Advanced Practice Provider (NP/PA) – Behavioral Intermediate Care – Harding Hospital (Rotational)

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Scope of Position: The Advanced Practice Provider (APP) is responsible for providing health care services to patients within the parameters of a standard care agreement or supervisory organization with an attending physician member of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. Collaborates with a physician(s) and other clinicians in providing a full scope of patient care. The focus is on preventive health or the management of acute and/or stable chronic conditions. Performs medical services that have been specifically authorized and directed by the credentialing body and the certifying organization through which they hold licensure. Position Summary: The APP provides health care services to patients working in collaboration with a licensed physician member of the medical staff. Healthcare services provided include care during acute and chronic phases of illness, education, and counseling of individuals and families, health promotion and prevention, and referral to other healthcare providers and community resources when appropriate Wexner Medical Center at The Ohio State University and OSU Harding Hospital are committed to enhancing the quality of care that our patients receive. The OSU STAR Trauma Recovery Center serves the adult survivor of crime-related violence in the central Ohio community through VOCA (Victims of Crime Act) grant funding. POSITION SUMMARY The Certified Registered Nurse Practitioner (CRNP) is an active member of the treatment team, and collaborates with the attending psychiatrists to manage the medical and medication needs of patients in the OSU STAR Trauma Recovery Center from admission through discharge; implements patient care within the guidelines and parameters specified in the standard care arrangement, maintaining awareness of state and national health care trends. The CRNP also provides patient education on medications, and other topics as needed; may provide information to insurance companies to maintain authorization for services; provides education to the direct care staff on the healthcare needs of adults, works as part of the clinical team in planning and implementing treatment; as needed, especially with individuals with co-existing medical conditions, within scope of license and certification. Minimum Qualifications: Current certificate of authority to practice as an APRN in the State of Ohio Graduate of a Nurse Practitioner program that qualifies the graduate to sit for the certification examination of a national certifying organization recognized by the Ohio Board of Nursing Masterxe2x80x99s Degree in Nursing OR Masters Prepared; Graduate of a PA-C program that qualifies the graduate to sit for the certification examination recognized by the National Certification Commission for Physician Assistant (NCCPA). Eligibility for State of Ohio licensure as a PA-C Must have three years of experience as an Advanced Practice Provider Regular 40 Varying Shifts

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