Hope Orthopedics of Oregon is not only the ideal place for patients, it’s a great place to work. At Hope Orthopedics of Oregon, you'll work in a first-rate orthopedic practice with experienced medical professionals, many of whom are certified in their respective fields (all of our physicians are board certified).
We offer a competitive benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, disability and retirement.
Cast & Brace Technician
Our cast and brace technicians provide quality orthopedic care to our patients assuring the physician’s plan of care is met. Our technicians apply, remove and assess the need for change of all types of orthopedic casts and brace immobilization devices. They educate our patients and families regarding the wearing and care of orthopedic devices and serve as a resource to them throughout their care. Duties also include maintaining the patient care environment.
Certified Athletic Trainer
Hope Orthopedics of Oregon is recruiting for a part-time Certified Athletic Trainers to provide services in the high schools of the Salem-Keizer School District and in outreach settings. Our Certified Athletic Trainers are the primary and often sole caregiver providing superior rehabilitative care to injured high school athletes. Duties include prevention, evaluation, documentation, education, immediate care, referrals, coordination of care of athletic injuries and communicating with coaches, athletes and their parents
We seek an energetic, dynamic clinic director to provide day-to-day leadership and oversight of clinic operations. Our director works to meet the clinical needs of our physician-owners to boost efficient and economical performance while delivering high-quality patient services.
Our medical assistants provide excellent patient care specialized for our orthopedic patients while assisting Physicians and Physician Assistants/Nurse Practitioners. Our medical assistants manage a variety of patient care, clerical, environmental, and organizational tasks associated with providing exceptional patient-centered care. Our medical assistants are credentialed and responsible for accurate and timely documentation in the electronic health record. Other duties may include performing wound care, dressing/cast removal, sterilization of instruments, assisting with appointment and surgery scheduling.
Physician Assistant (Urgent Care)
Hope Orthopedics seeks a PA-C for our urgent care clinic. This position spends four 10-hour days treating orthopedic urgent care patients in clinic. Our urgent care PAs enjoy no call, 3 weeks of vacation annually, up to 2 weeks sick leave, additional education days and fees as well as paid annual membership in AAPA. Must have or be able to obtain valid Physician Assistant license in the State of Oregon and have prior orthopedic experience. Preference for prior urgent care or emergency medicine experience.
It’s time to bring your talents forward and be part of a unique team of orthopedic specialists. We are looking for a physical therapist interested in practicing in a progressive orthopedic clinic with a commitment to excellence. At Hope Orthopedics of Oregon, physical therapists practice shoulder to shoulder with physicians, physician assistants, certified hand therapists, and athletic trainers in a supportive mutually respective environment.