The Nurse Practitioner is an active member of the multidisciplinary team focusing and coordinating care for their departmental or disease centric specialty. The
Nurse Practitioner coordinates the care of the population seen in their specific department and or center. The Nurse Practitioner will be an active
member of the Hospitalist team. He or she will work with and collaborate with the Hospitalist physicians to provide patient care for adult in-patients on the unit.
Opportunity for medical exposure through patient comorbidities, patient consults on medical units and daily interaction with medical doctors who co-manage and round daily on patients.
Graduate of an approved school of professional nursing.
Master of Science in Nursing.
Nurse Practitioner Psychiatry degree – Required
Current Pennsylvania CRNP license.
Current Pennsylvania RN license.
Current Healthcare Provider CPR certification required.
Two – five years experience preferred
Base Salary – $100,000 to $110,000
Full-time Benefits – Full
Relocation Assistance Available – Yes
Commission Compensation – No
Bonus Eligible – No
Overtime Eligible – No
Interview Travel Reimbursed – No
Less than 1 year experience
Seniority Level – Entry
Management Experience Required – No
Minimum Education – Master’s Degree
Willingness to Travel – Never
The Senior Behavioral Health Program is a 20-bed, inpatient care unit serving older adults who seek behavioral health services and require a short inpatient stay. Treatment is available for a variety of conditions including, but not limited to depression, psychosis, bipolar disorder, anxiety, dementia with behaviors and schizophienia.