- Masters degree is required
- BCLS required
- Certification is required
- Registration is required
- Current state license is required
- Customer Service skills are required
- Experience is required
Responsible for managing health care problems encountered by the client, accountable for health and cost outcomes. This includes but is not limited to, health assessment, health management, diagnoses of health and developmental problems, the ordering and interpretation of laboratory results and the ordering of therapeutics which includes ordering and/or writing for prescription medications, in all settings for patients including, but not limited to adolescents, adults and geriatrics of both sexes. In the direct role as the health care provider, he/she assesses, diagnoses, plans, intervenes, and evaluates client care in collaboration with the Practice Physician(s). In the indirect role as a member of the health care team, he/she is responsible for participating in the education of other health care providers, quality assurance/improvement and peer review. Alternating Saturdays with a pool of providers.
Education/Experience: Graduate of an accredited school of Nursing; previous Nurse Practitioner experience in a Physician office setting preferred. Masters Degree from a college or university program preparing nurses as Nurse Practitioners.
Certification/License: Current Massachusetts state licensure to practice as a professional nurse. BCLS certification. Authorization from the Board of Registration in Nursing to practice in the expanded role. Current certification as a NP from the American Nurses Credential Center of the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Current US Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) controlled substance registration number from the Department of Public Health.
Beverly Hospital - 10 months ago