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The Physician Assistant (PA) is responsible for collaborating with members of the Bon Secours medical group staff to provide medical care to acutely ill or injured patients of all ages presenting to the Medical Practice. In addition, the PA cares for a wide range of medical complications, some of which require immediate medical attention that are often serious and may be life threatening.


  • Works collaboratively with on-site Medical Practice supervising physicians to evaluate, diagnose, and treat a broad array of acute and non-acute medical and psychiatric conditions in patients of all ages.
  • Recognizes emergency conditions in patients and communicates information to supervising physicians in a timely manner.
  • Orders and interprets clinically appropriate tests. Performs procedures within the scope of practice and expertise as defined by the delineation of privileges, including but not limited to wound care and repair, abscess incision and drainage, injections, fracture/dislocation management, respiratory support, etc.
  • Coordinates outpatient referral and follow-up care plans for patients. Communicates diagnosis-specific education to patients and families/guardians.
  • Coordinates inter-facility transfers for patients in need of inpatient services. Supervises medical, PA and/or NP students during clinical practice in the Medical Practice setting.
  • Uses an electronic medical record (EMR) to document patient encounters, places orders for patient care, and views results.
  • Practices emergency medicine in an ethical manner consistent with contemporary, evidence-based practice guidelines.
  • Participates in medical staff, department, and hospital affairs as applicable.


Experience: Previous experience as a Licensed Physician Assistant required.

Education: Bachelor’s or master’s degree from an AMA accredited Physician Assistant program required. Licenses / Certifications: Current NYS license to practice medicine. Unrestricted DEA number. National Commission for Certified Physician’s Assistants (NCCPA). Current BLS certificate required.

About Us:

Bon Secours Charity Medical Group

Bon Secours Charity Medical Group, part of Bon Secours Charity Health Systems (BSCHS), a regional network of more than 120 primary care physicians and specialists from a broad array of medical specialties. BSCHS, a member of WMCHealth Network, includes Good Samaritan Hospital in Suffern, NY, Bon Secours Community Hospital in Port Jervis, NY and St. Anthony Community Hospital in Warwick, NY.

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