Advanced Practice Nurse Neonatal

Associate Provider
1900002P Requisition #
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Neonatal Primary Care Provider
Position Summary
At the general direction of and in collaboration with the Director of the Neonatal Advanced Practice Practitioners (APP) and the Section Chief of Neonatology, the APP will provide primary health care to newborn infants on the CHaD Birthing Pavilion.  In addition, in collaboration with the Medical Director of the Transitional Long-term Care (TLC) clinic, will provide specialty care to infants discharged from the Intensive Care Nursery (ICN) meeting clinic criteria.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
  1. 1.0 Clinical FTE; 0.3 FTE Newborn Nursery coverage (includes weekend coverage), 0.6 FTE TLC coverage (both Lebanon and Manchester clinics), 0.1 FTE DH Retinopathy of Prematurity coordinator
  2. Initiate admission/discharge of Newborn patients (APPs do not have admitting privileges)
  3. Attend deliveries
  4. Perform circumcisions
  5. Obtain history and perform physical examinations in Newborn Nursery and TLC clinic
  6. Review, determine and order appropriate screening and diagnostic tests and studies
  7. Develop and implement treatment plans as appropriate
  8. Prescribe medications, treatments and medical devices as applicable
  9. Provide family-centered care
  10. Perform Developmental Assessments
  11. Provide education and counseling to families regarding the management of Newborn infants and infants being followed in the TLC clinic
  12. Track inpatient and outpatient infants at risk for Retinopathy of Prematurity and ensure appropriate screening and follow up
  13. Provide consultation regarding discharge planning for TLC patients who have been re-admitted to CHaD
Location:  Settings and locations including, but not limited to: DHMC Birthing Pavilion and CHaD Ambulatory Care settings in Lebanon and Manchester
  1. Graduate of an accredited Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Practitioner (APRN) or Physician Assistant (PA) program
  2. National Certification as a Physician Assistant, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner or Neonatal Nurse Practitioner
  3. Eligible for licensure as a PA-C or APRN in the State of New Hampshire
  4. Eligible for DEA number

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