Emergency Medicine Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant
Thrive Where Contributions Are Rewarded and Valued
Sound Physicians’ nurse practitioners and physician assistants enjoy a key role in driving improvements in acute care, alongside our emergency medicine physicians. In support of our core values, we ensure our advanced practice providers have the time and resources needed to deliver compassionate care. You will be involved with driving improvements in quality, patient satisfaction, and aligning with hospital leadership in achieving the goals set for the team.
Join a team of 5 physicians and 3 experienced nurse practitioners at Samaritan Hospital, a community-based hospital that is part of the Samaritan Health Organization.
- 22,000 volume ED
- 9 bed ED plus 2-bed triage and fast care
- Level III trauma center
- Open ICU
- Access SoundInstitute™ learning platform for continuing education and professional career development with convenient online and in-person educational courses, including CME
Requirements of Advanced Practitioners
Sound values our advanced practice providers and realizes they need a forum to collaborate. Our APP collaborative was formed to provide development opportunities and to advance the role of our providers who work alongside our physician providers. We offer the same leadership development opportunities for APPs that are provided to our physician providers. We are focused on helping you build your emergency medicine career.
- ACLS/BLS/PALS required
- Current, unrestricted license in WA and one-year post-training EM experience
Location & Lifestyle
Moses Lake is a hidden gem in Washington and is considered the hub between Seattle and Spokane. The lake offers numerous options for lakefront living and is a summertime attraction for much of the Washington residents. The backdrop offers mountain views and spectacular sunsets. Within a 30 minute drive, the Gorge Amphitheater attracts residents from across the US with numerous concert venues and was named “most scenic concert venues in the world” by Wall Street Journal. Residents are able to enjoy the amenities of the Pacific NW while escaping the rain. With 300 days of sunlight per year, residents take advantage of hunting, fishing, boating, kayaking, hiking, and snow skiing. There is also an abundance of apple, grape, and cherry orchards which feeds one of the major industries being agriculture. There are also several industrial companies and data centers making for a strong economy.