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Advanced Practice Provider, Emergency/Urgent Care Medicine (PRN)
- Washington, Washington DC
- Job Type
- 19 May 2023
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The GW Medical Faculty Associates
We are committed to providing personalized, innovative, and high-quality care to improve the lives of our patients. We are an academic medical center dedicated to science, education, research, and the discovery of innovative approaches to wellness and healing.
Please note this is PRN ER/Urgent position. Typically has ER Urgent Care shifts as needed. 12-hour shifts, to include nights, holidays, and weekends
To perform, under the responsibility and supervision of physicians, clinical patient care service defined as data gathering, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, management of stable and chronic illnesses; and counseling. The Advanced Practice Provider will be credentialed according to the medical staff regulations. They will be under the supervision of an appropriately credentialed attending physician.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Other duties may be assigned.
Performs evaluation and problem identification of patients.
Performs history and physical examination of patients.
Writes prescriptions and orders, and interprets laboratory data and radiological tests.
Monitors patient status and response to treatments.
Documents findings in the medical record.
Recommends appropriate therapeutic interventions.
Interacts with consultants as appropriate.
Provides education and counseling for patients. Directs patient and/or family to agencies dealing with specific illnesses/diseases.
Orders appropriate therapeutic interventions.
Supervises NP, PA, health science, and medical students as appropriate.
NP: A Master's degree in nursing and completion of an approved course of study as a nurse practitioner.
PA: A Master's degree as a physician assistant and completion of an approved course of study as a physician assistant.
Current NCCPA certification and D.C. licensure as a Physician Assistant are necessary.
Current ANCC certification and D.C. licensure as an NP are necessary.
Previous experience is preferred. Strongly prefer 2-5 years of ER experience, however will consider a new grad with relevant ER rotations.
The ideal candidate will have procedural experience as well.