ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSE II; The APRN II is a nurse prepared with graduate level nursing education and authorized to practice and prescribe as a Clinical Nurse Specialist or Certified Nurse Practitioner in collaboration with one or more physicians or podiatrists. Advanced clinical practice in nursing includes the following components: assessment of patient health status, diagnostic testing, diagnoses, development of treatment plans, implementation of treatment plans, follow-up and evaluation of the patient’s response to treatment, accurate documentation of the patient’s status, and patient advocacy. APRNs are clinical experts who design, implement and evaluate patient-specific and population-based programs of care and promote care through a variety of methods. APRNs function at all levels of the healthcare system within three sphere of influence: client, personnel, and organization. APRNs must have a collaborating physician(s) in an associated Standard Care Arrangement. The APRN II must spend 50% of hours worked utilizing prescriptive authority in their advanced clinical practice role.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS -- EDUCATION/CERTIFICATION(S): Master's Degree in Nursing Graduate from NP, CNS or midwife program Board certified APN • Certificate of Authority as NP, CNS or Midwife from OBN • Holds Certificate to Prescribe (or CTP-E) or obtained within 1 year of hire. • Specialty certification in area of expertise within one year of start date ; Registered Nurse .
EXPERIENCE: 3-4 years Clinical, in Nursing/Nursing practice in an acute or primary care setting .
SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE: Demonstrated expertise in area of clinical specialization.
DEPARTMENT SPECIFIC INFORMATION: Must hold Certificate to Prescribe. Adult Oncology experience preferred.
Part Time Position
Bi-Weekly Hours: 64
Weekend Commitment - No
Holiday Commitment - No
On-Call Commitment - No
Paygrade: T45 (Internal Use Only)
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