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EPMG is seeking experienced Emergency Medicine Nurse Practitioners/Physicians Assistants for Sparrow Hospital St. Lawrence in Lansing, MI.
Facility Name: Sparrow Hospital Saint Lawrence - EM
- 257-bed community hospital
- Multi-specialty inpatient and outpatient services
- An extension of Sparrow Hospital
- Home of the Sparrow Sleep Center and Hospice House of Mid-Michigan
- Affiliated with the Michigan Athletic Club
- 27,000 annual volume
- 25 hours of physician coverage
- 10 hours daily PA/NP coverage
- Shifts are 8 and 8.5 hour shifts
- EPIC EMR
- Minimum 1-2 years ED experience
- Board Certified
Lansing is a diverse, robust capital city with a multitude of strong vibrant neighborhoods where education is highly valued. It is home to New York level entertainment venues including, Wharton Center and the Edythe and Eli Broad Art Museum and offers either small town or urban city living options. There are 200 city, county and state parks, campgrounds and recreation areas, as well as 30 golf courses within 30 miles.
Benefits and Compensation:EPMG offers paid family health, prescription, vision, dental, life, LTD, flexible scheduling, 40(k), paid malpractice, signing bonuses, relocation (negotiable), performance & profit sharing bonuses and much more!
EmCare is a leading physician services organization with more than 1,000 practices at hospitals from coast to coast. We have become a leader in the industry by providing our affiliated clinical and non-clinical team members with outstanding career opportunities, compensation and benefits combined with the flexibility to enjoy a high quality of life. No other company provides clinicians access to the vast array of resources that EmCare offers. If you are a highly skilled clinician focused in any of the following five specialties — emergency medicine, hospital medicine, acute care surgery, anesthesiology, radiology/teleradiology — or if you are seeking an outstanding non-clinical job in the healthcare industry, we need to talk.