Nurse Practitioner Urgent Care Center NP PA-C

A dedicated community hospital located in scenic Central Washington State is now seeking an experienced Nurse Practitioner or Certified Physician Assistant for its busy Outpatient Urgent Care Center.
The Nurse Practitioner Urgent Care Center NP PA-C will join a rural healthcare organization that has been servicing this small town and surrounding region for nearly 70 years. This acute care hospital provides advanced inpatient Medical Surgical, Emergency, and Intensive Care services, as well as extensive community outreach efforts and comprehensive outpatient treatment in its offsite clinics, to a population of roughly 40,000 residents.
While serving with this tightknit healthcare network, the Nurse Practitioner Urgent Care Center NP PA-C will assist in managing a daily caseload of roughly 20 patients. They will provide assessment, diagnosis, and treatment for a wide variety of urgent but non-fatal injuries and illnesses and should be experienced in Family Medicine and/or Emergency Medicine. The NP / PA will collaborate closely with the presiding Physician to ensure timely services and safe and effective patient care for both pre-scheduled and walk-in patients.
The Nurse Practitioner Urgent Care Center NP PA-C will enjoy many benefits from working with this community hospital. They will appreciate a supportive and collaborative work environment that allows for both autonomy and professional growth. They will additionally be eligible for full insurance benefits, as well as a generous retirement plan and PTO schedule.
The Nurse Practitioner Urgent Care Center NP PA-C will live in beautiful and sunny Central Washington, where the cost of living and quality of life cannot be beat. The NP / PA will enjoy a wonderful work-life balance while spending their free time with family outdoors, exploring one of the many nearby parks, soaking up the sun at the lake, or traveling to wine country. This is the perfect place to grow both personally and professionally.

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