 1957. We are seeking to expand our services as the Canby area is growing. We provide services to adults and children but not obstetrical care. We provide urgent care for our patients including many procedures. We are seeking a motivated hard-working individual that would like a three-day work week. Great team to work with.

Practice Website:  http://www.daviesclinic.com

Duties & Responsibilities:  Providing comprehensive acute and chronic care for all ages. Hours: Tuesday 8-5 pm, Wednesday 8-8 pm, and Friday 8-4 pm.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Experience preferred but exceptional new graduates will be considered. Must be comfortable using Epic.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: Competitive salary; production bonus; health, vision and dental benefits; 401K; phone stipend.

How to Apply:  Send cover letter and resume to DeOna Bridgeman, MD, at .



2/2/17  Internal Medicine (Vancouver, WA)

Practice Description:  Join an internist in a well established practice that has been a part of our community for over 16 years. Exceptional work environment; good mix of insurance plans. Adult patients only. Practice around a growing mix of subspecialists and hospital ( next to PeaceHealth SW ) for easy referral and testing. Seeking a PA who enjoys dinner with their family and weekends off.

Practice Website:  http://emcmedicalclinic.com/index.html

Duties & Responsibilities: Being the patients' primary care provider. Provide high quality personalized health care to our community in accordance with accepted professional practice standards.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Requirement: Compassionate physician assistant who loves to work in a friendly small office. Great communication and organizational skills. Licensed to practice in Washington.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: With experience, $60+ per hour, negotiable. Competitive guaranteed salary with production bonus.

Any other pertinent information: $1200 referral bonus if you recommend a candidate who is ultimately hired.

How to Apply: .