Surgical Care Group - Physician Assistant Per Diem

Who We Are:

At Catholic Medical Center, we are committed to providing exceptional surgical care to our community. Our team of dedicated healthcare professionals works collaboratively to ensure the highest standards of patient care and safety. As a leading medical center in New Hampshire, we prioritize compassion, excellence, and innovation in everything we do.

What You'll Do:

As a Physician Assistant with our Surgical Care Group, you will play a vital role in delivering comprehensive patient care under the supervision of our experienced physicians. Your responsibilities will include:

  • Serving as a Surgical First Assist in the Operating Room and performing minor procedures at the bedside.
  • Conducting patient interviews, gathering pertinent information, and performing physical examinations.
  • Writing orders for diagnostic tests and medications, collaborating with physicians to develop long-term care plans.
  • Promptly documenting patient history, physicals, and surgical consults.
  • Performing daily patient assessments, visiting patients post-procedure, and providing emotional support to patients and families.
  • Discharging patients, writing prescriptions, completing necessary paperwork, and dictating discharge summaries.
  • Recognizing and reporting relevant information requiring urgent attention.
  • Collaborating effectively with the multidisciplinary team and maintaining positive working relationships with colleagues, physicians, patients, and families.
  • Adhering to infection control, safety, and Universal Precaution Procedures.
  • Actively participating in staff meetings and continuing education activities to stay updated on medical advancements.

What You Will Bring:

  • Graduate of an accredited Physician Assistant program.
  • Previous experience preferred.
  • Licensure by the state of New Hampshire as a Physician Assistant.
  • Basic Life Support (BLS) certification required, completed through the American Heart Association.
  • Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) certification required, completed through the American Heart Association.
  • Ability to deliver patient care tailored to specific demographics and needs.
  • Proficiency in assessing and adapting treatment to meet patient population needs.
  • Physical capability to perform essential job functions, including lifting and wearing safety equipment.
  • Strong communication skills and ability to establish cooperative working relationships.
  • Willingness to accept feedback and take appropriate actions.
  • Visual acuity suitable for detailed inspections and data analysis.

Join our team and contribute to our mission of delivering compassionate healthcare to our community. Apply today and be a part of our commitment to excellence in surgical care