Department:OH1CS_97300_000 Sbl - Palliative Care
Expected Weekly Hours:40
Position Purpose:At Mount Carmel, we’re committed to making a meaningful difference in the lives of our patients and communities. Our colleagues – people like you – share our passion for always going above and beyond to provide the highest standards of care.
Our providers are proud to go the extra mile. This dedication to doing what’s right – and working together to make it all happen for our patients – is what truly sets Mount Carmel apart. Our Clinical Support teams ensure that success every day, and Mount Carmel ensures they have the resources and opportunities to succeed.
Job Description Details:
This opportunity is Full-time. Excellent compensation, benefits and CME stipend. You would be a part of a well-established hospital based palliative care program.
- Manages the care and treatment of patients as indicated in the professional scope of practice and within current standards and protocols.
- Develops a comprehensive plan of care with the patient/family consistent with established guidelines
- Practices within the guidelines of a Standard Care Arrangement with a collaborating physician.
- Initiates and leads performance improvement activities with a focus on achieving top quartile on clinical indicators.
- Education: Masters required in Science, Nursing or specialty field. Graduate of Advanced Practitioner Program.
- Clinical experience in hospice/palliative care is required.
- Current License as RN in Ohio. Certified as Advance Practice Nurse in designated specialty. Holds current license as APRN from the Ohio Board of Nursing.
- DEA license
- Strong clinical assessment and analytical skills
- Self-directed professional with strong organizational skills
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