Nurse Practitioner - Oncology - FT
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UFCW Local 7 - $59.42 - $67.85
“May be entitled to translation/bilingual, shift or other wage premiums as governed by the applicable collective bargaining agreement. Please refer to the respective collective bargaining agreement for additional information on such wage premiums: .https://www.lmpartnership.org/local-contracts”
- Obtains a pertinent medical history, performs an appropriate physical examination, and reviews relevant laboratory or radiologic (or other) studies to assess the patient's medical, physical, psychological, and relevant socio-economic status.
- Will have full access to patient medical records and other information pertinent to those patients under his/her care.
- Formulates an accurate and appropriate diagnosis based on elicited data, and includes differential diagnoses as appropriate.
- Develops and implements treatment plans that are aligned with the practice preferences of the Collaborating Physician(s) including orders for medication and/or other treatment modalities, the need for additional testing, consultation to other providers, and follow-up provisions.
- Provides care with attention to safety, efficiency, and cost effectiveness.
- Plans are appropriately prioritized and adapted to the patient and circumstance.
- Performs procedures within the limits of their expertise and in accordance with the State Regulations and Organizational Policies.
- Educates and counsels patients and their families regarding their treatment plan, including disease prevention and health promotion.
- Promotes the availability of culturally-sensitive health and resource information that is evidence-based, patient centered, and enables informed choice.
- Documents all examination data, diagnostic impressions, appropriate codes, and other patient care activities in the medical record, including the name(s) of any consulted physicians or other providers.
- Observes the principles and techniques of Universal Precautions.
- Conducts telephonic and virtual encounters as appropriate.
- Manages assigned in-basket tasks.
- Takes necessary and appropriate actions in emergency situations.
- Performs other clinical/administrative duties as directed.
- Makes the patient the primary focus of their actions; develops and sustains productive and compassionate patient relationships.
- Leads the health care team by influence, innovation, and by modeling integrated effective patient care and exemplary service.
- Promotes and maintains a physically safe and confidential environment for care.
- Collaborates with all members of the health care team.
- Knows their personal limitations and when to seek advice and/or consultation from other members of the health care team
- Understands and acknowledges the impact of personal values and cultural differences on the patient-provider relationship.
- Assumes responsibility for maintaining clinical competence through participation in continuing education and other activities.
- Maintains professional certification and active licensure.
- Participates in the training and/or mentoring of new employees, colleagues, and students.
- Participates in quality assurance activities including the Peer Review process.
- Has the quality of their care evaluated by the Collaborating Physician(s) as stipulated by State and/or KFHP/CPMG policies.
- Evaluates personal performance and establishes annual goals aligned with KFHP regional expectations.
- Maintains a working knowledge of, and complies with relevant (Federal, State, and/or Organizational) laws, rules, and policies; including licensure and certification.
- Educates and promotes the roles of the APN/PA to patients and members of the health care team.
- Master's Degree in Nursing.
- Graduation from an accredited graduate nursing program approved by the Colorado State Board of Nursing.
- Current un-restricted licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Colorado.
- Current active listing in the Colorado Advanced Practice Registry and in compliance with those requirements.
- On-going BLS Certification required within 90 days of hire.
- National Provider Identification (NPI) required at time of hire.
- Full or Provisional Prescriptive authority required.
- Active DEA Registration Certification by start date. (DEA Registration Certification is not required to bid on a position, but will be required to begin work.)
- Taxonomy codes required at time of hire.
- Full Prescriptive Authority within two years of hire date.
- For positions requiring the administration of procedural sedation, ACLS certification and procedural sedation competency required within 90 days of hire.
- Must obtain and remain credentialed by the Colorado Permanente Medical Group by start date.
Oncology experience preferred.
May be required to work at other KP locations to meet operational needs.