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Nurse Practitioner- Brevard

Overview and Qualifications
Role Summary: Provides diagnosis, treatment, consultation, and follow-up under a supervising physician in compliance with the North Carolina Board of Nursing for Palliative Care Services.
This position is responsible for the provision of palliative care consultations in the community in collaboration with a palliative care physician and interdisciplinary team.
Consultations require the provider to facilitate clarification of patient and family goals of care in addition to the evaluation and management of symptoms.
This position is responsible for facilitating access to supportive care services, provides expertise in pain and symptom management, and adheres to the practice of confidentiality regarding patients, families, staff, and the organization.
Call and weekend rotation is required.
Required Education: Completion of an accredited Nurse Practitioner program.
Certifications: Must have and maintain current Nurse Practitioner licensure as registered nurse with the North Carolina Board of Nursing. eNLC (Enhanced Nurse Licensure Compact) license may apply, licensee should confirm with NCBON.
Certification: Certified or recertified by the National Board of Certification and Recertification for Nurse Practitioners. Certificates: BLS Healthcare Provider, ACLS for Adult Providersand/or PALS for Pediatric Providers
Required Experience: None
Preferred Experience: Two years experience as a nurse practitioner; knowledge of automated patient record management systems; knowledge of dictation equipment.

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