Memorial Hermann-GoHealth Urgent Care - Houston

Houston, TX

Inpatient and outpatient

Job Highlights

  • High Earning Potential
  • Flexible Schedule
  • No Call Required
  • Urgent Care - Houston - Memorial Hermann-GoHealth Urgent Care

    Full Time Physician Assistant Opportunity


    • Daily Volume Bonus paid monthly based on patient visit metrics met per shift (to reward those who work at the busier centers).
    • Quarterly Bonus of up to 10% of your clinical base salary, based upon customer satisfaction scores, productivity and quality measures. Memorial Hermann, one of the nation's leading health care providers, and GoHealth Urgent Care, an on-demand consumer-centric care company, announced a new partnership to operate urgent care centers across the Greater Houston area.

    We are seeking experienced Physician Assistants, with adult and pediatric experience, to join our welcoming and diverse community of providers. 

    MEMORIAL HERMANN-GOHEALTH URGENT CARE IS A DIFFERENT KIND OF PRACTICE: - Partnering with Memorial Hermann allows us to reach beyond the episodic patient treatment of traditional urgent care. - Our state-of-the-art centers are beautiful, patient-friendly and equipped with imaging, labs and an advanced EMR. - Our patient satisfaction scores validate our focus on the quality of care.


    • An on-site staff of Rad Techs and Medical Assistants who assist you by taking vitals, reviewing medications, applying splints and administering meds and vaccines.
    • Flexible scheduling options: a larger pool of providers makes it easier to trade or pick up extra shifts.
    • Competitive compensation and comprehensive benefits package including 401(k), PTO and CME all through Memorial Hermann.
    • Professional support from one of the nation's fastest-growing urgent care networks.


    • At least one-year recent full time experience in an Urgent Care or Emergency Department
    • Experience treating both pediatric and adult patient populations (all ages) required.
    • Comfortable with minor procedures (sutures, casts, splints, etc.), and preliminary reads with EKGs and X-rays required.

    Posted June 9, 2022