FULL TIME PHYSICIAN JOB OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE NATIONWIDE!
Skilled Wound Care (SWC) Physicians Group is seeking physicians and physicians assistants who want to become a super wound care specialist and join a meaningful surgical practice. Wound Care Specialists bring advanced procedures to the patients, right at the patient's beside.
WE PUT YOU FIRST.
Skilled Wound Care physicians work Monday-Friday, 7:00am-3:00pm. Our providers become experts in their field and are highly advanced in their subspecialty.
SWC provides equipment, malpractice insurance, credentialing, and highly advanced wound care and surgical training.
We’re interested in hearing more about you, and how you could become part of the Skilled Wound Care team.
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Our physicians are part of a mobile surgical practice focused on skin, wound, and ostomy patient issues in nursing home settings, but they’re more than just rounding doctors. They’re also educators and team-builders, who help train nursing home staff to better understand and treat wounds. Skilled Wound Care physicians are caring, ethical, and conscientious practitioners who understand the importance of empowering a team and putting patient outcomes first.
If you are seeking a new and exciting specialty in a surgical practice, this may be the right fit for you. Wound Care is a growing specialty where you have the opportunity to be hands-on and perform bedside procedures.
HOW WE WORK.
Working as a SWC provider does require driving, good judgment, and affable personality. We will train you in advanced bedside procedures and wound care. We hire physicians of all specialties and training backgrounds. Mandatory requirements include Valid Medical License and DEA without restrictions, and the ability to follow policies and procedures for long-term care. You must also be able to dedicate at least two full weekdays to the position.
Help us achieve our mission of touching and
improving as many lives as possible!
As an SWC provider, you will be helping the underserved
population in the nursing home setting by focusing on skin,
wound, and ostomy patient issues!