In this role, you will provide consistent, high-quality care to patients and residents. Gps providers serve as clinical care partners to the entire genesis care team at genesis skilled nursing and assisted living facilities.
The Palliative Care Nurse Practitioner (PCNP) serves as a key member of the palliative care team and is responsible for expert clinical practice and decision-making based on expert knowledge in the assessment, diagnosis, planning, and management of complex human responses to life-limiting, serious illness.
Involves participation in the Divisions Quality Improvement (QI) initiatives and Unit-Based Clinical Leadership (UBCL). Opportunities for professional growth and development are available through research, lecturing, publications and involvement in department and hospital projects and committees.
Work two evenings per week and participate in the practices saturday rotation. There is no on call requirement for this position. The new hire will see return/sick visits, in addition to developing their own patient panel.
The Nurse Practitioner works collaboratively within a multidisciplinary health team and is responsible for providing and coordinating comprehensive and age appropriate care to both well and ill patients at the Sibley Medical Oncology at United Medical Center (UMC).
Works with hospitalists, nursing leadership, and Medical Oncology Director on in-patient oncology services serving as the clinical resource for admitted patients from the Kimmel Medical Oncology clinic. Monitors quality of oncology care across the in-patient-out-patient continuum.
Utilize independent judgment in the assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, and provision of ongoing care to ambulatory patients that is in accordance with nurse practitioner licensure regulations for the Commonwealth of Virginia and delineated in the written Scope of Practice/Protocol for Nurse Practitioner.
Utilize independent judgment in the assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, and provision of ongoing care to ambulatory patients that is in accordance with nurse practitioner licensure regulations and delineated in the written Scope of Practice/Protocol for Nurse Practitioner.
The CRNP / PA will collaborate with the physician in providing safe care with optimal outcomes for the patient and must have the necessary knowledge, skills, and judgment specific to clinical practice.