While working as a Neonatal Advanced Practice Provider at Cincinnati Children's you can enjoy:
Working in one of the nation's largest level IV NICUs, utilizing some of the newest technology into our newly opened Critical Care Building
A hospital ranked No. 4 on the Best Children's HospitalsHonor Roll U.S.News & World Report
Potential to also work in level II, III, and IV NICUs and Special Care Nurseries in the Greater Cincinnati, Dayton and Northern Kentucky areas.
Organization sponsored continuing medical education, conference attendance, and license maintenance
A Fetal Care Center, allowing high-risk deliveries to be completed in house, keeping mother and baby in the same hospital
Being a part of an organization that is a great place to work, Glassdoor named Cincinnati Children's one their Top 100 Places to Work, with only 4 hospitals making that list!
A competitive benefit and compensation package, including weekend and shift differentials. Applicants may also qualify for a generous relocation package.
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If you are a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner or a Physician Assistant and are interested in working with the best in neonatal care, we invite you to explore a future with us!
Perform history and/or physical exams on patients presenting for care in area of expertise. Assess and diagnose illnesses, including chronic and acute conditions. Formulate, document and monitor a treatment plan. Order and monitor therapeutic interventions including but not limited to diets, laboratory, radiological and diagnostic tests as deemed necessary by patient history and/or physical exam. Provide clinical consultation, order interdisciplinary consults. Professional practice including but not limited to prescription of medications in accordance with Federal and State Law & Rules and CCHMC policy. Attains and maintains competency in subspecialty practice, skills and procedures in accordance with Joint Commission standards for focused (FPPE) and ongoing (OPPE) professional practice evaluation.
Outcomes Identification and Planning
Develops outcomes as measurable goals that provide direction for continuity of care & continuity of care & consistency among providers. Develops, prioritizes, evaluates & modifies an individualized comprehensive plan of care. Addresses each diagnosis or issue, as appropriate. Derives outcomes & plans of care that involve the patient/family/caregiver when possible & are realistic to the patient/family/caregiver capabilities & resources. Considers risks/benefits, costs, clinical effectiveness, current scientific evidence/clinical guidelines & clinical expertise to formulate interventions, treatments & outcomes. Incorporates new knowledge & strategies to initiate change in practice if desired outcomes not achieved. Maintains documentation & updates accordingly outcomes, goals & the plan of care.
Maintain professional behaviors aligned with core values and care standards, participate in quality improvement activities or research to improve the care delivery process & patient care outcomes. Participate in lifelong learning and professional development activities that improves skills & competence in clinical practice/role performance. Serve as preceptor, role model, or mentor; Contribute to the professional development of peers/colleagues to improve pediatric health care & to foster the professions growth. Integrate ethical considerations & research findings into practice; Provide leadership by participating on committees or in professional organizations, or writing/publishing/presenting. Advocate for the pediatric patient/family/caregiver. Serve as a leader, influencing both healthcare/APP practice & policy.
Maintains competency in skills/procedures; Promotes self-management & family centered care; Employs diverse & complex strategies, interventions, & teaching to promote health & a safe environment; Provides leadership in care management to achieve optimal quality, cost-effective care; Documents & communicates with healthcare team members to achieve an integrated delivery of pediatric care services; Delegates appropriate monitoring, assessment, & interventions according to the patient and scope of practice of the caregiver; Provides consultation to influence the identified plan of care, to enhance the abilities of others to provide health care, and to effect change in the healthcare system; Makes appropriate referrals and discusses recommendations with patient/family/caregiver; Orders and/or performs appropriate treatments, therapies, & procedures that are based on current knowledge, research, & practice; Provides patient/family/caregiver with diagnostic & laboratory results as well as actual/potential benefits, limitations, & adverse effects of proposed therapies.
Uses a systematic, ongoing evaluation of the assessment data & outcomes to revise or resolve the diagnoses, outcomes, the plan of care, & the implementation as needed; Evaluates the accuracy of the diagnosis, effectiveness of the interventions & the plan of care strategies in relation to attainment of expected outcomes; Includes the patient/family/caregiver & other healthcare providers; Bases the evaluation process on advanced knowledge, practice, research, & documents appropriately; Utilizes the results of the evaluation to determine the impact on the patient/family/caregiver, organization, & system to make/recommend process or structural changes including policy, procedure, or protocols as appropriate.
Scope for subspecialty role will not exceed the scope of the collaborating or supervising MD
Required: ??? Masters degree in related field. May require clinical license, certification or training OR Doctorate of Nursing Practice degree ??? No directly related experience ??? Licensure and certification in accordance with CCHMC Delineation of Privileges. ??? Multi-state licensure in addition to Ohio licensure may be required base on subspecialty
??? PA applicants: completion of Neonatal Fellowship
??? Experience as an APP in subspecialty
??? Minimum 1 year experience as RN in level 4 NICU OR 5+ years experience in Level 3 NICU
At Cincinnati Children’s, we come to work with one goal: to make children’s health better. We believe in a team approach, both in caring for patients and their families, and in advancing science and discovery. We strive to do better, and find energy and inspiration in our shared purpose. If you want to be the best you can be, you can do it at Cincinnati Children’s.