If you are a Physician Assistant who desires to use your knowledge, training and experience to :
- collaborate with a clinical team that includes doctors and exercise physiologists working to achieve and maintain optimal health for each patient
- help detect, prevent, and reverse disease years, sometimes decades, before symptoms appear
- collect patient data via advanced medical technologies (metabolism, genetics, epigenetics, microbiome) to interpret within the context of personal and family medical history as well as lifestyle (sleep, stress, diet, nutrition)
- leave behind one-size-fits-all treatments in favor of personalized interventions to achieve “a health span as long as a lifespan”
- partner with patients to prove that chronic diseases such as diabetes, cardiovascular disease and osteoporosis are not “age inevitable”
then we welcome your application!
We are a healthcare practice that partners with each client to deliver a world-class experience and tailored health interventions for lifelong vitality and performance. Ours is an interdisciplinary team approach to healthcare that will require the candidate to understand office operations both clinically and administratively. The candidate will be trained in the details of our preventive, proactive, highly individualized model. We seek an individual who is eager to learn. The candidate must be able to multi-task, to stay organized, to exhibit excellent oral and written communication skills, and, of course, to relate engagingly and professionally with our patients.
- Graduate of an accredited Physician Assistant program
- New York State Physician Assistant license
- Experience and/or strong interest in Endocrinology or Internal Medicine preferred
- BCLS (Basic Cardiac Life Support) trained
- Good clinical intuition, strong interpersonal skills
- Initiative and unwavering attention to detail
• Work alongside physician to care for each patient
• Following appropriate training, lead members of the clinical team
• Conduct physical exams; obtain and update patient histories; aid in charting/note-writing
• Written correspondence including medical reports and follow-up patient communications
• Thorough review and discussion of lab results with patients
• Other responsibilities as may be assigned or requested.