Surgical procedures performed include: total joints, shoulder and knees, fracture care and general cases. The new PA would eventually run an orthopedic clinic. The PA will split their time in the OR and the clinic. There is no call schedule and the position is a four-day work week and a total of 40 hours. There are no weekends and evenings.
Responsibilities include: H&P's, patient evaluation and education, refers for diagnostic treatment, first assist, review lab results, cortisone injections and aspirations, treat basic fractures, hospital rounds, casting and splinting within a clinic setting. Successful candidate should be NCCPA-Certified and able to work well in a fast-paced environment. The practice will train a bright and hard-working new graduate. They prefer candidates that have ties to the upstate New York area. The location is within 35 minutes to the Syracuse area. The new PA will enjoy year-round outdoor living, reasonable cost of living and all the amenities of a great area!
Compensation: Competitive compensation package. Additionally, there is a full benefits package provided. Also, relocation and/or sign-on are available.
Associated topics: ankle, joint, ortho, orthopedic, orthopedic surgery, reconstructive, replacement, spine, surgery, trauma