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Job Title

FastCare Nurse Practitioner - Kalamazoo, MI

Job Description

Job Summary:

Bronson FastCare in Kalamazoo, MI is seeking NPs with at least 1 year of ambulatory outpatient, ED, or Urgent Care experience to work in an immediate care setting. Rotating schedule of days, evenings and weekends. Candidates will also have the opportunity to work in a variety of outpatient ambulatory family medicine and internal medicine practices where short-term coverage is needed.

To learn more about Bronson HealthCare Group and this opportunity visit www.bronsonhealth.com.  Kalamazoo, Michigan is the home of Western Michigan University, and is located within a two-hour drive of both Chicago and Detroit, with the Great Lakes just an hour away. Southwestern Michigan features a four-season climate, promoting biking, skiing, and numerous other sports and recreational activities year round.

How to apply:

Interested candidates please email CV to Hilary Wade at [email protected]

Contact Name

Hilary Wade

Contact Phone

269-341-7596

Contact email

[email protected]

Date posted

12/6/2018


 

Job Title

Advanced Practice Clinician (APC) - Battle Creek, MI

Job Description

Job Summary:

JOB NUMBER: HEA-11-002

JOB TITLE: Advanced Practice Clinician (APC)

Supervisor: Clinical Manager

Status: Exempt

Salary: Grade 11 - $102,824 annually

Close Date: December 4, 2018

The Advanced Practice Clinician of the NHBP Health Clinic supports the health and wellness of the team members of FireKeepers Casino & Hotel. The designated hours of operation require the Clinician to provide health care services by working 4 – ten hour work days with a possibility of working 3 – twelve hour work days in the near future. The health clinic’s operating hours includes holidays and possible rotating weekends.

POSITION SUMMARY:

Under the administrative supervision of the Clinical Manager and clinical guidance of the Medical Director, the Advanced Practice Clinician (APC) is responsible for the provision of health promotion, disease prevention, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment services within the Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi community, the employees of the NHBP government and all of its entities. The community is representative of a diverse medical population with a focus that ranges from family medicine, occupational health, and urgent care to internal medicine concerns for patients from infant to elder. As a member of a multidisciplinary team the APC will fulfill the mission and responsibilities of continuous quality improvement of medical care and will assist in achieving the strategic priorities of NHBP within the scope of responsibilities of the position.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

The Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi reserves the right to change, amend, add, delete and otherwise assign any and all duties, responsibilities, and positions titles as it deems necessary to meet the needs of the government. The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by individuals assigned to this position. They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all duties, responsibilities, and skills required of personnel so classified.

  • Assesses patient health by interviewing patients; performing physical examinations; obtaining, updating, and studying medical histories.
  • Orders, performs, and interprets diagnostic tests for screening and diagnosing, such as x-rays, electrocardiograms, and laboratory studies.
  • Performs therapeutic procedures by administering injections and immunizations; suturing; managing wounds and infections.
  • Documents patient care services by charting in patient and department records.
  • Complies with federal, state, and local legal and professional requirements by studying existing and new legislation; anticipating future legislation; enforcing adherence to requirements; advising management on needed actions.
  • Maintains professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies.
  • Develops plans of care in collaboration with the client/family and develops mutually accepted strategies for accomplishing health care goals.
  • Teaches and counsels patients and family on disease prevention and health maintenance techniques. Promotes responsible behavior and implements plans to further enhance patient/family understanding of medical problems.
  • Participates in multi-disciplinary team case management meetings.
  • Participates in the managed care workgroup meetings.
  • Attends billing and coding meetings as necessary, including E&M coding and visit documentation.
  • Collaborates with other health care professionals to develop treatment protocols, standards of practice and policies.
  • Participates in ongoing quality improvements activities, including audits, chart reviews, development of review criteria, development of plans for improving performance and evaluation of effectiveness of actions in improving performance.
  • Represents the NHBP clinics and staff in a positive manner, within the community.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

An applicant’s education, training and experience must be sufficient to demonstrate that the applicant possesses the ability to successfully perform each of the essential functions. The requirements listed below are generally representative of the education, experience, and skills and/or ability required to enable one to successfully perform the essential functions associated with this position:

  • Master’s Degree in Nursing, Nurse Practitioner, from an accredited school of nursing in Family or Internal Medicine.
  • Licensed to practice as a Nurse Practitioner in the State of Michigan with no actions currently pending investigation.
  • Certification by the American Nursing Credentialing Center to practice as a Nurse Practitioner.
  • Possess or will obtain after hire a federal DEA license.
  • The ability to work within a collaborative prescriptive agreement with a licensed medical physician and to work collaboratively with patients primary care providers.
  • Computer proficiency, including word processing, spreadsheets, email and internet.
  • The ability to chart and record patient health information and issues in an accepted format and time frame.
  • The capability to meet or exceed standards for regulations, such as HIPAA and Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care.
  • Demonstrated understanding of patient centered care service delivery.
  • Experience working with Tribal Governments; or within Native American Institutions
  • Ability to understand, gain knowledge and appreciate the differences with the Native American culture and customs.
  • Must maintain a valid driver's license with good driving record; GSA certifiable.
  • Must be able to travel.
  • Must be able to successfully pass a background check: must not have been found guilty of, or pled guilty or no contest to, any felony or misdemeanor offense under federal, state or tribal law involving crimes of violence, sexual assault, molestation, prostitution, or other crimes against persons, or offenses committed against children; must be able to successfully pass a drug screening by means of hair sample.
  • Ability to become CPR/First Aid certified as training becomes available.
  • Proven organizational and time-management skills; self-starter and self-directed; effective communication skills, both verbal and written.
  • Demonstrated ability to adherence to ethical codes and ability to maintain confidentiality, including a demonstrated understanding and application of HIPAA.
  • Excellent problem solving skills.
  • Ability to work cooperatively as part of a multi-disciplinary health care team.
  • Ability to work with constant interruptions and adjust schedule as needed or required.
  • Must be able to work flexible hours when necessary or as directed.
  • Ability to maintain good working relationships with tribal members, co-workers and the general public.
  • Professional demeanor and appearance.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Five years of experience as a Nurse Practitioner with experience in community health care, occupational health or urgent care and cultural diversity.
  • Two years’ experience medical care delivery within a Tribal Clinic.
  • Knowledge of Indian Health Services’ RPMS – Electronic Records System.
  • Pediatric Care Experience

SECURITY SENSITIVE:

This position contains information that is security sensitive and thereby subject to additional provisions. All information obtained will be protected under IHS/HIPAA policy rules and regulations.

INDIAN PREFERENCE:

Tribal preference will be applied in accordance with the NHBP Indian Preference in Employment Code which requires that preference in employment be afforded to NHBP members, spouse/parents of NHBP members and Native Americans who meet the minimum qualifications and can successfully perform the essential functions for the position.

How to apply:

Please visit https://www.nhbpi.org/careers-at-nhbp/

Contact Name

Sierra Pedley

Contact Phone

269-729-5151

Contact email

[email protected]

Date posted

11/21/2018


 

Job Title

Psychiatry Nurse Practitioner - Battle Creek, MI

Job Description

Job Summary:

Southwest Michigan Nurse Practitioner Psychiatry Opportunity Battle Creek, MI has an exciting full-time opportunity for a Nurse Practitioner with advance certification in Psychiatric care. Candidate will work in an Inpatient setting with adult units, work along-side a Psychiatrist, complete consultations and extend psychiatry coverage. The schedule will be 4 -10 hour day shifts.

The area, midway between Chicago and Detroit, is family friendly with excellent public and private schools, colleges, medical school and residency training. There is an abundance of activities that include, festivals, fine arts, and sporting opportunities, along with a vibrant downtown. A variety of theatre venues, symphony orchestra, institute of arts and a zoo enhance quality of life. Access to outdoor activities abound, including many public and private golf courses, numerous inland lakes, trails for biking, running and cross-country skiing, with beautiful Lake Michigan only a short drive away.

How to apply:

Interested candidates email CV to Hilary Wade at [email protected] or call 269-341-7596

Contact Name

Hilary Wade

Contact Phone

269-341-7596

Contact email

[email protected]

Date posted

11/15/2018


 

Job Title

Part-time NP - Grand Blanc, MI

Job Description

Job Summary:

Looking for an NP in a pediatric office in Grand Blanc, MI. Part time to start (3 days per week) also available for some coverage.  New graduates are welcome to apply.

How to apply:

Please send resumes to [email protected]

Contact Name

Genevieve Psenski

Contact Phone

810-625-4999

Contact email

[email protected]

Date posted

11/6/2018