Nurse Practitioner

Food Allergy Institute View Company Profile

Job Title: Nurse Practitioner (Pediatric Clinic, Food Allergy)Company: Food Allergy InstituteLocation: Long Beach, CAHours: Full Time; M-F 7:45AM-5PM (Onsite)Salary: $115,000-$120,000 per yearWho Are We?Founded in 2015, the Food Allergy Institute (FAI) is a cutting-edge research and clinical care center revolutionizing food allergy treatment among the pediatric population. Our Tolerance Induction Programxe2x84xa2 is the first of its kind, bringing patients to the point where they can eat whatever they want, whenever they want, without having to worry about any kind of reaction. The success of FAI is built on years of development involving proprietary biomarkers, data analytics and modeling systems which allow unique patient specific therapy to be deployed in the clinic setting and at home safely.Why FAI?The Food Allergy Institute is home to many innovative thinkers, problem solvers, and passionate leaders. The work we do is truly life-changing for our patients and their families; each member of our team will experience how their role supports our mission! FAI provides a challenging and rewarding environment where employeesxe2x80x99 talents are leveraged, ideas are encouraged and growth is always inspired.FAI currently employs over 170 employees! Our diverse team includes roles such as: Physicians in the specialties of Pediatrics, Pulmonary, Allergy, Emergency Medicine, and Immunology, as well as Nurse Practitioners and Physicians Assistants, and a PhD level research team. In the food allergy world, the growth of FAI is unique in reflecting the effectiveness of its treatment approach and the supportive environment fostered by its team of professionals.Benefits:Health InsuranceVision InsuranceDental InsurancePTO DaysPaid Holidays401K Plan (matched)Professional DevelopmentPaid TrainingCompany Sponsored EventsCompetitive RatesPaid Family LeaveGrowth OpportunitiesWho Are We Looking For?We are looking for a dynamic, empathetic and flexible Nurse Practitioner that will enjoy working in a Pediatric clinic. They must be able to work in a fast paced, dynamic work environment.Essential Functions:Act as primary health care provider in patientxe2x80x99s treatment plan with collaboration with Supervising Physician.Manage outpatient setting patient caseload with assistance of clinical staff.Observe, record and report patientsxe2x80x99 vitals and reactions to all administered treatments.Schedule and implement allergy testing in accordance with FAI procedures.Assess patient needs and suggest solutions as appropriate.Respond to patient reaction situations per FAI protocols and procedures; inform physician and/or other clinical staff as necessary to mitigate adverse reactions.Perform highly complex and varied tasks requiring independent knowledge, its application to a variety of situations; and exercise independent judgment.Participate in call rotation to address patientxe2x80x99s concerns via email or phone call.Document food challenge notes accurately and effectively in EMR.Understand the patient lifecycle in totality and how the clinic supports that mission.Communicate effectively to patients, families, visitors, and leadership.Management of all assigned care coordination in line with patient care.Proper and complete challenge documentation in the patient’s chart.Qualifications:Comfortable working with Pediatric population.Clinical experience in Allergy, Pediatrics, ER preferred.Graduate of an accredited NP Program.Current California Nurse Practitioner Certificate.Maintain current national certification from approved organizations.Current BLS card.Current PALS card.National Provider Identification Number (NPI).Applicable procedure training and EMR experience.Team mentality and positive working attitude.FAI provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, veteran status, or any other consideration made unlawful by federal, state, or local laws. FAI is committed to providing reasonable accommodation for qualified applicants, and employees with disabilities to ensure they enjoy equal access to all employment opportunities and benefits of employment as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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