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About Atria:

Atria is a membership-based preventive health care practice delivering cutting-edge primary and specialty care from the comfort of your home, at our practices in Palm Beach and New York, or wherever you are in the world.

We bring together a multidisciplinary team of renowned, in-house physicians to provide proactive, preventive, and precision-based care for Atria members and their families. We aim to optimize the lifespan and healthspan of all our members through meticulous screening and tailored interventions to prevent, reverse, or manage all major chronic diseases.

Each member’s care is led by a dedicated Chief Medical Officer who collaborates on your behalf with specialists in cardiology, neurology, pediatrics, gynecology, endocrinology, performance and movement, and more. Our exceptional clinicians also work closely with the 60+ members of the Atria Academy of Science & Medicine, top experts in their respective fields who are available for rapid consults, support, and referrals.

Core Responsibilities

  • Partner with Atria physicians to provide exceptional care in a state-of-the-art facility, as well as providing care to our members in the comfort of their homes.
  • Works collaboratively with CMOs (Chief Medical Officer) to provide Preventive Care, Well Visits & Comprehensive Health Assessments in the Institute, also with direct and indirect supervision for urgent Home Care visits.
  • Adult Care NPs & PAs must have the ability to work fluidly and competently across multiple disciplines, with a primary focus in Neurology.
  • Assist with the Brain Health program, concussion, headache and general neurology.
  • Flexibility to work weekends and off hours for on-call coverage for home care visits and Institute coverage, as necessary.
  • NPs & PAs must have ability to provide comprehensive Primary Care to the adult population.
  • Is competent to provide care to members based upon the age groups treated.
  • Adaptability to gain training and demonstrate competencies in a variety of Point of Care Testing modalities and devices.
  • Flexibility to perform clinical, administrative and clerical tasks outside routine scope of practice.
  • Opportunity to perform Exercise Physiology and Mobility Testing with Diers/Dari
  • Providing Home Care Services for minor procedures, such as insertion of peripheral IV for medication administration, wound care, vaccinations and phlebotomy techniques.
  • Documentation and appropriate maintenance of Medical Records for members
  • Telehealth visits & Electronic prescribing of medications as needed.
  • EMR data integration
  • Opportunities for Growth & Development through involvement in various initiatives such as committees for Quality & Patient Safety, Protocol & Procedure Development and Review Processes
  • Maintains a high-quality workforce to assist in the achievement of the Organization’s Mission.
  • Maintenance & upkeep of Professional Licenses, Certifications, DEA certification, State requirements and National Certifying Agencies credentials
  • Participates in appropriate continuing medical education programs for maintenance of Continued Medical Education and CUEs for professional licensure.


  • Current License required as NP for specialty, or current Licensed PA
  • 2+ years’ experience as practicing NP or PA
  • BLS certification from American Heart Association
  • Capable and experienced with relevant procedures for proficiency in delivering care in specialty include
  • Available for variable weekend on-call assignment
  • Thrives in a fast-paced, growing environment.



At Atria, we are proud to offer each full time employee of the Atria team:

  • Excellent health and wellness benefits, 100% paid by Atria
  • Time to give back and make an impact in underserved communities