One of the premier healthcare institutions in the world, NYU Medical Center combines the impressive resources of Tisch Hospital, the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, and New York University School of Medicine. All our facilities share a dedication to three core values: quality education, research, and patient care. To uphold these values, our employees strive to expand their skills and expertise along every step in their career.
Some of the best minds in healthcare, a worldwide reputation for excellence, outstanding resources and a talented staff come together at Tisch Hospital and the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine, the two teaching hospitals affiliated with the NYU School of Medicine. Together, were the 800+ bed strong NYU Hospitals Center; an institution consistently cited as one of Americas Best Hospitals by U.S. News & World Report. We are revolutionizing both medical research and patient care; as well as healthcare careers. At NYU School of Medicine, our three-fold mission is to train new physicians, increase medical knowledge and care for our patients. Since our Schools inception, this mission has been the cornerstone of everything weve achieved, advancing healthcare on a scale which places us among the nation's most prestigious and important healthcare research centers.
Whether you wish to pursue a position in direct patient care or in another area such as management, finance, information technology, research, or administrative support within a healthcare environment, NYU Medical Center can offer you the resources, recognition, learning, and rewards that you need to perform at your very best. In short, this is where your future begins.
Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
12-hour rotating shifts
You will be responsible for providing care to critically ill neonates including the performance of physical assessments, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures and initiating consultations. Additionally, you will be involved in neonatal transport and delivery room coverage.
Requirements include a BSN and MSN, completion of an NY State approved Practitioner Program, prescriptive privileges and possession of or eligibility for NNP Certification. A minimum of three years nursing practice in the NICU required.
We require applications to be completed online at www.apply.nyumc.org
HEALTHeCAREERS Network - 3 years ago