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Neurology Inpatient Advanced Practice Provider


- Fulltime   Position Summary:  The role of the Inpatient Neurology Advanced Practice Provider is to provide exceptional clinical care of patients in the hospital setting, work alongside and collaborating with Neuro Hospitalists.  This position will function in multiple hospitals in the Denver Metro area and some outlying facilities.  The schedule will encompass a 7-on / 7-off rotation.

Position Requirements: 

Education/Licensure:  
  • Master’s degree
  • Graduation from an accredited Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant program
  • Current NP or PA license in good stand with the state
  • Prescriptive authority and DEA number or ability to obtain if applicable
  • Current BLS
Experience:  
  • APP experience preferred; Neurology experience a plus but not required.
Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:
  • Exceptional organizational, interpersonal, oral, and written communication skills
  • Ability to handle multiple priorities and work in a fast-paced environment
  • Team player
  • Possess a passion for outstanding patient safety and satisfaction
  • Professional experience and conduct
  • Ability to collaborate with multiple team members 
  • Flexibility and adaptability to support the needs of the group as the practice needs change 
  • Willingness to perform outpatient follow up visits as needed
  • Willingness to become familiar with and participate in Telemedicine.
Job Responsibilities:
  • Coordinates and reviews patient census with Neuro Hospitalist and develop plan to address each patient
  • Participates in unit rounds as needed
  • Obtains and reviews patient histories, performs comprehensive and focused exams and records findings in the electronic medical record
  • Determines medical status and diagnosis and develops clinical treatment plan alongside Neuro Hospitalist
  • Communicates treatment plan to hospital personnel as well as instructs and counsels patients and families on clinical treatment and care plan to ensure best possible outcomes
  • Orders and interprets diagnostic testing (i.e. labs, EEGS, etc.)
  • Exercises initiative and judgment in selecting proper treatment
  • Responds to emergency situations in an appropriate manner
  • Completes documentation and responds to questions from patients and hospital staff in a timely manner
  • Performs hospital follow up visits (both in person and via telehealth) when needed
  • Attends meetings as requested
  • Other duties as assigned