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Full time orthopaedic Physician Assistant opportunity available in Roanoke, Virginia at Carilion Roanoke Memorial Hospital. Must be able to work in a high flow, busy environment. Orthopaedic experience preferred. Hours are primarily Monday- Friday with rotation for weekend coverage.

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Carilion Clinic is a multi-specialty, physician-led healthcare organization based in Roanoke, Virginia. Carilion Clinic is committed to patient-centered care, education and research, supported by an ongoing commitment to quality and service. With nationally recognized specialists, primary care physicians, award-winning nurses and the latest technology and state-of-the-art facilities, Carilion Clinic is bringing tomorrow's healthcare into focus today. Carilion Clinic offers the region's only Level 1 trauma center (with Lifeguard emergency transport helicopters) and neonatal and pediatric intensive care units. As one of the largest hospitals in the state of Virginia, the 703-bed facility located in Roanoke recently completed a large expansion project, adding a new Emergency Department, labor and Delivery Unit, and the Carilion Clinic Children's Hospital, complete with a Pediatric Emergency Room. Carilion Clinic has facilities in communities throughout Southwest Virginia. They include 8 hospitals, more than 220 physician practices, and 25 GME programs. With over 11,000 employees and more than 650 physicians representing 60 specialties, Carilion is a healthcare leader. Virginia Tech and Carilion Clinic brought together the power of research, innovation and medicine to create the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine and Research Institute, which opened in August 2010. The school and research institute will capitalize on Virginia Tech's world-class strength in basic sciences, bioinformatics and engineering. They will also utilize Carilion's excellent physicians and rich history in medical education to train the next generation of physician leaders.