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10/19/20 Family Medicine (Garden Valley, ID)

Practice Description: Garden Valley Family Medicine is seeking an board-certified physician assistant to join their growing and thriving family practice.  Work a rotating schedule: 2 weeks on and a week off.  Call is shared on a rotating schedule every 3 weeks, with a week off after your call week. Garden Valley Family Medicine is the only medical practice in Boise County serving all the needs of primary care from acute illnesses and injuries to chronic illnesses of patients of all ages. 

Duties & Responsibilities: Provide general family medical care to patients of all ages. Treat acute and chronic illnesses in a rural outpatient setting.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Board-certified physician assistant.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: Salary: $95,000 - 110,000 DOE; medical, dental and vision insurance, CME, 12 weeks of vacation.

Any other pertinent information: Are you sick of the 9-5. Are you looking for a lifestyle with time to pursue other passions outside of medicine? How would you like a week off every month? You can have a satisfying career providing medical care in a rural community and have time away to refresh, do the things you love, spend time with family. Yes, you can have it all. Boise County has wide open spaces, wonderful schools with small classes, and all the outdoor activities: hunting, fishing, rafting, kayaking, snowmobiling, hiking, camping.

How to Apply: Send your resume to If you have any questions about this opportunity, please call Rosemary at (208) 781-0277.


10/13/20 General and Vascular Surgery (Medford, OR)

Practice Description: 8 surgeons and 8 PAs. Our surgeons have been leaders in general, oncologic, endocrine, bariatric, vascular, endovascular, laparoscopic and robotic surgery for over 45 years. 

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Duties & Responsibilities: Position includes working in the OR on a rotation with our surgeons, rounding, patient triage, providing call coverage and performing post-op visits in an office setting.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: BS degree in health-related field. Master's degree preferred • Completion of AMA PA program required • Successfully completed National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants (National Boards) • Prior surgical experience preferred but we are willing to train a recent graduate.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: We offer a competitive compensation package with great benefits, CME allowance, relocation expenses and a sign-on bonus.

Any other pertinent information: Southern Oregon is a wonderful place to live and practice. It offers some of the Northwest's most refined and rugged adventures. On the one hand there’s the Tony-Award winning Shakespeare Festival in Ashland and the visits to the nearby vineyards, chocolatiers, and cheese makers, and of course the fine restaurants that serve the fruits of their labor. Southern Oregon is also home to Crater Lake, the deepest and possibly bluest lake in the country, the Oregon Caves National Monument, and the raging Rogue River.

Joining our team of 8 PAs is a great opportunity to expand your knowledge and develop your surgical skills.

How to Apply: Please send your resume to Shane Irving at or fax to (541) 245-4820.

10/7/20 Community Health Center (Eugene, OR)

Practice Description: The Community Health Centers of Lane County (CHCLC) is a dynamic, growing organization that has been providing comprehensive primary care and behavioral health services to the citizens of Lane County since 2004. We operate six primary care clinics in which we provide a broad array of services to adults and children. We also provide preventative dental services to children in schools, Head Start, and WIC locations throughout Lane County. CHCLC provides services to approximately 30,000 individuals each year, and is a primary source of care for uninsured and underinsured individuals. CHCLC is a Federally Qualified Health Center whose mission is to serve the community by offering excellent care and eliminating barriers to healthcare.

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Duties & Responsibilities: To provide comprehensive primary medical care under the supervision of a licensed physician with emphasis on prevention of disease and promotion of health; and to perform related duties as assigned.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: • Bachelor's Degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university with major course work in primary care program for physician assistants • One year of responsible licensed physician assistant experience or an equivalent combination of experience and training that will demonstrate the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying • State of Oregon License as a physician assistant including dispensing privileges • DEA Certificate • National Board Certification • National Provider Identifier (NPI) • BLS/CPR/First Aid by time of hire Supervising Physician complete on-line study • Provide documentation that Oregon Medical Board has accepted the completed supervising physician application • Immunes/TB test within 10 days of hire.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Maybe

Salary Range & Benefits: $89,336.00 - $123,864.00 annually, full medical, dental, vision benefits, deferred compensation, paid time off.

Any other pertinent information: Eligible for loan forgiveness.

How to Apply:

9/16/20 Radiation Oncology (Salem, OR)

Practice Description: Excellent career opportunity for a physician assistant to join a 4-physician group of radiation oncologists. The PA will become an integral part of an interdisciplinary team providing care for cancer patients receiving radiation therapy.

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Duties & Responsibilities: Conducts initial consultation patient interviews, presents information to physician, assists with clinical documentation of patient encounters • Performs clinical assessments and manages symptoms for patients currently undergoing radiotherapy, including ordering lab tests and prescribing medications • Assesses patient/family needs and recommends resources, provides counseling/education • Sees and manages follow up patients independently, under supervision of the radiation oncologist • Attends chart rounds, tumor boards, specialty meetings, or conferences, as required • Assists with multiple aspects of radiotherapy treatment planning.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Completion of a PA program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA).
• Current PA certification (PA-C) • Current Oregon state PA licensure • Current DEA certification • Strong technical/computer skills and EMR experience required • Oncology experience preferred.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: Full-time position M-F (4.5 days/week). Outpatient clinic with great work-life balance, no weekends, no holidays, no call. Competitive salary, comprehensive benefits, retirement plan.

How to Apply: To apply, please email cover letter and resume to Samuel Wang, MD, at

9/16/20 Hematology/Oncology (Corvallis, OR)

Practice Description: Samaritan Health Services has an opportunity for an NP or PA in medical oncology at Oregon Oncology Specialists (OOS) Corvallis.

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Duties & Responsibilities: As a member of the OOS Corvallis region team, your responsibilities would include the care and management of patients in both the inpatient and outpatient settings. Our APP’s provide patient education, bone marrow biopsies, survivorship visits, chemotherapy and immune therapy toxicity management, advanced care planning visits and general management of primary care issues related to hematology and oncology.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: Two years of clinical experience as a PA or NP • Background in hematology/oncology or critical care strongly preferred • Board certification as Advanced Nurse Practitioner or NCCPA certification for PAs • Currently active full unrestricted Oregon state license required or able to obtain current DEA license (or eligible to obtain required).

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? No

Salary Range & Benefits: • Health/dental/vision insurance • Retirement plan • Paid time off.

Any other pertinent information: OOS is an Equal Opportunity Employer and our mission is to provide the highest quality, most advanced care, and to treat all our patients with the utmost compassion, honesty and respect. Most important of all are the relationships we form with our patients—and with each other. Our team highly values work-life balance with the best fits being those who work hard and like to play hard. As one of the last physician-owned oncology practices in the Pacific Northwest, we offer the opportunity to work in a leading oncology clinic with exceptional coworkers committed to your success.

SHS’s Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center is the sponsoring institution of our American College of Surgeons accredited cancer program, in fact, it is the only ACOS accredited program in Oregon under the Academic Comprehensive Cancer Center category. Additionally, Good Sam is an NAPBC accredited program, recognizing only the top breast cancer programs in the country.

How to Apply: To apply, visit or to find out more, contact Molly Bell at or (541) 768-4419.

8/27/20 Otolaryngology (Portland, OR)

Practice Description: Northwest ENT & Allergy is a general otolaryngology practice with an emphasis on allergy and sleep medicine. Two physicians and two locations. Both locations are equipped with flexible laryngoscopes, ear microscopes, CT scanners, audiology and home sleep testing.

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Duties & Responsibilities: Independently examine and disp general ENT patients. Procedure-oriented specialty with many patients requiring flexible laryngoscopy or nasal endoscopy, ear debridement, nasal cautery, needle biopsy, I&D of abscesses, etc.

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: ENT-specific work experience not required but would be advantageous. Work experience in any specialty that is procedurally oriented would also be helpful.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: Negotiable but position is initially part time (3 days per week) starting at $64,000 yearly with no PA work experience, $72,000 yearly with 2+ years of relevant PA work experience. Transition to full time (4.5 days per week) post-Covid (in 6-8 months), when salary would bump to $96,000 to $108,000 yearly, based on experience. Three weeks (15 work days) of vacation yearly. $3,000 yearly in CMA allowance, 3 CME days. Full health and dental insurance, 401K with employer match.

How to Apply: Email CV and cover letter to Adrian Varela, M.D.,

7/23/20 Interventional Pain Management (Medford, OR)

Practice Description: Pain Specialists of Southern Oregon is Southern Oregon’s first and largest interventional pain management group with specialists in both anesthesiology and physiatry. We strive to be pioneers in the advancement of pain management techniques and to remain on the cutting edge of pain management, and continue to be informed and trained in new methods and technology.

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Duties & Responsibilities: The PA/NP will work in conjunction with the physicians to provide healing and hope to those in our community struggling with chronic pain. Activities performed during an office visit include:
• Provide excellent reliable service to patients and their families
• Obtain and records detailed patient history
• Perform physical examinations
• Order and interpret diagnostic procedures
• Make diagnostic assessments
• Prescribe interventional therapy
• Review outcomes of interventional therapy
• Stratify patients into defined risk groups
• Prescribe medications
• Educate and counsel patients on pain management, preventative care, and lifestyle concerns
• Refer for other specialty evaluations as needed
• Prescribe pain focused treatment plans based on patient- specific needs.
• Document encounters into electronic health record
• Select appropriate code for billing

Experience & Qualifications Required or Preferred: 2-5 years' experience is preferred, but new grads welcome to apply. Requirements: Graduate from an accredited PA/NP program. Basic Life Support (BLS) certified by American Heart Association (AHA). Ability to obtain NP license by Oregon State Board of Nursing (OSBN); or obtain PA license by the Oregon Medical Board.

Will you consider a new graduate for this position? Yes

Salary Range & Benefits: $100,000-$120,000+ per year, full benefit package including vacation/sick time, 401K, and a Monday-Friday work schedule (no weekends).

Any other pertinent information: Crater Lake Surgery Center, ASC for procedures. With 78,000 residents, Medford is the largest city in the region and serves as a medical hub for more than 550,000 people in Southern Oregon and Northern California. We thrive in providing excellent medical care in a small community.

How to Apply: Please email cover letter and CV to Rick Coimbra at