TeamHealth has an opportunity for a physician assistant (PA) or nurse practitioner (NP) to join our team in the observation units of the emergency department (ED) teams full-time at Banner Baywood Medical Center in Mesa, Arizona, and Banner Gateway Medical Center in Gilbert, Arizona. These observation units have 24 hours of advanced practice clinician (APC) coverage working 8 to 12 -hour shifts. These observation units are fast-paced units that works in close collaboration with the emergency department, consultants, support staff of the unit, and Banner administrative physicians.
Types of cases include, cardiac, neurological, surgical, medical, and include trauma, overdoses, and even some psychiatric disorders. There is 24/7 supervising physician oversight, and on-site emergency physician and hospitalist in-house coverage. Candidates must have two years of clinical experience in emergency medicine, hospital medicine, cardiology or critical care experience and ACLS certification. Not accepting new graduates at this time.
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- Competitive compensation
- Excellent benefits and 401K
- Paid professional liability insurance occurrence coverage
- Manageable patient case load
- Leadership and career growth opportunities
- Access to professional development tools, educational resources and CME through TeamHealth institute
- Stability of a respected industry leader
- State license and DEA reimbursement
- Practice with confidence as a member of our national Patient Safety Organization
Banner Baywood Medical Center
Banner Baywood Medical Center opened in 1984 and provides complete acute care services in a 342-bed hospital. The 50,000 square-foot emergency department treats a variety of ailments and offers advanced treatment areas, close to 58 exam rooms and medical imaging technology. Dedicated to joint replacement procedures, the orthopedic unit at Banner Baywood Medical Center is one of the nation's premier orthopedic programs. The unit's commitment to excellent patient care has earned it repeated recognition as having one of the Top 100 Orthopedic Programs in the U.S. by The Health Network and HCIA, Inc. The John J. Rhodes Rehabilitation Center helps patients with conditions such as amputations, multiple sclerosis, stroke and other illnesses and/or injuries enhance their quality of life. The nationally recognized Primary Stroke Center offers timely response and intervention for acute stroke patients.
A modern-day desert suburban retreat
Located in the southeast valley of the Phoenix metropolitan area, Mesa is one of the nation's most rapidly growing cities. Year-round sunshine allows enjoyment of Mesa's numerous parks, horseback riding, hiking, boating, area professional sports teams, and much more.