Hancock Physician Network is adding a Nurse Practitioner, Hospitalist! Opportunity is Monday-Friday with the hours of 8-5.
Nurse Practitioner will be responsible for working closely with the Medical Director of the LTACH department in caring for up to 18 LTACH patients.
Would be responsible for rounding and writing notes and orders on approximately 6-8 patients per day depending on census. In addition, various other involvement with other patients on the unit. This might include assessing a patient with acute problems, speaking with family, speaking with consultants, coordinating care, reviewing records and doing an admission H&P on new patients and handling discharge responsibilities on some patients.
The role would also involve the opportunity to work on clinical quality improvement activities on the LTACH unit.
Critical Care nursing experience or NP, LTACH/Hospitalist or critical care experience is desired.
Hancock Physician Network was established in 1998 and is a partnership between Hancock Regional and St. Vincent Health. HPN is a primary care network of physicians that practice throughout Hancock County providing specialties such as family practice, internal medicine, pediatrics, pulmonary medicine, OB/GYN, surgery, and mental health.
We are based in Greenfield, IN which is 20 miles east of Indianapolis. The mission of the Hancock Physician Network, LLC is to provide quality healthcare services to the residents of the communities it serves. The Hancock Physician Network, LLC seeks to accomplish this through efficient and effective practice operations in partnership with its physicians members.
Greenfield is the county seat of Hancock County and home to 14,000 Hoosiers. With unemployment rates among the lowest in the nation, Greenfield boasts thousands of manufacturing, service, and professional jobs. Greenfield is also home of rich cultural and recreational resources from its schools and library to its parks and historic downtown. Greenfield is close to big city amenities (just 15 minutes east of Indianapolis) but maintains its own small town identity and sense of close knit community.