IU Health Ball Memorial is the largest non-government employer in East Central Indiana, employing nearly 3,000 people with a payroll exceeding $110 million. This not-for-profit organization boasts of a clinical staff of more than 400 physicians, representing over 45 medical specialties. IU Health Ball Memorial has 1.2 million square feet of facilities and offers an array of services. The hospital campus is home to The Edmund F. Ball Medical Education Center and includes the largest physician-teaching program in Indiana outside of Indianapolis, with three residency programs and a total of 62 physicians in training. IU Health Ball Memorial is a part of Indiana University Health, which is Indiana’s most comprehensive healthcare system. IU Health Ball Memorial shares in IU Health’s mission to improve the health of our patients and community through innovation and excellence in care, education, research and service.
We currently have the following exciting opportunity available:
Nurse Practitioner, Neonatalogy Full-time positions available
In this role you will attend deliveries, assess health statuses of premature infants and infants with complex and critical conditions, formulate appropriate differential diagnosis and identification of individual, family, and community needs, and develop treatment plans. You will serve as a valuable clinical resource for the nursing staff and physicians and as an advocate for patients and their families.
IU Health Ball Memorial has a level III newborn intensive care and special care nursery. IU Health Ball Memorial Hospital is also the third Indiana hospital to obtain “Baby-Friendly” designation from Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative (BFHI) for its commitment to infant health. Join our team!
• Requires current valid Indiana State RN license. • Must have current APN licensure in State of Indiana. • Requires current national certification in area of clinical specialty. • New NP/APN graduates will have one year from date of graduation to obtain certification.
• Requires Basic Life Support certification through the AHA. Other advanced life support certifications may be required per unit/department specialty according to patient care policies. • Requires Masters or Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP). • Requires knowledge and experience in assessment; pharmacotherapy; lab tests and medications. • Requires the ability to communicate and collaborate effectively with all members of the multidisciplinary team. • May require the ability to handle pressure of life threatening situations.