Req #: 179727 Department: HARBORVIEW - RODEO TEAM (INPT. RAPID O.R. EVAL) Posting Date: 10/12/2020 Closing Info: Open Until Filled Salary: 90% to 100% of $8144/mo - $12,744/mo DOE Shift: First Shift Notes: We offer an excellent benefits package. click here. Please note that these positions are currently 100% FTE. In the future it is possible the work schedule would reduce to 90% FTE. Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant. Inpatient Rapid OR Decision Evaluation & Optimization (RODEO) Team (Nurse Practitioner, ARNP or PA-C, Physician Assistant) Harborview Medical Center (HMC) is looking for innovative and responsible Advanced Practice Providers (APPs) (ARNP, Nurse Practitioners or PA-Cs, Physician Assistants) to join our inpatient preoperative evaluation and optimization team. The "RODEO Team" APP serves as the key provider on our professional team of clinical experts dedicated to improving patient care and surgical outcomes. The RODEO Team APP position requires hard work and a willingness to function on the cutting-edge of improved patient care as we work to create a new way of evaluating and optimizing patients scheduled for non-elective and emergent inpatient surgeries at Harborview Medial Center. In addition to seeing inpatients at Harborview as a part of the RODEO team, the RODEO APP will be a vital, participating member of the new team charged with creating innovative approaches to optimizing patients for surgery. This position will report to the Harborview Medical Director or designee. Shift: 5:30-7am to 3:30-5:00pm Mon-Thursday to start This position will include some night shifts as well; as well as some holiday and week-end coverage. Job Responsibilities and Duties • Evaluate patients requiring urgent or emergent surgeries and be responsible for workup and optimization of perioperative patients • Workup to include but not limited to: review of medical and surgical history, review of medications, order and interpret labs, diagnostic tests and imaging and determine patient's readiness for surgery • Consult other healthcare providers (i.e. PCP or cardiology) based on assessment and findings • Communicates findings and patients' readiness for surgery to primary team and anesthesia team/OR. • Work collaboratively with other members of the RODEO team, surgeons, anesthesiologists, resident physicians, operative nursing staff, and pharmacy. • Participate in continuing education, monthly QI meetings and ongoing quality improvement projects. • The APP will work under the supervision of the designated RODEO attending physician. Desired Qualities and Attributes • Proven performer looking for a new challenge • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team • Responsible, thorough, detail-oriented, focused on quality • Ability to work in a dynamic and fast paced environment with strong problem solving skills • Flexible, adaptable, comfortable with changing conditions • Great with interpersonal relationships working with a wide variety of providers • Personable, engaging, patient-focused • A life-long learner consistently working to expand your knowledge and skills • Strong desire to be part of a new team working to change the way we care for surgery patients Requirements University of Washington is an affirmative action and equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, among other things, race, religion, color, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, sex, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.