Orthopedic Physician Assistant - OR - Edmond - FT, Days

  • OU Medicine
  • Oklahoma City, OK 73104
  • Jul 09, 2020
Full time Physician Assistant Physician & Surgeon

Job Description

Position Title: Orthopedic Physician Assistant - OR - Edmond - FT, Days Department: Adult Surgery Job Description: General Description: This position involves the coordination of inpatient admission, treatment, follow-up, and discharge planning for the patient population served. Essential Responsibilities: Responsibilities listed in this section are core to the position. Inability to perform these responsibilities with or without an accommodation may result in disqualification from the positon. The Advanced Practitioner evaluates, plans, and provides care for patients in consultation with and under the direct supervision of attending Physician. Performs clinical procedures under the direction of the attending physician and/or approved protocols. Orders and/or performs diagnostic and therapeutic procedures Prescribes prescriptions for patients under prescriptive authority Develops, implements, and monitor effectiveness of treatment plans when indicated Acts as a clinical resource/role model for service lines served Provides and/or coordinates educational activities for both staff and patients. Contribute to the development and implementation care path/guidelines, as well as participate in the variance capture and analysis in an effort to enhance quality, service and resource management. Other duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: Education: Graduate of an accredited school, Master’s in Physician Assistant Services Experience: Minimum 3 years related clinical experience preferred. Licensure/Certifications/Registrations Required: Current PA license in the State of Oklahoma Certification as a PA by the NCCPA. Current American Heart Association BLS provider. Current American Heart Association ACLS provider within 6 months. Prescriptive Authority/DEA# within 1 year of hire. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Successful candidate need to be able to work independently in a fast pasted team orientated environment. Ability to care for patient population served. Must be able to plan/coordinate patient care within the guidelines of the plan of care and according to policy. Must be able to gather and interpret data. Must possess the interpersonal skills necessary to be an effective liaison to the community. Ability to effectively educate families and peers. Current OU Medicine Employees - Please click HERE to login. OU Medicine has a comprehensive benefits package, including PTO, 401(k), medical and dental plans, but our offerings go beyond traditional packages. We know that a total benefits and compensation package, designed to meet your specific needs and goals both inside and outside of the work environment, brings additional rewards that create peace of mind for you and your family.

Employment Type

Full time