pA/NP information

Find your perfect APP position with Wapiti Medical Staffing

advanced practice providers

 Advanced Practice Provider or APPs (Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners) are being utilized more and more by hospitals and healthcare facilities a to provide patient care. In fact, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts the need for PAs will grow 37% by 2026, and NP demand will grow by 31% in that same time frame.

Now is a great time to consider moonlighting to supplement your regular income or make a full-time career out of working as a locum tenens advanced practice provider. Wapiti Medical Staffing has both short-term and long-term assignments available throughout the Midwest.

PA and NP OPPORTUNITIES AT MULTIPLE SITES

  • Emergency Department
  • Hospitalist
  • Nocturnist
  • Urgent Care
  • Clinic

Short-term positions or long-term, ongoing shifts. 13-week specialized assignments may be available. Work as a full- or part-time 1099 contractor. Wapiti provides assistance with supervisory and collaborative agreements. We also offer a lucrative referral bonus when you refer a friend/colleague. 

WHY CHOOSE WAPITI?

Wapiti has 25 years’ experience placing advanced practice providers in locum tenens positions throughout the Midwest.  At Wapiti, we recognize our strength is serving the healthcare needs of rural America.  Wapiti is a multi-year recipient of the Best of Staffing® Award, putting us in the top 2% of all staffing groups nationwide. At  Wapiti, we offer:

  Flexible scheduling to meet your needs.

  A-rated malpractice coverage during your Wapiti-scheduled shifts.

  In-house credentialing to simplify and ease paperwork for you.

  Travel assistance or mileage reimbursement provided for most opportunities.

  Trustworthy and friendly internal staff available 24/7 to assist you. 

 

Are You Ready For Exciting New Challenges?

Trust your career to Wapiti, the first name in healthcare staffing.

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