The Advance Practice Nurse is an expert clinician and patient advocate in a particular specialty or subspecialty of nursing practice. The Advance Practice Nurse can be a credential Clinical Nurse Specialist or Nurse Practitioner. The Advance Practice Nurse provides direct patient care, including assessing, diagnosing, planning health promotion and preventive care within this specialized area of practice and prescribing pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment if health problems according to established joint nursing/medical protocols. In addition to direct practice, the sub-roles of the Advance Practice Nurse role include education, research and consultation. The Advance Practice Nurse is involved in indirect practice activities with the goal of improving the quality of care across the continuum of care.
Experience in Cardiac Surgery preferred; office/physician practice work and patient follow up;
3-5 year’s work experience
NJ license Advanced Practice Nurse, BLS, ACLS
Department: Cardiac Surgery MAE
Status: Full Time
Interested candidates, please submit your letter of interest and CV via email to:
Human Resources Manager
Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, a community teaching hospital in Englewood, New Jersey, is nationally recognized for cardiac surgery and cardiac care, breast imaging and cancer care, spine surgery, orthopedic surgery, and maternity care, and is an international leader in patient blood management and bloodless surgery. Other areas of excellence include diagnostic imaging, offering a 3T MRI machine, a hybrid operating room, and other state-of-the-art technology. Consistently earning high marks for clinical excellence and patient safety, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center is a “Best Regional Hospital” according to US News & World Report (2016-2017). Since 2012, the hospital has earned a Safety Grade “A” from The Leapfrog Group, a record of achievement maintained by only three hospitals in New Jersey and 72 in the nation. In 2016, the medical center earned its fourth consecutive designation since 2002 by the Magnet Recognition Program® for excellence in nursing. Nationally only seven percent of hospitals have achieved Magnet designation by the American Nurses Credentialing Center.