In accordance with professional standards of care and adhering to corporate philosophy of OSFMG, the advanced practice nurse/physician assistant shall be responsible for:
Providing high quality patient care to the patients of OSF.
Providing such professional Advanced Practice services.
Maintaining the consistency and quality of all services provided to the Practice and its patients.
Maintaining full and current patient medical records, including reports of all examinations, procedures, and other services performed by Provider or other support staff.
Exercising diligence in assisting the Ministry CEO in keeping costs of the Practice to a minimum while maintaining a high level of quality care for patients.
Providing a truly personalized, patient-centric experience to patients of the Practice and the OSF Hospital aligned to the patient's preferences, goals and needs.
This position provides direct interactions with staff at LCMMC related to palliation. Will be a part of an interdisciplinary team addressing end of life needs as well as assist in symptom management related to chronic conditions.
Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide patient care that is appropriate to the ages of the patients served.
Licensed to provide either an advanced practice nursing services in the State of Illinois as issued by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation in accordance with the Illinois Nurse Practice Act] OR [physician assistant services as issued by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation in accordance with the Illinois Physician Assistant Practice Act of 1987 ("Act")
Licensed by the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration and State of Illinois for prescribing of narcotics.
Experience is preferred however; new graduates will be considered.
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