Join our dynamic Radiology team as a Nurse Practitioner Supervisor!
The NP functions in an interdependent role by implementing the appropriate “standardized procedures” (SP). The NP provides and coordinates the care of Interventional Radiology patients, provides patient/family education and promotes safe continuity of care. Participate in interdisciplinary and clinical rounds, provide education and support as well as make appropriate referrals. Document services rendered.
In addition, this role supervises the practice and performance of a group of NPs caring and performing consultations for the Radiology population. The NP III Supervisor functions as an expert in formulating medical diagnosis, plan of care, developing Standardized Procedures, Protocols and other related patient care issues. This position directs the daily operation of care services provided by nurse practitioners with the focus on the provision of prompt and effective delivery of care. In addition, the administrative responsibilities include recruitment, education, promotion and evaluation of NPs.
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MSN/DNP with NP specialty in FNP, Adult, or Acute Care - required. Acute Care NP preferred.
Active CA RN and NP license-required.
Active BLS and ACLS certification-required.
National Certification in NP specialty-required.
Minimum of 5 years experience as NP-required.
Previous supervisory experience- preferred.
Previous Radiology experience- preferred.
Ability to travel between the Westwood and Santa Monica campuses as well as other UCLA Health sites -required.
Ability to develop and monitor complex and comprehensive plans of care Ability to develop, monitor and evaluate clinical protocols, standards of care, P/P and other documents related to patient care Ability to assess educational needs of staff, patient and family Ability to develop and implement educational programs Ability to interview, select and promote and mentor nurse practitioner staff Ability to supervise clinical performance of staff and contribute to evaluation Ability to consult on a broad spectrum of professional nursing practice issues including but not limited to: nursing practice performance standards, program development, professional practice models, research utilization models, system change strategies and professional development Ability to conduct and utilize research Ability to apply principles of change theory and systems theory to implement innovative patient care practices system-wide Ability to evaluate clinical and financial outcomes
UCLA is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.
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