Beth Israel Lahey Health Lead Advanced Practitioner - Emergency Medicine (Lahey Hospital and Medical Center) in Burlington, Massachusetts
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Lead Advanced Practitioner - Emergency Medicine (Lahey Hospital and Medical Center)
Lead Advanced Practitioner Responsibilities:
Facilitates Strategic Planning including, but not limited to: Partnership with the Department Chair and Executive Director with goal of optimizing the contribution of the Department Advanced Practitioners to the Departmental Overall Goals AP fellowship when applicable AP research/QI projects Other Departmental and/or hospital-wide project participation as determined with the Lead AP, Department Chair (and/or designee) and Executive Director Personnel management in concert with the Department Chair or designee Includes yearly evaluations of AP team (with Chair or designee when appropriate) Interval evaluations of newly hired APPs and others as warranted Be available to meet regularly with AP team members Participates in hiring process including being main contact for reviewing CVs, facilitating interview scheduling and communicating with hirees throughout the credentialing process Facilitates the Department level clinical and operational onboarding/training process of newly hired APs
The advanced practitioner will have a supervising physician available at all times but will have the opportunity to take on a more autonomous role. Some of the Burlington Emergency Department shifts require management of our ED observation patients. No prior observation experience required.
Experience using EPIC is preferred
Active or eligibility for NP or PA license in the State of Massachusetts
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