Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant, Transplant Surgery
University of Maryland Medical Center is seeking an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Physician Assistant (PA) with a desire to join our premier multidisciplinary team in the Transplant/Liver Center Program - Inpatient (Abdominal Organ Transplant Service). The Acute Care NP or PA performs examination, evaluation, assessment and interpretation of clinical data to provide care to patients requiring a kidney, pancreas or liver transplantation as well as patients with liver disease. Professional practice is in conjunction with a multidisciplinary team and transplant surgeons. Our world renowned Division of Transplant serves as a referral center for patients in Maryland and beyond.
The successful candidate will have completed a Nurse Practitioner program at the Masters level, with Acute Care NP certification. Eligibility for Maryland licensure, and prior NP or Nursing experience in adult critical care setting including emergency room is also preferred.
PA candidates should have completed an accredited program at the Masters level, and be eligible for Maryland licensure. The ideal candidate should have a minimum of two (2) years experience in a critical care setting.
We offer a comprehensive compensation package including generous relocation, and continuing education support and more! Located in downtown Baltimore near the Inner Harbor and Camden Yards, you won't find a more vibrant place to work!
University of Maryland Medical Center, a Magnet-designated facility Advancing the practice of nursing, everyday.
A Master of Science degree, with completion of an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program with ICU or ED experience. Registered and currently recorded with the Maryland Board of Nursing, and certified as a Nurse Practitioner in the area of specialization. A minimum of one year experience as a Registered Nurse is required.
Physician Assistant needs at least two year of experience preferred.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.