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This recognition is one measure of our success in achieving a part of our vision -- to be an organization "where people want to work." Apply now and work together with us to improve the health of those we serve. Position Summary The Nurse Practitioner Specialty Care works in collaboration with the physician in either the inpatient or outpatient setting caring for acute and chronically ill and injured patients. Specialties include Cardiology, Gastroenterology, Pediatrics, OB/GYN, Geriatrics, Psychiatry, Palliative Care, Transplant, Pulmonary, Oncology, Orthopedics, etc. Minimum Qualifications MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Education, Certification, Registration, LicenseBachelor's Degree CPR - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation AANP - AANP ANCC - ANCC CNP - CNP COA - Certificate of Authority as CNS Field of Study: NursingYears of Experience: 3 to 5 SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE Must have a current RN license and maintain this license from the Ohio Board of Nursing Must have a current COA and maintain this license from the Ohio Board of Nursing Must have current certification and maintain this certification from a national certifying body (ANCC, AANP, etc...) Must have graduated from an accredited CNP program (Master's Degree in Nursing and graduate of an accredited post-Master's Nurse Practitioner Program). Must have CPR certification endorsed by the American Heart Association. Three to five years clinical nursing practice in the acute care setting. Requires full prescriptive authority within two years of employment. Additional Job Information Role Objectives: increase patient access to care, provide continuity of care throughout the continuum (ambulatory, infusion, and inpatient areas), and provide evidenced based comprehensive care for patients with cancer and benign hematological conditions. The role focus is dependent upon the campus, area, and needs of the community (e.g., an APRN working in a survivorship clinic role will vary from an APRN working in a medical oncology clinic). The clinical activities performed by the APRN, include, but are not limited to: Performs history and physicals. Conducts comprehensive and focused assessments. Develops and initiates diagnostic and therapeutic plans, under direction of the physician. Orders diagnostic tests and therapeutic modalities (e.g., laboratory testing and imaging) as defined by established parameters or after consultation with the physician. Counsels and instructs patients and significant others as appropriate on medications, disease, and symptom management. Initiates referrals to appropriate physician or other healthcare professionals. Prescribes medications within restrictions of standard care arrangement, Ohio Board of Nursing Formulary, and OhioHealth policies and procedures. Provides continuity of care for patients in ambulatory clinic, Infusion Center or inpatient areas. May perform the following procedures, as dependent upon role and any institutional competencies and according to your delineation of privileges. Activities specific for hematology and oncology populations (note: may vary according to role, campus, and required competencies): Performs diagnostic procedures (e.g., bone marrow aspiration and biopsies). Performs toxicity assessments and reviews laboratory values and other diagnostic tests prior to treatment and communicates findings and/or modifies plan as appropriate. Enters chemotherapy treatment plans for the oncologist to review and sign. Enters therapy plans and signs, in accordance with standard care arrangement. Provides patient education and counseling, including chemotherapy education. Works with clinic and infusion RNs to manage patient issues that occur outside of clinic visits (e.g.,accepting initial calls from triage staff, prescription refills, symptom management, and infusion reactions). Reviews treatment summaries and survivorship care plans with patient. Scheduled Hours Per Week 40 Shift day Equal Employment Opportunity OhioHealth is an equal opportunity employer and fully supports and maintains compliance with all state, federal, and local regulations. 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