Nurse Practitioner OR Physician Assistant
Concentra, the largest occupational health care company in the country, is looking for a Nurse Practitioner/ Physician Assistant devoted to providing an exceptional patient experience in our outpatient occupational medicine and urgent care focused center in Langhorne, PA. This position provides an opportunity to operate with an independent nature and with a keen focus on quality care. At Concentra, you and your team of expert colleagues including inhouse physical therapist will help thousands of patients including injured workers thrive again. Join Concentra to flourish as an Advance Practice Provider.
Langhorne, PA is a located in southeastern Pennsylvania about a 30 min drive north of Philadelphia providing a great place to live and work with convenient access to all the benefits of a major metro including professional sports teams, museums, symphonies, international airport, top ranked colleges, and zoo. Langhorne is part of Bucks County which has a population of 600,000 comprised of small cities and towns with well-maintained parks, hiking trails and golf courses. Bucks County benefits from a variety of school options including quality public, private and charter schools. Also a short drive to many beach towns on the Jersey Shore of the Atlantic Ocean.
- Center office hours M-F, business hours, no nights, no weekends, no holidays
- 30+ days off a year.
- Training provided in our best-in-class Occupational Medicine Process Management Model
- Bonus Eligibility: Monthly and quaterly
- Medical Malpractice Coverage
- CME Allowance/Time
- 401(k) with Employer Match
- Medical/Vision/Prescription/Dental Plans
- Life Insurance/Disability
- Colleague Referral Bonus Program
If you’re looking for an organization that cares for your growth and well-being as much it does its patients, consider Concentra.
This job requires access to confidential and sensitive information, requiring ongoing discretion and secure information management.
Concentra is an Equal Opportunity Employer, including disability/veterans
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assures personal compliance with licensing, certification and accrediting bodies.
Evaluates and treats Center patients in accordance with Concentra's medical model.
Establishes and monitors appropriate level of care for center patients.
Completes all medical record documentation prior to end of shift.
Works with Center Medical Director to ensure operations are consistent with medical and professional standards of care, Association and Concentra.
Recommends potential growth opportunities for new or existing services within the Center.
Meets with Concentra's Medical Director or designate to discuss quality of patient care, review policies, procedures, outcomes reports, and records.
Participates in quality management processes including encouragement of clinical support staff to assure proficiency in the delivery of clinical support activities.
Calls client representatives following employee treatment for initial injury and/or at any significant change in status.
Calls patients to ensure their well-being as needed following center visits.
In the absence of Center Medical Director, provides guidance to other medical personnel and center colleagues.
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- Licensure requirements of the state of Pennsylvania
- Graduation from an accredited Nurse Practitioner program - OR - Graduate of an accredited PA program or an accredited university
- Procedural skills including laceration repair
- Minimum of two years of clinical experience in a primary care, urgent care, emergency medicine and/or occupational medicine
- Must be proficient with basic suturing/laceration repairs and basic X-ray reads
- Must be comfortable seeing a pediatric patient demographic two years and older