George C. Grape Community Hospital and Medical Center PC is seeking a Mid-Level Practitioner at our Critical Access Hospital and Medical Center PC offices, located in Hamburg Iowa.
The Mid-Level Practitioner will work, full-time, in the clinic at Medical Center PC Offices, located in Hamburg, Sidney and Tabor Iowa. They will work On-Call Rotation, 1 weeknight, and 1 weekend per month for the Emergency Department at George C. Grape Community Hospital, located in the very Southwest corner of Iowa. GCGCH has proudly provided the highest quality of healthcare to this region since 1920 and we are grateful for our partnership with the communities we serve.
We understand that healthcare is evolving. Advancements in medicine and strides in technology are providing local communities access to better healthcare. The staff at Medical Clinic PC and GCGCH are committed to serving the community and are always on hand to help when the need arises.
It is the mission of George C. Grape Community Hospital and Medical Center PC that our well-trained Medical Staff and Health Care Team continuously strive to exceed patient expectations by providing continuity of care through easy access to services. Our staff will work to promote the health of our region by being the leader of high quality, compassionate healthcare close to home. We will achieve our goals through teamwork, respect, integrity, hard work, and a positive culture.
Job Type: Full-time, 36-40 hours/week; Emergency Department On-Call, 1 weekend/month and 1 weeknight each week.
- 401(k) matching
- Dental insurance
- Employee assistance program
- Flexible spending account
- Health insurance
- Health savings account
- Life insurance
- Paid time off
- Vision insurance
Summary/Objective: The Mid-Level Practitioner functions within the scope of a Physician’s Assistant, or an Advanced Certified Nurse Practitioner in the Clinic, working under the direct supervision of a physician in the Clinic. Responsible for providing primary care to patients in the Emergency Department.
- Obtains patient histories on patients.
- Performs physical assessments pertinent to patients' presenting complaint.
- Evaluates assessment data and establishes diagnoses.
- Differentiates patient care situations which require immediate and non-immediate actions and responds accordingly.
- Orders and evaluates appropriate diagnostic studies.
- Performs and monitors therapeutic procedures.
- Assesses and/or manages follow-up plans.
- Records and documents assessment data, interventions, results, and patient outcomes and referrals.
- Educates patients and/or families to promote wellness, prevent health problems, maintain current health and intervene in acute or chronic illness.
- Documents discharge teaching and patient instructions for follow-up.
- Facilitates and implements systems which promote and maintain effective communication and collaboration with inter/intra hospital physicians, nurses and other members of the health care team.
- Maintains appropriate records of clinical and educational activities.
- Collaborates with physicians in the development of clinical guidelines and provides suitable references for the delivery of patient care.
- Demonstrates ability to work effectively with patients; families and with professional and support personnel who provide patient care.
- Recognizes and uses appropriate channels to communicate situations of concern involving patients, family members, physicians or other staff members.
- Collaborates with physicians to reach consensual agreement on staffing schedules.
- Must be an active member of the medical staff.