If you are looking for an organization committed to its patients, employees, and the community, consider working at Northwest Medical Specialties.
In choosing NWMS as a place to work, our staff valued the special and caring atmosphere they found at each of our clinics. Our compassionate way of treating patients has sets us apart from others in the medical profession and helped establish our reputation for being the best in our field. NWMS is also an equal opportunity employer, dedicated to work-force diversity.
Northwest Medical Specialties, PLLC has an exciting new immediate opportunity for an Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) or Physician Assistant (PA)!
We are currently recruiting for a compassionate, exceptionally skilled provider (Advanced Nurse Practitioners (ARNPs) or Physician Assistants (PAs) with two years of experience in Oncology–recommended) to join our growing team, full time, in caring for South Sound residents in our Tacoma office. Located in downtown Tacoma, our Tacoma office is just a short distance from Joint Base Lewis-McChord and a short drive from both Seattle and Olympia.
Northwest Medical Specialties, PLLC offers South Sound residents compassionate, experienced and innovative treatment in cancer care. We are among the regional leaders in clinical trials, with one of the largest accrual rates within the Pacific Northwest, allowing patients access to cutting-edge treatment otherwise unavailable in the area. We are also founding members of the Quality Cancer Care Alliance (QCCA).
Northwest Medical Specialties has several office locations with infusion clinics at all of our sites owned by our independent practice, with full laboratory capabilities within the practice.
All inquiries Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) or Physician Assistant (PA) should be directed along with CVs to email@example.com
Relocation costs: Negotiable
1. Completion of a four-year accredited physician assistant baccalaureate program and a year of clinical training, OR
2. Completion of a two-year accredited physician assistant program (which, in turn, requires two years of undergraduate study) plus two years of clinical training following completion of PA program.
3. State accreditation based on certifying exam. Continued employment requires 100 hours of continuing medical education every two years and passing a recertification examination every 6 years.
4. Demonstrated competencies in dealing with all age groups including neonates, infants, children, adolescents, adults, and geriatric patients. Or ARNP: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with Master’s Degree and successful completion of an approved Nurse Practitioner program or certification in specialty through approved certifying agency. Certificate/ License: Possession of a State ARNP license.
Job Type: Full-time
Oncology: 1 year