Provide primary care to university employees and students, emphasizing preventive, primary, and mental health care.
Master’s prepared Family Nurse Practitioner with prescriptive authority in Ohio; minimum 2 years experience as a Nurse Practitioner; Ohio RN license and certificate of Authority to prescribe with an APN specialty certification in family; valid DEA license and NPI number required.
Preferred experience in college student health and experience with wellness programs and health education preferred.
Essential Functions and percent of time::
80% – Patient care activities to include:
Assessment of patient health needs
Treatment of patient health problems
Consult with patients regarding their health issues
Work as a team with Collaborating Physician
Work with and help maintain standardized procedures that are in compliance with the Ohio Board of Nursing
Maintain complete and thorough health record documentation of care provided to patients
Maintain a directory of reliable health care personnel for referrals
Stay current in primary care medicine
20% – Clinic Director duties to include:
Establish policies and procedures as well as continued evaluation of current procedures and protocols to ensure proper care is being offered.
Supervise SHS staff using established protocols to guide the practice of the nurses performing nursing duties required by students and employees. Supervise and train nursing staff. Supervise review of medical records.
Direct development of self and staff; attend CE events and programs and direct the selection of patient resources and records of compliance as appropriate.
Standard clinical environment that will require significant amount of standing and bending as required for appropriate patient care activities.
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