Responsibilities of Position:
Arizona Community Surgeons, Southern Arizona’s largest multi-specialty surgical practice, is seeking an AG-ACNP (Acute Care) Nurse Practitioner to be a team member in Tucson’s most successful colorectal specialty practice. Our doctors and team members have created a unique Enhanced Recovery Program that results in the highest quality metrics experienced and we are among the leading robotics practitioners in the Southwest. We continue to grow and are looking for our newest APP.
The responsibilities of this position include:
- Provide comprehensive surgical assist support to assigned providers, including case setup, patient prep and positioning, order entry in hospital system, and other duties as assigned to facilitate rapid turnover and efficiency in the operating room.
- Participate as a member of the care team to support management of current inpatients, including consults, assistance with rounds and hospital paperwork such as discharge summaries.
- Conduct office clinics as scheduled. This may evolve as indicated by Employee’s training to include follow-up and postoperative care and assisting/performing minor office procedures.
- Assist with other patient management activities including placing and returning patient phone calls, reviewing incoming lab and pathology results and providing patient education.
- Support development of quality metrics and reporting including development of a case database or other measurements to support registry reporting in compliance with national and local quality initiatives.
- Support efforts to develop and grow the colorectal practice by participating in marketing and community outreach efforts as opportunities arise.
We are not looking for just an employee, we are looking for a team member. As a team member we are seeking someone who is a team player and contributor with a strong work ethic, good communication skills, a patient-centric attitude, and who is enthused about learning and contributing.
Hospital, general surgical, and acute care experience is a plus. The ability and desire to see and treat patients in a clinic setting is also a requirement.
The position offers a competitive salary with an annual bonus potential. Employee shall be entitled to a one-time bonus of $5,000 upon successful completion of an accredited RNFA training program and awarding of RNFA credential.
The position affords 16 business days of PTO and $1,500 annually as CEU allowance as well as Health Insurance (with FSA), Dental, Vision, and Retirement with Profit Sharing.