In accordance with professional standards of care and adhering to corporate philosophy of OSFMG, the physician assistant shall be responsible for:
Providing high quality patient care to the patients of OSF.
Providing such professional PA services.
Maintaining the consistency and quality of all services provided to the Practice and its patients.
Maintaining full and current patient medical records, including reports of all examinations, procedures, and other services performed by Provider or other support staff.
Exercising diligence in assisting the Ministry CEO in keeping costs of the Practice to a minimum while maintaining a high level of quality care for patients.
Providing a truly personalized, patient-centric experience to patients of the Practice and the OSF Hospital aligned to the patient's preferences, goals and needs
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: Licensed to provide Advanced Practice Nurse Services or Physician Assistant Services Licensed by the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration and State of Illinois for prescribing of narcotics PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Job seekers will be afforded equal opportunity regardless of their race, ethnicity, veteran status or disability status.
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Date Posted: 9/1/22
Job Id: 2390608
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 firstname.lastname@example.org Director of Education AANS Education Committee Liaison