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APP- Transplant Surgery Outpatient - Charlotte, NC

Charlotte, NC, United States
Job ID: 103230
Job Family: Advanced Practice Provider
Specialty: Surgery, Specialty
Status: Full Time
Shift: Day
Detailed Shift and Schedule: Daytime M-F
Job Type: Regular
Department Name: 31721013430156-Surgical Services

Overview

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 Transplant Surgery team at Atrium Health-Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. 

  

The Transplant Surgery Advanced Practice Provider (APP) will join a team of world-renowned Abdominal Transplant Surgeons and highly experienced Advanced Practice Providers (APP) who are committed to delivering exceptional care to treat diseases of the liver, kidney, and pancreas with transplantation. The Transplant Surgery Advanced Practice Provider (APP) will provide comprehensive clinical care to transplant patients and donors in the pre-, peri-, and post-transplant phases of care.  

 

Job Summary  


The APP will function primarily in the outpatient setting caring for acute and chronically ill patients and will have a regular clinic schedule to see pre transplant evaluations, waitlisted patients, and post operative follow up patients.  The patient population would include complex surgical diseases and disorders of the liver, pancreas, and kidney. Additional responsibilities include patient education on disease and transplantation process, pre- and post-operative care, and discharge instructions.  

The Outpatient APP will be primarily scheduled in the outpatient clinic and will participate in weekend rotation coverage for in-patient acute care rounds and intermittent call on weeknights and weekends. The APP would preferably have the experience and background to independently initiate and follow through on the assessment and workup of surgery or transplant patients. 

 

Essential Functions 

  • Primarily functions in the outpatient setting, but able to care for patients in any phase of care, including inpatient (pediatric and adult) 
  • Participates in surgical evaluation and peri-operative and post op care of living donors 
  • Performs initial and periodic medical history, physical examinations.  
  • Records findings of examinations, assessments and plan of care.  
  • Completes evaluation for eligibility for transplant listing and intermittent evaluation while on waitlist. 
  • Participates in care management meetings for pre, periop and post op care planning 
  • Maintains awareness of patient monitoring and responds appropriately to potential complications. 
  • Describes the assessment and management of acute trauma. 
  • Responds appropriately to emergency conditions. 
  • Assist with new consults and admissions.  
  • Daily assessment on intensive care, progressive, and floor patients  
  • Determine treatment plans for complex and high-risk transplant patients in collaboration with a multidisciplinary team.  
  • Writes appropriate prescriptions and administers medications. 
  • Orders and interprets daily laboratory and radiology examinations.  
  • Documents all patient encounters, records observations, interventions, and actions in a medically appropriate manner on the patient's medical record.  
  • Attends, participates, and contributes to group/practice meetings and development of standard procedures for department.  
  • Participates in evidence-based research and publishing initiatives to improve the care of transplant patients. 

  

Education, Experience and Certifications 

Must have or be eligible for a DEA license. Approved to practice as a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant in the state one works. Eligible for prescriptive authority application through the Board of Nursing or Medical Board in NC required. BLS for Healthcare Provider from AHA required with expiration date greater than 90 days from date of beginning practice. Demonstrates appropriate critical thinking, interpersonal skills, and the ability to prioritize and make proactive decisions. 

Nurse Practitioner: Master’s Degree or Doctor of Nursing Practice required. License to practice as a Registered Nurse required. Certification in the area of practice from a nationally recognized certifying body is required. Acute Care board certification required based upon population and acuity served. 

Physician Assistant: Graduate from an accredited Physician Assistant program required, master's degree preferred. Certification from the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants preferred. 

 

 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. 

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