Kidney Care of Oregon provides care and treatment to people affected by kidney disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and other kidney related issues.
Interested in a career with Kidney Care of Oregon? You may fill out the contact form below or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are always accepting resumes for the following positions:
If you are interested in applying with us please send a short letter about yourself and your current resume to the following email address: email@example.com.
If your qualifications appear to be a good fit, we will reach out to you. Often this can take some time, please be patient with us.
- Physician Assistants
- Business Specialists
- Medical Assistants
Currently active open positions:
Physician Assistant Specialty: Nephrology
Kidney Care of Oregon is seeking a full time Physician Assistant to join our world-class specialty team. Kidney Care of Oregon provides care and treatment to people affected by kidney disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and other kidney related issues. Our nephrology clinic has served Lane County for the last 50 years with locations in Eugene, Springfield, Coos Bay, Florence and Albany. Founded on being an independent team of hardworking physicians and physician assistants, our nephrologists wanted to create something long lasting in the community. Our provider team puts patient care first, while raising the bar for each other through mutual respect, collaboration, and continuing education.
Our team has 8 board-certified nephrologists and three physician assistants with dialysis units in Eugene, Springfield, Florence, Coos Bay, and Albany. Our team of nephrologists work collaboratively with the PA team to ensure the best possible solutions for patients so they can lead better and healthier lives. These shared goals make this a great place to work, learn and positively impact the care of their patients.
We offer a competitive salary, malpractice insurance and generous benefits with 401(k), health and dental insurance, paid time off and CME allowance.
Must have Oregon licensure and NCCPA certification and have graduated from an accredited program. Nephrology experience is desirable, but not required. We will provide training to the right candidate.
- Health insurance
- DentaI insurance
- Vision insurance
- Retirement plan
- Paid time off
- Relocation assistance