Emergency Medicine Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant – Sound Physicians
|Thrive Where Contributions Are Rewarded and Valued
Sound Physicians’ nurse practitioners and physician assistants enjoy a key role in driving improvements in acute care, alongside our emergency medicine physicians. In support of our core values, we ensure our advanced practice providers have the time and resources needed to deliver compassionate care. You will be involved with driving improvements in quality, patient satisfaction, and aligning with hospital leadership in achieving the goals set for the team.27 bed ED with fast track
Volume of ED – 28,000
Scribes paid for by Sound Physicians
Bedside ultrasound and Glydescope
16% admission rate
Access SoundInstitute learning platform for continuing education and professional career development with convenient online and in-person educational courses, including CME
Requirements of Advanced Practitioners
Sound values our advanced practice providers and realizes they need a forum to collaborate. Our APP collaborative was formed to provide development opportunities and to advance the role of our providers who work alongside our physician providers. We offer the same leadership development opportunities for APPs that are provided to our physician providers. We are focused on helping you build your emergency medicine career.ACLS/BLS/PALS required
Current, unrestricted license in Nevada and two years of emergency medicine experience required
Location & Lifestyle
With over 235,000 residents, Reno is the largest city in Northern Nevada. Reno is located on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in an area called the Truckee Meadows and less than 60 miles from Lake Tahoe. Residents enjoy a wide variety of arts and culture including Hot August Nights, Great Reno Balloon Races, and Reno Rodeo, Artown as well as numerous festivals in the Tahoe area.
Reno/Tahoe is truly an outdoor paradise with over 300 days of sunlight each year. Residents are minutes from desert landscapes and breathtaking views of the Sierra Mountains. One can drink coffee in the Riverwalk district, white water raft through downtown or test their luck at a world-renowned casino. The area offers the largest concentration of ski facilities in the world all within a fifty-mile radius. Biking, camping, hunting, fishing, and mountain climbing are all activities Reno residents and visitors enjoy.
Sports enthusiasts enjoy a day at the ballpark routing on the Reno Aces, the local minor league baseball team or watching the major league Soccer team, Reno 1868 FC. Locals also support the University of Nevada Wolf Pack which is located in Reno.