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Physician Assistant Opportunity in Central MN

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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 malpractice is covered 100%!

 

 

 

Requirements: ATLS & PALS or CALS, Active DEA, Active MN License, minimum of 4-5 shifts which can be broken up into 2 blocks.

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