Advanced Practice Clinician APRN - Cardio/vascular Surgical-Care - Omaha
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Seeking APRN for Cardiothoracic - Cardiovascular Critical Care
CHI Health - Omaha
Position is to support Cardio/vascular Surgeons caring for inpatients in our
Heart & Vascular Institute (HVI)
- Primarily see patients at our Creighton Bergan hospital campus; with occasional consults at Lakeside or Immanuel
- Provide post op care for our CABG bundle program, quality outcomes and length of stay goals
- Collaboration with cardiothoracic and vascular surgeons, cardiologists, fellows and residents; as well as nursing, etc
- Job responsibilities include: Inpatient rounding, patient assessment, order testing and appropriate treatment, medication management/inotropic drips, ventilator management, procedures. No operating room responsibilities
- Participate in 7 day post-op outpatient clinic follow-up
- Monday - Friday 0700-1600; with rotating weekends and holidays. Call.
Qualified candidates please send resume to:
Terri Bangert MAA, FASPR. 402-328-3384. email@example.com
Omaha is Nebraska's largest city with more than 860,000 residents in the metropolitan area. Housing and cost of living are well below the national average. Omaha has a strong and vibrant business community, and the city is home to five Fortune 500 companies including ConAgra Foods, Union Pacific Railroad, and Mutual of Omaha. We are home to the NCAA College World Series, the 2012 Olympic Swim Trials and the world renowned Henry Doorly Zoo. Greater Omaha has a strong system of public and private schools. We are also fortunate to have a wide array of public and private institutions of higher learning.
In a survey done by Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine (May 2012), Omaha was ranked as the #1 city in the "10 Great Cities to Raise Your Kids". Omaha was also recently named one of the nation's "2011 Best-Value-City in America" to live, work and play by Kiplinger magazine. No matter your preferences, Omaha truly is a first-class destination!
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CHI Health Clinic, sponsored by Catholic Health Initiatives (CHI), is the largest faith-based healthcare system in Nebraska and southwest Iowa. A growing multi-specialty network of highly-skilled medical providers, CHI Health Clinic offers primary and specialty care at more than 100 locations throughout the Omaha metro locations and in smaller communities throughout Nebraska and Southwest Iowa. CHI Health Clinic employs nearly 600 physicians and advanced practice clinicians representing more than 40 specialties. As the primary teaching partner of Creighton University’s health sciences schools, CHI Health and CHI Health Clinic are committed to teaching the health professionals of the future.
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