Advance your clinical career as a part-time nurse practitioner or physician assistant on our inpatient primary care team in Pullman, Washington. TeamHealth post-acute care is built around a team that coordinates inpatient primary care and behavioral health care in an integrated care model in more than 2,000 post-acute facilities nationwide.
The ideal candidate will have post-acute experience in a skilled-nursing or long-term care setting. Active Washington medical license required. Put the passion back into your practice by gaining the flexibility to set your own schedule and the opportunity to build a position that matches your ideal lifestyle and career goals.
Deliver inpatient primary care as a part of TeamHealth's post-acute care team. Our program gives you autonomy and control over your practice, and with opportunities nationwide, you can live and practice in a location you love. Enjoy living in a great location practicing in skilled nursing and long-term care facilities.
- Unmatched flexibility to create ideal work/life balance in our scheduled presence model
- Business strength and stability through alignment with the leading provider of facility based medicine and largest network of post-acute care clinicians nationally
- Competitive compensation
- Paid professional liability insurance including tail coverage
- Industry leading onboarding program with EMR, MIPS, billing and coding training, and on-site support delivered by experienced clinical educators
- Company issued and funded iPad with gEHRimed documentation supporting seamless remote access for enhanced team collaboration
- Well developed infrastructure with extensive back office support as well as local management
Pullman is home to high tech, higher education, a diverse population and a high quality of life. Washington State University's robust research and development programs have been the catalyst for numerous businesses, both in Pullman and across the country. The city boasts 18 distinct parks and natural areas encompassing more than 145 acres, as well as more than 15 miles of pathways to walk, run or bike within city limits. In addition, the path system intersects the Whitman County Bill Chipman Trail that runs between Pullman and Moscow, Idaho. Pullman has been recognized repeatedly on state and national levels for its safety, diversity, health, business climate, green transportation, schools, technology, and for being a great place to raise kids, as well as one of the best college towns in America for both students and permanent residents.