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So much turnover! As a patient I love the concept of needed in home care, but GOOD God! Every NP had what they believed were revolutionary new ideas of how to manage care. 8 providers in 2 years. Enough said.


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The NP position is unlike any traditional office based job. It requires an inherent passion to care and improve the lives of the frail, elderly population. It involves going into sometimes smoky, dirty and cluttered homes. Furthermore, you must be able to collaborate/multi-task with an EMR system, Patient Care Coordinators, Home Health Nurses, Pharmacists and Physicians, to name a few, all the while remaining compliant and HIPPA sensitive. It clearly takes a highly educated, clinically skilled and impassioned individual to be successful in this position. The executive team is acutely aware of the challenges of the position and continuously goes to extraordinary lengths to make the position the best job an NP can ever have.

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Nurse Practitioners are paid on a per visit basis. There is paid vacation, health insurance partially paid by employer, 401K, mileage reimbursement, health club membership and other benefits as well.

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The interviewing process is thorough and informative. It involves an entire day of shadowing another NP in a true life/day situation. All the particulars and expectations of the position are laid out in front of you so you know exactly what you'll be doing from day one. This is in addition to two thirty minute interviews with the Director of Human Resources and an APRN Supervisor...either the Chief Clinical Operations Officer, Senior Director, Clinical Quality and Behavioral Health Services or the Regional Director of Clinical Services.

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