(PER DIEM)-Advanced Practice Provider - Cardiology Service
The APP will collaborate with designated physicians and healthcare team members to provide medical care to an assigned caseload of inpatients as part of the Cardiology Service inpatient consultation team.
Responsibilities include delivering the highest standard of care in the diagnosis and management of a respective patient population and participating in the implementation of patient education and clinical support programs to ensure optimal care throughout the healthcare continuum. Specific duties will include new consultation visits and follow-up consultation visits in the inpatient and post op setting, coverage of the cardiac step down unit, analysis of telemetry monitoring, and management of patients with cardiac devices.
Capable of anticipating and balancing the needs to multiple stakeholders
*Resourceful, securing and deploying resources effectively and efficiently
*An effective communicator
*Openly relatable and comfortable with diverse groups of people
*Adaptable in approach and demeanor in real time to match the shifting demands of different situations
Qualifications needed for a PA candidate are
Graduate from an accredited PA program
Active NYS license or be qualified for state licensure
A minimum of 2 years of related experience as a PA is preferred
Hours: 7am-730p shifts
Internal Number: 2019-34111
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