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Advanced Pracitioner- Grande Cheese Direct to Employer Clinic
Family Medicine | | Wyocena, WI | Req #: R128131

The SSM Health team is looking for a full-time (.8 FTE) advanced practitioner to join the Grande Cheese- Wyocena & Friendship clinics. These clinics are a part of smaller direct to employer clinics. As a provider, you will be able to see Grande Cheese associates, spouses and dependents from ages 8-26 years old for all primary care, acute care, pre-employment physicals and work compensation visits. This setting allows the practitioner to customize the visits to each patient's needs with a focus on quality care.

The Opportunity

  • This is a full-time (0.8 FTE) position
  • Schedule is :
  • Mondays: Wyocena 7am-4pm
  • Tuesdays: Friendship 7:30am- 2pm
  • Wednesdays: Wyocena 8am-5pm
  • Thursdays: Wyocena 8am-11am & Friendship 12:15pm-4:30pm
  • Opportunity to see patients independently
  • Clinic is located at the Grande Cheese Company
  • Provide care for employees and their families
  • EPIC EMR

Benefits:

We offer a comprehensive benefit package exclusively designed for healthcare providers including annual CME dollars, guaranteed salary, malpractice insurance and much more.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.

For more information contact:

Cati teDuits - Physician, Provider and Leadership Talent
cati.teduits@ssmhealth.com



Qualifications

Physician Assistant - Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services
Physician Assistant - Oklahoma Medical Board
Acknowledgement of Receipt of Application for Physician Assistant - Oklahoma Medical Board
Physician Assistant in Medicine, Licensed - Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR)
Physician Assistant - Missouri Division of Professional Registration
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