The APRN Team Manager (APRN –TM) functions as a clinical leader and clinical team member delivering care to a panel of patients for whom s/he has responsibility for the planning, implementation, coordination and evaluation of care related outcomes. As a clinical leader the APRN-TM is responsible for the management and oversight for the clinical practice of the inter-professional team (team) which may include nurses, medical assistants, and others who are integral to the care of patients at the site. Works in partnership with the patient care team and other practice leaders to ensure effective delivery of care and actively supports the achievement of patient, departmental and organizational goals.
The Urology Nurse Practitioner Team Manager (NPTM) candidate is an essential member of the interdisciplinary care team for patients receiving ambulatory care through the Department of Urology. Utilizing a comprehensive array of diagnostic studies/tests and modalities the NPTM will have a key role in treating patients with urology dysfunction including the evaluation and treatment of lower urinary tract function in adult patients with a variety of voiding disorders from the simple to the complex including those associated with complex neurological, anatomical and functional issues. The NPTM will care for urologic care delivery needs of both male and female patients across the lifespan, teenagers to older adults. The NPTM must demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide age appropriate care. The role requires significant interdisciplinary team work and excellent communication skills.
APN license to practice in Massachusetts required
National APRN Certification required
3-5 years of APRN experience strongly preferred
5-10 years of clinical experience in hospital or community-based practice setting – strongly prefer both
Demonstrated knowledge of hospital-based and community-based care – strongly prefer both
3-5 years in previous leadership, management and program development strongly preferred.
Experience working in a large complex health care organizations.
Experience working with a diverse patient population
Ability to work with a variety of information systems and databases: MS Word, PowerPoint, Access, and
electronic health record.
Knowledge of – and commitment to – the principles of team-based care with an awareness of local, regional, and
national trends in care redesign and transformation.
3 – 5 years of Nurse Practitioner related clinical experience in Urology or a surgical practice preferredUrology and Urodynamic Study experience with a demonstrated ability to educate patients and families around current treatments and medications preferred
Adult/Family Health Certification preferred
The ideal candidate for this position should possess excellent communication, computer and organizational skills and capability for professional autonomy.
: MA-Boston-Boston - BWH Main Campus
Boston - BWH Main Campus
75 Francis St
: Advanced Practice Nurse
: Brigham & Women's Hospital(BWH)
Standard Hours: 40
: Day Job
Recruiting Department: BWH Surgery
: Aug 29, 2018