North Shore Physicians Group (NSPG), the largest multi-specialty physicians group north of Boston, is a leader in innovative practices. We are explorers at heart! Here, ideas come from everyone—to the benefit of everyone we serve.
We continually seek the best ways to streamline care for both patients and providers. Our medical team of more than 400 physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other care professionals is consistently working together to discover new ways to improve and enhance our practices to benefit the health of our patients and the careers of our providers.
With NSPG as your employer, you’ll experience clinical excellence, supportive practice environments, and opportunities for career advancement! Through our team-based approach, the goal is to make our practice of medicine smarter and more efficient.
Our Emergency Department is located at 3 Dove Avenue, Salem, MA 01970, on the campus of Salem Hospital.
The Salem Hospital Emergency Department has 65 private patient bays, a dedicated waiting room for our pediatric patients, a Medical Observation Unit, and dedicated space for our behavioral health patients. We provide both adult and pediatric emergency care. We are a Level III Trauma Center, a highest-ranked Stroke Center, and the first hospital on the North Shore to offer advanced care for sexual assault patients.
We are looking for a seasoned PA to work an average of 24 hours per week over the course of a 13-week schedule. This is a rotating shift position (combination of days and nights). Weekends and Holidays are included.
Our PAs work under the supervision and direction of our supervising physicians to ensure high quality, safe and timely care for patients with various chief complaints. The PA team manages very sick patients, handles various high acuity procedures, and performs medical screening examinations in order to stabilize and treat those seeking services from the Emergency Room. The PA may assume care for patients of all ages within the scope of their professional practice guidelines and may support all areas of the department including working 10-20% of their scheduled shifts in the Medical Observation Unit where they will be primarily responsible for admission orders, rounding on patients, and for writing daily progress and disposition notes. The PAs also respond to any acute issues that arise during the patients stay, follow up on results, and determine if patients should be admitted or discharged.
Are you ready to bring your talent to this team and join us in driving medicine forward? In this part-time role, you will have access to a competitive benefits package tailored to meet your needs and the ability to work up to the top of your licensure in a fast-paced, team-centered environment.