Charlotte, NC, United States
Job ID: 63397
Job Family: Advanced Practice Provider
Specialty: Infectious Disease
Status: Full Time
Detailed Shift and Schedule: Monday-Friday 8am-5pm
Job Type: Regular
Department Name: 25161078032322-Infectious Disease
If it’s possible, you will find it at Atrium Health—the leading community-focused academic healthcare system serving North Carolina and South Carolina. We invite Advanced Practice Providers to discover all that we can do when we bring healing hearts, inquisitive minds and progressive visionaries together in our Infectious Disease team at Atrium Health in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Atrium Health - Carolinas Medical Center, located in Charlotte, NC is looking for an experienced APP with a background either in infectious diseases or hospital-based medicine to join our team.
This position provides a flexible inpatient service with limited weekends and phone call coverage in combination with outpatient clinics. 90% of the clinical care is inpatient with 1-2 outpatient clinics per week. Join a dynamic, multi-disciplinary team providing excellent care to patients with a variety of infectious diseases which includes 2 current APPs.
What you’ll do:
Responsibilities will include the management of inpatients with infectious diseases and outpatient follow up. There is an opportunity to participate in outpatient HIV care as well. The work includes daily rounds with both new patient consults as well as follow up visits, progress notes, discharges, ordering and interpreting diagnostic testing and patient/family education and counseling.
Who you are:
When you join Atrium Health, you will be welcomed into an inclusive culture that celebrates and respects the contributions a diverse team can make together. Practice where your voice is valued, your passion for advancing medicine is rewarded, and you get the resources and support you need to thrive personally and professionally. In our nationally-renowned integrated health system, you can work alongside the most advanced minds in medicine to improve medicine, elevate hope and advance healing—for all.