• APRN LONGEVITY CLINIC - MEMORY CENTER

    Posted Date 1 week ago(7/12/2018 12:55 PM)
    Requisition ID
    2018-43900
    Category
    Nursing - Outpatient
    Position Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Department
    ICE Primary Care TLLC APRN/PA
    Shift
    Day Shift
    Post End Date
    8/12/2018
  • Overview

    Advanced Practice Registered Nurse will assist the physician with managing patients in the Memory clinic.  The APRN must have a high level of expertise to perform assessments/diagnosis/treatment of actual/potential problems of patients.

    Responsibilities

    The APRN will extend the patient care and administrative services of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences physicians. APRN will be expected to provide comprehensive health assessments, determine diagnoses, implement treatment plans, prescribe medical treatments and manage health issues for patients in collaboration with the designated physicians. The APRN will work autonomously as well as in collaboration with a variety of individuals to diagnose and manage patient's health care problems; and will serve as a health care resource, interdisciplinary consultant, and patient advocate. The APRN will also coordinate the multidisciplinary care of patients, facilitating all necessary consults, assuring that care is timely and appropriate.

    Qualifications

    Valid License as a Registered Nurse by the State of Arkansas Required and APRN License (Adult or Family); Prescriptive authority and DEA license must be obtained after hire. Graduate of an accredited Nursing Program with a Master's in Nursing, National Certification as an APRN; Direct RN Nursing Care experience with 1 year in a clinical environment, evidence of experience in leadership or independent practice roles, demonstrated communication (written and oral) problem-solving, leadership and collaborative skills, strong patient advocacy and patient education skills.

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