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Advanced Practice Clinician - Nurse Practitioner /Physician Assistant for Neurosurgery Position

A busy private Neurosurgical Practice in the Baltimore Metropolitan area is searching for a Full-Time Advanced Practice Clinician (APC), Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant-C (NP, PA-C) to join the practice immediately. The practice currently employs 2 full time and 1 part-time APCs. This unique position includes both Neurosurgical and Pain Management Specialties.

Duties include but are not limited to: outpatient evaluation and treatment, inpatient consultation, rounding on pre/post-operative patients, first assist in the surgical setting on both inpatient and outpatient cases and shared call. The provider will also be required to perform minor procedures in the office setting.

Positions will be provided competitive compensation and benefit package based on experience.

Position Requires:

Bachelors Degree in related field

Graduate of an accredited Masters degree, and/or physician assistant program

Current State License, and CPR, BLS for healthcare providers certification

Experience as a NP/PA in an acute care setting, neurosurgical, or any surgical experiences a PLUS.

For additional details contact Marian Whitlock at (410) 398-0258 or email CV to

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