Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Physicians Assistant (PA) conduct physical and occupational assessments, perform and interpret diagnostic tests, diagnose and treat common conditions, provide screenings, interventions, counseling, and prescribe medications as needed to patients.
Provide accurate assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of common family illnesses for patients over 18 months. Help patients manage their well-being with vaccinations and patient education.
Ensure patient information, visit history, refer outs, lab follow-up, phone calls, and consults are carefully and completely documented in our EMR system.
Daily use of computer, software programs (EMR), printer, and scanner.
Current New York State License to practice as Nurse Practitioner or Physicians Assistant.
Effective verbal, written, and electronic communication skills.
Outstanding organization skills and ability to multi-task Initiative, creativity, problem-solving ability, adaptability, and flexibility. Ability to work without direct supervision and practice autonomously.
Ability to collaborate with professional colleagues as necessary to provide quality care.
Ability to consistently present a friendly, welcoming, and professional public-facing appearance
Work 12 hour shifts on a rotating schedule.
Indeed - 2 years ago
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