- Masters degree is required
- ACLS required
- BCLS required
- Certification is required
- Registration is required
- Current state license is required
- Experience is required
In collaboration with supervising Pain Management physicians, performs duties to assist supervising physicians with a wide range of pain management services. As a licensed independent practitioner, the nurse practitioner participates as a team leader and member in the provision of health and medical care, interacting with professional colleagues to provide comprehensive care.
The Nurse Practitioner is a licensed independent practitioner who provides primary and/or specialty nursing and medical care in ambulatory, acute and long term care settings. The NP is a registered nurse with specialized advanced education and clinical competency to provide health and medical care to diverse populations. Masters, post master's or doctoral preparation is required for entry level practice. (AANP 2006)
Prior relevant pain management experience in an ambulatory or private physician office setting
Credentialed by the Medical Staff
Completion of a Masters' Degree in Nursing and an accredited Nurse Practitioner Program.
National certification required for Massachusetts licensure.
Recertification as required every five years
Massachusetts licensure as a Nurse Practitioner
Experience in related area.
Certification/License: As Above
BCLS and ACLS required
Current DEA Controlled Substance Registration Number from DPH
AANP - American Academy of Nurse Practitioners
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