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Emergency Medicine

TeamHealth has an excellent opportunity for a full-time Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant to join our Emergency Department team at Samaritan Pacific Community Hospital in Newport, Oregon. If you have a passion for quality medicine and enjoy the fast pace of Emergency Medicine this may be the perfect job for you. This position requires a minimum of 1 year of EM experience as an Advanced Practice Clinician. Samaritan Pacific is a small community hospital that is designated a Level IV Trauma Center. The yearly volume in this ED is 13,500 but rises in the summer due to tourism, necessitating our adding daily Advanced Practice Clinician coverage. The hospital sees a significant amount trauma including auto accidents, water-related incidents, and construction injuries. There are 10-15% of patients brought in by ambulance and 10% are admitted, with approximately 10% are transferred. We have part-time general surgery and orthopedic surgery coverage. Advanced Practice Clinicians are scheduled from 10 am - 10 pm, Monday through Sunday.
Position Highlights:
competitive compensation
paid CME allowance
benefits available
and priceless intangible benefits like the mentorship and support of a national network of world-class Emergency Medicine experts
New Hospital in Newport
Construction of Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital is scheduled to be complete in 2019. Services will include Orthopedics, General Surgery, Diagnostic Imaging, Sleep Diagnostics, Physical Rehabilitation, and more.
Newport
Located along the central Oregon coastline, Newport is home for an endless array of recreational activities, including fishing, crabbing, clam digging, boating, canoeing, bike riding, kite flying, discovering tidepools, or just walking on the beach. Newport is known as the Dungeness crab capital, and the city's heart includes a working waterfront complete with fishing fleets and fresh seafood markets co-existing with galleries, gift shops, restaurants, and family attractions.



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