The NP/PA will work in collaboration with hospitalists, private physicians, consultants, case management, and nursing staff providing appropriate and timely care to include an admission history and physical, formulation and implementation of a plan of care, and discharge or transfer within 1-2 days.
Clinical decision making in collaboration with physicians and daily prioritization of activities.
May supervise and/or coordinate the activities of other medical and support staff as it relates to patient care.
Searching for an individual who has experience in education and training which provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities would be acceptable, subject to any legal and/or regulatory requirements.
Provide clinical expertise within the Palliative Medicine and Comprehensive Care (PMCC) team to improve patient care throughout the hospital for patients with complex illness and patients approaching end-of-life illnesses.
The PA will support the newly aligned Acute Care Surgery Service. The PA will also be responsible for performing high-quality clinical practices and effective patient management, under physician supervision, in accordance with state regulations, including primary and secondary specialty care in clinical and/or surgical practice settings.