An Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner NP is now wanted to act as the midlevel provider at an Inpatient Wound Clinic at a Seattle Metropolitan Area Medical Center.
The Nurse Practitioner for Wound, Ostomy and Continence will be working hand in hand with the Director of Cardiology to further the program and level of care. The Wound NP collaborates with the nursing staff and assists by offering continued education of daily care, risk potential and wound care product knowledge. The Wound Care NP will lead and evaluate nursing practices and stay current on all requirements necessary for WOCN nursing staff.
The Wound Nurse Practitioner will report to the Medical Director and will be supported by two additional Wound NP’s and team of artfully skilled nurses. The Nurse Practitioner must be enthusiastic and excited about caring for patients ranging from pediatric to Geriatric.
The Ostomy NP will work in a large inpatient Wound Care Center, which sees a full spectrum of patients. The Medical Center is a Trauma Center, which sees many patients suffering from complex medical conditions. The Nurse Practitioner functions as a clinical expert in nursing management of the wound care patient.
This Award winning medical center has been part of the community for nearly 100 years, and annually has more than 3,500 newborn deliveries, sees 60,000 annual emergency room visits, and performs 6,000 inpatient and 7,100 outpatient surgical procedures.
The Medical Center is located in the Seattle Metropolitan Area, a region home to a thriving economy, strong housing market, numerous professional athletic teams, renown public and private universities and surrounded endless outdoor activities.
The Medical Center is part of a large and stable healthcare organizations with facilities throughout the region, and is prepared to offer a generous salary, relocation assistance, lucrative bonus potential and a comprehensive benefit plan.