Allegheny Health Network
Job Description :
Performs the clinical activities of the APP and supervises the clinical execution of other APP staff with that department and/or manages a clinical program.
- Performs duties as assigned or required within an APP role, consistent with APP scope of practice, appropriate training and knowledge as per the APP department job description. (50%)
- Represents as a clinical resource of the department. (5%)
- Participates in recruiting, interviewing and on-boarding new APPs to the department. (10%)
- Coordinates staff development, on-going education, APP CME approval. (10%)
- Supervises APP staff; conducts frequent touchpoints and goal setting for performance evaluation. (10%)
- Ensures APP staff compliance with system and regulatory standards. (5%)
- Participates in Network credentialing and privileging reviews. (2%)
- Reviews and approves APP department scheduling and student rotation requests. (3%)
- Schedules and conducts quarterly APP meetings and participates in department meetings. (3%)
- Communication with Network Institute Chief APP and Network APP Directors routinely with updates and department development needs. Participates in Network APP Leadership meetings and development. (2%)
- Other duties as assigned.
- Graduate from an ARC-PA accredited program and certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants or Graduate from a PA State Board of Nursing Approved Master’s or Post Master’s program
- 3-5 years of clinical experience
- State of Pennsylvania Prescriptive Authority
- CPR certification
- ACLS certification
- Current PA Physician Assistant License. On-going successful recertification (NCCPA) as PA-C or Current PA RN license and National Board Certification for Nurse Practitioners through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) or American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC)
- 1-3 years experience within specialty area with certification or completion of specialty certification within one year
- 1-3 years previous supervisory experience
- DEA license
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