Physician Assistant PA Surgery

An exciting opportunity for a Physician Assistant in the Operating Room is now available at a prestigious non profit hospital in the Greater Baltimore, MD area.   If you love a busy environment with tremendous growth potential, this is the perfect place to take your career!

This 400+ bed teaching hospital is one of the top hospitals in the area. This hospital attracts the region’s top doctors and is home to cutting edge medical technology. This hospital is a Center of Excellence for Joint Replacement, Cancer Care, and Cardiovascular Health. This hospital is a well-established 100+-year-old facility, but is constantly renovating and expanding to stay ahead of medical advancements.  This medical center is part of a larger and stable hospital system and affiliated with some of the top medical schools in the country. 

The Physician Assistant of Perioperative Services will be working in a busy Operating Room seeing all kinds of surgical cases. Over 130 FTEs work in Surgical Services, and over 10 different types of surgery are performed every day. This hospital performs both minimally invasive and robotic surgery, and this hospital system was recently designated a da Vinci General Surgery Epicenter. 

The Surgery PA will have a flexible work schedule, and have a great work life balance. 

This is an amazing opportunity for a hard working Surgical Services Physician Assistant. Come work with some of the best in the field and make your career stand out at this busy, cutting edge surgery department. With lots of great shopping, restaurants, and night life nearby, there is plenty to do after work too!

A competitive compensation package with full suite of benefits come with this amazing opportunity.  Apply today for this great career opporutnity. 

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