The Nurse Practitioner is responsible for providing direct patient care to assigned patients within an urgent care setting. This is a professional level position working under limited direction yet in coordination with an APN lead. Typical work scenarios require specialized knowledge, critical thinking, good judgment based upon the principles of biological, physiological, behavioral, and sociological sciences skills, as well as strong customer service skills. Internal contacts include medical staff and management throughout the clinic and health system. External contacts include patients, physicians, outside medical staff, and community resource services.
Master of Science in Nursing
Successful completion of American Nursing Association National Certification Test for Advanced Practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner
Licensed by the State as an APRN
Prescription authority licensure in State.
Knowledge of national medical best practices within an urgent care setting
Knowledge of communication skills with ability to listen actively and respond to fellow employees/customers in a timely, competent manner both verbally and non-verbally
Knowledge of and skill in the use of personal computers and related systems and software
Knowledge of department policies and established confidentiality policies
Skill in effective interpersonal, oral, and written communications including grammar and spelling
Ability to work independently, efficiently under pressure, and take initiative when needed
Ability to meet organizational and departmental appearance standards on the job
2 years’ experience as a APRN in a family practice setting, urgent care, or related field
Job seekers will be afforded equal opportunity regardless of their race, ethnicity, veteran status or disability status.