Seeking a full-time Family Medicine Physician Assistant to work in our Rural Health Clinic who is collaborative, motivated and has a passion for creating more convenient access to healthcare. Join the dedicated and compassionate team at Coulee Medical Center, where you will enjoy excellent work-life balance in the friendly community of Grand Coulee, WA.
Where You’ll Work
From sports physicals and well-baby visits, to the management of diabetes, high blood pressure, and bone and joint problems, the Coulee Family Medicine Clinic at Coulee Medical Center delivers a broad range of acute, chronic and preventative medical services.
The clinic's physicians, nurse practitioners and other professionals focus on the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of a variety of illnesses and medical problems. Services include routine check-ups, health-risk assessments, immunizations, screening tests, and personal guidance to help you lead a healthier life. Specialized physician care is also available for orthopedics, ob-gyn and cardiac -related conditions.
Where You’ll Live
The Grand Coulee Dam area, comprised of the city of Electric City, Grand Coulee, and Coulee Dam, sits among the stunning scenery of the Columbia Basin and in the shadow of Grand Coulee Dam. Outdoor enthusiasts will have year-round opportunities for activities such as hunting, fishing, boating, hiking and cycling. Local Festivals and Rodeos provide exciting small town entertainment throughout the year.
Who You’ll Work For
Coulee Medical Center is a 25-bed Trauma Level IV Critical Access Hospital with a very important job: to serve the healthcare needs of our rural community with the best in patient care, medical expertise, and personalized service.
Based out of our new state-of-the-art, 66,000-square-foot facility near the famous Grand Coulee Dam, we provide professional medical services to the residents and visitors of the greater Grand Coulee area, the five surrounding counties, and the nearby Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation. We treat their wounds. We deliver their babies. We heal their pain. We nurture their well-being.
It is a big responsibility, and one that we are proud to have. Because to us, they are more than patients. They are neighbors, friends, family and community, and their health comes first.