The Sleep Nurse Practitioner is a member of the Sleep Physician team providing care for patients and families and serving as a resource to patient care providers. The Nurse Practitioner's main function is to assess, plan, evaluate, implement, and coordinate care of patients under the direction of the sleep physician panel. Age appropriate care is provided to patients and families. Supports and implements patient safety and other safety practices as appropriate.
Graduate from an accredited school of nursing required. Masters or doctorate degree in nursing with formal training as a nurse practitioner in the same specialty area of practice in which they are certified.
Minimum of three years direct patient care experience (RN or NP) in the area of internal medicine, family practice, geriatrics, oncology, or other related medical specialty. Experience in acute care is preferred. Demonstrated competence in teaching, organization, leadership, communication and research.
Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of Minnesota required.
Current licensure as an APRN (Advanced Practice Registered Nurse) in the State of Minnesota required.
Certified as a Nurse Practitioner in area of specialty required.
Masters or Doctorate education preparation.
Current American Heart Association (AHA) BLS Healthcare Provider card required per established policy. Memorandum of understanding as outlined by the Board of Nursing.
Successful completion of medical staff office credentialing must be completed prior to working without a preceptor.
Successful completion of third party payor credentialing must be completed prior to billing for services.
A valid Minnesota driver's license, a driving record in good standing, and the minimum amount of insurance liability coverage may be required.
CentraCare Health has made a commitment to diversity in its workforce and all individuals, including, but not limited to, individuals with disabilities, are encouraged to apply.
72-80 hrs/pp; e/o wknd and holiday