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At Hartford HealthCare, we strive for a balance of career and lifestyle. We offer a stimulating work environment that inspires Excellence, Safety, Caring, and Integrity. Join us in our vision to be nationally respected for patient care and most trusted for personalized coordinated care.

The Tallwood Urology and Kidney Institute Team

Hartford Healthcare Medical Group is hiring Physician Assistants to join the renowned Tallwood Urology and Kidney Institute. This team takes an Interdisciplinary approach, working with Urologists covering specialty areas including General Urology, Mens Health & Sexual Function, Pelvic Health & Incontinence, Chronic Kidney disease, Kidney Stones, Urogynecology, and Urologic Cancer, along with a wide range of conditions and treatments.
Urology PA Job Summary:
Physician Assistants primary duties will be to assist in the operating room and manage the inpatient census. This will include rounding on postop patients, seeing inpatient consults, assessing ER patients, pre-operative History & Physicals, discharge summaries, and other duties as necessary to provide patient focused quality care. The Physician Assistants will be the go to person for Backus hospital for all things Urology.

This is an opportunity to 1st assist in the operating room, working with major cases including robotics, Lap, and more. Physician Assistants work in daily collaboration with the regions top Urologist handling all facets of inpatient and operative work. Providing inpatient and Emergency Department consultations.

Full time, Monday through Friday, No call required.

Advanced Practitioners Enjoy
Newly graduated and experienced Practitioners are trained with on the job, classroom, procedural training, and extensive support of Continuing Medical Education (CME) through active programming, reimbursement, and sponsored professional society memberships. Licensure and certification reimbursement
Extremely competitive salary
Team environment with robust staff: less responsibility for room turnover
Professional development opportunities
Tuition reimbursement program
Innovative, scalable staffing models, including consistent surgical teams


All applicants must be a graduate of an accredited Physician Assistant master degree program.
Employment is contingent upon successful credentialing
A Connecticut Physician Assistant license is required.
New graduates welcomed and trained.
Board Certified or eligible required.
Urology Experience preferred.
Robotics experience is a plus.

We know what matters most when it comes to building a career you can be proud of. State of the art technology. Education. Quality. Coordinated patient care. And plenty of room to grow. You'll find all of these things within Hartford HealthCare, the largest, most comprehensive integrated health system in Connecticut. At Hartford HealthCare, clinical education and research are supported to bring the latest technology and discoveries, clinical excellence and innovation to the patient and community. And to provide physicians access to a wealth of expertise and resources. Hartford HealthCare aspires to be the next generation of integrated health systems, marked by strong patient focus, heightened efficiency, consistent quality performance and open, collaborative sharing of best practices. All of the partner organizations within Hartford HealthCare are united by this vision. Our partners include tertiary care and community hospitals, regional behavioral health centers, a statewide network of clinical laboratories, a large multispecialty physician practice, a regional home care system, comprehensive senior services, a rehabilitation network and more.