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    We are currently accepting job postings. The information on this page is provided as a courtesy service to our members and TGCPAA friends without endorsement and/or prejudice. TGCPAA was reimbursed for costs and services associated with the posting of this announcement.

     

    Vascular Interventional Radiology

    Texas Endovascular Associates - Houston Fibroids

    CONTACT FOR MORE INFORMATION:

    Donna Looser
    [email protected]

    JOB POSTED: Jan. 20, 2020

    Texas Endovascular Associates is a growing, fast-paced practice with four offices in the greater Houston area – Bellaire, Katy, Sugar Land, and Clear Lake. We are an outpatient vascular interventional radiology practice specialized in the management of venous insufficiency, peripheral vascular disease, uterine fibroids, and other vascular diagnoses.  To learn more about our practice, visit us at TexasEVA.com and HoustonFibroids.com.

    Our patients overwhelmingly prefer the convenience and personalized care they receive in our comfortable office setting to the frustrating, impersonal care of a typical hospital environment. Our cutting-edge treatment allows patients to have a less invasive, less stressful experience, and to recover more quickly, in the comfort of their own home, the same day.

    Our team is comprised of an experienced, elite group of administrative and medical professionals who are committed to exceptional patient care.  If you have a demonstrated track record that supports these values, we would love to talk to you!

    Job Description: Physician Assistant (PA)

    Responsibilities:

    • Perform new patient evaluations and pre- and post-procedure assessments
    • Formulate treatment plans in collaboration with the supervising physician
    • Provide thorough patient education and discussion of procedure expectations
    • Coordinate pre- and post-procedure care including, but not limited to: phone follow ups, medication management, ordering and interpreting pertinent laboratory and imaging studies, peri-procedural pain management
    • Assist and perform office-based procedures under physician supervision

     

    Schedule:

    • Monday - Friday 
    • No nights, no weekends
    • No in-house call
    • After-hours telephone call availability highly desirable

     

    Requirements: 

    • 2 years’ Experience in a busy office/clinic setting strongly preferred
      • Interventional radiology experience not required
    • Willingness to travel between multiple Houston area offices as needed
    • Graduate of accredited Physician Assistant Program
    • NCCPA certification
    • Active Texas Physician Assistant license and DEA
     

    Urgent Care

    Next Level Urgent Care

    CONTACT FOR MORE INFORMATION:

    Ivan Ranada, PA-C, Director of Clinician Development
    [email protected]

    JOB POSTED: Jan. 13, 2020

    Want to join one of “The Best Places to Work” in Houston? We are currently searching for new team members.  Next Level Urgent Care is listed as one of “The Best Places to Work” in Houston ranking #4 in 2014 and #7 in 2018, awarded the Best Urgent Care of 2015 and 2016 by Living Magazine and awarded a 2015 Top Workplaces and 2017 Top Workplaces honor by the Houston Chronicle. If you are looking for a position where you will continue to grow, learn and have fun, Next Level Urgent Care IS the place for you!

    Job Summary

    Provides primary and episodic care to patients – independently and in collaboration
    with other medical professionals – following standards and protocols set by the Chief
    Medical Officer and/or Supervising Physician. Functions as a member of the clinical
    team and maintains patient flow and maximizes the delivery of quality care to patients.
    Emphasize health promotion and/or disease prevention through patient education and
    coordination of care. Follows regulations and guidelines for writing prescriptions.
    General Accountabilities:
    • Assure patient flow runs smoothly and efficiently.
    • Follow protocols which provide medical authority when such are indicated in
    providing care.
    • Perform complete physical exams and assessments of patients including urgent,
    emergent and non-urgent presentation.
    • Selects, orders, and perform tests and procedures to augment physical findings.
    • Define/document differential diagnoses and list differential diagnoses with most
    likely diagnoses included.
    • Perform diagnostic and therapeutic procedures as deemed necessary and
    appropriate for plan of care, in collaboration with supervising physician as
    indicated.
    • Interpret data and diagnostic results for appropriate course of action including
    but not limited to laboratory, radiology, EKG, etc. in collaboration with
    supervising physician as indicated.
    • Performs duties in accordance with the customary rules of ethics and conduct of
    the applicable State Board of Medicine and other such regulating bodies.
    • Prescribes dosages and instruct patients in correct usage.
    • Maintains quality, safety, and infection control standards.
    • Exercises tact and diplomacy in dealing with sensitive, complex and confidential
    patient issues and situations.
    • Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with those contacted in
    the course of work.
    • Learns computer software programs; enters and maintains accurate data and
    statistical information in order to consistently prepare clear and concise reports.

    Job Qualifications

    Physician Assistant:
    • Master's degree from an ARC-PA accredited program for Physician Assistants.
    • State licensure as a Physician Assistant.
    • National certification by one of the Physician Assistant certifying bodies (i.e.
    NCCPA).
    • DEA license with no restrictions.
    • Clinical experience in an emergency, urgent care or ambulatory clinic setting.
    • BLS certified

    Environmental and physical requirements:
    • Candidate must be able to read, write and speak English fluently, have cognitive
    skills for math, reading, filing and sterile technique skills.
    • Communication skills to deal well with employees, patients, families and
    Physician/Medical Providers.
    • Vision for near, mid-range, far and accommodation. Hearing for low, medium, and
    high pitch.
    • Job requires physical ability for long-term standing, occasional sitting, crouching,
    kneeling, frequent walking, reaching with reaching above head and below waist.
    • Job risks include exposure to blood and body fluids (high), contact with chemicals,
    lifting of 30 - 40 pounds, and exposure to infectious disease.