Nurse Practitioner Adult Infusion
Under direction, guided by the Committee on Interdisciplinary Practice (“CIDP”) Standardized Process and Outcome Protocols and Procedures of the Ambulatory Services, and in collaboration with the physician staff, the Nurse Practitioner provides direct care to patients with multiple, often complicated chronic medical problems in the Infusion Center setting. This position may provide coverage at multiple infusion sites. Assignments at this level may include the direction of continuity of care for patients with multiple medical problems; providing direct care to this group of patients, responsibility for occasional community teaching programs, participation in program planning, and development of patient and staff education information. S/he consistently projects a professional and courteous demeanor. The Nurse Practitioner shall comply with the Medical Center House and Telephone Standards.
Required Qualifications :
- One (1) to three (3) years recent related experience as a Nurse Practitioner with a minimum of 6 months oncology experience. Six (6) months or more experience specifically working in any type of a relevant clinical role in oncology would be considered in lieu of specific experience as a NP.
- Demonstrated clinical experience in oncology care, including ordering and management of chemotherapy/biotherapy, patient education, and care coordination.
- ACLS within 6 months of hire.
Preferred Qualifications :
- Minimum of three (3) years recent experience as a NP in oncology.
- Experience working in an academic medical center.
- Must hold current national certification from an accepted certifying agency and provide by first day of work.
- Must hold a current and active RN and NP and Furnishing license in California.
- Must have completed a BRN recognized graduate master’s degree program as a nurse practitioner.
- Must obtain an active and/or transferable DEA license to California and provide evidence by 90th day of clinical practice. (It is the responsibility of the employee to transfer their DEA license to their new place of employment if from out of state, via online DEA portal and provide evidence of transfer).
- Must have submitted enrollment with CMS Medicare and Medicaid through credentialing by first clinical day. CCS enrollment as appropriate for pediatric environments.
- Must hold current AHA BLS as minimum requirement
- State regulation requires that you have a supervising physician to practice