Are you a natural leader? Do you like to work with the best? Are you goal oriented and willing to take on challenges? Do you like rewarding opportunities?
If you think that you have the skills and experience that makes you an exceptional leader and you want to work with one of the best orthopedic surgeons in the country in his subspecialty, then this position at The Steadman Clinic is for you.
The Steadman Clinic is a dynamic and growing clinic located in the beautiful Colorado Rocky Mountains in Vail, Colorado specializing in sports medicine and orthopedics. Our main clinic is located at the base of Vail Mountain. Because of our physicians' reputations, patients and athletes with orthopedic injuries and conditions from all over the world seek out care from our sub-specialized orthopedic surgeons.
Our primary mission is keeping people active, through our clinical care and treatment, while providing the best possible experience to each of our patients. The key differentiator between our clinic and others is that we collect objective and subjective data on patient outcomes and have maintained this repository for over 15 years through our sister non-profit research organization - The Steadman Philippon Research Institute. This data allows our physicians to publish and report through peer reviewed research journals.
We are recruiting a highly skilled Physician Assistant to work for one of the most sought after physicians in his sub-specialty. As a Practice Director, you will manage and direct this very successful surgeon's sports medicine practice. You will work with a team of 5 professionals to ensure that patients receive the very best medical care available.
Ultimately as practice director, you are responsible for ensuring that all aspects of this busy sports medicine practice are handled. Part of your responsibilities will include managing, coordinating and directing the day to day operations of the clinical practice. From time to time you may be asked to assist in surgery, to hold clinics for post-op and pre-op patients, to provide patient education, and to manage post op care as the physician requests. Since many of the patients come from out of state or out of the country, there are many patient phone calls to handle. You will need to be comfortable and confident handling difficult medical conditions, as well as being able to work with patients in a very caring, thoughtful and professional manner.
As a qualified candidate you must possess excellent written and verbal communication skills because you will be working with some of the world's best athletes and accomplished individuals who are willing to travel for their care. We are looking for the best of the best who have an attitude and interest in improving their skills and education. As emphasized prior, to be the best, our physicians have dedicated a significant portion of their time to research and education. Consequently, your involvement in research will be a very important part of your success.
NCCPA certified as a Physician Assistant
Seven to twenty years orthopedic clinical and operative experience is required.
We offer a competitive salary and benefit package including CME allowances, full medical and dental benefits, retirement plans, malpractice coverage, and an allowance for moving expenses.
To apply for this position the successful candidate must submit a letter of interest, along with a comprehensive CV and reference list with contact information to email@example.com.