The Iowa Clinic Urgent Care ARNP or PA-C (Full-Time) in West Des Moines, Iowa
Urgent Care ARNP or PA-C (Full-Time)
Advanced Practice Provider West Des Moines, Iowa
Are you an ARNP or PA with significant Urgent Care or ER experience? Do you love helping patients in an acute care setting? Do you want to be part of a 5-star team? If so, this might be the perfect fit for you!
Why Choose Urgent Care at The Iowa Clinic?
The Iowa Clinic is a physician-owned and governed multi-specialty clinic with over 260 providers. We are looking for a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant to see patients with a wide variety of presenting complaints. You will work at our West Des Moines location on a full-time basis, committing to 1:4 weekends in addition to 2-3 days per week as well as 2 holidays per year. On each shift, you will be teamed with another provider as well as 2-3 nurses.Generous, competitive compensation package. Benefits include family health/dental/vision, employer matching 401(k) retirement plan, short- and long-term disability, and life insurance; also malpractice, professional society dues, licensure, and CME costs. Paid time off (PTO) accrued at 29 days annually.
You will need:
Education: Master’s Degree required
Licenses/Certifications: Current ARNP or PA, BCLS, and ACLS certifications required
Experience: 5 years of Urgent Care or ER experience in an APP role required
COVID-19 vaccine required
Why Choose Des Moines, IA?
Des Moines is Iowa’s capital and hub for business and cultural activity with a metro population of over 645,000. Set on the Des Moines River and amongst rolling hills, Des Moines is a picturesque city with something for everyone to enjoy. Boasting short commute times, low cost of living, excellent schools, and a family-friendly environment, Des Moines offers an idyllic work-life balance.
Des Moines has been named #1 Best Places to Live in the Midwest (U.S. News & World Report, 2018), #1 Best City for Young Professionals (Forbes, 2014), and #1 Best Affordable Place to Live in the U.S. (U.S. News & World Report, 2017). As a state, Iowa has been recognized as the #1 Best State to Live in America (U.S. News & World Report, 2018).