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Job Title

Experienced NP for Outpatient Family Medicine - Battle Creek, MI

Job Description

Job Summary:

Bronson Family Medicine Helmer in Battle Creek, MI is currently seeking an experienced NP to join their established family medicine practice. Candidate will work alongside three physicians and two APPs. This will be a hospital-employed, outpatient only position. The practice is open Mondays 7a-7p, T-F 7a-5p and Saturdays 8a-noon.

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 should contact Hilary Wade at [email protected] or 269-341-7596

Contact Name

Hilary Wade

Contact Phone

269-341-7596

Contact email

[email protected]

Date posted

10/12/2018


 

Job Title

Nurse Practitioner with Mental Health Certification - Detroit, MI

Job Description

Job Summary:

Travelers Aid Society of Metropolitan Detroit (TASMD) is a non-profit organization that provides permanent supportive housing and supportive services to individuals and families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. TASMD is seeking a Nurse Practitioner with mental health certification to treat clients who are suffering from a mental disorder and/or a co-occurring substance use disorder. This individual should be board certified and board eligible. This is a contractual position in our facility in Detroit, Michigan.

How to apply:

Please send resumes to Emily Dozier at [email protected]

Contact Name

Emily Dozier

Contact email

[email protected]

Date posted

10/3/2018


 

Job Title

NP for growing house call practice - Metro Detroit Area

Job Description

Job Summary:

Residential Physicians Association is seeking 3 Nurse Practitioners to join the "RPA CARES TEAM". NP will conduct monthly home visits to our new and current patients in their home or current residence. The assessment will cover a full medical history and medication review as well as a physical to capture a comprehensive picture of the patient's health status, including the supporting evidence for all medical conditions. "THE RPA CARES TEAM" excels at delivering high-touch, high-value assessment and care management services for its patients in a 5 county area. We are known for our successful in-home care and well established chronic care management team. We have provided in home and in facility personalized care for over 25 years and can use your help.

Responsibilities:

  • Driven to 10 plus appointments per day by our highly trained medical assistants in our company fleet cars.
  • Identifies opportunities for health promotion and illness prevention.
  • Complete all documentation from visit while traveling or on a timely basis.
  • Communicate clearly and timely with manager when a clinical escalation is found.
  • Document clinical escalations appropriately.

Qualifications:

  • Advanced practice degree and current Nurse Practitioner license in Michigan
  • Maintains current CPR certification
  • Nurse Practitioner Board certification preferred
  • Strong professional level of knowledge and comprehensive clinical assessment skills in the adult population and chronic disease management
  • Excellent computer skills - familiar with Microsoft Office and comfortable utilizing a laptop to document
  • Must be willing to multi task and deal with chronically ill patients who can often be difficult.

FULL TIME/ PART TIME POSITIONS AVAILABLE TO THOSE WHO QUALIFY. Potential TEL-MEDICINE medicine opportunities in the near future.

How to apply:

To join the RPA Care's Team, please send your resume to [email protected]. For an immediate interview at our office, call 248-520-7200. Office is located in Southfield, MI. Website: www.rpacares.com

Contact Name

Stuart Kay

Contact Phone

248-520-7200

Contact email

[email protected]

Date posted

10/2/2018


 

Job Title

NP for ENT Practice - Battle Creek/Kalamazoo, MI

Job Description

Job Summary:

Bronson Medical Group is seeking to add an Advanced Practice Provider to its’ ENT division, which presently consists of three board certified physicians and three advanced practice providers.  This is a full-service practice utilizing the latest technologies to treat a broad range of head and neck conditions in both adult and pediatric patients.  The practice is a regional referral center based in Kalamazoo with regional office and surgery at our community hospitals located 20 miles from the flagship hospital.

The APP will be working with pediatric and adult patients. In addition to, learning and preforming office procedures specific to ENT. This position will be split between the Battle Creek and Kalamazoo practice locations.

This is a full time position offering competitive compensation with comprehensive benefits. The compensation package includes: competitive salary, sign-on bonus, full comprehensive benefits, retirement plan, paid malpractice with tail, one week of CME/$3500K, and 30 days of PTO.

Bronson, a national leader in healthcare quality, is a tertiary and teaching hospital serving a ten-county population of one million in southwest Michigan and northern Indiana.  Bronson has been a verified Level I Trauma Center since 1989, the first and only Level 1 trauma Center in southwest Michigan.  Thanks to the efforts of more than 8,000 employees and our 1,000+ member medical staff, Bronson is ranked among the best healthcare organizations in the nation for quality, safety, service, and patient, provider and staff engagement.

The area, midway between Chicago and Detroit, is family friendly with excellent public and private schools, colleges (Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo College, Kalamazoo Valley community college), WMU Homer Stryker School of Medicine, and residency training programs.  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 may contact Cadace Morrow at [email protected] or 269-341-8631

Contact Name

Cadace Morrow

Contact Phone

269-341-8631

Contact email

[email protected]

Date posted

9/28/2018


 

Job Title

Inpatient Observation - Nurse Practitioner - Farmington Hills, MI

Job Description

Job Summary:

Shift: Midnights; Full time: 6pm-6am; The role of the Inpatient Nurse Practitioner is to work collaboratively with physicians, nurses, pharmacy, and leadership team to develop and implement the plan of care for patients under the direction of the attending physicians(s) and medical directors of Beaumont Health-Farmington Hills, and under the Administrative Supervision of Case Management with additional oversight by the Medical Director, Quality and Patient Safety on all patients that are not assigned to a teaching service. The nurse practitioner performs their functions based on education, personal experience, professional judgment, physician preference and institution policies. Based on the above functions, orders written by the nurse practitioner do not require countersignatures. Only H&Ps require co-signatures. The nurse practitioner will receive annual performance evaluations from the department supervisor, including periodic chart review, to ensure proper quality of care, competency and compliance to hospital rules and regulations.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES:

  1. Has the responsibility for non-teaching patients to process timely admissions, intermittent emergent and urgent issues, and discharge of observation and inpatients, as identified by nursing, case management, administration and treating physicians, in collaboration with the assigned attending physicians.
  2. Will receive reports and plans from admitting physicians, emergency physicians, and community based physicians, regarding the need and reason for patient admissions, and be responsible for initiating the agreed plan by writing orders and a transition note/progress note in the patient chart reflecting the plan.
  3. Communicate to the assigned attending physician any change in status of patients assigned to the attending physician, and initiating changes to the care plan as directed by the attending physician.
  4. Ensure quality of care through utilization of the nursing process, as well as collaboration with the health care team to improve patient outcomes, decrease hospital admissions/readmission as well ensure that evidence based guidelines are implemented on admission with the disease/condition targeted patients.
  5. Provide direct medical management to the Beaumont Health-Farmington Hills non-teaching inpatient and observation patient population including patient history, physical examination, ordering and interpreting tests, making diagnosis as indicated with collaborating physician, patient education and creating and carrying out treatment plans.
  6. Serve as the liaison person to coordinate both in-patient and out-patient service of patients not assigned to a non-teaching service. They will serve as a role model and resource consultant for nursing/medical staff/pharmacy staff and unit leadership.
  7. Review the plan of care with nursing staff and coordinate the educational and psychosocial needs of the patient and their families.
  8. Refer patients to physicians and other health care professionals as directed by the admitting attending physician.
  9. Develop a relationship with patients and families to partner in achieving their health care goals.
  10. Participate in professional organizations and continuing education; enhances the body of knowledge of nursing; participates in research and quality/performance improvement activities, and various committees as assigned.
  11. Collaborates with other health professionals to develop, evaluate and/or revise current medical policies and procedures.
  12. Other duties as specified by the clinically supervising physician(s), including administrative assignments, providing that appropriate training and education has been undertaken.

STANDARD QUALIFICATIONS:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential duties.

  1. Education/Training: Graduate of an approved Nurse Practitioner program
  2. Work Experience: Requires a minimum of 3-5 years staff experience in an acute care setting
  3. Membership: Preferred that the Nurse Practitioner has a membership in the appropriate specialty of practice and/or certification in that area.
  4. Certification, Licensure, Registration: Current unrestricted licensure to practice as a Nurse Practitioner in the state of Michigan
  5. Other Qualifications: Proficiency in a windows based environment and familiarity with database software. Demonstrates critical thinking, interpersonal skills, and technical competency. Able to document accurately the care provided. Ability to synthesize complex data into a meaningful diagnosis/treatment plan (critical thinking). Ability to communicate with multiple levels of caregivers. Ability to perform rapid decision making in crisis situations. Flexibility in hours/shifts
  6. Knowledge of legal implications of care and licensure restrictions. Medical terminology to write progress notes and dictate consults/discharge summaries
  7. Strong interpersonal skills, and proficient writing skills
  8. Evidence of continuing professional growth and education

How to apply:

To apply please visit our website at www.beaumont.org/careers and search for job number #30101918 You may also click here: https://www.healthcaresource.com/beaumonthealth/index.cfm?fuseaction=search.jobDetails&template=dsp_job_details.cfm&cJobId=100038262

Contact Name

Kevin Claxton

Contact Phone

248-471-8055

Contact email

[email protected]

Date posted

9/17/2018