Position Overview: We are seeking a highly reliable and flexible Advanced Practice Provider (APP) with proven excellence working in an interdisciplinary collaborative team environment for our Acute Care Heart Failure –Transplant Service. Anticipated start date is February 1, 2021.
Reporting Structure: Acute Care Lead APP, Associate Medical Director of the Advanced Heart Failure Subsection, Cardiology Senior Lead APP, Service Director of Cardiology
Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Collaborate with an inter-professional team including APPs, cardiologists, fellows and residents to provide high quality and safe, patient- and family-centered care in a premier institution
Provide a full spectrum of independent as well as collaborative care to adult Cardiology (predominately heart failure and heart transplant) patients in the inpatient setting
Collaborate with inpatient consultants
Participate in quality improvement projects and process improvement activities
Participate in and support the Division's education, research and quality initiatives
Provide education and mentorship to fellow team members, staff, residents, fellows, nurses and students alike
Attend weekly Cardiology Grand Rounds and clinical case conferences and quarterly faculty meetings
Be well versed in UWMC CPOE/EPIC
Follow UWMC Professional Behavior Policy and Procedures
Perform other related duties as required
Salary dependent on experience
Excellent UW benefits including 401K
4 weeks vacation
1 week CME (CME funding contingent upon participation in selected Faculty Education efforts)
Graduate Degree from and accredited Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Program, or foreign equivalent
Current and valid state Registered Nurse and Advanced Practice Nursing Licensure for ARNP or Physician Assistant licensure for PA-C
Nationally certified ARNP/PA with DEA
Highly reliable, flexible provider with proven excellence working in an interdisciplinary collaborative team environment
Effective interpersonal skills, leadership skills, and clinical expertise in the care of cardiology patients
Able to communicate effectively in English, both verbal and written
Basic computer knowledge and command of basic personal computer skills
Training and experience in inpatient cardiology and/or critical care management
Candidates, please submit your application via Interfolio with cover letter, CV, and contact information for three professional references.
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