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The Nurse Practitioner works in collaboration with the physician in the hospital-based inpatient setting generally working with a stable patient population. Performs minimally invasive procedures. Includes hospitalists.
The Nationwide Children's Hospital NSCU at Dublin Methodist Hospital is a Pebblestone project specialty hospital. The 7-bed NSCU with all-private rooms helps to support the Family Centered Care approach to clinical care. Dublin Methodist Hospital delivers more than 2700 babies annually. NNPs at Dublin Methodist attend high risk deliveries and support operations in both the delivery and the Special Care Nursery areas.
The Grady Family Birthplace (GFB) at Grady Hospital, a level 1 community center, offers comprehensive, family centered care to families throughout their birth experience. NNPs at the GFB attend deliveries and support families and staff to provide personalized and safe transitions.
APRN License Required Education, Certification, Registration, License Associate's Degree RNL - Registered Nurse License Ohio CPR - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Field of Study: NursingYears of Experience: 3 to 5
SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE Must have a current RN license and maintain this license from the Ohio Board of Nursing Must have current certification and maintain this certification from a national certifying body (ANCC, AANP, etc...) Must have graduated from an accredited CNP program (Master's Degree in Nursing and graduate of an accredited post-Master's Nurse Practitioner Program). Must have CPR certification endorsed by the American Heart Association. Three to five years clinical nursing practice in the acute care setting. Requires full prescriptive authority within two years of employment.
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The ideal candidate will have Neonatal certification and 3+ years advanced practice experience.
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