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National Medical Services is a recognized leader of Nurse Practitioner and Physician Assistant recruitment. With over 35 years of industry experience, our tenured recruitment team understands the unique needs of your organization. We are a full-service, dedicated permanent placement firm. We combine extensive individual experience with a nationwide database of “mid-level” professionals to offer you the widest selection of quality candidates to staff your organization. Our unique knowledge and understanding of the marketplace lends itself to solving the most difficult recruitment scenarios.

Our success is backed by a commitment to integrity and professionalism. Each client from rural clinics to the country’s largest hospital systems receives the same high level of expertise, service, and benefits from our seasoned consultants. With National Medical Services, you are guaranteed a thorough search and attentive, personalized services resulting in highly qualified professionals matching with your opportunity.

Most Recent Job Postings

We are seeking a Family Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant for a Family Practice in western Tennessee. Will consider experienced providers or strong new graduates (with meaningful previous patient care medical experience). Other providers on site. Anticipated patient load is 20 – 25 ppd. Schedule will be M – F, 8a – 5p. No call […]

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Experienced
Vermont
Posted 3 weeks ago

We are seeking a Nurse Practitioner (FNP or PNP) or Physician Assistant for a Pediatric Practice in northern Vermont. Will consider experienced providers only. No new graduates. Other providers on site. Practice will be routine pediatric care in an outpatient clinic setting. Anticipated patient load will be 15 – 18 ppd. Schedule will be M […]

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Experienced
Oregon
Posted 3 weeks ago

We are seeking a Family Nurse Practitioner for a Family Practice in southwestern Oregon. Will consider experienced providers only. No new graduates. Other providers on site. This is full scope primary care. Anticipated patient load will be M – F, 8a – 5p (4 – 8’s), day off will vary. No call and no weekends. […]

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Experienced
Oregon
Posted 3 weeks ago

We are seeking a Family Nurse Practitioner for a Family Practice on the coast of Oregon. Will consider experienced providers only. No new graduates. Other providers on site. This is full scope primary care. Anticipated patient load will be 15 – 20 ppd. Schedule will be M – F, 8a – 5p (4 – 8’s), […]

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Experienced
Vermont
Posted 4 weeks ago

We are seeking a Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner for an Orthopedic Practice in northern Vermont. Will consider experienced providers only. No new graduates. Other providers on site. Practice will be 4 days in clinic and 1 day in surgery. Practice does General Orthopedics and Sports Medicine as well as Spine. Anticipated patient load will […]

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Education Vs Work Experience on a Resume – What Comes First?

Education Vs Work Experience on a Resume – What Comes First?

Formatting and structure of your resume is the key to getting your resume noticed. No matter how good your resume looks if structured incorrectly, your resume may find itself in the “deleted items folder” Remember your resume needs to be in the top 5% for you to get the interview.

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