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Looking for full-time Mandarin-speaking PA in Chino CA

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TotalCare Walk-In Clinic (a primary and urgent care practice) in Chino, CA is looking for a Chinese-speaking full-time PA to join. No experience is necessary. Interested candidates should email lynn@totalcarechino.com. Thank you.

 

TotalCare Walk-In Clinic is a leading urgent and primary care practice in Chino. We opened in 2006 and our physicians have 30+ years of medical experience each. We provide for 18,000+ patient visits a year.

We offer a fast-paced work environment and the unique opportunity to accelerate your growth as a medical practitioner in a wide range of clinical areas. The role will be a unique learning opportunity as you will be practicing alongside an experienced MD. We are seeking an NP/PA to work full-time, Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm.

Compensation

  • Compensation will be on an hourly basis
  • Rates depend on experience
  • Malpractice insurance is included

Requirements

  • No experience required; open to fresh graduates
  • Excellent clinical skills and bedside manner
  • Familiarity with the diagnosis and treatment of chronic conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, coronary artery disease
  • Proficiency in the diagnosis and management of common urgent care cases such as infection, women’s health, ankle sprains, minor surgical procedures, abscess I&Ds
  • Passion for leveraging technology to deliver better care (experience with EHRs and fast typing speeds are a bonus)
  • Strong initiative, curiosity, and ability to learn
  • Positive attitude and high energy
  • Mandarin Chinese speakers strongly preferred
  • Current NP or PA license

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