**We are looking for a few nurses to join this group. Any license or experience level is acceptable. Please note the costs (below) and be sure you can commit before signing on. We will need the deposit up front, as well as your documentation. Airline reservations should be made by April 15. Balance of payment is due July 1.
If interested, please send Sara a friend request on Facebook using the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org in the search bar - then we can chat about the mission. OR send us an email at email@example.com
Join us for a 13-day (in-country) pediatric medical mission in the southeast Volta Region of Ghana, organized by Healthy Villages, Inc. and Show Me Your Stethoscope (SMYS).This mission will focus on well-child checkups, immunizations, health education, and treating a variety of childhood illnesses.In our October 2016 mission, we treated everything from coughs and colds to severe malaria in children of all ages.On this trip, we would like to add a well-child component.This mission will serve some of the world’s poorest people, who have little or no access to healthcare.We expect to see at least 700 children over 6 ½ days in clinic.
DATES:August 4 through 18 (inclusive of date of departure from the U.S. & date of arrival back in the U.S.).
COST:In-country cost: $2000.Flight cost: approximately $1000 to $1500.Pre-travel costs: approximately $250.Total cost: approximately $3500 (does not include personal expenditures).A $200 non-refundable deposit will be required to secure your place on the mission.This will be deducted from your total cost.
ITINERARY:We will be based in Dogbekope Village, in the southeast corner of Ghana near the Togo border, about a four-hour drive east of Ghana’s capital, Accra.Lodging will be basic hotel accommodations in the nearest small town; meals will be catered local dishes.We will spend six and one-half days in clinic.Every two days, we will rest and take in local sites of interest.Healthy Villages co-director Godfried Agbezudor is an expert in Ghana’s history and traditions and will provide you with a cultural orientation.
FUNDING:Participants will be expected to do their own fundraising to cover costs.We will provide you with ideas for how to go about it. Each participant should plan to pay their own expenses.Healthy Villages, Inc. is a U.S. 501c3 non-profit organization, and your expenses related to the mission are tax deductible.
TRAVEL:Healthy Villages co-director Sara Corry will assist with pre-travel planning.All in-country travel and mission organization will be taken care of by Healthy Villages.Sara and Godfried will be your hosts and will do their best to meet your needs.
Questions? Please contact Sara Corry at firstname.lastname@example.org or (812)272-8060
$10,000/month, short contract 4-5 week positions for NP aboard Maritime ship. Position includes Stateroom and all meals.
Maritime Academy has openings for Family Nurse Practitioners or Physician Assistants to work on our training ship cruises this summer between late April and late July 2017. The ship will be traveling from Vallejo to El Salvador, Maui, Oahu, and Seattle.
The positions are about 4-5 weeks each, although 8-9 weeks positions are a possibility if preferred. The Training Ship Golden Bear (TSGB) summer cruises serve as a seagoing training and educational experience for the students at Cal Maritime and several other maritime academies as part of their preparation for entering maritime related careers.
Cruise 1 starts in Vallejo on 4/19/17 with ports in Sacramento, El Salvador, Maui, Oahu, and Seattle prior to returning to Vallejo on 6/21/17.
The open position of Cruise 2 starts in Vallejo on 6/21/17 with ports in El Salvador and ends in Maui on 7/22.
The sick bay team consists of a physician, an FNP or PA, and a counselor. Having previous ER or urgent care experience and an enjoyment of life at sea are both beneficial.
Nurse Practitioner - Required Education: Academic degree or certificate from an approved college or university-based Nurse Practitioner program or equivalent training and experience as outlined by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) (academic degree or certificate preferred). Incumbents must be clinically competent in a medical specialty applicable to their position and possess sufficient experience to independently perform the duties of a Nurse Practitioner within that specialty.
Required License and Certifications: Possess and maintain a valid California license as a Registered Nurse and a BRN certificate evidencing that the individual is qualified to use the title of Nurse Practitioner, as required by the California Board of Registered Nursing. Incumbents must also must possess and maintain a valid BRN Furnishing Certificate and a valid DEA number and certificate. ACLS required. .
Duties for the position include a scheduled workday of approx. 8am-5pm, and occasional after hours care for treatment of injuries or illness. The physician and NP/PA staff the sick bay and provide basic medical care for a crew of approximately 350 students, staff, and faculty. Other duties include routine student physicals.
There is usually ample time for reading and using the ship's gym. Time in port is split on and off duty with the physician. A private stateroom and meals are provided. Airfare to and from the departure and arrival ports is provided as needed. As this is a training ship for maritime academy students, lodging is available for the medical staff only.
Cruise and Background Check Requirements - A pre-cruise physical exam and drug screen is required to participate on the training cruise.
A background check (including a criminal records check) must be satisfactorily completed before any candidate can be offered a position with the CSU. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who apply for the position.
The person holding this position is considered a 'mandated reporter' under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.
If you have the qualifications and interest in working during the available dates or any questions, please respond via craigslist or via the Cal Maritime HR website https://www.csum.edu/web/hr/sel
WE HAD A COUPLE OF CANCELLATIONS, SO WE HAVE ROOM ON THIS MISSION FOR 2-3 MORE PEOPLE. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU MUST BE FINANCIALLY ABLE TO PAY UPFRONT FOR THE TRIP, AS WELL AS BOOK YOUR PLANE TICKETS. IT'S VERY SHORT NOTICE, BUT IF YOU ARE ABLE AND WOULD LIKE TO JOIN US, PLEASE CONTACT ME DIRECTLY OR APPLY TO THIS JOB POSTING. I CAN BE REACHED BY EMAIL AT email@example.com THANK YOU! Sara
APRIL 2017 – MEDICAL MISSION TO GHANA, WEST AFRICA
JOIN US FOR 13 DAYS IN GHANA!
SHOW ME YOUR STETHOSCOPE and HEALTHY VILLAGES, INC. are partnering to bring a team of 10 nurses and nurse practitioners to remote villages in the Volta Region of Ghana. This mission will bring vitally needed medical interventions to poor villagers who could otherwise not afford care. In October 2016, a Healthy Villages – SMYS mission treated over 800 people. In April 2017, we will treat > 1000 people, as well as provide testing, treatment, and referral for public health concerns like TB, STIs and HIV.
· DATES: April 11 – 26 (inclusive of date of departure from the U.S. & date of arrival back in the U.S.). · COST: In-country cost: $2000. Flight cost: approximately $1000 to $1500. Pre-travel costs: approximately $250. Total cost: approximately $3500 (does not include personal expenditures). A $200 non-refundable deposit will be required to secure your place on the mission. This will be deducted from your total cost. · ITINERARY: We will be based in Dogbekope Village, in the southeast corner of Ghana near the Togo border, about a four-hour drive east of Ghana’s capital, Accra. Lodging will be basic hotel accommodations in the nearest small town; meals will be catered local dishes. We will spend six full days in clinic. Every two days, we will rest and take in local sites of interest. Healthy Villages co-director Godfried Agbezudor is an expert in Ghana’s history and traditions and will provide you with a cultural orientation. · FUNDING: Participants will be expected to do their own fundraising to cover costs. We will provide you with ideas for how to go about it. SMYS and Healthy Villages’ fundraising will be focused on other expenses related to the trip and may provide some assistance to medical volunteers – however, each participant should plan to pay their own expenses. Healthy Villages, Inc. is a U.S. 501c3 non-profit organization, and your expenses related to the mission are tax deductible. · TRAVEL: Healthy Villages co-director Sara Corry will assist with pre-travel planning. All in-country travel and mission organization will be taken care of by Healthy Villages. Sara and Godfried will be your hosts and will do their best to meet your needs.
Looking for an NP to join our team working Monday-Friday 8a-5p.
The Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner provides a wide range of mental health services to patients and families in a variety of settings. PMHNPs diagnose and prescribe medications for patients who have psychiatric disorders or substance abuse problems. They are licensed to provide emergency psychiatric services, psychosocial and physical assessment of their patients, treatment plans, and manage patient care. They may also serve as consultants or as educators for families and staff. The PMHNP has a focus on psychiatric diagnosis, including the differential diagnosis of medical disorders with psychiatric symptoms, and on medication treatment for psychiatric disorders. Must be licensed by the State of Tennessee and received training from an Accredited Psychiatric Nursing Program with a minimum of a Master Degree as a Psychiatric Specialist. PMHNP must have a minimum of one year of experience with children and/or adults who present and are assessed with a DSM-V diagnosis. Individual must have current DEA number and have acquired experience in working with a family systemic model of care. The Psychiatric Nurse practitioner will work in conjunction and in accordance with all the psychiatric standards prescribed under the State of Tennessee Mental Health PA guidelines.
Looking for a NP to join our team working Monday-Friday 8a-5p
Must have Psych Certification The Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner provides a wide range of mental health services to patients and families in a variety of settings. PMHNPs diagnose and prescribe medications for patients who have psychiatric disorders or substance abuse problems. They are licensed to provide emergency psychiatric services, psychosocial and physical assessment of their patients, treatment plans, and manage patient care. They may also serve as consultants or as educators for families and staff. The PMHNP has a focus on psychiatric diagnosis, including the differential diagnosis of medical disorders with psychiatric symptoms, and on medication treatment for psychiatric disorders. Must be licensed by the State of Tennessee and received training from an Accredited Psychiatric Nursing Program with a minimum of a Master Degree as a Psychiatric Specialist. PMHNP must have a minimum of one year of experience with children and/or adults who present and are assessed with a DSM-V diagnosis. Individual must have current DEA number and have acquired experience in working with a family systemic model of care. The Psychiatric Nurse practitioner will work in conjunction and in accordance with all the psychiatric standards prescribed under the State of Tennessee Mental Health PA guidelines.
Please send resume to ApplicationsHealth@gmail.com
This is a great opportunity for a Nurse Practitioner that is interested in primary care or urgent care! The nurse practitioner (NP) uses clinical judgments in conducting health assessments making differential diagnosis, and prescribing pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatments. Plans are implemented through independent action, health counseling, and collaboration with other members of the health team. The NP is responsible for clinical oversight and health center consultation regarding administration of health care policy and procedure of the delivery of on-site health services. The NP promotes optimum health, prevents illness and injury, and manages acute and chronic health problems in the on-site setting. Essential Functions: ·Performs physical examinations and preventive health measures within prescribed guidelines and instructions of Physician Orders, interprets, and evaluates diagnostic tests to identify and assess patients’ clinical pro.
Please send your resume to ApplicationsHealth@gmail.com
We are looking for a Nurse Practitioner to join our team as a Hospitalist for our hospital: The role of the hospitalist is to provide care and medical directives for patients in the hospital who are under the care of other providers.
1. Independent healthcare provider in rural community 2. Team-oriented approach allowing for ample learning 3. Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits
Top "must-have" skills for this job 1. At least 6-months of hospital experience (1-2+ preferred) 2. NP License (ANP preferred) 3. Experience working with interdisciplinary teams Job Summary Plan, coordinate, and implement patient care through completing comprehensive health assessments, determining diagnoses, prescribing treatments and managing overall patient health care in partnership with collaborating physicians.
Hello - we are looking for a Hospice Nurse Pracitioner to serve as as our Hospice Mangager to coordinage the aspecits of Hospice and Pallative Bridge Program. We have a great team Nurses, Nurse Practitioners and healthcare professionals that deliver excellent care across the State of Rhode Island.
We are looking for a Nurse Practitioner to fill this role who has experience in hospice either as a Nurse or a Nurse Practitioner. Excellent Schedule, Salary and Beneifts Package. To apply please send your resume to: ApplicationsHealth@gmail.com
JM Feltner 4-H Camp is looking to hire two (2) Health Care Providers (HCPs) who will work hand in hand to split the responsibilities listed below. HCPs will be paid hourly and will split "on call" shifts allowing for time off during camp sessions as well as most weekends.
SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES: A. Conduct a beginning and an end of season inventory of all resource materials and health supplies. Work with the Camp Director to restock at the beginning of the season as needed. B. Conduct an inventory of supplies and equipment at the end of each camping session. Restock as needed. C. Review all health forms for staff, campers and volunteers within the first 24 hours of arrival at camp. D. HCP will make paid camp staff aware of any campers with severe medical conditions – during the first evening’s staff meeting. E. The HCP is given permission to monitor and administer medications by the parents’ signed Consent to Treat. At all times during a camping session, assist campers in taking their required prescription medications according to the schedule outlined by the medication label and parent instructions. F. Administering prescription medications must be supervised closely to ensure each camper receives the correct medication and dosage. G. Document all medications given at the time the medication is given on forms provided for this purpose. H. Provide emergency medical care to adults or youth involved in the 4-H camping program, whenever necessary. During a camping session, one HCP must be on call 24 hours per day (split between 2 people) Work schedule will change as necessary to meet the needs of emergencies and the camping group. I. Evaluate a patient's condition, and if necessary, place under observation, determine if the camper should be treated at a hospital/clinic/urgent care, sent home, or returned to the camp program. J. Maintain a secure health center, including sanitation and cleanliness of the center; collection, secure storage and distribution of all prescription medications; and maintain a supply of necessary equipment, supplies and over the counter medications for treating emergencies, minor injuries and illnesses. A list of the equipment and supplies will be furnished. Sanitation and cleaning are required daily. K. Responsible for the maintenance of the camp AED on the campground. L. Provide AED training to the paid camp staff via in-service. M. Become fully acquainted with the campgrounds and camp policy regarding the handling of major camp emergencies. N. Maintain a good working relationship with co-workers, Camp Director, Extension personnel, volunteer leaders, campers and others. O. Immediately report to the Camp Director any needs or problems occurring during the camp session. P. Maintain a permanent health and/or incident record for all treatments and maintain a file of all health statements of campers in accordance with ACA standards on forms provided for this purpose. All information is considered confidential and must be kept under lock and key when the HCP is out of the health center. Q. Perform any other duties as outlined by the Camp Director.
Corporate Health Center at a Major Financial Institution in Boston Massachusetts is in need of a Nurse Practitioner to:
Conduct pre-placement exams, annual physicals Drug Testing Administer Immunizations Respond to any emergencies Perform OSHA testing and examinations Evaluate worker's compensation cases Maintain the employees confidential files Massachusetts state license and registration required. Must be authorized to prescribe medications. 3 - 5 years experience in occupational health, urgent care or emergency room.
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