Advanced Practice Provider III/UKHC
The Advanced Practice Provider III/ Critical Care is a member of the Pediatric Critical Care Medicine team and has as his/her primary responsibility collaboration with the attending physician in patient and service management.
The APP III is a PRINCIPAL INTENSIVE CARE PROVIDER (staff resident-independent intensive care service of patients) and may also manage a caseload of critically-ill, complex patients. The APP III is under the direct supervision of the Pediatric Critical Care Medicine APP supervisor and Pediatric Critical Care Medicine division chief, and functions in collaboration with the Pediatric Critical Care Medicine Division Attending physicians.
The APP III has specialized skill and knowledge related to the unique care of acutely and critically ill pediatric patients within the PICU as well as any other location in which the Pediatric Critical Care Medicine team is providing care for these patients. The APP III contributes to excellence in patient care, research, teaching, consulting, and provides leadership to the organization.
The Pediatric Critical Care Medicine APP III functions in collaboration with the Pediatric Critical Care Medicine attending physician to coordinate care of all Pediatric Critical Care Medicine patients, as well as to meet individual patient care needs as determined in collaboration with the attending physician.
Obtain patient health histories, request outside records and perform complete physical examinations. Document findings noting pertinent normal and abnormal findings. Document in medical records and appropriate narrative summaries.
Order and interpret appropriate diagnostic and laboratory tests. Perform approved therapeutic or diagnostic procedures based upon patient's clinical status. Document patient preparation and response to procedure(s).
Request professional consultation and be available to consulting service. Formulate and implement treatment plan for acute illness management in collaboration with the designated primary supervising physician and/or attending back-up physician(s).
Utilize current research and evidence-based decision-making in all clinical practice. Utilize prescriptive privileges as allowed by the Kentucky Boards of Medical Examiners and Nursing. Documents all prescriptions in patient's medical record.
Assess patient for change in status and institute appropriate interventions. Initiate necessary emergency interventions to stabilize patient.
Advanced Practice Provider III/UKHC
7H654:PEDIATRICS - WERNER CRITICAL CARE
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Required Related Experience
Required License/ Registration/Certification
For Nurse Practitioner applicants, active Kentucky Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) license.
For Nurse Practitioner applicants, acute care certification is preferred.
For Physician Assistant applicants, current National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) certification and active Kentucky Physician Assistant (PA) license.
Employment is contingent upon the University's verification of credentials as required by state law and University policies.
On feet for extended periods of time. Requires heavy lifting, pushing or pulling of objects > 50 lb.
Does this position have supervisory responsibilities?
Experience in pediatric critical care medicine preferred.
Deadline to Apply
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- * University of Kentucky HealthCare recognizes a set of values that guide us in our daily interactions. By applying for a position within UK Healthcare, you are indicating your commitment and expressing your agreement to our five values. These values are diversity, innovation, respect, compassion, and teamwork. Please choose one of the UK Healthcare values and give a specific example when you exhibited this quality in your professional experience.
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- * Are you currently licensed by the state of Kentucky as a Nurse Practitioner or eligible to obtain license within the next nine months, or are you currently certified as a Physician Assistant by the (NCCPA) National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants or eligible to obtain certification within the next nine months? (In order to be eligible, applicant must have graduated from an accredited program or be scheduled to graduate within six months of the application.)
- * For Nurse Practitioner applicants, do you have a current certification in Acute Care, or are eligible to obtain this by date of hire?
- I am a Physician Assistant
- * Do you have paid employment experience working in Pediatrics in a health care setting?
- * Describe your pediatric work experience as it relates to the major job responsibilities in the job summary for this position. Focus on pediatric experience in the critical or acute care setting.
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- * Where did you first see this position advertised other than on UK's online employment system?
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- Institute for Diversity in Health Management
- A Colleague, Friend and/or Family Member
- None of the Above
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