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Nurse Practitioner Exempt - Employee Health/HR
at Montage Health
Full Time (Exempt)
Work Hours: 7:30 - 4 p.m./Mon-Fri
Nurse Practitioner- Employee Health/HR
· Excellent Team Orientated Culture
· Free Gym for Employees onsite
· Employee Commissary
· "Best Place to work in Monterey County" 11 years in a row!
The Nurse Practitioner (NP) is responsible for providing patient care in the provision of employee healthcare services to employees, volunteers, and specified affiliates. Employee health medical services are provided by the NP following established protocols and standards within the NP scope of practice. This is specifically accomplished by performing pre-placement physical assessments and medical surveillance examinations that are job specific, triaging and treating work-related injuries, illnesses, and exposures and performing preventative health measures. The NP orders, interprets, and evaluates diagnostic tests to identify and assess the patient’s illness/injury, treatment, and health care needs. The NP documents findings, formulates treatment plans and prognosis based on patient condition. This position also prescribes and administers drugs and vaccinations. The NP may refer patients for specialized health evaluation or treatment. This position also provides health education relative to employee health services and occupational medicine.
The NP promotes optimum health and safety in the work place and collaborates with other health care professionals (i.e., workers’ compensation specialist, safe patient handling coordinator, infection prevention, safety coordinator, wellness coaches) in assessing and managing health care problems, prevention of injury/illness, and safe return to work. The NP is credentialed via the medical staff process and reports to the Chief Human Resources Officer/designee for administrative direction, policy recommendations, presentations, and staffing questions. In the areas of medical management/treatment, this position reports to the Medical Director of Employee Health Services.
Important dimensions of this position consist of excellence in patient care through observation, assessment, clinical judgment, communication skills and interpersonal relations. Must have demonstrated critical thinking, problem solving, decision-making ability and able to work independently.
• Two years previous experience as a nurse practitioner in occupational health is strongly preferred.
Masters of Science degree in Nursing required for NP role.
State of California Nurse Practitioner license (and Nurse Practitioner Furnishing License), as application. American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS required.
Equal Opportunity Employer