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The MetroHealth System
Physician Assistant - Trauma Surgery
As the site of the county's most experienced Level I Adult Trauma Center and Level II Pediatric Trauma Center, we offer one of the only two adult and pediatric burn centers in the state of Ohio. Accommodating a total of more than one million patient visits annually, MetroHealth is an academic medical center for teaching and research and is affiliated with Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. In addition, it has earned Magnet® status for nursing excellence.
Rotating shifts, locations (west and south of Cleveland), including weekends & evenings
In collaboration with a physician, these professionals will deliver direct patient care, including identification, management and/or referral of health problems. Offering pre-, intra-, and post-operative care, these individuals will be responsible for trauma surgery call coverage with inpatient management and/or OR assist.
Additional responsibilities include:
* Managing complex illnesses and delivering specialty care.
* Functioning in a supportive role to provide optimum care to surgical patients.
* Upholding the standards of the system-wide customer service program.
What you'll need to succeed:
* Graduation from an accredited Physician's Assistant program.
* Current licensure in the State of Ohio.
* Graduate of an approved formal training program for surgical assisting or appropriate related certification from an approved military surgical assisting program.
* Trauma or ICU experience as a physician assistant
* Demonstrated proficiency in the use of sterile technique and aseptic practices
* Knowledge of medications used within an outpatient surgical environment.
* Demonstrated knowledge of suture material and different types of skin stitches.
* Ability to prioritize work assignments and maintain flexibility in a fast-paced environment.
* Ability to meet the requirements/qualifications for clinical privileges with The MetroHealth System within 90 days of placement within position and maintain privileges.
Learn more about us at: www.metrohealth.org/careers
Please forward your CV and professional references directly to Julie Salman in Provider Recruitment:
The MetroHealth System is an equal opportunity employer.
Trillium Creek Dermatology
Trillium Creek Dermatology is seeking a Physician Assistant with an interest in general dermatology. Trillium Creek offers Mohs surgery, state-of-the art technology, lasers, cosmetic procedures, adult and pediatric services to over 74,000 patients annually.
We are a private family owned business since 1978 and serve the Medina, Wooster, Wadsworth and Brunswick communities. As such, we appreciate the family work-life balance. All providers have support staff, scribes and medical assistants. This support ensures your success and efficiency. Our administrative team handles all the logistics that providers need. We offer generous CME credits, medical and malpractice insurance, and vacation.
You must live within a 15 radius of one of our locations. If not, you must be willing to relocate within the first 6 months of employment. To be considered for employment you must have at least 1 year of work experience as a PA and must work at our Medina, Wadsworth and Brunswick locations.
Dr. Helen Torok will train you for 6 months before you start to see your own patients. During the training, you will be required to travel to all 4 of our locations and work 5 days a week. Once training has been completed, you may work 3, 4, or 5 days a week as agreed upon in your contract.
The Dermatology and Surgery Center is headed by Dr. Helen Torok. The Center offers treatments for all skin conditions including acne, psoriasis, allergies, eczema, bacterial infections, ringworm, hives, rosacea, nail diseases, hair disorders and more.
The Cosmetic / Laser Center is headed by Drs. Helen and Leonard Torok. The Center offers skin improvement procedures including anti-aging treatments, facial rejuvenation, laser rejuvenation, laser hair removal, hand rejuvenation, lip enhancement, spider vein removal and other state-of-the art aesthetic enhancement procedures.
The Mohs Skin Cancer Center, headed by Dr. Bryan Baillis, M.D., offers state-of-the-art treatment for two of the most common forms of skin cancer: basal cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma. Mohs micrographic surgery performed by the Trillium Creek Dermatology staff is highly effective — even if the skin cancer has been previously treated.
Visit our website at www.trilliumcreekohio.com
Ridgeview Behavioral Hospital
Provide therapeutic interventions to patients in order to help them manage their mental health issues
• Conduct assessments of patients’ physical and mental health needs in order to determine treatment plans
• Provide counseling services to patients, including diagnosing and treating mental illnesses such as depression or anxiety disorders
• Discuss treatment options with patients in order to help them make informed decisions about their care
• Administer medication to patients who have been prescribed medication for their condition by a psychiatrist
• Prescribe medications to patients who need long-term treatment for mental illnesses
• Participate in group therapy sessions with patients
• Performing routine diagnostic tests in order to identify possible causes of mental illness
• Refer patients to other physicians or mental health specialists when appropriate
• Evaluate patients, consider risks, and monitor them as they adjust to medication to identify issues early.
• Crisis care to provide immediate treatment to people with acute mental health problems. When the crisis is resolved, develop a treatment care plan to prevent future episodes of a similar nature.
• Hold a valid prescriber number issued by the State of Ohio medical board and has been granted physician-delegated prescriptive authority, ordering, prescribing, personally furnishing, administering drugs and medical devices.
• Other services that are part of the supervising physician's normal course of practice and expertise.
• Provide care under the policies of the health care facility.
Contact Person: Daryl Dowdy
Principal Faculty (Lecturer)
College of Arts and Science: Assistant Clinical Lecturer (multiple positions) to support the Physician Associate Studies Program by providing lecture and lab instruction, academic advising, serving on program and university committees; and participation in local, state, regional and national professional activities in support of the program and the profession.
The Assistant Clinical Lecturer will teach (lecture/lab) and work closely with the program and academic directors to ensure compliance with educational objectives within the didactic phase of the PA program; provide guidance and mentorship consistent with the department policies, program goals and course specific objectives; contribute to curricular development; examination preparation, delivery, and student feedback; assessing student’s progress; participate in mentorship programs and communication with students and peers; assist in the remediation program, program/course evaluations, and data collection and analysis to support ARC-PA self-assessment process; serve on committees assigned by program director and assist with the program’s student selection process.
Required: Master’s degree and be a Physician Assistant or M.D./D.O. with current board certification and licensing eligibility for the state of Ohio. Demonstration of ethical practice in accordance with standards of care. Effective small and large group communication skills, knowledge of educational practices and processes. This position is available to persons who are currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time and indefinite basis. (Persons authorized to work on such a basis include US citizens, lawful permanent residents (“green card” holders), asylees, refugees, and temporary residents under IRCA.)
Consideration may be given to candidates with a doctoral degree; a minimum of 4 years clinical experience; general knowledge and proficiency in didactic lecture and instruction; interest in marketing, analytic and outcome skills; utilization of competency-based materials for PA education; awareness of and adaptability of various trends in educational methodologies for teaching; ability to assist in didactic and clinical curriculum development and review; work effectively in interdisciplinary teams.
Submit cover letter, resume, and a one-page diversity statement addressing past and/or potential contributions to advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion through research, teaching, and/or service to https://jobs.miamioh.edu/cw/en-us/job/500398/assistant-clinical-lecturer-physician-associate-program. Inquiries may be addressed to Christopher Howell at email@example.com. Screening of applications will begin June 20, 2022, and will continue until the position is filled.
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