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    Physician Assistant -- Allergy & Asthma Clinic (SF Bay Area)


    LaurieMorgan
    • Specialty: Allergy/Immunology Schedule: Full-Time State: CA

    My firm, Capko & Morgan, a medical practice management consultancy, is helping Allergy & Asthma Clinic of San Mateo find the right compassionate, dedicated physician assistant to join its collaborative and cohesive team of clinicians.

    In this key role in the practice, you'll help Allergy & Asthma Clinic continue to provide the excellent care that has helped it build its loyal patient base and earn a stellar reputation for patient service and innovation. 

    The Allergy & Asthma Clinic clinician team includes both physicians and NPs, as well as RNs and MAs. The practice culture is team-oriented, with all practice professionals working together to deliver the best allergy and asthma care for patients. You'll work as part of this cohesive team while also building your own panel of patients.

    Allergy & Asthma Clinic's idea PA can join the practice either right out of training (thorough training on the practice's approach to allergy, asthma, and immunotherapy will be provided) or with previous experience (some allergy or asthma experience would be ideal, but you don't need to be working in an allergy specialty practice currently). 

    Are you a Bay Area PA (or soon-to-be PA) looking to join an innovative, team-oriented, warm and caring practice with both adult and pediatric patients? Do you thrive in a team-oriented, patient-focused environment? If so, I encourage you to contact me about this rare and special opportunity! 

    Edited by LaurieMorgan


    Qualifications:

    Graduate of accredited PA program (or about to graduate)
    Licensed in California (or pending)

     

    Laurie Morgan, Capko & Morgan
    (415) 652-0455
    info@capko.com

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