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Wisconsin licensure required to work at Beloit Clinic for theSurgery Department
Beloit Health System is seeking a highly motivated PA or NP to join our vascular team. Under the direction of the supervising physician(s) the PA/NP will have responsibilities as the first assist in the operating room as well as other inpatient unit and outpatient clinic duties including hospital rounding, interpreting lab and imaging, performing venous procedures, suturing and suture removal, acting as the family liaison and wound care. Our practice offers the full spectrum of general and vascular surgery, from minimally invasive endovascular procedures to complex open repairs, as well as all aspects of general surgery. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of one year experience including surgical assisting..
Vascular Surgery Physician Assistant Responsibilities:
Inpatient and Outpatient services.
Post-op and Follow-up patient appointments.
First assist in the operating room.
We offer a competitive wage. Our benefits package includes exceptional health and dental insurance, a generous vacation allowance, retirement plan, employer-matched TSA and much more.
Please contact :
Claudine Taub (608) 364-2255 or Cell: (608) 514-6728
Beloit Health System and the Stateline Anesthesia group is seeking 2 CRNA's to join a busy practice at both the Beloit Health System and NorthPointe Ambulatory Care. Providing coverage in both Wisconsin and Illinois - First and Second call responsibliities q 6-7 nights and weekends. Great opportunity! Email resume and letter of interest to: Claub@beloithealthsystem.org
Beloit Regional Hospice is seeking a Nurse Practitioner to join our team. Beloit Health System Palliative Care also offers services above and beyond the typical scope of palliative care to enhance quality of life for our patients We make a difference every day to patients and families coping with end of life illness in creating a center of excellence in hospice care.
Under the supervision of the Medical Director or other staff physicians, the Nurse Practitioner will partner with both the Hospice and Palliative care team to direct and facilitate the care and support of patients, families and the physicians who treat patients that are facing chronic illnesses or a life threatening illness.
The Nurse Practitioner will provide comprehensive medical care to patients in a variety of settings, including: home, hospital, nursing homes, and assisted living facilities. As a member of the Palliative Care team the Nurse Practitioner will be responsible for palliative care readiness assessment and provide education on Hospice care for physicians, patients/families and others.
•APNP certification and licensure in the state of WI
••Certified Palliative Nurse preferred or willingness to apply within one year
•Minimum 3 years of relevant clinical experience preferred.
•Be flexible and able to work independently
•Good communication skills