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The Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant provides comprehensive, family-oriented, outpatient care for clients throughout the life cycle, including health examinations and treatment of medical conditions to include follow-up on problems detected within the confines of Amoskeag Health’s objectives and policies under the direction and supervision of the physicians.
Education: Masters Degree and current New Hampshire Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant license. BLS Certification Required.
Experience: One year of experience as a Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant in a multi-disciplinary team providing primary health care to medically indigent families preferred.
Compensation: The range for this position is $94,000 to $124,000 per year and can increase depending on experience. There is a sign-on bonus for this position. Sign-on bonuses are contingent upon active employment status and a positive performance review.
-Complete comprehensive family-oriented, outpatient care for clients throughout the life cycle, including health examinations, treatment of medical conditions and education.
-Make appropriate referrals to both internal disciplines of Amoskeag Health and/or external agencies for additional services required.
-Provide care to clients with acute illness, therefore, Nurse Practitioners’ schedule will allow for clients to be seen on a same day basis as necessary.
-Assist with the development of clinical policies/protocols for the clients at various ages of the life cycle as needed.
-Provide individual and group health education to clients and families.
-Provide consultation to nurses who triage client telephone calls and walk-ins. Refer clients for specialty services.
-Maintain accurate, timely documentation in clients’ electronic medical records of clients’ contacts, case planning, and plan of care.
Medical, Dental, Vision, 403B with Company Match, Paid Time Off, Life Insurance, Continuing Education Opportunities and more!
Amoskeag Health has a policy strongly encouraging full vaccination per CDC guidelines, including COVID 19/Booster. Annual influenza vaccination is required. Staff may request a reasonable accommodation for a religious or medical exemption from these policies, but such a request is not a guarantee that the accommodation can be made.