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United Health Services Nurse Practitioner Specialty Care Exempt in Binghamton, New York

Position located at United Health Services Hospitals Neuro Critical Care

Office Hours: Night Shift- working three (3) twelve (12) hour shifts per week and every other weekend. 100% Inpatient

Full-time, exempt and seeking both experienced and new graduate Nurse Practitioners. Focused, collaborative environment

The Nurse Practitioner will provide direct patient care to critically ill and injured patients, collaborating with and under the direction of physicians in the Neuro-Endovascular and Neuro Critical Care Program, following established standards and practices. Minimum requirements: Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with ANCC or AANP certification. Successful completion of an approved Nurse Practitioner program, Three years professional nursing experience in a clinical setting. Ability to react calmly and effectively in emergency situation. CPR, ACLS and PALS certified and must maintain certification during employment. NIH Stroke Scale certification obtained within 3 months of employment commencement. Preferable characteristics: Previous critical care experience (ie. ICU or Emergency Department).

United Health Services Hospitals is a family of health service organizations that exists to improve the health of the communities we serve by developing and maintaining a comprehensive and cost-effective health care system. A not-for-profit organization, located in the Southern Tier of Upstate New York with Primary and Specialty Care offices in many locations throughout Broome, Chenango, Delaware and Tioga counties.

Formed in 1981 through the consolidation of three community hospitals, United Health Services Hospitals employs more than 6,000 people. As a teaching hospital, affiliated with the SUNY Upstate Medical Center in Syracuse, NY and the Binghamton University Health Sciences Center, United Health Services Hospitals trains over 75 physicians per year in residency and fellowship programs.

As a community-based system, the values that guide decision-making and behavior should reflect the culture of its communities and what they expect from their health care system. These values place special demands on all who are part of United Health Services Hospitals.