Advanced Practitioner Education Specialist

Greater Baltimore Medical Center Baltimore , MD 21203

Posted 3 weeks ago

Job Details

Join our growing team at GBMC Healthcare System. We are a unique Community Healthcare System nestled in a suburban residential neighborhood in Towson, Maryland.

GBMC Healthcare System is an independent healthcare system, and is seeking an experienced Advanced Practitioner Education Specialist to support the Surgical Advanced Practioner Department. This high-impact job opportunity provides clinical management of patients and reports to Meghan Shackelford.

GBMC is nationally recognized for providing Quality Care. We are proud of our teamwork atmosphere and generous benefit programs, unique to a Community Healthcare System.

Position requirments include:

Education

Successful completion of Physician Assistant Program OR Nurse Practitioner Program

Experience

One (1) year acute care experience preferred.

Skills

  • Analytical skills in order to assess patients and implement appropriate intervention.

  • Able to work under varying degrees of stress and the ability to adjust to changes in the work environment.

Licensures, Certifications

  • Licensed as a Physician Assistant or as an Adult Nurse Practitioner by the Board of Medical Examiners of Maryland / Maryland State Board of Examiners of Nurses.

  • Certification as required.

  • Completion of "Healthcare Provider" CPR course.

  • Completion of "Healthcare Provider" ACLS course

Physical Requirements

Work is of medium to heavy physical demand; walking and standing most of the time.

Working Conditions

  • Normal patient care environment with exposure to excessive noise, dust and temperature.

  • Frequently exposed to moderately adverse working conditions due to performance of certain patient care activities.

  • Exposure to communicable diseases.

Conditions of Employment

  • Maintain current licensure and certifications.

  • Maintain CME requirements needed for licensure.

  • Rotation in weekends and holiday coverage required.

  • Comply with conditions of contract

Standard Precautions

Standard precaution policy and procedures are applicable to this job

Patient Safety

Employee has knowledge and understanding of patient safety as it relates to the job duties

Patient Population

Demonstrates competency in the delivery of care and applies the knowledge to meet age-specific needs as license permits

Not applicable

Neonate / Infant

Pediatric

Adolescent

Adult

Geriatric


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