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  1. We have several openings for PA's in Iowa! 25k volume ED 12/hr shifts IA License Needed Can use as few as 3-5 shifts per month through the end of the year Credential within 2-3 weeks All travel, lodging, malpractice covered 100% Contact me for more information!
  2. Physician Assistant opportunity in Central Minnesota I think you would be interested in considering. Details: Acute Care/ Emergency Department Critical Access Hospital Licensed for up to 25 Beds 24, 48, 72 Hour Shifts See Patients by Appointment in the Urgent Care (Average 2 Scheduled Patients per Hour plus Walk In Patients) Provider is Solo/ Single Coverage Patient Ages Range from Pediatrics (1 Year+) to Geriatrics Acute Care Clinic is open: Monday – Thursday (12pm – 8pm) Friday (10am – 6pm) Any travel, lodging, transportation, and malpractic
  3. Western Healthcare is looking for Physician Assistants to help staff Emergency Department, Hospitalist Programs, and Urgent Care Clinics on a national basis! We have multiple facilities that are looking for per diem providers. I would love to speak with you and discuss your situation and see how we could be a resource for you! I can be reached directly at 469-364-3202 or aguy@westernhc.com
  4. Western Healthcare is a leader of staffing services to Emergency Departments, Hospitalist Programs, Urgent Care Centers, Walk-In Clinics, Outpatient Practices, Occupational Medicine facilities, and VA Medical Centers across the U.S. With decades of physician assistants staffing experience, we assist clients with their shortages by delivering providers focused on quality patient care. Providers may work as few as 3-5 per diem shifts per month up to a full schedule. We cover travel expenses, lodging, rental car/mileage and malpractice insurance. Interested? Call or email Amy at 469-364-
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