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9/18/23 Urology (Springfield, OR)

Practice Description: Oregon Urology Institute is one of the largest, most advanced urological centers in the Northwest. Oregon Urology Institute provides patients with some of the region's finest medical experts covering every major urological specialty using proven and leading-edge technologies such as robotic surgery, immunotherapy, and radiation therapy.

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Duties & Responsibilities: Provider is responsible for assessment, diagnosis and treatment of patients with urologic needs • Provides care primarily in an office setting, with hospital rounding responsibilities Evaluate patients to determine their medical condition Perform clinical procedures for patient's benefit which are within scope and skill of practitioner, and which are economically feasible Communicate information to patients regarding diagnosis and treatment goals Maintains accurate, complete, and timely documentation in the electronic medical record Perform other job-related duties, as assigned.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Current, unrestricted PA license in the state of Oregon or the ability to obtain • Ability to obtain DEA license • Knowledge of treatment and drug interactions.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes.

Salary Range & Benefits: Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Pay scale is $105,000-$175,000 annually that includes bonus opportunities. Oregon Urology Institute pays all the premiums for the employee and their dependents for Medical, dental, vision, life insurance, AD&D, and employee assistance program.  Voluntary benefits include health savings account, flexible spending account, voluntary life, critical illness, accident. We also offer a 401k retirement plan, along with participation in a profit-sharing plan.

Any other pertinent information: Oregon Urology Institute is an equal opportunity employer that is committed to fair and impartial treatment of employees, job applicants, and contractors, and to maintaining a discrimination and harassment-free work environment where people treat one another with respect. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws.

How to Apply: For full consideration, please apply at

9/12/23 Classical Hematology (Portland, OR)

Practice Description: Join OHSU's section of Classical Hematology (a.k.a. "benign heme")! Our specialty sees a wide variety of fascinating diagnoses, including: thrombosis (venous and arterial), hemoglobinopathies (e.g. thalassemia and sickle cell disease), thrombocytopenia (e.g. ITP, liver disease), anemias (e.g. iron and B12 deficiency, hemolysis), and more.

Practice Website: OHSU Classical Hematology

Duties & Responsibilities: Assist with evaluation of ambulatory patients (virtual, e-consult and/or in-person) with hematologic diseases • Independently manage your own patient panel, including handling an EPIC inbasket for labs and provider/patient messages • MDs always available and happy to discuss challenging cases • Clinical focus would initially be on evaluation and treatment of iron deficiency via the OHSU iron program, with opportunity to expand diagnose based on interest and skill • Four 10-hour days per week. Final schedule to be determined upon hiring.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Graduate of a PA or NP program • Interest in classical hematology • Ambition to be involved in the creation and running of a new program (Iron) • Current and active PA license in the State of Oregon.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes, new graduates with a strong desire to work in classical hematology welcome.

Any other pertinent information: Oregon Health & Science University values a diverse and culturally competent workforce. We are proud of our commitment to being an equal opportunity, affirmative action organization that does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of any protected class status, including disability status and protected veteran status. Individuals with diverse backgrounds and those who promote diversity and a culture of inclusion are encouraged to apply. To request reasonable accommodation contact the Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Department at 503-494-5148 or

How to Apply: Apply online here. For questions about the position, email Classical Hematology Program Director Sven Olson,MD.

9/11/23 Urology (Vancouver, WA)

Practice Description: Vancouver Clinic is physician owned and encompasses primary care and 40-plus specialties. The current urology practice consists of six physicians, two physician assistants, and a nurse practitioner. This position includes a variety of clinic, surgery, and hospital work.

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Duties & Responsibilities: Assist with a variety of urological cases, including robotics.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Minimum of two years of experience.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? No

Salary Range & Benefits: Competitive salary commensurate with experience. Pay scale is $139,894 - $171,441. Eligibility for benefits is dependent on factors such as position type and FTE. Medical, dental, vision, life insurance, AD&D, long-term disability, health savings account, flexible spending account, employee assistance program, and multiple supplemental benefits (voluntary life, critical illness, accident, hospital indemnity, identity theft protection, legal services, etc.). We also offer a 401k retirement plan, along with participation in a profit-sharing plan.

Any other pertinent information: Vancouver Clinic is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Vancouver Clinic does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, veteran, military status, religion, age, creed, national origin, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, marital status, genetic information, or any other basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law. We are an alcohol- and drug-free workplace. Offers are contingent on successful completion of background screen and immunization requirements.

How to Apply: Preferred method: please apply online at and search for REQ0006526. Alternately, email CV and cover letter to Amy Barter, Manager of Physician & APC Recruiting, at

8/29/23 Interventional Radiology (Corvallis, OR)

Practice Description: Corvallis Radiology, PC, is a well-established, independent, mid-sized private practice group providing medical imaging services. Our team consists of four IR physicians in a group of approximately 20 radiologists; the group partners with all five hospital sites within Samaritan Health Services, an integrated healthcare network serving the mid-Willamette Valley and Central Oregon Coast. 

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Duties & Responsibilities: The position will be based in Corvallis, Oregon but will involve occasional travel to other Samaritan Health System hospitals • Work with IR physicians to manage the daily workflow of patient schedule • Perform and document diagnostic and therapeutic procedures including paracentesis and thoracentesis, lumbar puncture, joint injection and aspiration • Other procedures such as ultrasound and CT-guided lymph node/soft/solid organ biopsy, ultrasound and CT-guided drain placements, port and tunneled catheter placement and removal, enteric tube placement, gastrostomy/nephrostomy/biliary tube changes can be offered based upon candidate training • Perform and document diagnostic fluoroscopic exams such as barium esophagrams and upper GI studies • After-hours and weekend call for light IR procedures

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Will train the right candidate but experience is preferred.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: $120K -$150K depending on experience • Retirement savings options including 401K profit sharing and cash balance plan • Professional liability insurance • Family medical insurance • Disability and life insurance.

How to Apply: Please send your CV and cover letter to

8/28/23 Multiple Specialties (North Central, WA) - multiple positions

Practice Description: Located in north central Washington State, Confluence Health is an integrated healthcare delivery system that includes: A 12,000 square-mile service area with outpatient clinics in 12 rural communities • Two hospitals located in Wenatchee, WA with more than 30 medical specialties • More than 300 physicians and 170 advanced practice clinicians organization wide • Specialist outreach to clinic regularly.

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Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: See individual job postings linked below for details.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Varies based on opening.

Salary Range & Benefits: Salary depends on experience • Signing bonus, matching 401k, life insurance, long-term disability insurance, plus more Confluence Health Internal student loan repayment up to $24,000 Relocation stipend of $5,000 in first paycheck Continuing medical education allowance of $4,000 every two years Generous healthcare benefits Government site qualified – HPSA Score 16Mentoring program.

Any other pertinent information:

A sports enthusiast’s paradise offering boating, camping, hunting, fishing, hiking, golfing, skiing, mountain biking, and birdwatching • Historical museum, performing arts, community festivals and celebrations for the family • Family friendly environment with safe communities and opportunities for the entire family to be involved in music, culture, and arts • Historical museum, performing arts, community festivals and celebrations for the family nearby • Public and private school systems that complement the individual learning styles of students • Local community colleges allow opportunity for high school students to earn their AA and high school diploma at the same time • Excellent Parks and Recreation Department with year-round youth and adult activities • Competitive interscholastic athletics and club sports.

How to Apply: For more information, visit Confluence Jobs Search. To speak with a recruiter, please email

8/25/23 Primary Care (Salem, OR)

Practice Description: Northwest Human Services is a non-profit leader in providing advocacy, quality healthcare and social services in Marion and Polk counties since 1970. We are a mission focused organization providing compassionate and professional medical, dental, psychiatry, mental health, and wraparound services for those in our community who need it most - uninsured individuals, families, the homeless, and migrant workers.

Northwest Human Services has locations in Salem and Monmouth, with PA openings at both.

Practice Website: Full position description and benefits details available here.

Duties & Responsibilities: As part of the primary care treatment team, you will provide care coordination by working alongside our community health workers, medical assistants, nurses, mental health case managers, counselors, psychiatrists, psych NPs, and other team members to support continuity of care for patients with complex needs.  Our integrated care model means our medical and behavioral health clinicians help patients and their families address medical conditions and behavioral health factors that affect their health and well-being. Full position description available here.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Graduate of an accredited medical school or physician assistant program • Licensed to practice in the State of Oregon with prescriptive authority and DEA • Must be professionally bondable/insurable • Ability and willingness to provider Obstetrical care preferred • Valid Oregon driver's license and proof of automobile insurance • CPR/BLS certification in infant, child and adult required • Bilingual/bicultural strongly preferred; Bilingual in English/Spanish a plus • Previous experience in community health preferred • PAs must fulfill all requirements of the Oregon Medical Board including on-line submission of a PA Collaboration Agreement.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes, but must be licensed.

Salary Range & Benefits: The base annual salary for a PA ranges from $107,848 to $134,784 and up to $161,304; salary is DOE Full comprehensive medical with 2 plans, dental, and vision • Group life: short-term and long-term disability 100% paid by employer • 403(b) retirement plan with 3% employer match • 10 hours of monthly paid time off based on FTE • 7.5 paid holidays each year, plus 2 paid floating holidays • Retention bonus plan Malpractice insurance CME reimbursement; up to 5 days CME payLicense, DEA, and board certification, and association renewals. Full benefits details available here.

Any other pertinent information: Northwest Human Services sites are eligible for various Provider Incentive Programs through the Oregon Office of Rural Health and National Health Service Corps loan repayment and scholar programs as well as the Rural Practitioner Tax Cred. For more information check out the Office of Rural Health, National health Service Corps, and Public Service Loan Forgiveness websites. NWHS sites have a Primary Care HPSA Score of 18, Dental score of 19, and a Mental Health score of 22.

How to Apply: Apply online here or visit our website at For more information about this opening please contact the HR department at (503) 588-5828 or by emailing 

All candidates who receive a written offer of employment will be required to undergo a criminal records check.

NWHS is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

8/25/23 Interventional Radiology (Salem, OR)

Practice Description: Salem Radiology Consultants, more commonly known in the local community as SRC, was established in 1973.  The practice is solely owned by a group of radiologist physicians who operate an outpatient imaging facility in Salem, Oregon as well as contract with other organizations to provide radiology professional and management services.  SRC is proud to provide expert radiologist services to our business partners, Salem Hospital, Salem Clinic, Urgent Care Center and West Valley Hospital. Additionally, SRC is the largest radiology group in the region and offers a depth of specialization that is more characteristic of radiology departments at major academic medical centers than in the private practice setting. 

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Duties & Responsibilities: The PA will have duties and responsibilities centered around the coordination and performance of interventional radiology procedures which will include a mix of inpatient and outpatient cases as well dedicated time consulting with patients in the outpatient clinic setting.  The preferred applicant will have an excellent bedside manner and demonstrate a desire and aptitude to perform interventional procedures.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Salem Radiology Consultants is willing to provide training in interventional radiology procedures to new and recent highly qualified graduates.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes, new graduates with a desire and aptitude for procedure work.

Salary Range & Benefits: Competitive salary and benefits based on experience and training in the range of $110,000 - $160,000 based on experience and ability to perform the full scope of image guided procedures using both ultrasound and fluoroscopic image guidance.

How to Apply: Applicants should email a current CV and cover letter as a single document to

7/13/23 General, Vascular, and Trauma Surgery APP (Medford, OR)

Practice Description: Oregon Surgical Specialists has a great team of 7 surgeons and 7 PAs. The PAs round on patients on the floor and in the ICU, first assist in surgery, take call, and evaluate/treat patients in the clinic. The PAs have 4-day work weeks and divide the responsibility of call days. The PAs work with all surgeons and assist in dozens of different general, vascular, robotic, bariatric, and trauma surgeries of varying acuities. 

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Duties & Responsibilities: Works collaboratively with surgeons and other physician assistants to provide surgical and clinical management across the continuum of care • Utilizes good critical-thinking and communication skills in the provision of safe and high quality care • Performs timely and effective patient triage • Orders appropriate testing and treatments • Performs approved therapeutic or diagnostic procedures based on patient’s clinical condition • Appropriately interprets diagnostic testing and patient response to treatment and revises plan of care accordingly • Assesses patient for changes in status and institutes appropriate interventions • Utilizes evidence-based decision making in all clinical practice • Documents thoroughly, in a concise manner using correct terminology and abbreviations • Maintains confidentiality of all patient, hospital and PA/physician related information; demonstrates complete discretion when discussing patient information • Demonstrates good judgment in handling emergency and unusual situations • Maintains and develops professional relationships with other departments and outside facility partners.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: BS degree in health-related field. Master's degree preferred • Completion of accredited physician assistant program required • Successful completion of Physician Assistant National Certifying Examination® (PANCE) required • Minimum of two (2) years’ experience as a physician assistant working with a surgeon preferred.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes. We are familiar with training new graduates.

Salary Range & Benefits: $120k - $135k annually. Position is salaried and includes on-call responsibilities. Base pay dependent upon experience. Additional pay for excess call days. Additional bonus pay at years 5, 7 and 10. Allowance for CME, membership dues, license fees, scrubs and cell phone. Generous retirement plan with profit-sharing. Additional incentive amount: $10k.

Any other pertinent information: We hope to hire people who can commit to the job and the area for 3-5+ years given the extensive training period. We prioritize collaboration and work closely with one another and other professions.

How to Apply: Please email your CV to

7/7/23 Nephrology (Springfield, OR)

Practice Description: Kidney Care of Oregon provides care and treatment to people affected by kidney disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and other kidney related issues, and has served Lane County for the last 50 years.

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Duties & Responsibilities: Individual must be a lifelong learner, curious and interested in continuously improving • A team player that remembers all we are doing revolves around the care of the patient • Someone that shares in the goals and ideals of wanting to be the best at what they do.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Licensed in the State of Oregon.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes.

Salary Range & Benefits: $100–125k depending on qualifications.

How to Apply: Email resume and cover letter to

7/3/23 Psychiatry (Portland, OR)

Practice Description: Psychiatry clinic located in Eugene, Oregon, and in the process of opening a satellite clinic in the Portland area. Providers include psychiatrists, PAs and PMHNPs. The practice consists of outpatient pharmacotherapy for adults with mental illness. Also, we are a study site for the FDA approval process for new medications. Clinicians may work remotely via our telemedicine portal or do in person visits. They can also work from any location within Oregon.

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Duties & Responsibilities: Psychiatric evaluations with medication management.  If interested, may also be involved in assisting with the clinical studies.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: A genuine interested in psychiatry is the only required qualification. No mental health experience is required.  New graduates are welcome. We have always had a focus on teaching and mentoring. For years, we have had medical, PA, and NP students do their psychiatry rotations in our clinic. New clinicians to our practice receive comprehensive training in psychiatry from myself and all the other clinicians. In addition to individual mentoring, we have regular all provider meetings for case discussions, reviewing psychiatric literature, discussing disease states, medication strategies, etc.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes.

Salary Range & Benefits: $90,000-$160,000.  Excellent health insurance, generous time off, and retirement benefits.

Any other pertinent information: We strive to have an excellent work-life balance not only for clinicians but also for all employees. We have great flexibility in work schedules.

How to Apply: Email Nick Telew, MD, at

7/3/23 Outpatient Sleep Medicine (Astoria, OR)

Practice Description: Join us at Pacific Sleep Program as a part-time PA at our Astoria location. Under the supervision of board-certified sleep medicine physicians, the physician assistant provides clinical care to our patients. Work schedule is flexible and family friendly with no weekends or after-hours call. Our ideal candidate would work 18-24 hours per week but we have significant flexibility in the days of the week worked and length of day worked.

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Duties & Responsibilities: Evaluation and treatment of patients with sleep disorders, primarily obstructive sleep apnea as well as other conditions such as restless leg syndrome and insomnia • Recommendations for adjustments of CPAP and other PAP (positive airway pressure) devices to patients • Working jointly as a team with the physicians and staff at Pacific Sleep Program in medication management of sleep disorders.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Graduate of an accredited PA program • Current PA licensure in the state of Oregon • Experience in sleep medicine is a plus • Familiarity with EPIC electronic medical record is a plus.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes, depending on interest in sleep medicine and primary care.

Salary Range & Benefits: Competitive salary, depending on experience level.

Any other pertinent information: We look forward to hearing from you! We have great experience working with our OHSU team!

How to Apply: Please email R. Breaden MD, MPH, Medical Director, at