Neonatology APP (Part Time) - Atrium Health Levine Children's
Charlotte, NC, United States
Job ID: 8231
Job Family: Advanced Practice Provider
Status: Part Time
Shift Details: Regular
Department Name: 27321005032811-Neonatology
Location: AH CMC Main - 1000 Blythe Blvd
Neonatal APP – Part Time
Atrium Health Levine Children’s Hospital in Charlotte, NC is seeking a part time highly skilled and motivated Neonatal Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant who has completed a Neonatal Fellowship, to join our team of Advanced Practice Providers (APPs).
Levine Children’s Hospital in beautiful Charlotte, North Carolina, is a state-of-the-art facility opened in 2007. Committed to be the region’s leading provider of pediatric health care services, LCH has 11 floors and 234 inpatient beds.
- Our Level IV neonatal unit is comprised of a 32-bed neonatal progressive (convalescent) care nursery (NPCN) and a 53-bed neonatal intensive care nursery (NICN). Our neonatal unit is a regional referral center offering Total Body Cooling, ECMO, CT Surgery Services and all Subspecialty Services. Our Neonatal APPs are specifically trained and proficient in the provision of neonatal care under the direct supervision of Neonatologists working for Levine Children’s Neonatology Service Line. The Neonatal APP is responsible for evaluating, stabilizing, and treating patients with both acute and chronic illness. This includes but is not limited to the care of patients requiring ventilatory management, pre and post-operative patients, infants with severe and or complex congenital anomalies and life-threatening illness. In addition, this includes evaluation, stabilization, and initiating cardiopulmonary resuscitation in our labor and delivery unit and in the emergency room. The Neonatal APP is also involved in the admission and discharge process.
- This position is an opportunity to become part of an outstanding and dynamic team of Neonatal APPs are involved in quality improvement, research initiatives and education of NNP students and Pediatric, OB and Pediatric ED Fellows.
- 24/7 Unit Coverage Shared Among 29 Neonatal Advanced Practice Providers
- Day, Evening, Night and Weekend coverage; No call
- Weekend Coverage Begins Friday at 7pm through Monday at 7am.
- Just 8 Weekend Shifts a quarter
- Competitive Base Salary – Including Night and Weekend Shift Differential Income and Holiday Incentive; Relocation and a Full Comprehensive Benefit Plan
- Eligible for incentive pay for additional shifts, PTO and Performance Incentive Bonuses
- $1500/1 standard work week for CME
- Graduate of an accredited NNP program or accredited Physician Assistant program with completion of a post graduate fellowship in neonatology. Current license to practice or eligible to practice as a NP or PA in North Carolina. Current prescriptive privileges and DEA license required. BLS for healthcare provider from AHA required. AAP Neonatal Resuscitation Program provider or instructor status required. PALS certification preferred.
- Master’s degree required for NPs and PAs or doctorate in nursing practice. NNP Certification from the National Certification Corporation (new graduates may apply before certification granted but employment contingent upon certification) or PA-C credential.
- New graduate and experienced NNPs may apply. Experienced PAs or those just completing a post graduate fellowship in neonatology may apply
- Candidates must demonstrate appropriate critical thinking and interpersonal skills for working in a fast paced, high acuity, high census work environment. Ability to thoroughly evaluate maternal, fetal and neonatal history and perform thorough physical assessment, developing and articulating a sound plan of care. Able to demonstrate competency in core skills of the NNP role including endotracheal intubation and airway management, umbilical line insertion, arterial puncture and peripheral arterial line placement, needle thoracentesis and chest tube insertion, lumbar puncture, ventricular access device (not cardiac) aspirations, and exchange transfusion. Able to evaluate, assess, and monitor for neonatal co-morbidities.
- NC Compact State RN Licensure