Nurse Practitioner Occupational Medicine (Providence St. Peter Hospital)
Posted on: February 12, 2024
Seeking to establish a satellite Occupational Medicine clinic in
Centralia, WA. You will be connected by an excellent IT system, EMR
(Epic), and have access to a board-certified Occupational Medicine
specialist, and a team of Physiatry and Sport Medicine physicians
who can provide interventional treatment, centrally based out of
the Providence SW Multispecialty Clinic in Lacey, WA. This is a
more autonomous position, and we seek an experienced dedicated
nurse practitioner or physician assistant to join our esteemed
team. Candidates must be experienced and comfortable working alone,
as this will be a solo practice for a period as the clinic becomes
established. We prefer those with experience in Urgent Care,
Emergency Medicine, Physical Medicine and Rehab and, of course,
Occupational Medicine. Patients are primarily acute injury care,
lots of musculoskeletal issues, though there are planned
opportunities to also provide DOT examinations and other
pre-placement physical examinations. Join our dedicated team at
Providence SW Multispecialty Clinic and make a significant impact
in the life of workers. Experience a supportive work environment, a
competitive compensation package, and the opportunity for
professional growth and development.
- Flexible schedule of 4,10-hour shifts, no weekends or call
- Experience with Urgent Care or Occupational Medicine as this
provider will be solo.
- Sign on and relocation available
- Compensation is between $124,000 and $141,500 per year
- The compensation amounts listed may include productivity or
quality/service incentives, call pay, extra shift incentives, as
applicable to the position. In addition, providers may have CME
benefits available to them.
- Health, Dental, Vision and retirement benefitsWhere You'll
WorkProvidence St. Peter Hospital is a 390-bed regional referral
center on a 173-acre campus in downtown Olympia. Listed in U.S.
News and World Report as one of the top 5 Best Regional Hospitals
in Washington for 2019, St. Peter offers a respected family
medicine residency program and has a Level III trauma center, as
well as a 24-hour stroke service. Providence St. Peter has earned
Nursing Magnet status and been ranked in the top 4 percent of
hospitals in the nation.Where You'll LiveCentralia is a semi-rural
community of 16,000 in scenic southwest Washington. The area
features a mix of farmland and timberland threaded by a number of
revered salmon and steelhead rivers, ideal for outdoor recreation.
Situated between the mountains and the coast, this community has
world-class antique shops, boutiques and outlet shopping, while
serving as a hub for those traveling from metropolitan areas.
Property with acreage is still relatively affordable in Lewis
County, and there is no state income tax in Washington.Who You'll
Work ForProvidence is a nationally recognized, comprehensive health
care organization spanning seven states with a universal mission -
to provide compassionate care to all who need its services,
especially the poor and vulnerable. Its 119,000-plus
caregivers/employees serve in 51 hospitals, more than 800 clinics
and a comprehensive range of health and social services.
Providence: one name, one family, one extraordinary health
system.Check out our benefits page for more information.Equal
Opportunity Employer including disability/veteranJob ID Number:
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