Advanced Practice Registered Nurses / Physician Assistants
The nurse practitioner will be available to act as attending physician for select hospice patients, consult on hospice and selected palliative care patients, and support the Hospice Medical Director and Physicians. The nurse practitioner will share in the on-call rotation with the hospice physicians. The nurse practitioner interfaces with other managers, hospice physicians, hospice interdisciplinary team members, and community physicians to ensure excellent patient care and customer satisfaction.
Schedule: 8-5 pm, M-F with doctor of the day and on call responsibilities
Benefitted position. Please see benefits at www.wvh.org under Careers.
All applicants must complete and submit a WVH application. Resumes or CVs can be attached to the application. Interviews will be scheduled concurrent with posting. Application is available at www.wvh.org under Careers.
MSN from an accredited university or college. Education and/or experience to meet nurse practitioner requirements as defined by the Oregon State Board. Must be adult, family or geriatric nurse practitioner . Must have prescriptive authority. At least five years of nursing experience, part of which has been community based. Direct hospice or palliative care experience required. Computer literacy required.
Must possess a current Registered Nurse license in the State of Oregon. Licensed as Nurse Practitioner by Oregon State Board of Nursing. Must have current Oregon driver’s license, dependable transportation, and proof of current automobile insurance.
Additional Salary Information: Contact us for salary information
Willamette Valley Hospice has a rich legacy of providing comprehensive hospice care services, pain management, grief counseling, and support for those patients and families facing serious or life-limiting illness. WVH has traditionally supported adults, children, and infants living with a serious or life-limiting illness through out Marion and Polk counties. WVH has taken an active leadership role in the hospice community in Oregon.