The University of Texas Medical Branch Mid Level Practitioner - Center for Polar Medical Operations (CPMO), 6-9 month locum to work in ANTARCTICA in Galveston, Texas

Min Qualifications Graduation from an Accredited Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner Program and current licensure to practice from any U.S. state with a minimum of two years experience in a primary care or emergency medicine practice. Job Description: Responsible for providing clinical care to United States Antarctic Program (USAP) participants in collaboration with the station physician and under approved protocols; manages the medical aspects of care in the observation, assessment, diagnosis, intervention, evaluation, rehabilitation, care and counsel, and health teachings of persons who are ill, injured or infirm or experiencing changes in normal health processes; and in the promotion and maintenance of health of prevention of illness in a remote clinical setting to include isolated field camps. Preferred License/Certificate

ACLS

DEA (if applicable)

Preferred Work Experience

Emergency Medicine background, and/or extensive trauma/family medicine background.

Closing Statement

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Full/Part Time: Full-Time

Job Type: Regular

Job Title: Mid Level Practitioner - Center for Polar Medical Operations (CPMO), 6-9 month locum to work in ANTARCTICA

Job ID: 59850

Location: Galveston

Business Unit: SOMED