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We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a Nurse Practitioner-Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
In this role, the successful candidate will be responsible for the provision, coordination, and assurance of comprehensive advanced practice nursing care using the nursing process and pertinent standards of care, the diagnosis of illness and physical conditions, and performance of therapeutic, corrective, and prescriptive measures for the in-patient population within a collaborative practice agreement established with a physician privileged to practice at NYU Langone Hospital-Brooklyn.
- Considers the needs and behaviors of specific patient age and cultural groups in all patient care.
- Acts as a professional role model to all levels of staff by incorporating expertise and related experience into all aspects of patient care.
- Practices as a member of the allied health staff according to the rules and regulations of the Medical Staff and bylaws as outlined in the delineation of privileges.
- Implements palliative and end of life care in collaboration with the family, patient (when possible), and other members of the multidisciplinary health care team.
- Facilitates the patients transition between health care settings, by maintaining the continuum of services, e.g. home care, other facilities, appointments with MDs etc.
- Educates patient and family to facilitate and promote healthy adjustment to new or changed health patterns.
- Prescribes medical equipment, devices, physical and occupational therapy, and home health services per practice protocol.
- Prescribes in-patient and discharge medications according to New York State law, including controlled substances with DEA authorization.
- Assesses for multiple interactive and synergistic effects of pharmacologic agents, including over-the-counter (OTC) preparations and alternative and complementary therapies, in the patients with complex, acute, critical, and chronic illnesses.
- Works collaboratively with the attending physician, consulting physician(s), and other disciplines to identify, develop, and implement an appropriate plan of care that maximizes individual patient/family preference and enhances quality, access, and cost-effective outcomes.
- Evaluates treatment and health care plans for effectiveness and modifies plan per clinical standards and practice protocols.
- Formulates the plan of care, along with the attending physician, patient and family, based on expected goals of care and length of stay.
- Orders customary laboratory, radiological and diagnostic studies per practice protocols, differentiates between normal/abnormal findings and follows protocols for abnormal findings, which may include referral to consulting physicians per customary pattern of the attending MD or with the collaborating physician.
- Performs complete health history, physical examination and psychosocial assessment of patients within the designated practice or clinical unit.
- Adapts interventions to meet the complex needs arising from normal changes of aging, multiple system problems, psychosocial, and financial issues.
- Assesses special risk factors of the in-patient population for common patterns of illness and communicable disease.
- Diagnoses commonly occurring acute and chronic health problems for the in-patient population with an emphasis on multi-system health problems.
- Differentiates between signs and symptoms indicating acute and/or remission of a chronic health problem and signs and symptoms of a new problem for the in-patient population.
- Identifies both typical and atypical presentations of commonly occurring health problems with the in-patient population.
- Master's Degree in Advanced Practice Nursing.
- Board Certification as Neonatal Nurse Practitioner (NNP-BC).
- Established written Collaborative Practice Agreement with an NYU Langone Health privileged attending physician.
- Credentialed through the Credentialing Committee of the Medical Board with approved Delineation of Privileges.
- Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)
- Basic Life Support (BLS)
- Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
- Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
- Neonatal Advanced Life Support (NALS) certificates
- At least five years of acute care clinical nursing practice;
- ability to apply the nursing process toward achievement of specific outcomes in an organized fashion, which addresses patient/family safety and satisfaction.
- Previous experience as Nurse Practitioner in an in-patient setting is preferred.
- Evidence of excellent interpersonal skills, effective communication skills, creative problem solving and excellent critical thinking and leadership.
- Previously demonstrated ability to facilitate group processes and work cohesively and collaboratively as member of the interdisciplinary team; Effective change agent.
- Physical stamina, manual dexterity, visual and aural acuity to perform responsibilities.
- Membership in professional specialty organizations desirable.
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
NYU Langone Hospital-Brooklyn provides its staff with far more than just a place to work. Rather, we are an institution you can be proud of, an institution where you'll feel good about devoting your time and your talents.
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