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Nurse Practitoner or Physician Assistant, Cardiology

Intermountain Healthcare is a system of 24 hospitals, a broad range of clinics and services,160 clinics, a Medical Group of 2,400+ employed physicians and advanced practitioners, and health insurance plans from SelectHealth. Ranked in the top five of our nation’s health systems for quality, cost, and innovation, Intermountain Healthcare brings 45 years’ experience in making care more accessible and affordable.

Intermountain Healthcare is looking for a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant, Cardiology to join our team in Nevada. The Nevada-based medical group is a for-profit entity of Intermountain Healthcare. Being a part of Intermountain Healthcare means embarking on a career filled with opportunities, strength, innovation, and fulfillment.   We offer competitive pay with financial incentives for yielding strong metrics on quality care. Our clinicians receive an excellent benefit package, including CME reimbursement, paid license renewals, generous PTO, and much more.  Take advantage of personal and professional growth opportunities including leadership pathways, charitable sponsorships, and volunteer opportunities.

If you’re ready to join our Mission in helping people live the healthiest lives possible, please apply now, or contact Anita Prince, Physician Recruiter at aprince@imailnv.org| 702-528-6276.

Essential Functions

Clinical Practice:
Performs patient assessment to obtain a complete and accurate record of the patient's clinical information and medical symptoms. Orders tests and exams to obtain additional information needed to ensure proper and complete care of patient.
Based on assessment, diagnoses, patient needs and determines a plan of care. Interprets patient care tests and exams to obtain needed information to guide care.
Provides for the treatment of the patient (and oversee the treatment provided by others) including appropriate prescriptive practice to achieve optimal clinical outcomes for the patient. Utilizes advanced specialty knowledge to ensure that the care provided is appropriate, effective, timely, and cost efficient.
Performs diagnostic or therapeutic procedures as defined by Scope of Practice.
Completes appropriate and timely documentation of clinical care. Codes and bills accurately per established protocol and procedure. Ensures that records are detailed and complete, and comply with related standards and regulations.

Education:
Conducts or coordinate education to increase the knowledge of patient, patient family, and others. Provides appropriate instruction based on patient needs to support the continuum of care.
Trains other staff in areas of clinical expertise. Provides teaching of students as appropriate to increase their clinical knowledge and ensure safe patient care.
Stays abreast of current trends in healthcare practice and participate in continuing medical education to ensure optimal clinical knowledge and effective patient care skill.

Consultation/Collaboration:
Coordinates and collaborates patient care efforts with other care providers.
Communicates clinical information timely, accurately, thoroughly, and appropriately to other providers of patient care.
May collaborate with other care providers in the effective sharing of practice expertise.

 

Position Details

  • Location: Clinic based
  • Schedule: Monday through Friday, 8 am-5 pm
  • Average Patient Census: 18-24/day

Requirements

  • Current Nevada Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant license
  • Certificate of completion from an accredited Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant Program
  • Current Nevada DEA certificate required prior to start date

Preferences

  • Prior experience with heart failure patients preferred
  • Fluent Spanish-speaking ability

 

Nurse Practitoner or Physician Assistant, Cardiology

Las Vegas, NV
Full Time
Early Career (2+ yrs experience)
Master's

Published on 11/16/2021

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