Urgent Care Physician Assistant
|Date Added||Aug 16th, 2018|
- Perform routine occupational medicine clinical services including, but not limited to evaluation and treatment of work-related injuries, post-offer physicals, fitness for duty and return to work evaluations, DOT physicals, etc.
- Order and interpret diagnostic tests, such as imaging studies, electrocardiogram, and laboratory tests.
- Perform therapeutic procedures such as injections, immunizations, suturing and wound care, and managing infection.
- Develop and implement patient plan of care and assist in provision of continuity of care.
- Maintain medical documentation of patients on EMR and complying with HIPPA guidelines to protect patient data privacy.
- Instruct and counsel patients regarding compliance with prescribed therapeutic regimens.
- A graduate of an accredited Master’s Physician Assistant program
- Current National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistant (NCCPA) Certification
- Current Physician Assistant Board – State of California License
- Current Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) License
- Current BCLS (CPR/AED) or ACLS Certification
- Current National Registry of Certified Medical Examiners (NRCME) Certification