Seeking full-time NNP to work in a fast-paced environment at UH Cleveland Medical Center. Nights, weekends, and holiday hours will be required. The NNP will work in collaboration with the Neonatologist to assess, implement, and evaluate appropriate plan of care for patients. This includes diagnostic and therapeutic interventions, in accordance with the scope of practice of an NNP and current standard of care. NNP will manage care for a caseload of medically complex neonates in both the acute phase and transition to home. Must be able to demonstrate competencies defined in NNP responsibilities in providing age-appropriate care to neonates from birth to the age of two years. NNP will be expected to initiate and participate in education, research and professional activities that contribute to improving patient care, NNP program operation, or the NNPs own professional development.
â€¢ Identify, assess and coordinate the care of select pediatric in-patients with special health care or rehabilitation needs in order to promote comprehensive family-centered discharge planning in an efficient and cost effective manner.
â€¢ Identify patient with complex healthcare/rehab needs.
â€¢ Assess individual patient and patient populations to identify care/education/rehab needs and develops, implements and evaluates programs to meet these needs and coordinate patient care/collaborates with others.
â€¢ Practices utilization management.
â€¢ Actively participates in the quality improvement process. Involved in learning regarding trends in case management.
â€¢ Initiates and maintains positive relationships with patients/customers. Initiates and maintains positive relationships with co-workers.
â€¢ Takes responsibility for self-development and supports a learning environment Displays commitment to the mission of the hospital and its values.
Effective oral and written communication skills.
A variety of technical patient care devices specific to the clinical area.
Proficiency with computers and selected office equipment.
Nursing Doctorate or Master of Science in Nursing with Advanced Practice Certification specific to the neonatal population.
Current Ohio Nursing license.
Current Ohio APRN license.
Certified neonatal nurse practitioner with prescriptive authority.