Nurse Practitioner, or PA-C Urgent Care Clinics .6
Provides medical care in the ED/Urgent Care and After-Hours Clinic so that there is coordination of care with patients and attending physicians, and collaboration with nursing, pediatric and other medical and surgical subspecialty services, community physicians and ancillary health team providers. Ensure the quality of all patient care and service, incorporating patient centered care and quality standards, and integration of these services with Seattle Children's goals, vision and philosophy.
ARNP: Requires applicant to have a Master's in Nursing, a State of Washington RN License, a State of Washington ARNP license (PNP or FNP), active Drug Enforcement Authority Registration, current national certification as a pediatric or family nurse practitioner, prescriptive authority in Washington State Current BLS and able to perform CPR and a PALS certification within 90 days of hire.
PA: Graduate of an accredited Physician Assistant Program, Current State of Washington Physician Assistant license, Certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician or board eligible for certification, Current BLS and able to perform CPR. PALS certification within 90 days of hire
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