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    What are a Nurse Practitioner’s job responsibilities?

    The Nurse Practitioner is responsible for a range of tasks including:

    • Conducts comprehensive History and Physicals on new participants and current participants in any care setting (clinic, member’s home in the community, nursing home, hospital, other care settings).
    • Provides evaluation and treatment of participants during acute illness or emergence of new complaint or symptom; manages participants’ chronic illness in collaboration with the IDT.
    • Determines the need for and facilitates referrals to other medical specialists when participant condition warrants.
    • Evaluates the participants’ plan of care and revises as appropriate.
    • Provides preventive health maintenance for participants including immunizations, screenings, and monitoring of pertinent indicators.
    • Prescribes and adjusts medications within the scope of prescriptive authority and current practice guidelines.
    • Orders, reviews, and provides instruction to participants regarding therapeutic diet.
    • Orders, facilitates, and reviews diagnostic examinations such as laboratory, radiology, etc.
    • In collaboration with the Site Medical Director, actively participate in the Infection Control and Surveillance activities.

    What is the average salary for a Nurse Practitioner in NYC?

    A nurse in New York can expect to be compensated between $90k – $110k depending on experience and the hospital of employment.

    What qualifications do you need to be a Nurse Practitioner?

    • Minimum  2 years’ experience working as an Adult, Family, or Geriatric NP including one year of experience working with frail elderly preferably in a long term care or primary medical care setting
    • Demonstrate position specific competencies for Primary Care Nurse Practitioner
    • Ability to work effectively as part of an interdisciplinary team
    • Ability to work effectively with diverse populations and cultures
    • Certification by AANP or ANCC
    • Valid and up-to-date DEA Certificate is required.