Critical Care Night Shift Pediatric NP/PA - Make a Difference at Shriners
O Fallon, Missouri, United States

Job Summary

Occupation Physician Assistant
Specialty Pediatrics
Degree Required Other
Position Type Full-Time
Work Environment Hospital
Location Dayton, Ohio, United States
Visa Sponsorship No

Job Description

Last Update: 7/04/24
Shriners Children's Ohio has an exciting opportunity for a full-time, night shift Acute Care Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant
Shriners Children's is a leading pediatric healthcare system specializing in burn, orthopedic, spinal cord injury, cleft lip and palate, and other subspecialties.

Facility and location details:
Partnering closely with the renowned Dayton Children’s Hospital, a leading free-standing children’s hospital and Level 1 pediatric trauma center, we operate as a dynamic "hospital within a hospital."
Nestled in the heart of Ohio, Dayton is a vibrant and family-oriented city offering a welcoming environment.
Easily accessible, Dayton boasts a diverse range of family-friendly activities, cultural experiences, and recreational opportunities, providing both personal and professional fulfillment.

Details, Requirements, Benefits:
Night and weekend coverage for all admitted inpatients, both critical and non-critical.
The average patient load is between 2-5 patients. Average overnight admissions are 1.5 patients.
Applicants should be comfortable with the management of hospitalized pediatric and young adult patients, including the management of fluids, antibiotics, pain and sedation control, vasopressor medications, and basic stabilization of patients in shock or respiratory distress.
The applicant will have 24/7 access to a Pediatric Intensivist as backup, as well as a Trauma/Critical Care Burn Surgeon.
Collaborate with physicians and interdisciplinary teams to deliver preventive, acute, specialized, and primary care services.
Competitive pay, great benefits, with a potential 4% raise every year based on performance.
NPs and PAs must have Acute Care experience and/or Acute Care certification. Physicians are willing to train to do Peds, but the acute care piece is crucial.

If you are excited about a new career in the field of pediatric acute care with a distinguished organization, please reach out to Matt Jordan at [Register to View] or [Register to View] (call/text welcome).