The Student Health and Wellness Center is recruiting a Nurse Practitioner to work 4 days a week (30.0 hours per week) with the possibility of this becoming a 5 day/week (37.5 hour) position. This position reports directly to the Nurse Practitioner Manager. The nurse practitioner will work collaboratively with other nurse practitioners and physicians.
The Nurse Practitioner is responsible for providing a full range of outpatient medical care to students. This includes high quality and effective patient care through the evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illness and injury. In addition to providing direct patient care with a significant emphasis on health maintenance and preventative measures, the nurse practitioner shares responsibility for the provision of high quality health care in compliance with state, federal, and ambulatory accreditation requirements.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Provide direct patient healthcare, with a significant emphasis on health maintenance and preventive measures.
Assess patients using skills in interviewing, history taking and physical diagnosis, and initial screening and diagnostic tests.
Apply evidence-based decision-making when assessing and treating patients.
Provide continuity of care and coordination of available healthcare services using appropriate referral to agencies and specialists as indicated.
Assume responsibility and accountability for organizing time and workload to meet patient, staff and departmental needs.
Systematically record information in an electronic medical record in accordance with state and federal medical/legal requirements.
Philosophical commitment to the care, development and education of students.
Proven ability to relate effectively to a wide variety of people of various ages and backgrounds including an understanding and appreciation of gender, culture, ethnicity, and international origins.
Participate in the development and maintenance of quality care and AAAHC accreditation standards.
Share responsibility for ongoing assessment of quality and efficiency of patient care services.
Attend SHWC educational programs and show evidence of continued self-development and professional involvement by participating in activities and educational programs of professional organizations.
Some evening hours until 6:30 pm and occasional Saturday clinic (10:30-2:30) approximately once/month; subject to change as clinic needs change, not to exceed 37.5 hours/week.
Master’s degree in nursing: Registered nurse license and Certified as an Adult or Family Nurse Practitioner (NP). Must be licensed as an NP in the State of Maryland or other state where practicing/eligible for licensure to practice in the State of Maryland. Current CPR certification. Must have DEA and Maryland CDS license or be eligible to apply for it. Must meet all credentialing requirements of Johns Hopkins Hospital and continued employment is contingent upon successful completion of JHH credentialing process.
Demonstrated competence in adolescent/young adult health, public health or college health. College health experience preferred. 2-4 years of clinical experience as a Nurse Practitioner preferred, but not required.
Experience and capability to use electronic medical record.
Physical Requirements of the Job:
Stooping and bending
Reaching and grasping objects
Walking and/or standing for extended periods of time, with or without reasonable accommodations.
Classified Title: Nurse Practitioner Role/Level/Range: ACRP/04/MG Starting Salary Range: Commensurate with Experience Employee group: Full Time Schedule: M-F 8:30-5pm Exempt Status: Exempt Location: 01-MD:Homewood Campus Department name: 10001410-Student Health and Wellness Center Personnel area: Homewood Student Affairs
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