White Plains Hospital has a reputation for both clinical excellence and outstanding personalized care. The state-of-the-art hospital is a twelve-time winner of the Consumer Choice Award, an honor given to the nation’s top hospitals by the National Research Corporation, and received Magnet re-designation in 2016 from the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC). It is also the only hospital in New York State to be included by Soliant Health in its 20 Most Beautiful Hospitals in the United States for 2016.
Working primarily in our Center for Cancer Care, the Nurse Practitioner (NP) will provide services within our Pain and Palliative Care Program. You will be responsible for developing the program in collaboration with the attending physician and interdisciplinary team. As an expert in this area of practice, the ideal candidate will act as a resource person, consultant, educator and facilitator for the entire Health Care Team. The NP will also provide clinical, educational and emotional support as appropriate to patients of all ages and their families dealing with acute and chronic diseases, pain management, or with others who would benefit from palliative care interventions.
Master’s Degree in Nursing from an accredited school.
Current NYS license to practice as a Registered Professional Nurse.
Current NYS certification as a Nurse Practitioner (Adult/Geriatric or Family).
Minimum two years’ experience in an acute care setting and at least one year of Palliative Care experience are required.
In addition to the above, experience in Critical Care is preferred.
Excellent communication and leadership skills required.
We offer a competitive starting salary with world class benefits and are conveniently located 20 miles north of NYC, offering suburban family life, and easy access to NJ and CT. For more information, please visit our website and click on “Careers” in the “About” tab, or email your resume to:
David Bigham, Human Resources Director, WPPA/Physicians
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