Nurse Practitioner / Physician Assistant - Cardiology
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- Minimum one (1) year experience unless specified by department, as an NP or PA.
- Graduate of an accredited RN and NP Program OR graduate of an accredited PA program.
- NP Only: Master's degree in nursing (effective 1/1/03 for those not previously grandfathered in by CMS).
- Current California Nurse Practitioner Certificate or current California Physician Assistant license.
- NP Only: Current California RN License.
- NP Only: Current California Furnishing Number.
- Maintain current national certification from approved organizations (American Nurses Credentialing Center, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners, National Certification Corporation for Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing Specialties, or the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board) or National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants appropriate to education and department (effective 1/1/01 for those not previously grandfathered in by CMS).
- Current BLS card.
- National Provider Identification Number (NPI).
- Willing to consider Physician Assistant job code 30004.
- If department elects to hire a new grad NP or PA, the California Furnishing Number and if applicable, the DEA Registration Number, must be obtained within twelve (12) months of hire.
- The probationary period would also be extended from six (6) to twelve (12) months.
- Current DEA Registration Number
- ACLS, PALS
- Understanding of post-cardiac Cath/EP & post open heart complications, Goal-directed medical therapy for CHF and CAD, Appropriate treatments for Afib