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Company: The State of New Hampshire
Location: Concord
Posted on: February 23, 2021

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We'll email you new jobs that match this search Back to Job Listing NURSE PRACTITIONER (APRN) PT - #TMPPT5633 (Job ID: 19142) State of New Hampshire Job Posting Department of Health & Human Services New Hampshire Hospital 36 Clinton Street, Concord NH 03301 NURSE PRACTITIONER (APRN)
Position #TMPPT5633 Part-Time, 1st Shift Labor Grade 28 Direct Care $.50/hr Plus a 15% Enhancement The State of New Hampshire, Department of Health and Human Services, New Hampshire Hospital has a part time vacancy for a Nurse Practitioner (APRN). Summary: Under the direction of the Director of Patient Care Services, the Administrative Director of Medical and Psychiatric Services and the clinical direction of the Medical Director/Chief Medical Officer, works collaboratively with the health care team to provide comprehensive diagnostic medical services and examinations. Develops and implements individualized patient care and treatment within a specific scope of practice. Independently prescribes pharmacologic drugs authorized by RSA 326-B:10a. Responsibilities: Functions as the primary clinician/practitioner for a select group of patients through application of scientific knowledge and current standards of care in the assessment patient medical /family needs, diagnosis, applicable treatment planning (to achieve both short and long term patient outcomes) and management of patient medical problems. Provides skilled specialty services of: medical assessment; psychotherapy with individuals, couples, families, groups; prescription, administration and monitoring of medications and their effects; and coordination of care with interdisciplinary and interagency treatment teams as well as family members. Acts as a resource to all members of the health care team by: establishment of appropriate care standards necessary to achieve optimal patient outcomes; assessment, development and implementation of a plan to meet learning needs relevant to the care standards; and evaluation of progress/achievement of care standards. In collaboration with others, assess the learning needs of specific patient populations and develops patient/family educational tools, classes or programs. Ensures that both practice and professional standards are identified and maintained in the delivery of patient care and that mutually determined patient outcomes are achieved. Address diverse patient care situations in a manner, which reflects integration and analysis of data, directing and coordinating all aspects of patient, care management. Maintains accountability for own professional growth through continuing education and other scholarly efforts. Promotes excellence in patient care while supporting and facilitating professional growth and development and upholding standards of professionalism. Assumes administrative and/or clinical responsibility for achieving facility and patient objectives. Maintains accountability for own professional growth through continuing education and other scholarly efforts. Provides direct care to patients whose behavior may be unpredictably violent or otherwise physically or psychologically disagreeable or dangerous. Maintains compliance with established hospital and departmental safety policies and procedures by: -maintaining competency in hospital approved Crisis Management Program (CMP) and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) techniques for adults, infants, children and AED training. -observing, monitoring and evaluating delivery of patient care being rendered, reviewing patient records. Supervisors Workplace Safety Accountabilities Ensures compliance with established hospital and departmental safety policies and procedures by: -- Conducting periodic (minimum quarterly basis) on site reviews; -- Completing competency based review, when applicable; -- Providing on the spot reinforcement/training on safety issues; referring staff to formal training programs, as appropriate and; -- Recording safety related initiatives for annual reporting. * Total Commitment to Quality * Supports the organizational mission, philosophy, goals, and objectives as demonstrated by a positive leadership presence in unit based, departmental, hospital wide, or in public meetings/committees. * Contributes to the process of continuous quality improvement by supporting unit-based, interdepartmental and hospital-wide quality improvement activities. Demonstrates commitment to customer service value in professional conduct and by promoting such values in assigned staff. Minimum Qualifications: Education: Master's degree from a recognized college, institute or university with major study in nursing, and graduation from an advanced practice registered nurse program that meets qualifications established by the Board of Nursing Examiners for the specialty of Medical Nursing or Psychiatric Nursing. Experience: One year of experience as an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) in the field of Medical Nursing or Psychiatric Nursing. License/Certification: Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) license issued by the New Hampshire Board of Nursing. Current Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) certification. DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: The supplemental job description lists typical examples of work and is not intended to include every job duty and responsibility specific to a position. An employee may be required to perform other related duties not listed on the supplemental job description provided that such duties are characteristic of that classification. For further information please contact Rosemary Costanzo, Director of Nursing, Rosemary.Costanzo@DHHS.NH.GOV and (603) 271-5789. EOE TDD Access: Relay NH 1-800-735-2964 Back to Job Listing Job Summary
Position NURSE PRACTITIONER (APRN) PT - #TMPPT5633 Category PROFESSIONAL & MANAGERIAL Employment Type Post Date 12/23/2020 Salary USD 35.660-51.040 Close Date Location US:NH:CONCORD
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NURSE PRACTITIONER (APRN) PT - #TMPPT5633 (Job ID: 19142) State of New Hampshire Job Posting Department of Health & Human Services New Hampshire Hospital 36 Clinton Street, Concord NH 03301 NURSE PRACTITIONER (APRN)
Position #TMPPT5633 Part-Time, 1st Shift Labor Grade 28 Direct Care $.50/hr Plus a 15% Enhancement The State of New Hampshire, Department of Health and Human Services, New Hampshire Hospital has a part time vacancy for a Nurse Practitioner (APRN). Summary: Under the direction of the Director of Patient Care Services, the Administrative Director of Medical and Psychiatric Services and the clinical direction of the Medical Director/Chief Medical Officer, works collaboratively with the health care team to provide comprehensive diagnostic medical services and examinations. Develops and implements individualized patient care and treatment within a specific scope of practice. Independently prescribes pharmacologic drugs authorized by RSA 326-B:10a. Responsibilities: Functions as the primary clinician/practitioner for a select group of patients through application of scientific knowledge and current standards of care in the assessment patient medical /family needs, diagnosis, applicable treatment planning (to achieve both short and long term patient outcomes) and management of patient medical problems. Provides skilled specialty services of: medical assessment; psychotherapy with individuals, couples, families, groups; prescription, administration and monitoring of medications and their effects; and coordination of care with interdisciplinary and interagency treatment teams as well as family members. Acts as a resource to all members of the health care team by: establishment of appropriate care standards necessary to achieve optimal patient outcomes; assessment, development and implementation of a plan to meet learning needs relevant to the care standards; and evaluation of progress/achievement of care standards. In collaboration with others, assess the learning needs of specific patient populations and develops patient/family educational tools, classes or programs. Ensures that both practice and professional standards are identified and maintained in the delivery of patient care and that mutually determined patient outcomes are achieved. Address diverse patient care situations in a manner, which reflects integration and analysis of data, directing and coordinating all aspects of patient, care management. Maintains accountability for own professional growth through continuing education and other scholarly efforts. Promotes excellence in patient care while supporting and facilitating professional growth and development and upholding standards of professionalism. Assumes administrative and/or clinical responsibility for achieving facility and patient objectives. Maintains accountability for own professional growth through continuing education and other scholarly efforts. Provides direct care to patients whose behavior may be unpredictably violent or otherwise physically or psychologically disagreeable or dangerous. Maintains compliance with established hospital and departmental safety policies and procedures by: -maintaining competency in hospital approved Crisis Management Program (CMP) and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) techniques for adults, infants, children and AED training. -observing, monitoring and evaluating delivery of patient care being rendered, reviewing patient records. Supervisors Workplace Safety Accountabilities Ensures compliance with established hospital and departmental safety policies and procedures by: -- Conducting periodic (minimum quarterly basis) on site reviews; -- Completing competency based review, when applicable; -- Providing on the spot reinforcement/training on safety issues; referring staff to formal training programs, as appropriate and; -- Recording safety related initiatives for annual reporting. * Total Commitment to Quality * Supports the organizational mission, philosophy, goals, and objectives as demonstrated by a positive leadership presence in unit based, departmental, hospital wide, or in public meetings/committees. * Contributes to the process of continuous quality improvement by supporting unit-based, interdepartmental and hospital-wide quality improvement activities. Demonstrates commitment to customer service value in professional conduct and by promoting such values in assigned staff. Minimum Qualifications: Education: Master's degree from a recognized college, institute or university with major study in nursing, and graduation from an advanced practice registered nurse program that meets qualifications established by the Board of Nursing Examiners for the specialty of Medical Nursing or Psychiatric Nursing. Experience: One year of experience as an advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) in the field of Medical Nursing or Psychiatric Nursing. License/Certification: Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) license issued by the New Hampshire Board of Nursing. Current Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) certification. DISCLAIMER STATEMENT: The supplemental job description lists typical examples of work and is not intended to include every job duty and responsibility specific to a position. An employee may be required to perform other related duties not listed on the supplemental job description provided that such duties are characteristic of that classification. For further information please contact Rosemary Costanzo, Director of Nursing, Rosemary.Costanzo@DHHS.NH.GOV and (603) 271-5789. EOE TDD Access: Relay NH 1-800-735-2964
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