Advanced Practice Registered Nurses / Physician Assistants
Due to expansion and growth, Tower Health is hiring Neonatology Advanced Practitioner’s for Phoenixville and Pottstown Hospitals.
Full Time, Part Time is available.
The talented incoming Neonatology providers will join our team to achieve our goal to provide 24/7, comprehensive community based with tertiary care access, neonatology services including transport for Tower Health Facilities and other regional facilities.
Overall, our teams support busy, high volume, high quality OB services.
Shifts: 7a-7p; 7p-7a; Rotating nights available.
One Day Shift Physician will be in house; Night Shift Physician will be on call.
Experienced and New Graduates with Neonatal Training will be considered.
Phoenixville Hospital – Phoenixville PA
Phoenixville Hospital is located just 30 minutes outside of Philadelphia in southern Chester County.
6 bed level 2 NICU nursery and inpatient pediatrics
Pottstown Hospital – Pottstown PA
Pottstown Hospital is located less than an hour from Philadelphia in historic, charming Montgomery County.
Level 1 Nursery/Special Care Nursery
Certified Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
PALS and NRP Certification
Internal Number: Phoenixville Pottstown
About Tower Health
Tower Health is a seven-hospital regional healthcare system in Southeast Pennsylvania with 100+ ambulatory practices and 20+ urgent care facilities.
Tower Health serves a population of 2.5 million people across four counties with the flagship, Reading Hospital, being the largest hospital between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.
Drexel University College of Medicine and Tower Health have partnered to establish a new four-year medical school campus in West Reading, near Reading Hospital, opening in 2021.
This partnership will also be assuming ownership of St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in North Philadelphia.
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