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Nurse Practitioner-NYPresbyterian Medical Group-Brooklyn

Job ID 00755455 Location Kings County Medical Group
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Location

New York, New York

Shift:

Day (United States of America)

Description:

NY Presbyterian Kings County Medical Group

Nurse Practitioner-Bariatric Surgery/General Surgery

Will work at Bay Ridge and Staten Island locations.

Essential Job Duties :

Patient Care Management and Documentation:

Obtains and documents subjective history (interval or

comprehensive) as appropriate to chief complaint or reason for visit.


Conducts relevant physical exam, documenting pertinent positive

and negative findings.


Identifies a diagnostic impression and/or formulates a

differential based on the subjective and objective data obtained.

Writes prescription(s) according to New York State and federal law.


Formulates a goal-directed plan that includes health maintenance,

anticipatory guidance and appropriate medical and nursing interventions

according to established protocols/practice agreement.


Assesses and documents patient response to treatment and

interventions.


Provides and documents health teaching that is oriented to the

appropriate problem and/or developmentally age-appropriate health maintenance

or anticipatory guidance issues.agreements/protocols. Consults and/or refers as per collaborative

Documents same as well as documents follow up.

Quality Assurance:

Conducts review of patient records in collaboration with peers and
physician colleagues to determine quality and appropriateness of care provided.

Engages in ongoing peer review and quality review activities,
competency evaluations and Medical Board reviews.

Patient Safety:

Administers care in accordance with safety, environmental and
infectious control principles and regulations identified by the institution and
legislative bodies.

Practices in accordance within their scope of practice as delineated by collaborative agreement, practice protocols and delineation of privileges to include ordering and/or administering medication, intravenous

fluids, blood and blood products.

Patient Rights:

Demonstrates an awareness and knowledge of patient’s rights and
responsibilities while receiving care within the institution. 

Demonstrates knowledge of the referral mechanism when a patient
believes these rights have been violated.

Demonstrates knowledge of the hospital’s policy governing the
application of supportive devices to a patient.

Protects confidentiality and privacy.

Education:

Serves as a resource person and participates in staff development
programs.

Provides patient education and counseling on health status and
treatment plan.

Serves as clinical preceptor for students from selected programs.

Research/Studies:

Assists staff in developing appropriate quality improvement study
design for potential use in research.

Participates, when appropriate, in quality improvement activities.

Identifies need for investigation and data collection to improve
patient care.

Evaluates and implements relevant research findings.

Coordination/Collaboration:

Collaborates on clinical problems with nursing service personnel,

medical staff or other health care providers.

Collaborates with other members of the interdisciplinary team to
determine and achieve health goals of patients and families.

Collaborates with administration and professional staff of the
hospital in the establishment and implementation of community services.

Professional Practice:

Participates in departmental staff meetings and committees as
required and appropriate.

Serves as a professional role model for advanced practice for

staff, the interdisciplinary team and students.

Service Excellence:

Treats both internal and external customers with courtesy, respect

and caring behaviors.

Promotes a safe, therapeutic environment for patients, families
and staff.

Acknowledges cultural differences that exist among staff and
patients.

Identifies customer services needs on the unit.

Creates positive first impressions.

Communicates compassionately and effectively.

Performs other job related duties as assigned.

Qualifications  Required (R) Preferred (P)

Education

Required

BSN

Master’s

Degree specialty of practice or completed alternative certification
requirements for graduates of nurse practitioner programs prior to April 1,
1989.

Basic Life Support Certification for all Nurse Practitioners who provide direct
patient care

Licensure/Certifications

Current
NYS RN Licensure

Current

New York State License as Nurse Practitioner in area of practice

National

Preferred
Certification as a Nurse Practitioner in the specialty of practice

Physical/Environmental Conditions    

(Y)   No (N)

Physical/Hazardous/Work

Environment - The work environment and physical demands
described here are representative of those required by an employee to perform essential functions
of the job with or without reasonable accommodation.

Ability to work in surroundings with degree of dust, noise, odors, etc. without undue
discomfort.

Y

Ability to hear, talk, walk, stand, bend and stretch.

Y

Ability to read, write and interpret documents.

Y

Ability to sit for long periods of time at desk to perform job functions.

Y

Ability to communicate effectively with clients and co-workers.

Y

May be exposed to mechanical/electrical/radiant/explosive/burn

and chemical hazards.

Y

May be required to handle, dispose of and/or identify hazardous waste and hazardous
materials.

Y

May be required to operate and clean equipment.

Y

May be required to work both indoor/outdoor under extreme temperatures.

N

May be required to handle reasonably heavy weights across distances.

N

May be required to operate heavy vehicles.

N

Must be trained in and knowledgeable of all Hospital policies and procedures
pertaining to hazardous waste and hazardous materials and maintain
qualifications applicable to assigned work.

Y

Other:

OSHA  
 Yes (Y)   No (N)

Duties performed routinely require exposure to blood, body fluid and tissue.

Y

Normal routine involves no exposure to blood, body fluid or tissue, but potential for
exposure.

N

Normal routine involves no exposure to blood, body fluid or tissue. Incumbents are not
called upon to perform or assist in emergency care or first aid.

Join a hospital where employee engagement is at an all-time high. Enjoy competitive compensation along with benefits such as tuition reimbursement, hospital retirement contributions, and financial planning assistance. Start your life-changing journey today.
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