Midlevel PA/NP
Management & Training Corporation - Henderson, TX

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Management & Training Corporation (MTC) is a privately-held company that successfully operates Job Corps, corrections, medical, and international and domestic workforce development contracts. MTC has been serving disadvantaged populations for 30 years and employs nearly 10,000 workers. MTC Medical LLC was established in 2005 to provide comprehensive medical, dental, pharmaceutical and mental health care to offenders housed in correctional facilities.

East Texas Treatment Facility (ETTF), owned and operated by MTC, is the largest treatment facility within the State of Texas. Contracted with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, dedicated employees provide rehabilitation and educational services to support the successful community reintegration of offenders in the In-Prison DWI-Recovery, Substance Abuse Felony Punishment and Intermediate Sanction Treatment Programs. ETTF fosters the professional development of all emplyees by providing a phethora of training and advancement opportunities while maintaining a truley "Believe it or Not I Care" work atmosphere.

Reports administratively to the health services administrator and clinically to the physician. Responsible for providing nursing care of specific patients under the direction of a physician. Follows established nursing standards, procedures, and practices and gives specific patient care direction to nursing and other staff in compliance with MTC Medical and East Texas Treatment Facility directives.

External requirements

Graduation from an accredited program and current licensure in the State of Texas as a nurse practicioner or physician assistant required. All education related to the licensure is required. Any additional licenses or certification (i.e. DEA registration) required. Two (2) to five (5) years experience is recommended, preferably in the correctional environment or emergency medicine. Current CPR certification required. Valid driver's license in the State of Texas with an acceptable driving record required, unless waived by management.