Physician Assistant II/ 40 Hrs/Days/ Interventional Radiology

Partners Healthcare System Boston , MA 02298

Posted 5 months ago

The physician assistant (PA) is a licensed provider who has acquired a broad range of knowledge and skills through the successful completion of a physician assistant program. The PA is responsible for the assessment and management of various populations of patients, medical and/or surgical, including diagnostic and therapeutic interventions, development of appropriate plans of care and ongoing evaluation. The physician assistant works under the supervision of an attending physician and reports directly to the department administrator or chief physician assistant administratively.

The PA will perform in accordance with all state and federal regulations and institutional policies including but not limited to the BWH PA Scope of Practice, Prescriptive Guidelines, approved clinical privileges, and BWH PA policy.

The PA II position is designed for those physician assistants who have advanced clinical skills and who are experienced enough to take on additional clinical, administrative, and/or leadership responsibilities above that of a PA I. The PA II position entails those responsibilities defined by the department/division that will become part of the performance evaluation process.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Indicate key areas of responsibility, major job duties, special projects and key objectives for this position. These items should be evaluated throughout the year and included in the written annual evaluation.


Principle Clinical Duties and

Responsibilities:
  • Provides direct care, counseling, and teaching to a designated patient population in the ambulatory, inpatient, operative, and/or procedural setting

  • Performs complete histories and physical examinations

  • Orders, interprets, and evaluates appropriate laboratory and diagnostic tests

  • Develops appropriate plans of care and follow-up based on the outcomes of diagnostic, laboratory, and physical examination findings

  • Orders medications and writes prescriptions according to organizational and regulatory policies and procedures

  • Consistently provides high quality and timely documentation including admission and progress notes, procedure notes, operative notes and discharge summaries

  • Performs bedside procedures as are appropriate to the patient population

  • In some settings, the PA may first assist in the operating room or procedural areas

  • Practices cost effective medicine in an efficient manner, maximizing available resources

  • Discusses patient data with other physicians and professionals as appropriate in a multidisciplinary setting

  • Demonstrates expert clinical judgment skills to function in an independent role

  • Additional duties and responsibilities as required by the department/division

Non-Clinical Duties and

Responsibilities:
  • Demonstrates professional collaborative and consultative relationships with other providers

  • Follows all designated prescriptive practices and monitoring requirements with the designated supervising physician and administrative report

  • Participates in departmental and organizational committees and programs as appropriate and attends all required meetings, in-services, and professional trainings

  • Maintains superior interpersonal and communication skills as a member of the healthcare team in order to collaborate effectively with patients, families, staff, and community health workers

  • Remains actively involved in continuing education with a commitment to self and departmental growth

  • Adheres to all established safety policies, procedures, and precautions; identifies potential or actual unsafe situations in the environment and takes measures to rectify the situation

  • Demonstrates understanding of procedures, policies, and documentation required to ensure compliance with hospital standards of care

  • The PA II shall be responsible for precepting PA students each year and/or managing the department/division PA student program.

  • Additional duties and responsibilities as required by the department/division

For all positions that include direct patient care, indicate with an "X" the age(s) of all patient populations served

No Direct Patient Care

All age groups

Adolescence (13 to 17 years)

Neonates (birth to 1 month)

Young Adult (18 to 25 years)

Infant (1 month to1year)

Adult (26 to 54 years)

Early Childhood (12 months to 5 years)

Senior Adult (55 to 64 years)

Late Childhood (6 to 12 years)

Geriatric (65 years and up)

The physician assistant (PA) is a licensed provider who has acquired a broad range of knowledge and skills through the successful completion of a physician assistant program. The PA is responsible for the assessment and management of various populations of patients, medical and/or surgical, including diagnostic and therapeutic interventions, development of appropriate plans of care and ongoing evaluation. The physician assistant works under the supervision of an attending physician and reports directly to the department administrator or chief physician assistant administratively.

The PA will perform in accordance with all state and federal regulations and institutional policies including but not limited to the BWH PA Scope of Practice, Prescriptive Guidelines, approved clinical privileges, and BWH PA policy.

The PA II position is designed for those physician assistants who have advanced clinical skills and who are experienced enough to take on additional clinical, administrative, and/or leadership responsibilities above that of a PA I. The PA II position entails those responsibilities defined by the department/division that will become part of the performance evaluation process.

PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Indicate key areas of responsibility, major job duties, special projects and key objectives for this position. These items should be evaluated throughout the year and included in the written annual evaluation.


Principle Clinical Duties and

Responsibilities:
  • Provides direct care, counseling, and teaching to a designated patient population in the ambulatory, inpatient, operative, and/or procedural setting

  • Performs complete histories and physical examinations

  • Orders, interprets, and evaluates appropriate laboratory and diagnostic tests

  • Develops appropriate plans of care and follow-up based on the outcomes of diagnostic, laboratory, and physical examination findings

  • Orders medications and writes prescriptions according to organizational and regulatory policies and procedures

  • Consistently provides high quality and timely documentation including admission and progress notes, procedure notes, operative notes and discharge summaries

  • Performs bedside procedures as are appropriate to the patient population

  • In some settings, the PA may first assist in the operating room or procedural areas

  • Practices cost effective medicine in an efficient manner, maximizing available resources

  • Discusses patient data with other physicians and professionals as appropriate in a multidisciplinary setting

  • Demonstrates expert clinical judgment skills to function in an independent role

  • Additional duties and responsibilities as required by the department/division

Non-Clinical Duties and

Responsibilities:
  • Demonstrates professional collaborative and consultative relationships with other providers

  • Follows all designated prescriptive practices and monitoring requirements with the designated supervising physician and administrative report

  • Participates in departmental and organizational committees and programs as appropriate and attends all required meetings, in-services, and professional trainings

  • Maintains superior interpersonal and communication skills as a member of the healthcare team in order to collaborate effectively with patients, families, staff, and community health workers

  • Remains actively involved in continuing education with a commitment to self and departmental growth

  • Adheres to all established safety policies, procedures, and precautions; identifies potential or actual unsafe situations in the environment and takes measures to rectify the situation

  • Demonstrates understanding of procedures, policies, and documentation required to ensure compliance with hospital standards of care

  • The PA II shall be responsible for precepting PA students each year and/or managing the department/division PA student program.

  • Additional duties and responsibilities as required by the department/division

For all positions that include direct patient care, indicate with an "X" the age(s) of all patient populations served

No Direct Patient Care

All age groups

Adolescence (13 to 17 years)

Neonates (birth to 1 month)

Young Adult (18 to 25 years)

Infant (1 month to1year)

Adult (26 to 54 years)

Early Childhood (12 months to 5 years)

Senior Adult (55 to 64 years)

Late Childhood (6 to 12 years)

Geriatric (65 years and up)


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