Palliative Care APC
Advocate Aurora Health
Chicago, IL, United States
Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner Palliative Inpatient Care Trinity
Full/Part Time: Full Time
Location: Trinity Hospital 2320 E 93rd St. Chicago, IL 60617
Benefits Eligible: Yes
Hours Per Week: 40
Advocate Aurora Health is committed to advancing Health Care`s goal of building lifelong relationships with patients by delivering the best health outcomes and highest level of service through an integrated approach to care and wellness. We are dedicated to creating a future where APCs can flourish in a supportive environment with access to necessary resources and pathways to share feedback to jointly grow our shared practice.
Advocate Trinity Hospital is seeking a full time Advanced Practice Registered Nurse to join their Inpatient Palliative Team. Initial inpatient care planning goals of care conversations and complex system management. Provide Palliative education for medical staff nursing and hospital staff as well as community
Experience is Palliative Medicine preferred M-F days No weekends or on call but could be a future possibility. Excellent benefits and CME allowance. Position Requirements: Masters of Nursing Degree as APRN~CNP2 years RN experience preferred1 year APRN~CNP experience in the relevant setting preferred. Well~developed interpersonal and communication skills.
Proficiency with an Electronic Medical Record. National certification as a CNP from an accredited body. Current Illinois APRN License. Current Illinois Registered Nurse license. Current Illinois Controlled Substance License within 6 months of hire. Eligible for DEA registration Possession of a current DEA Registration within six months of hire and may vary based on practice site. Current BLS Certification. Current PALS/ACLS certification may vary based on practice site. Travel may be required. Ability to work varying hours and shifts to meet the needs of Advocate Health Care. This may include on call coverage ~Ability to work under stressful conditions and in difficult situations.
Able to respond quickly to patient needs and work at a fast pace ~Routinely works with potentially infectious specimens and patients. Work environment includes probability of exposure to adverse hazardous or unpleasant conditions
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