In this role, you will be responsible for direct patient care, documentation of care delivered, adherence to hospital and nursing policies, procedures and practice standards, education of patients and staff, assurance of service excellence, completion of state and hospital required reviews of practice and participation in performance and quality improvement and other activities as required.
The Nurse Practitioner influences the quality and delivery of care in various roles including consultant, researcher, mentor, and practitioner. This role may be unit, program, or service based and is involved in continuous quality improvement initiatives.
In this role, you will demonstrate clinical competence, superior verbal and written communication skills, interpersonal effectiveness and customer relation skills, computer competence and must have an active desire to learn.
The selected candidate will works independently, collaborating with onsite medical faculty as needed. Must have proven advanced practice skills, be clinically competent, and be able to work well in a team environment.
In this role, you will be responsible for Patients with chronic nerve injury pain due to spinal disease, peripheral nerve trauma, trigeminal neuralgia, and neuropathies are the focus of this rapidly growing collaboration with leading institutions across the region.
In this role, you will provide direct patient care and comprehensive care transition management between hospital, home, and the PCMH, with an emphasis on health promotion and education in the Primary Care setting.