Employee Status: Regular
Hours Per Pay Period: 72
Shift Length: 12 hours
Weekend Coverage: Per unit need
Children's of Minnesota is the largest high-risk referral center in the Upper Midwest. The Neonatal Program is the fourth largest in the U.S and provides tertiary and quaternary care through our Level IV, Level III, II and step-down care units with a combined bed capacity of 171 between our Minneapolis and St. Paul campuses. Childrens provides outreach neonatal coverage in several surrounding hospitals in the area. Services include consultation and assessment for emergency and continuing care of premature and critically-ill infants. Additionally we:
- Have a team of over 20 neonatologists, over 60 neonatal nurse practitioners along with more than 500 nurses and support staff.
- Have over 1,900 Neonatal visits per year.
- Have a board-certified neonatologist on-site 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
- Have a program that delivers some of the highest survival and lowest complication rates in the world.
- Are recognized annually as one of the top neonatal programs in U.S. News & World Reports Americas Best Childrens Hospitals ranking.
- Provide transport care for more than 500 neonatal patients each year.
The Neonatal Nurse Practitioner provides care in our Level II/III and IV NICU in collaboration with the neonatologists and or Neonatal Fellows. The NNP maintains clinical skill proficiency and knowledge base, such as, but not limited to: intubations, PIV, Chest tubes, line placements. Must be able to perform transports as a back-up to the primary transport team. Delivery attendance for high-risk infants at a busy Mother Baby Center.
We welcome new NNP graduates and offer a sign-on bonus to both new and experienced NNPs!
Come join the largest NICU in the Upper Midwest!
License/Certification requirements: Current MN RN License, Current BLS Certification, Current NRP. Completed advanced training program and is certified by NCC as a neonatal nurse practitioner. 2 years level III NNP experience preferred. Ability to work well independently and as a team member. Uphold NNP best practices in all practice environments. Flexibility.