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(Archived) Wound Physician Assistant- Low Stress, Great Work-Life Balance! Los Angeles, CA

Last Updated: 6/22/20

Job Description

Seeking Physician Assistant to provide wound care at patients' home. Area of coverage is Los Angeles.

Skilled Wound Care is a mobile physician medical group. Our providers are only managing the patient's wound care, allowing them to get out of the hospital and escape long hours of being stuck in an office!

This opportunity requires no overnight call, no chronic medical management, and no emergencies. This is an excellent opportunity for those seeking additional work to fill their week, or looking to slow down and enter a non-operative practice.

Our hours are less demanding and will not affect your personal life. Our physician assistants work Monday through Friday, with flexible hours. Due to the nature of wound care, our physician assistants do not need to take calls or work on weekends.

The job does require driving, good judgment, affable personality, and basic wound care knowledge. We hire physician assistants of all specialties and training backgrounds and provide training in wound care. Mandatory requirements include California PA License without restriction, and the ability to follow policies and procedures for home visit care. You must also be able to dedicate at least one full week day to the position.

1. Equipment
2. Malpractice insurance
3. Credentialing
4. Wound care training

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Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

Company Details

Skilled Wound Care

Los Angeles, California, United States

Skilled Wound Care was founded in 2007 and since then it provides wound, skin and ostomy services to patients in the nursing home setting. Our practice is founded on a few core beliefs that lie at the heart of what we do. Access to good care, and especially to wound healing services, is a right that everyone should enjoy. Those populations most affected by wounds - e...