Mehling Orthopedics Seeks Certified Physician Assistant

Mehling Orthopedics is seeking a board-certified Physician Assistant to join our busy practice.

The candidate will:

Act as first assist in all orthopedic cases for two surgeons

Provide high quality patient care to new and post up patients in the office and hospital settings, inpatient rounding in multiple hospitals, and taking on-call throughout the week and on the weekends

Candidates MUST be available on weekends and holidays as well as during a regular work week.

PA responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

· Assisting both surgeons in the OR

· Reading and interpreting radiological studies

· Splinting, casting, and injections

· Evaluating new patients

· Telephone contact with patients

Licensure/Certification

· Bachelor’s degree, required

· Graduate of an accredited ARC-PA program (Accreditation Review Committee for Physician Assistant programs), required

· Current NJ State PA Licensure is required

· Current NCCPA Certification (National Commission on the Certification of Physician Assistants), required (NY State PA licensure and certification may be required at a later date)

· Current BLS and ACLS certification, required

· One year minimum experience, required

· Mehling Orthopedics has two locations: Hackensack, NJ and West Islip, NY

· The practice currently has two surgeons and one PA who are committed to providing the highest quality care in a supportive setting.

· Medical, dental, vision, and 401K benefits.

Please email dsantora@bluehorizoninternational.com for more information.

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