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NEW! Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, General Surgery - Dallas, TX
This leading academic children’s hospital currently has an opportunity for a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in General Surgery, where comprehensive surgical care is provided to newborns, infants, children and adolescents.  The PNP in the General Surgery inpatient and outpatient settings will manage the entire patient course (in collaboration with the attending) from admission to discharge.  Responsibilities include performing admission histories and physicals, creating plans of care, initiating referrals and following up on consults to other providers.  This position, with 12 hours/7 coverage and rotating days, nights, weekends and holidays, is open to Acute Care Nurse Practitioners.  It offers nationally competitive salaries, great benefits and a variety of career development opportunities.  Excellent management support, job satisfaction and quality of work life contribute to the success of the staff known for providing world-class pediatric care.

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Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Orthopedics - Cincinnati, OH
Join this leading academic children's hospital and medical center as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner in their Orthopedics Department providing comprehensive family-centered care for infants, children, teens and young adults with orthopedic disorders, conditions, and problems of the musculoskeletal system.  Using their clinical expertise, the PNP in Orthopedics works closely with the orthopedics team using skills in physical assessment, diagnosis, well-child care and management of illness.  They create plans of care, evaluate diagnosis and effectiveness of interventions and treatment, and develop outcomes as measurable goals subject to revision as necessary during the course of treatment.

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, CVICU - Houston, TX
If you are a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner with experience in caring for Cardiovascular patients in the intensive care setting, consider joining the CVICU team at this leading academic children’s hospital in the Southwestern U.S.  In consultation with and under the direct supervision of the attending physician, the PNP in this 21 bed CVICU assesses, evaluates, plans and implements care for children with heart disease, some of whom have undergone heart surgery and others who require mechanical cardiac support or have undergone heart transplantation.  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 PNP is also an educational resource for patients and their families.

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.

Director, Emergency Services and Urgent Care - Northwest Region of the U.S. 
Consider this great opportunity for an urgent care management role at this leading academic children’s hospital in the beautiful Pacific Northwest!  The Director of Emergency Services and Urgent Care has responsibility for directing, managing and evaluating all 24/7 emergency and urgent care services while meeting the hospital’s goals of continuous quality healthcare improvement, excellent customer care and service, program growth and financial objectives.  In this growing, fast-paced, high volume (55,000+ ED and Urgent Care patients/year) health care environment, the experienced, proven nurse leader develops, implements and manages strategic initiatives for operations, facilities, capital and operating budgets and staffing – a plan that considers future trends in treatment, economics and patient needs.  With their excellent communication skills, the Director easily develops interdisciplinary relationships with other healthcare providers and leaders, contributes to various hospital committees and manages special projects relating to program development.

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