Physician Assistant

NeuPath Health London, ON

Job description


We are Canada’s leading healthcare provider, delivering category-leading treatment for chronic pain, as well as spinal injuries, sports-related injuries, and concussions. We are a public company that owns 13 clinics across Canada dedicated to providing holistic treatment plans leveraging technology, data-driven insights, and delivering interdisciplinary care. At NeuPath, we are focused on empowering people to live their best lives. Our leadership team is forward-thinking, with an entrepreneurial spirit and a commitment to education and development.


Reporting to the Regional Manager, the Physician Assistant provides professional assessments to referred patients, determining their healthcare needs, and ensuring they receive the services and care they need while confirming adherence to company policies and procedures, standards, and practices.


  • Competitive salary
  • Great work-life balance and flexibility
  • Comprehensive benefits program with health care & wellness spending accounts
  • GRSP matching
  • Development opportunities and ongoing training
  • Tuition reimbursement


  • Provide professional support and services under the direct or indirect supervision of a physician.
  • In collaboration with patients and physicians, assess care needs, determine eligibility for services, and develop individual care and service plans.
  • Documenting patient care and compliance with quality standards.
  • Ordering and interpreting patient test results.
  • Develop rapport with patients and their families.
  • Balance patient needs and choices with available resources, ensuring patients’ values and preferences are respected.
  • Be honest and ethical and always hold the highest standard of clinical quality care, including goal setting and outcome measurement for each patient.
  • Work collaboratively as a team with other on-site clinicians.
  • Communicate on each patient with referral source (e.g., initial assessment/ progress/discharge report, phone calls.)
  • Perform administrative duties as required.


  • Graduate of an accredited PA training program or equivalent
  • Certification (CCPA or PA-C) or eligible for certification through the PA Certification Council of Canada (PACCC) or United States (NCCPA), or equivalent.
  • A current BLS certification
  • Up-to-date Professional Liability Insurance.
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