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Nurse Practitioner / Physician Assistant Hospitalist Schenectady, NY

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Nehcr Schenectady , NY 12304

Posted 2 months ago

Hospital-employed full-time opportunity is now available for a Board Certified Advance Practice Provider (APP.

The APP performs, under the responsibility and supervision of the physician, diagnostic and therapeutic tasks to allow the physician to extend his/her services through the more effective use of his/her knowledge in the sphere of decision making required to establish a diagnosis and to plan therapy.

He/she may assist in gathering the data necessary in implementing the therapeutic plan of the physician. A major role will be as patient's advocate in the medical care system serving as confidant, advisor, and liaison between patient and physician.

Our team includes: 12 fulltime hospitalists and 6 advanced practice providers. A compliment of experienced part-time and per Diem physicians as well.

230 acute inpatient bed facility

Minimum of 14 - Twelve-hour shifts per month

Night shift (5 p.m. - 5 a.m.)

Compensation:

Competitive Compensation

Malpractice (Occurrence) Insurance

Medical, Dental, Life, Disability Insurance Plans

CME Stipend

403(b) qualified deferred compensation plan retirement program

Qualifications:

Graduation from an approved course of study and experience acceptable to the New York State Board of Education to qualify for New York State Registration.

Certified or eligible within one year, certified within two years.

Continuing education requirements of 100 hours every two years, 40 hours of which are AMA Category I or equivalent. 3+ years of practicing experience.


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Nurse Practitioner / Physician Assistant Hospitalist Schenectady, NY

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Nehcr