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Our orthopedic specialists at Cedars-Sinai are seasoned professionals in the full range of orthopedic procedures. These orthopedic doctors meet strict criteria regarding experience and training – including orthopedic surgeons that are board certified in orthopedics or neurosurgery. This specialized training allows us to deliver better results for our patients across Los Angeles and Southern California. Cedars-Sinai Orthopedics provides comprehensive care and treatment with a range of programs. Our specialists offer nonsurgical treatments and pain management techniques to create the best plan for recovery from bone-related conditions, diseases or injuries.
The Lead Physician Assistant shall provide leadership, direction, and guidance to Physician Assistants within a service-line and provide specialty collaborative patient management under the direction of a board certified/eligible physician.
Summary of Essential Duties:
- The Lead PA is responsible for implementing and maintaining AHP requirements both programmatic and competency specific for all assigned programs
- Clinically responsible and accountable for the application of the PA process, providing clinical guidance to clinical team, research involvement, consultative services, inter and intra departmental liaison, education, leadership and patient care management across the health care continuum from preventative, acute care through discharge
- Provides Pre-op and Post-Op, including inpatient care management across the health care continuum from preventative, acute care through discharge.
- Focus of position will be on inpatient orthopedic trauma patients with some first assist.
- Support a team of trauma surgeons.
- Write lab orders, prescriptions and update patient charts.
- Graduate of a PA program approved by Committee on Allied Health Education and Accreditation required
- Master’s degree required
- Current, unrestricted Physician Assistant license issued by the State of CA required
- Certification by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) through successful completion of National Board Examination required
- ACLS from the American Heart Association or American Red Cross required
- Current DEA License required
- Minimum of three (3) years’ experience as a Physician Assistant.
- Inpatient Orthopedic Trauma experience
- Acute care hospital experience is a must
- Working Title: Lead/Supervising Physician Assistant - Orthopedic Trauma
- Department: Orthopedic Med Staff
- Business Entity: Academic / Research
- City: Los Angeles
- Job Category: Clinical Operations
- Job Specialty: Advanced Practice (PA)
- Position Type: Full-time
- Shift Length: 8 hour shift
- Shift Type: Day
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