An affiliate of Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women's Hospital, Partners Urgent Care serves as a convenient and affordable urgent care option for those living and working in the Greater Boston area. From coughs and colds to cuts and broken bones, our providers offer great care for a range of illnesses and injuries in clean modern centers. We know urgent medical situations often happen unexpectedly, so our Boston-area Partners Urgent Care clinics seven days a week. Most Partners Urgent Care visits last less than an hour, so our patients can get back to what matters.
We are seeking Advanced Practitioners (NPs or PAs) for our Newton/Watertown Urgent Care locations to work 13 hour shifts 3 days per week.
Skills and Abilities
Positive energetic attitude which inspires other team members
Sense of service and team orientation
Desire to contribute to building and maintaining a great organization
A collaborative and talented leader that inspires confidence in his / her colleagues
Diagnose and treat an array of pediatric and adult illnesses and injuries
Order and interpret indicated diagnostic testing based upon evidence-based medicine (EBM) and clinical practice guidelines (CPG)
Attend and participate in monthly supervisory meetings
Attend and participate in market meetings
Recording patient information as necessary on an electronic medical record (EMR)
Become an active and energetic participant in this growing company
Perform required procedures including but not limited to suturing and splinting
Liaising with patients, general practitioners, health care professionals, and patient's family members in a compassionate and kind manner.
Communicate effectively, balance multiple tasks, set priorities, and solve problems.
An outstanding bedside manner with both children and adults
1 yr. in Urgent Care or emergency department
1 yr. Pediatric experience (12 months and older)
State medical license
State controlled substances license (if applicable)
Successful completion of a training program and be able to treat patients in a solo practice environment
Experience in procedures including suturing and splinting
Experience in reading diagnostic studies including x-rays and EKGs
Experience treating workers' compensation cases
Experience treating occupational health cases
DOT certification preferred
Must be able to speak and write English fluently.
Occupational Health Experience
Successful completion of an Advanced Practitioner (PA or NP) educational program that includes clinical training in family medicine, urgent care, emergency medicine, internal medicine, pediatrics or another specialty.