Nurse Practitioner Job In Owosso, Michigan
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Company: TeamHealth Profession/Specialty: Nurse Practitioner Location: Owosso, Michigan 48867 Posted:2017-07-09
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We have an opportunity for a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant to join our Pediatric Emergency Medicine team full-time at Memorial Health Care Center in Owosso, Michigan. Our 29,000-volume Emergency Department with designated Fast Track now features an After Hours Pediatric Clinic. Current shifts are from 4pm to 12am, with no weekends or holidays. The right candidate must have previous pediatric Emergency Medicine or Urgent care experience and current ACLS and PALS certifications.EOE
In Shiawassee County, Owosso offers more amenities than many small cities. Education options are available at local colleges and public and parochial schools. The hometown newspaper has won recent awards from the Michigan Press Association and Associated Press. The modern city bus system and intercity bus system travels throughout the state, and the city is home to the Great Lakes Central Railroad. There’s even a community airport with lighted runway for private planes and air taxi services. Museums, festivals, and cultural events are plentiful as well.
About TeamHealth Memorial Health Care Center
Memorial Healthcare is a 150-bed hospital and healthcare organization serving the greater Shiawassee County area. It offers services ranging from primary care to specialty care in areas such as general, vascular, gynecological and orthopedic surgery to ear, nose, throat, urology and plastic/reconstructive surgery services, as well as neurology. This facility has 28,000 annual emergency department visits. With national and state recognition, this facility is renowned for its excellence in meeting patient expectations. One of the awards includes Becker's Hospital Review, which ranked Memorial Healthcare first in the State of Michigan for its patient exchange efforts.