NP needed in California for Urgent Care coverage JOB-2877254
Location: Santa Rosa, California
Internal Number: JOB-2877254
Nurse Practitioner needed in California for Urgent Care coverage. Must be Board Certified, have current DEA, and California state license. Shifts will be four 10-hour shifts. Preference to local candidate. Will see 20-45 patients per day, depending on the day and patient population is Pediatrics/Adults. Must be comfortable with suturing and splinting. To learn more about this job or to hear about other job opportunities of interest, please contact a CompHealth recruiter today. CompHealth has a variety of assignments with varying lengths of time and locations. We will work with you to find the right opportunity.
Rotating between 3 clinics 10 minutes apart
Four 10-hour shifts
20-45 patients per day
2 years UC experience required
Must be able to suture and splint
We provide complimentary housing and travel
We arrange and cover costs for licensing and malpractice
We simplify the credentialing and privileging process
We provide first-day medical insurance and 401(K)
Your personal recruiter handles every detail, 24/7
From $63.00 to $80.00 hourly Ranges shown should be used as an estimate and are affected by many factors including the critical need of the position, your overall experience and qualifications, and other considerations. Please reach out to your consultant for more information.
We know the industry because we created it. We’ve built a reputation of quality and professionalism over our 40-year history. Each recruiter is dedicated to a specialty, which helps us quickly assess your needs, whether you’re a healthcare provider or a facility in need of one.Some benefits that set us apart include variety of jobs with access to our vast, nationwide client network; thousands of short- and long-term jobs across virtually every specialty; and access to our in-house credentialing and licensing team. A few of the perks are Private housing, travel, and transportation for the duration of your assignment; comprehensive malpractice coverage; licensing fees when you take an assignment that requires a new state license; and weekly direct deposits.