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Nurse Practitioner

EM Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant

Due to growing volumes, TeamHealth's emergency department team at John Randolph Medical Center in Hopewell, Virginia, is seeking another full-time clinician. This multi-facility system requires a minimum of 2 years of emergency medicine experience to apply. We ask that you have a current Virginia license and DEA as well as ACLS/PALS certifications.

Position Highlights:

  • Full Benefits
  • Paid Time Off
  • Paid Holidays
  • 401k
  • Free CME Online

John Randolph Medical Center

Hopewell, Virginia

 

John Randolph Medical Center

Founded in 1915, John Randolph Medical Center has grown into a 147-bed facility committed and dedicated to serving the entire Tri-Cities Region. The facility has been recognized for four consecutive years as one of The Joint Commission's Top Performing Hospitals and has obtained The Joint Commission's disease specific accreditation for Hip and Knee Replacement Programs. John Randolph Medical Center has also received recognition from the American Association of Respiratory Care and our emergency room is stroke and chest pain accredited.

 

Prime river-side location with easy access to Richmond

Hopewell is a small city located on the James and Appomattox Rivers just outside Richmond. With a rich colonial history, Hopewell boasts a vast number of historical sites, museums, battlefields and more to explore. When you aren't learning more about the city's historical roots, get outdoors and take in the beautiful scenery, or enjoy a glass of wine at one of the local vineyards along the river. Hopewell is conveniently located near several national and local parks and the James River is a regional destination for boating, water sports, fishing and more. Hopewell is just 30 minutes to downtown Richmond and less than two hours from coastal destinations like Hampton, Norfolk and Virginia Beach.

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