TeamHealth is seeking an experienced nurse practitioner or physician assistant to join our emergency department team on a PRN basis in Mayfield, Kentucky, at Jackson Purchase Medical Center.
Candidates need to be comfortable treating patients of all acuity levels. ACLS/PALS certifications are required and ATLS is preferred.
- Flexible schedule provides a great work/life balance
- Paid professional liability insurance including tail coverage
- Access to professional development tools, educational resources and CME through the TeamHealth Institute
- Association with one of the leading and largest integrated healthcare providers in the country
Quality care, close to home
Jackson Purchase Medical Center is a 107-bed facility providing comprehensive care to the greater western Kentucky region. The facility features an Accredited Chest Pain Center, emergency medicine, a New Beginnings Birthing Center, diabetes care, a critical care unit, cardiopulmonary services and more. Jackson Purchase Medical Center is a LifePoint Health Quality Affiliate committed to transforming and improving its culture of safety and providing the highest quality care. Built in 1993, the hospital features a modern design that is more functional than older hospitals and more easily accommodates new medical technologies. Also, the design boasts a more efficient patient traffic flow and better coordination of services.
Beautiful Kentucky town
Located in the western portion of Kentucky, just 20 minutes from the beautiful Land Between the Lakes, Mayfield is a family-focused community that's home to a 23-acre soccer complex, public and private pools, community park systems, libraries and a YMCA. The recent addition of the $35,000,000 Luther F Carson Center for the Performing Arts brings Broadway productions to the region. The nearby city of Paducah has an abundance of events, festivals, antique shops, art galleries, museums, good shopping and a beautiful Historic Riverfront. Outdoor recreation abounds in Graves County, with numerous golf courses, biking, hiking and horseback riding trails. Many of these are located in the Land Between the Lakes (LBL), the second largest area of forested public land east of the Mississippi River. LBL features 300 miles of shoreline, 170,000 acres of forest and 200 miles of trails for biking, hiking, wildlife viewing and camping. There are 26 lake access areas with boat ramps, five courtesy docks, four fishing piers, and six beaches. LBL facilities include a nature center, a living history farm, planetarium and observatory, a horseback riding campground, public horse stable and an off-road vehicle area.