Title: CERTIFIED REGISTERED NURSE PRACTITIONER (CRNP)
Details: STATEMENT OF WORK FOR CONTRACTED Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner/General Medical I. SCOPE The contractor/Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner (CRNP) shall provide professional general medical/primary care services at Torrance State Hospital, Westmoreland County, and Torrance, PA 15779, as outlined in the specifications below. II. CONTRACTOR SERVICES/RESPONSIBILITIES The contractor/CRNP may be assigned to one (1) or more of the three (3) various units, the Regional Forensics Psychiatric Center (RFPC), Sexual Responsibility Treatment Program (SRTP) and/or the General Patient Population of the hospital (CIVIL) dependant on the job description to which they’ve been hired. Treatment hours may be split between patient wards within each unit of assignment to meet the needs of the hospital. The contractor/CRNP shall provide professional primary care medical services to the hospital thirty five (35) estimated hours per week. The contractor/CRNP shall work independently but under the supervision of the Chief of Medical Services or designated primary care physician. Contractor/CRNP will be required to work the amount of hours per week specified. Any reduction or increase in this amount of hours must be pre-approved by the CEO of the hospital, in advance. Contractor/CRNP will adhere to a routine monthly schedule with the dates and expected arrival time that services will be performed provided by hospital administration. Hours worked will be verified by a signing in/out system at a designated, monitored location determined by hospital administration. Generally hours of service will be provided between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday but hours and days can be adjusted to meet the hospital’s needs. If the contractor/CRNP wishes to take a week or more off, they will be expected to give a least a two (2) week notice to the Chief of Medical Services. The Contractor/CRNP will be required to maintain current certification in BLS Healthcare (CPR) and current approved crisis management training. General Medical/Primary Care tasks include but are not limited to: interviewing patients; performing history and physical evaluations; providing care and treatment, health maintenance and preventive services; reviewing patients' records, lab results, consultations and studies; writing medical orders, writing progress notes, identifying patient’s medical needs, managing medical emergencies, and facilitating transfer of patients to acute care hospitals for emergent and non-emergent medical treatment; providing direct active treatment services; meeting/speaking with families/significant others, consultations with other physicians and professionals, participation in treatment team meetings; providing medical treatment services and managing general medical disease states; holding treatment team meetings, preparing assessments, reports and forms (MA forms, SSI forms, etc.) in accordance with current regulations, as required for patients examined and consultations performed; other consultant functions which may arise in the performance of the contractor's service. The CRNP will be expected to fulfill his/her medical staff obligations by serving as a member of critical medical staff committees when requested/asked to serve.