Education/Certification: Licensed Nurse Practitioner. Maintain current Idaho licensure. National Certification, Federal, DEA, and Idaho Board of Pharmacy certifications. Completes adequate CE/CME as required by licensure and certification. Maintains current certification in BLS, ACLS, and PALS. Works within the scope of practice as defined by the Idaho Board of Nursing. Maintains Medical Staff Privileges. Requires an NPI number.
Experience: Previous nursing experience as an APRN, CNP, or registered nurse (RN) in primary, acute, or intensive care required. Experience with a broad range of patients (ages, acuity levels, disease processes). Experience in Utilization Review and Case Management.
Equipment/Technology: Works with computers, diagnostic Equipment, and medical equipment.
Language/Communication: Communicates well with staff, clients, family members, outside entities, and other medical providers.
Mathematical Skills: Possesses adequate math skills to Calculate dosages and formulas.
Mental Capabilities: Requires a high level of diagnostic thinking, often rapid. Must be able to perform multi-tasking with frequent interruptions. Must be capable of on-the-spot problem solving. Maintains a strong knowledge of up-to-date clinical information. Must be flexible.
Interpersonal: Has the ability to inspire staff to tackle challenging work. Ability to recognize, understand, and address the needs of clients and family members on multiple levels. Ability to communicate well and inspire trust when encountering individuals of all cultures, levels of education, and walks of life. Ability to project a feeling of caring and concern to others.
Performance: Must be able to work efficiently and comply with daily demands. Works well under pressure and able to meet multiple and competing deadlines. Able to work as part of a team who share responsibility for the clients’ well-being and the hospitals operations. Understands the requirements of being a department of a hospital and complies with that level of quality.