Responsibilities - CUMC Small Patients, Huge Advances: Pediatric Nurses Make It Possible Ranked #7 in the nation, #1 in New York City in the U.S. News & World Report “America’s Top Hospitals” survey. Transform your career as nurse within the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at NewYork-Presbyterian/Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital– ranked as the best tri-state area hospital by U.S. News and World Report.
Over fifty years ago, NYP specialists created the APGAR score for newborn evaluation. Today, we’re among the nation’s best for pediatric care, and a Regional Perinatal Network hub. We care for the tiniest, most critically ill patients – relying on our dedicated nurses' expertise. Join us.
Work closely with world-respected neonatologists, nurses and scientists. Help deliver statistically Amazing outcomes. Educate colleagues and Ivy League students, and discover your chance to thrive on the highest level. The Nurse Practitioner is responsible for the management of care to a specified group of patients.
This is a 12 hour rotating shift position at NewYork-Presbyterian / Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital. Master’s Degree in Nursing or completed alternative certification requirements for graduates of nurse practitioner programs prior to April 1, 1989, BSN and/or MSN preferred. Current New York State Registered Nurse License required. Current New York State License required as Nurse Practitioner in area of practice required.
National Certification as a Nurse Practitioner in the specialty of practice preferred. Basic Life Support Certification for all Nurse Practitioners who provide direct patient care required. At least one year experience in the NICU is required. Equal Employment Opportunity NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer.
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