Starting salary $99k + an incentive plan 5-7.5%; otherwise based on experience.
Rotating schedule 3 shifts per week – rotating day/night/weekend.
In collaboration with the cardiac intensive care attending team, the NP/PA/Hospital Physician will serve as a frontline clinician and will be responsible for direct patient care. Patients include neonates, infants, children and young adults who have complex congenital heart disease, acquired heart disease and lung disease who need intensive medical and surgical management. Our surgical patients include those who have received complex congenital heart surgical palliations, heart and lung transplants, ventricular assist devices and extracorporeal support.
The NP/PA/Hospital Physician will be involved in clinical practice, consultation, professional development, education, and research. The clinical portion of this role will require an increased level of accountability, including managing a cohort of high-acuity patients. The Front Line Ordering Clinician NP/PA/Hospital Physician may also be required to utilize invasive interventions and procedures to promote physiologic stability. Additional responsibilities include rotating off-shift coverage, which includes nights, weekends and holidays determined by the clinical needs of the practice environment. The NP/PA/Hospital Physician will also collaborate with teams from specialties including heart failure and transplantation, pulmonary and lung transplantation, cardiac anesthesia, electrophysiology, and cardiac intervention.
The NP/PA/Hospital Physician will also collaborate with teams from specialties including heart failure and transplantation, pulmonary and lung transplantation, cardiac anesthesia, electrophysiology, and cardiac intervention.
The NP/PA/Hospital Physician in this role is required to have acute and critical care education and certification.
- Pediatric Cardiac Intensive Care Unit experience as an NP/ PA or previously as RN
- If NP, needs to be Pediatric Acute Care education and board certification