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Part Time Physician Assistant-Trauma/Critical Care (.6)
Elliot Health System (EHS) is seeking a Trauma/Critical Care PA to join our integrated program.
The EHS Trauma and Acute Care Surgery (TRACS) Program is an American College of Surgeon’s verified Level II Trauma Center. Our integrated program currently consists of 2 Trauma/Critical Care surgeon, 4 General Surgeons with extensive Trauma experience, and 5 Advanced Practice Providers. Competitive salary and benefits package.
• Very Reasonable Shift Schedule
• 1200+ trauma encounters/ admissions
• Over 56,000+ Annual ED Visits
Nestled along the Merrimack River, Manchester is the largest entertainment, sports, arts and cultural destination in New Hampshire. Located in the heart of New England, Manchester is a thriving metropolitan community, located within an hour’s drive of Boston, the seacoast, lakes region, and White Mountains of New Hampshire. Enjoy Four Season living, excellent school systems, and no state income or sales tax! Explore the rich heritage, breathtaking beauty, and see why Money magazine annually ranks the area as one of the nation’s “Best Places to Live.”
Elliot Health System, a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) entity, is the largest provider of comprehensive healthcare services in Southern New Hampshire. The cornerstone of EHS is Elliot Hospital, a 296- bed acute care facility, recently credentialed as an ACS Level II Trauma Center. The mainstay of our organization is the Elliot Physician Network, which employs a collaborative and engaged team of primary care physicians and specialists. Our state of the art outpatient practices, located throughout the Southern New Hampshire area, bring the most comprehensive care to patients and families where they work and live.
We are an equal opportunity employer embracing the strength that diversity brings to the workplace. We provide a welcoming and supportive environment for employees of all ethnic backgrounds, cultures, ages, lifestyles and physical abilities.
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