Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant Emergency Medicine
- Location: Waseca, MN
- Posted: Aug 5, 2019
Caring for 4,800 patients per year, the Waseca Hospital Emergency Department is a Critical Access Hospital. NP PAs provide sole 24/7 practice coverage in 12 hour shifts. The NP PA serves as an independent provider, collaborates with offsite physician and works with a variety of other healthcare professionals. The NP PA will provide comprehensive assessment, diagnosis, ordering, conducting and interpreting diagnostic tests, prescription of pharmacological agents, and patient education. The NP PA will also perform a variety of procedures including laceration repair, I&D, and lumbar puncture, etc. Our practice is unique in that we start with an onboarding process that assesses your skillset in order to provide the proper training thats tailored specifically to you. Initial orientation will be in Mankato as this is the main training/orientation site for Mayo Clinics EMs NP PAs within the region. Mayo Clinic values the skills and expertise of the NP/PA in Emergency Medicine and our goal is for you able to practice safely and confidently as a solely provider within our critical access hospitals. We look forward to adding a physician assistant or nurse practitioner to our Emergency Department team practice.
Join a positive, patient-focused environment where you and the physicians become partners and mutual advisors. With supervision and management by both physicians and other NPs and PAs, youre supported by people who understand your professional needs and goals!
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Nurse Practitioner: Masters prepared graduate of an accredited school of nursing and Nurse Practitioner program. Current Minnesota RN and APRN license and certification as a FNP
Physician Assistant: Graduate of accredited Physician Assistant program with current PA certification by NCCPA and registration as a PA by the Minnesota State Board of Medical Practice.
An unrestricted prescriptive authority in Minnesota, (Minnesota Board of Medical Examiners and DEA). BLS, ACLS (CALS and PALS or ATLS) certifications are preferred by the time of starting the position and are required by completion of orientation. Emergency Medicine Fellowship, or 2 years of Emergency Medicine experience is preferred but not required.
- Full Time