SCHEDULE: PRN/Per Diem
Mountain View Hospital's physical location is the greatest recruiting asset and liability. Most want to come here, because of the community feel or the family they have in the area. The staff, Managers and Admin work very hard to make the work place a family oriented place to work.
Advanced Nurse Practitioner: PRN shifts
Provides care to patients following established clinical standards and practices. The Nurse Practitioner will work autonomously as well as collaboratively with the entire team to ensure the delivery of high quality and efficient health care. The APRN demonstrates knowledge and skills in the care of patients. Each service also requires specialized skills. The delivery of care is based on criteria that is age appropriate and is based on the physical, psychosocial, cultural, safety, and learning needs of the individual patients. The APRN may be asked to float to areas other than his/her assigned service area, and will perform only those duties for which he/she has demonstrated competency. The APRN performs delegated duties consistent with the scope of practice and functions within the philosophy and overall plan of care Mountain View Hospital
The psychiatric nurse will administer medications, usually under doctor’s orders. She/He must be able to quickly deal with and assess the needs of the patients and to develop solutions; treatments that may need to fluctuate rapidly if the patients’ mental state changes. The psychiatric nurse will be involved with developing psychiatric care programs; educating other nursing students, doctors, and patients and their families; and balance these functions with direct patient care. She/He will participate in consultations groups at the facility sharing cases and supporting other professionals in the group.
He/She still must be well-versed in patient care for a variety of different mental disabilities and dysfunctions, and they must be able to provide fast and efficient nursing care for sometimes dangerous patients. He/She may be required to deal with crisis intervention and treatment.
- Possession of a Registered Advance Nurse Practitioner License required
Possession of an active National Certification from an accrediting board. (IE: American Academy of Nurse Practitioners – AANP, American Nurses Credentialing Center Commission on Certification – ANCC, Pediatric Nurse Certification Board – PNCB, etc.).
One year clinical experience preferred.
Graduation of an accredited school of nursing.
Successful completion of an accredited Nurse Practitioner program.
Current BLS certification (available after hire).
Current ACLS and PALS certification preferred. Must obtain ACLS and PALS certification within 1 year from date of hire and then maintain certification.