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Bilingual Nurse Practitioner / Physician Assistant

COMPANY DESCRIPTION Healthcare Organization JOB DESCRIPTION The Bilingual Nurse Practitioner / Physician Assistant will: Obtain and document patient history as appropriate to chief complaint or reason for visit Conduct relevant physical exam and evaluate patient, documenting pertinent positive and negative findings Diagnose and treat disease and manage chronic illness Prescribe medication in accordance with NYS and Federal law Order appropriate laboratory, radiological and special examinations or tests; interpret results Provide preventative health services, including health education and counseling Collaborate with other Clinicians and staff members to ensure continuity of care of patients Perform other job-related duties, as required REQUIRED SKILLS 1+ year of experience in an Advanced Practice setting Master's Degree in a related field Graduate of a Nurse Practitioner education program registered by the New York State Education Department and/or Graduate of a Physician Assistant (PA) program accredited by the Accreditation Review Commission on Education for the Physician Assistant (ARC-PA) NYS Nurse Practitioner (NP) and/or Physician Assistant (PA) license Bilingual (English and Spanish) Active Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) registration or be eligible for registration Active Medicare / Medicaid Enrollment or be eligible to enroll Comfortable with Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system Solid assessment, clinical, and documentation skills Patient oriented Great interpersonal skills Excellent communication skills (written and verbal) Strong attention to detail Highly organized BLS and/or ACLS certifications J146066
Salary Range: $110K-$130K
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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