As soon as possible
Graduate of an accredited Physician Assistant Program
Current Licensure by the California Physician Assistant Board
Current AHA CPR for Healthcare Provider or Professional certification required
Recent / previous work experience in primary health care setting (preferred)
Ability to prioritize and problem solve
Ability to maintain sensitivity and objectivity to patients, family and significant others of all ages
Demonstrates reliability and flexibility with work schedule
As part of a team, the Physician Assistant may only provide those medical services which he or she is competent to perform and which are consistent with the physician assistant’s education, training, and experience, and which are delegated in writing by a supervising physician who is responsible for the patients cared for by the physician assistant. The committee, division or their representative may require proof or demonstration of competence from any physician assistant for any tasks, procedure or management he or she is performing. A physician assistant shall consult with a physician regarding any task, procedure or diagnostic problem which the physician assistant determines exceeds his or her level of competence or shall refer such cases to a physician.
Heavy; frequent lifting, not more than 100 pounds with help and/or carrying objects weighing up to 50 pounds.
Oroville Hospital - 2 years ago