This position will involve both clinical and surgical responsibilities. Duties in the clinical setting will include post-op office visits and responding to patient inquiries. In the hospital setting, this position will serve as a surgical first assistant and assist in hospital rounds. The work schedule is Monday through Friday with no call responsibilities.
MERCY MEDICAL GROUP
Mercy Medical Group (MMG) is a dynamic, growing organization with a long-standing history of providing exceptional medical care in the Sacramento area. MMG is a large multi-specialty medical group of 500+ providers comprised of primary care physicians, specialists in more than 30 medical and surgical specialties, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners. These professionals provide seamless primary and specialty care, working together to meet the unique needs of each individual patient.
MMG clinicians provide services to patients at Dignity Health Medical Foundation locations throughout Sacramento. Mercy Medical Group is aligned with Dignity Health, operating on a medical foundation model. Dignity Health is one of the largest healthcare systems in the nation, and the largest healthcare system in California, with more than 40 hospitals and 400 care centers serving communities across California, Arizona, and Nevada.
Nestled in beautiful Northern California, Sacramento is one of the most ethnically diverse and livable cities in America. The capital city of California serves as the political nucleus of the nation's most influential state, the sixth-largest economy in the world. The area offers a wide variety of activities to enjoy, including fine dining, shopping, biking, boating, river rafting, skiing, or attending one of many different cultural events. Because of its central location, Lake Tahoe, San Francisco, the vineyards of Napa Valley, and the historical Gold Rush towns of the foothills are all within easy driving distance.
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Date Posted: 9/1/22
Job Id: 2265546
Roseville, CaliforniaSutter Health Sacramento Sierra Region
Sutter Medical Group (SMG) is seeking a Neurosurgery PA or NP to join our team in Roseville, CA. The opportunity will be a combination of clinic, hospital duties, and call coverage, as well as assisting in surgery. Duties may include, but are not limited to, screening patients, diagnostics, pre-op, post-op, rounding, and ER coverage during the day for consults. Surgical procedures will include spine epidural, set-up for cervical fusion, laminectomy, microdiscectomy, single-level lumbar fusions, and craniotomy. Experience in Neurosurgery is preferred. Medical Group Information: Sutter Medical Group is a successful, 1,100+ member multi-specialty group offering physicians the opportunity to build their practices within a progressive, financially sound, and collaborative organization. SMG is recognized as a Top Performing Physician Group by the Integrated Healthcare Association. Our members are dedicated to providing the highest quality and most complete health care possible to the people in the communities we serve in the greater Sacramento Valley Area of Amador, Placer, Sacramento, Solano, and Yolo Counties. Join us and enjoy: Generous compensation with bonus potential Benefits package, including medical, dental, and vision 401(k) match CME allowance Robust retirement program A positive work-life balance and Northern California's natural beauty and lifestyle Community Information: Roseville is located in south Placer County and is just a short distance from Sacramento. Centrally located, Roseville is only an hour from Lake Tahoe and two hours from San Francisco. Roseville's excellent school system and beautiful neighborhoods make Roseville an amazing place to raise a family. Roseville is a spectacular place to live, work, and play. It boasts a diverse economy with ventures ranging from technology, health care, agriculture, and financial services. With an abundance of shopping, dining, arts, entertainment, business, and recreation, Roseville has something for everyone.
virtual officeAmerican Association of Neurological Surgeons
Project Description The AANS APP Education Subcommittee is seeking volunteer faculty to contribute to the expansion of AANS APP education resources. Faculty will work with AANS Staff and Course Directors to create online modules tailored to the educational needs of neurosurgical Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants. Project or Volunteer Experience Requirements Neurosurgeon, Neurosurgical Nurse Practitioner, Neurosurgical Physician Assistant, Neurosurgical Resident, or Pharmacist Experience developing presentations and educational resources Familiar with the role of APPs (NPs and PAs) on neurosurgical teams Project Tasks Develop an educational module specific to neurosurgical APPs. Draft presentation on assigned neurosurgical technique adhering to production deadlines and expectations. Able to demonstrate neurosurgical procedures and draft posttest questions to accompany module. Faculty will receive public credit on course modules when published. Project Commitment and Timeline Time Commitment: 10-20 hours depending on topic Volunteer Selection: September 2022 Project Start Date: September 2022 Project Deadline: January 2023 Location: Online Staff Contact Information - Optional Samantha Luebbering email@example.com Director of Education AANS Education Committee Liaison