Our vision centers around our patients and our team. While we strive to continuously improve the quality of our services based on research, education and input from our patients and employees, we also maintain our reputation as a teaching practice—setting the standards in our respective specialties. DermSurgery Associates employs a diversity of people who are highly trained, professional and share our values. We believe that we are different. The experience of our patients is our top priority. Our staff are caring, dedicated and trained to provide exceptional services in a compassionate and professional manner.
Make a difference to patients working with a superb Dermatologists and be a part of their teams!
We have an opening for a North Float Medical Assistant in our established, busy Dermatology group practice. The ideal candidate will have experience with dermatology and Mohs Surgery. This is a fun position that offers variety and challenge. EMR experience is a PLUS! If you have a strong work ethic, love working with people and are attentive to details, this might be a fit for you.
Our positions are Full Time and include Health, Dental and Vision coverage options, generous PTO earnings, a 401k for wage deferral, paid parking, paid holidays and a great working environment.
This is a Mon-Friday position. Send resume to Mail@dermsurgery.org
DermSurgery is always interested in speaking to potential qualified candidates, including BC Dermatologists, for employment opportunities. For more information on employment, please complete the form below and upload your resume. Physicians may submit CV’s directly to (713) 791-9927 (Fax).
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