St. Luke's Neonatology in Idaho is seeking a NNPs to join 11 BC Neonatologists and 11 NNPs to assist with coverage of one of our NICUs. This position is primarily based in Twin Falls, Idaho, which is in the process of expanding its scope of coverage to Level III status.
The Twin Falls NICU is a state of the art 18 bed private room facility built in 2011. It has an ADC of 6, approximately 230 admissions per year, and excellent potential for growth. Local MFM support is currently being recruited. While the home base for this NNP opportunity is in Twin Falls, the NNP would rotate regularly through the NICU at St. Luke's Children's Hospital in Boise. This provides an opportunity to maintain higher acuity skill sets as well as to maintain consistency in practice across the three Health System NICUs. Additionally, as part of this larger practice group, coverage for time off and conference travel is well-supported. The ideal candidate for this position is an experienced NNP with strong teaching skills and a desire to educate front-line staff to the higher skill set that a Level III NICU demands.
The Children's Hospital provides a full complement of Pediatric Subspecialty services with the exception of ECMO or complex congenital heart surgery. The program is supported by a skilled Obstetrical department including 4 full time MFM specialists.
ABOUT TWIN FALLS:
Twin Falls, located in scenic southern Idaho, receives a variety of temperatures that four distinct seasons have to offer. Located in Southern Idaho just under two hours from our capitol city of Boise, Twin Falls is best known for Shoshone Falls - "Niagara of the West" - and bountiful outdoor adventures. Adventure seekers here can enjoy whitewater rafting, kayaking, rock-climbing and BASE jumping from Perrine Bridge. Twin Falls has a thriving agriculture-based economy, which powers its reputation as a preferred location for food science, production and processing companies. Local schools receives strong support from the community in both academics and sports, while also enriching the community's arts and culture scene. With a low crime rate, good schools and endless opportunities for the outdoor enthusiast, you’ll find Twin Falls is unhurried, unspoiled and unassuming.
1. Graduation from a School of Nursing, passing results on the certification examination administration by an organization recognized by the Idaho Board of Nursing, and a Nurse Practitioner Program with current RN, APRN and controlled substance licensure from Idaho.
2. Current, unrestricted DEA certificate.
3. Current national certification as NNP. Exception: Flex NNPs will not be required to maintain Idaho Controlled substance licensure or unrestricted DEA certificate.
4. Excellent communication skills to include oral and written comprehension/expression.
WHY ST. LUKE'S?
St. Luke’s, Idaho’s largest employer, has been recognized for distinguished patient care, named a best state to practice, and rated in the top 15 health systems in the country by Truven Health Analytics for four consecutive years. St. Luke’s is a locally owned and operated, physician-led, not-for-profit health system that is proud to deliver evidence-based, patient centered care. As a member of NACHRI, St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital is committed to providing high quality healthcare to children throughout the region. Our pediatric team has more than 150 skilled pediatricians and pediatric specialists, including a full service hospitalist program who work with providers from around the region to provide high quality care to more than 90,000 pediatric patients annually.
For more information please contact Whitney Clark at 208.493.0646 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*St. Luke’s is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other status or condition protected by law.