Our opportunity is for a Front Line Ordering Clinician (FLOC) Inpatient Oncology Nurse Practitioner. This role is the direct care, front line clinician managing both solid and liquid oncology patients who are inpatient for care. The team of FLOC Nurse Practitioners provide strong continuity of care for the patients, family and staff, and work very closely with the rest of the interdisciplinary care team. The FLOC Nurse Practitioners work 3, 13 hour shifts per week, rotating day, night and weekends.
To note, we have separate care teams who manage the Bone Marrow Transplant and Neuro-oncology patients.
Our Nurse Practitioners are part of a larger Advanced Practice Provider Group, made up of over 600 APPs across our enterprise. We offer:
- A transition-to-practice program for all new-to-practice and new-to-CHOP APPs
- An APP Shared Governance structure, including leadership/operations, professional development, clinical practice, research, advocacy and role-based councils
- Innovative educational and professional development opportunities
- A comprehensive, competency-based orientation that is specific to each APP’s role and clinical responsibilities
- An advancement model, where professional development thrives for our APPs as they advance in their practice
Equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, disability or protected veteran.
Pediatric oncology experience required
New graduate Nurse Practitioners welcome
Masters or Doctorate Degree as a Pediatric Acute Care Nurse Practitioner, OR if a Pediatric Primary Care degree, willingness to obtain a post masters or DNP in Pediatric Acute Care.
National board certification in area of education / specialty
Pennsylvania RN, CRNP and prescriptive authority licenses prior to hire