Under the general supervision of the Medical Director, examines patients, takes a medical history, records results, makes preliminary diagnosis of disease, illness, and injury, and decides care plan, or follow-up procedures.
Assesses patient health by interviewing patients, performing physical examinations, and obtaining, updating, and studying medical histories.
Identifies short-term and long-range patient care issues that must be addressed, provides information, and recommends options and courses of action.
Orders diagnostic tests - X-rays, electrocardiograms, and blood work, and interprets test results.
Performs therapeutic procedures - Immunizations, injections, suturing and wound care, and managing infection.
Instructs and counsels patients by describing therapeutic regimens and promoting wellness and health maintenance.
Provides continuity of care by developing and implementing patient care plans, instructing, and counseling patients, and recording progress
Works in triage and makes decisions on patient care needs.
Record statistics, conduct research, and compile reports as deemed necessary by the organization.
Performs referrals to specialists as needed, writes prescriptions for medications and equipment, and performs office procedures within the scope of expertise, protocols, and available equipment.
Provides general health education regarding matters such as proper diet, family planning, emotional problems of daily living, and health maintenance.
Assists physician, as required, for emergency treatment and procedures that are more complex.
Instructs nurses, medical assistants, and back-office assistants regarding assistance with patient care.
Candidate must be a graduate of an accredited Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant, with current or eligible licensure as a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant in the State of Arizona, and appropriately certified to care for adult and/or pediatric patients.
If a Nurse Practitioner, current approval by the Joint Board of Medical Examiners and Board of Nursing to perform medical acts.
If a Nurse Practitioner, must be currently licensed as a Registered Nurse in Arizona.
Master of Science in Health Sciences or related field required.
Monthly productivity bonuses
Medical and Dental
Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) coverage – (malpractice insurance)
Short- and Long-Term Disability
Renewal fees for state licensure and DEA license
PTO and Sick Time
Ten (10) paid holidays each year.
$3000.00 for CME’s Annually + 40 hours of paid CME time.
403(b) and 457(b) plans
Student loan assistance plans with the State of Arizona and HRSA