• ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSE PRN

    Location US-NJ-Camden
    Job ID
    42604
    Category
    Professionals
    Shift
    1
    Type
    Per Diem
    Department Name
    EMERG MED Urgent Care
  • Short Description

    Description:

    • A wonderful opportunity for an experienced Advanced Practice Nurse/Physician Assistant looking to serve patients in a busy urgent care setting.
    • Per Diem Commitment: Must commit to two weekend shifts in six weeks
    • Shift Type/Hours: Per diem, Monday-Friday 8a-8p, Weekends 9a-5p
    • Qualifications include a minimum of 2 years of experience as an APN or Physician Assistant in the urgent care or fast track ED setting.
    • Provide care to a variety of common urgent and non-urgent health conditions for all ages. Experience must include ability to independently perform common minor procedures including suturing, draining abscesses, interpreting x-rays, etc.
    • Ability to function autonomously, ability to assess acuity of patients, to diagnose and treat common minor illnesses/conditions such as URI, UTI, sprains and strains, back pain, lacerations, abscesses, acute pain conditions, etc.
    • Must be board certified and licensed to practice in the state of New Jersey

     

    Special Requirements

    Status: Per Diem

    Board Certification: Licensed as Family, Adult, Adult/Gerontology or Acute Care Advance Practice Nurse in New Jersey

    Degree Required: Master of Science in Nursing  

    Location: Cooper University Hospital, Camden, NJ

     

    Other Qualifications:

    • Demonstrates effective written and oral communication skills and interpersonal skills.
    • Prescriptive practice is based on the development of written joint protocols with the collaborating physician(s)
    • Received approval from the Nursing Credentialing Committee
    • These protocols are reviewed, updated and signed yearly.
    • Received approval from the Nurse Credentialing Committee

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