111285 - (NP) Nurse Practitioner - Outpatient BMT
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#111285 (NP) Nurse Practitioner - Outpatient BMTFiling Deadline: Mon 9/27/2021
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Under general supervision of the Blood and Marrow Transplant (BMT) attending physician and APP Supervisor, the Nurse Practitioner (NP) provides primary medical management for oncology/BMT patients (outpatient). Leads by example demonstrating professional image and Advance Practice core competencies. Acts as a liaison within the BMT Program to promote consistent medical management of the patients across the health care continuum by collaborating with the multidisciplinary care team. Performs specialized procedures such as bone marrow biopsy, lumbar puncture and skin biopsy. Presents patient cases during daily rounds and at the weekly BMT Clinical meetings. Provides patient/family and staff education. Supports the development and revision of BMT divisional policies and procedures. Participates in and/or initiates research. Participates in community outreach and networking with community physicians and other health care professionals. May provide care to BMT patients in the outpatient setting at Moores Cancer Center. Develops and expands role responsibilities as patient and system needs change.
Depending on experience of the selected candidate, this position will be hired at the NPI or NPII level.
Must be a graduate from an accredited nurse practitioner program.
California Registered Nurse (RN) license, California Nurse Practitioner (NP) license, and Furnishing License Certification.
Current NP Specialty Certification from one of the following Nursing Boards: AANP, ANCC, NCC, PNCB, AACN.
BLS/CPR certification at time of hire with commitment to get BART within 6 months of hire date.
Minimum six (6) months recent working NP experience in oncology and/or BMT. If insufficient applicant pool department may consider recent NP graduates with prior RN experience in oncology. Due to advanced practice credentialing eligibility, NP work experience must be within the past two years.
Demonstrated experience diagnosing and treating oncology patients, preferably Blood and Marrow Transplant patients.
Demonstrates knowledge of BMT process and hematological blood cancers, including knowledge of pathology of patient population, expected outcomes, normal and abnormal lab results. Demonstrates knowledge of administration of chemotherapy and other common blood & marrow transplant medications.
Demonstrated experience performing initial history and physical examination; identifying major medical problems, and formulating appropriate plans of action.
Demonstrated experience performing diagnostic tests, exams, procedures used in adult medicine. Knowledge of the purpose of these tests and infection control mechanisms.
Demonstrated experience providing patient education and counseling and developing and implementing long- and short-range treatment plans. Comfortable in a group teaching setting.
Demonstrated ability to interact effectively with diverse population, including professional and non-professional staff. Demonstration of a high level of professionalism and excellent communication skills.
Excellent organizational skills in order to rapidly prioritize activities in a high-volume, dynamic, multiple demand hospital setting.
Demonstrated strong computer skills and knowledge of PCIS/Epic for retrieval of patient data (computer skills required; PCIS/Epic preferred).
Proficiency in documentation of patient conditions and outcomes.
Demonstrated critical thinking skills and experience independently solving problems and making recommendations.
Ability to understand the medical as well as psych-social needs of a patient population with cancer.
Exhibits willingness to develop and expand role responsibilities as patient and system needs change.
Ability to function as part of an interdisciplinary team. Demonstrated leadership skills with ability to motivate team members.
Experience with related procedures such as bone marrow biopsy, lumbar puncture and skin biopsy.
Must be able to work various hours and locations based on business needs.
Employment is subject to a criminal background check and pre-employment physical.
Must be able to obtain UCSD Medical Staff privileges and maintain during employment.
Current University of California NPIII employees may be hired at the NPIII level pending review and approval by Health Human Resources and the UCSD Advanced Practice Council.
Job offer is contingent on successful engagement in the UC COVID-19 Vaccination program (fully vaccinated with documented proof or approved exception/deferral).
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