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General Physican PC

Mary Lynn Candella
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Interventional Pain Management Physician Assistant

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Physician Assistant/ Nurse Practitioner Interventional Pain Management General Physician, P.C. is recruiting for a PA/NP for our Interventional Pain Management practice located in the Barry Snyder Ambulatory Care Center at 462 Grider Street in Buffalo, New York. The APP collaborates with Dr. Thomas Suchy. Dr. Thomas Suchy is dual board certified in anesthesiology and pain medicine. After medical school, he completed both a residency in anesthesiology at Yale University and fellowship in pain medicine at the Cleveland Clinic. In this position you will see office patients; office hours 8-5 Monday- Friday with flexible schedule available. The Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner operates within the standards of care and scope of practice as defined by the State of New York. Our services include: The full breadth of chronic pain management including evidence-based multimodal analgesics, cutting-edge interventional procedures and the latest technologies for spinal cord stimulation. Work with Dr. Suchy to usher in a new direction for pain medicine to Western New York and help patients reclaim their lives from chronic pain Requirements include: • Graduate of an accredited NP or PA program with current NYS Licensure • Minimum of 1 year of recent previous experience in a surgical or orthopedic setting preferrred • Current DEA Registration • CPR certification • Strong verbal and written communication skills. • DEA license • Excellent interpersonal skills. • Ability to work as cooperative member of a team. • Ability to adapt to change. Benefits offered: • Highly competitive • Employer paid Occurrence based malpractice coverage • Generous Paid time off allowance • Health insurance • Dental insurance • 401(k) • CME allowance with paid time off


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