Pediatric Advanced Practice Jobs - Top 5 for Friday!

Top jobs for PNPs, PAs, NNPs, and CNSs!


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Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Day Surgery Pre-Anesthesia - Houston, TX
The Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with experience in pediatric surgery will want to consider this great opportunity with a leading children’s academic hospital doing pre-anesthesia evaluation and testing for children prior to surgery or interventional treatments in the Day Surgery Unit to ensure there are no potential problems that could occur during or following the procedure.  Responsibilities of the PNP in Day Surgery Pre-Anesthesia include obtaining patient histories, conducting physical examinations and ordering, performing and interpreting diagnostic tests.  In addition to collaborating with other members of the healthcare team, the PNP provides education and support to patients and their families throughout the surgical experience.  The advanced practice nurse in this role is also responsible for staff education, research, consultation and clinical practice evaluation.

Pediatric Clinical Nurse Specialist, Cardiology - Cincinnati, OH
The Clinical Nurse Specialist with experience in pediatric cardiac care will want to consider this opportunity to join the multidisciplinary team in the Heart Institute of this leading children's hospital medical center.  The CNS in Cardiology is an expert clinician, educator, consultant, change agent and researcher.  The many roles of this nurse leader include responsibilities for evaluation of current clinical practices, and leading quality improvement initiatives that will ensure superior care delivery for patients with complex cardiac conditions.  They identify gaps in knowledge, skills and competencies of nursing staff and participate in education and training that will improve the quality of care and lead to optimal clinical outcomes.  They mentor and support the professional development of peers and nursing staff through introducing opportunities for new learning experiences that support their roles and lead to enhanced quality of care.

Neonatal Nurse Practitioner  - Pittsburgh, PA
If you are a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner with experience working in a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, consider joining this leading women’s hospital in their Neonatology ICU.  This NNP will work in a Level III NICU providing primary health care and emergency services to high-risk newborns and infants including obtaining histories, performing physical exams and interpreting lab, radiographic and clinical data for developing plans of care under physician supervision.

Pediatric Physician Assistant, Pediatric Intensive Care Unit - Houston, TX
This is a great opportunity for the Pediatric Physician Assistant with experience in caring for children in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit to join the PICU team at this leading academic children’s hospital.   In consultation with and under the direct supervision of the attending physician, the PA in this PICU assesses, evaluates, plans and implements comprehensive medical or surgical care for children who have been injured, undergone surgery or are undergoing special diagnostic procedures.  Additional responsibilities of this advanced practice provider include initiating and changing orders for tests and patient care based on the condition of the patient, and identifying and documenting changes or abnormal findings in the condition of patients using appropriate problem solving skills and experience.  The PA is also an educational resource for patients and their families.

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Cardiology Inpatient - Phoenix, AZ

The cardiology team at this leading children’s hospital has an opportunity for a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner to join them in caring for children with congenital or acquired heart disease.  Their Heart Center provides a full range of comprehensive cardiac health care for infants, children and adolescents, treating the most complex cases and sickest children in their world-class cardiology facilities.  Responsibilities of the PNP in Cardiology include but are not limited to obtaining health histories, performing physical examinations, formulating plans of care and treatment, performing diagnostic and therapeutic interventions and procedures, and participating in patient/family education.

To inquire about these jobs visit Melnic Consulting Group or contact: Jill Gilliland 800-886-7906 jill@melnic.com

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