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As part of the Anticoagulation Forum’s commitment to its membership to provide a community of professionals in the field of anticoagulant therapy, we are happy to post job openings for relevant positions. Listings will be posted for three months unless notified by the submitting organization that the position has been filled. Please forward them to info@acforum.org

 

ANTICOGULATION LPN OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE!

Are you a Licensed Practical Nurse interested in working at our Anticoagulation Clinic? PeaceHealth may have the perfect opportunity for you in a beautiful Florence, OR. While the primary area of the Anticoagulation Clinic Nursing, the Florence Clinic LPN offers a variety of department and patient care environments including:

  • Laboratory Collecting Specimens
  • Giving Injections, Immunization, EKGs, and Ear Lavages
  • Anticoagulation doing POCT INRs

  • We currently have two full-time positions available and can offer you:
    • Growth potential.
    • Tuition reimbursement for those seeking to become RNs.
    • Competitive compensation and robust benefits package.
    • A caring and collaborative culture.
    • Strong leadership.
    • Where would this position be working? The town of Florence is located on the Oregon Coast at the mouth of the Siuslaw River. Florence is known for its breathtaking beaches, rolling sand dunes, numerous lakes with hiking trails and a picturesque historic downtown.
      This position requires graduation from an accredited State Board of Nursing LPN program, current Oregon LPN license and a current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification upon date of hire. Want to learn more? Visit jobs.peacehealth.org and search Req # ID 161197 or 162747.
      For general recruitment questions, contact: recruitment@peacehealth.org (please note, this email does not accept resumes or applications).
      EEO Affirmative Action Employer/Vets/Disabled in accordance with applicable local, state, or federal laws.

      (Posted 8/6)

      Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Anticoagulation in Cooperstown, NY

      Bassett Medical Center is seeking a Clinical Pharmacy Practitioner to join an established and nationally recognized clinical pharmacy team, and practice primarily in the area of Ambulatory Care – Anticoagulation Management Service. The successful candidate will be a self-starter, able to promote desirable patient outcomes while actively engaged in direct-patient care with focus on promoting optimal health outcomes in to ambulatory anticoagulated patients within the Bassett Healthcare Network.

      The primary practice location is an interdisciplinary Anticoagulation Management Service for the outpatient care of patients on warfarin therapy, accepting referral from Internal Medicine, Cardiac Surgery, Cardiology and Hematology/Oncology Providers based in Cooperstown, New York. The Bassett Healthcare AMS has been recognized many times over for our sustained level of quality care, including receipt of the IPRO Quality Award for sustained excellence and by the US Department of Health and Human Services Health Resources and Services Administration, for the Patient Safety and Clinical Pharmacy Services Collaborative Life Saving Patient Safety Award.

      About Bassett Medical Center:
      Bassett Medical Center, an Anticoagulation Center of Excellence, and affiliates is a partnership of diverse healthcare settings, including physicians, providers, hospitals and community health centers. Services are provided in 8 counties (6 are considered Medically Underserved Areas), covering 5,000 square miles. The Bassett Medical Center, the foundation for this network, is a 180-bed, acute care inpatient teaching facility in Cooperstown. The Bassett Clinic is located on the same campus as the hospital and provides outpatient primary and specialty care. Additionally, Bassett offers 24-hour emergency and trauma care, comprehensive cancer care and heart care, dialysis, and most medical and surgical specialties in Cooperstown. Bassett is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations.

      Minimum Requirements:
      Education/Qualifications/Experience
      • Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from an ACPE-Accredited School of Pharmacy
      • Post-Doctoral Residency and/or Specialty Residency training in Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacy Practice, or the equivalent experience

      Licensure/Certificates:
      • NY State Pharmacy license or eligibility for with intent of obtaining upon acceptance of position
      • Certification in (or intent to obtain upon acceptance of position) any pharmaceutical sub-specialties (CACP, BCPS, BCACP)

      Skills:
      • Ability to conduct in- and outpatient consultations in clinical pharmacy services
      • Ability to exercise sound clinical judgment for various therapeutic agents in patients with varied disease states, with special focus on anticoagulation therapy
      • Ability to implement and maintain a clinically focused research program
      • Good interpersonal skills, with ability to communicate effectively orally and via print with patients and colleagues
      • Maintain current evidence-based knowledge in the general and select areas of clinical practice, while promoting drug safety and efficacy to the patient population at hand
      • Good computer utilization and ability to adapt to a variety of electronic medical systems
      • Ability to handle frequent interruptions and adapt to changes in workload and work schedule Ability to multi-task effectively in a rapidly changing environment

      (Posted 8/6)

      Ambulatory Care Pharmacist, Kingman, Arizona
      Kingman Regional Medical Center is looking for an ambulatory care specialist to join the Disease Management Clinic (DMC) team. The DMC is a pharmacist run clinic providing disease state medication management services through a Collaborative Practice Agreement with our community practitioners.

      The pharmacist will focus on anticoagulation management as part of expanded services within the DMC. Responsibilities will include providing direct patient care, assisting with implementation of DAWN AC Anticoagulation Management software, and participating in continuous improvement of protocols.

      The pharmacist also will also be provided with opportunities that include:

      • Serving as a preceptor for APPE students and PGY1 residents
      • Completing a teaching certificate or other identified learning opportunities
      • Presenting to the community through KRMC’s healthcare topic seminar series
      • Participating in Diabetes Self-Management Education classes and Cardiac Rehab classes

      About our medical center

      As the largest healthcare provider in northwest Arizona, KRMC offers a full range of services to meet the health and wellness needs of our vibrant growing community. From sophisticated medical imaging and diagnostic capabilities to advanced treatments in cardiac care, wound care, and cancer, to progressive rehabilitation and pain management therapies; we are unique among medical centers in similar-size communities.

      KRMC has the distinction of being among the first members of the Mayo Clinic Care Network.  With this membership, our healthcare providers have direct access to Mayo Clinic medical expertise and research. This relationship enables us to address more types of medical conditions at a local level— providing our community further options for receiving quality care close to home.

      About our community

      Located in the scenic high desert of northwest Arizona, Kingman has beautiful year-round weather with easy access to mountain sports and water recreation. Ideally located less than two hours south of Las Vegas, we are also only a few hours’ drive to professional sporting events and shopping in Phoenix or to the beaches of southern California. Kingman serves as the county seat of Mohave County— one of Arizona's fastest growing areas. Our service area population is over 70,000 with a draw area of over 200,000.

      For more information about our hospital and community, go to http://bit.do/KRMCProfile.

      To learn more about our Disease Management Clinic, go to https://www.azkrmc.com/disease-management/.

      To apply for this position, please click on the “Careers” tab at www.azkrmc.com or email your resume to Rob Rennells, Recruiting Supervisor at rrennells@azkrmc.com

      (posted 4/2017)

       
      Coumadin Clinic Nurse Practitioner in Beautiful Southern Oregon
      Asante has a need for a full-time Family Nurse Practitioner in our Coumadin Clinic. The Nurse Practitioner for the Coumadin Clinic provides professional health services through providing anticoagulation assessments on patients that are taking Coumadin or Warfarin, including a review of symptoms, treatment, and patient education. Working with a team of 3 other NPs, you will work at our clinics in Medford and Grants Pass, Oregon. Shifts are 10 hours/day, 4 days/week. Additional shifts will be available if desired.

      We are offering:

      - Annual Base compensation of $120,000

      - Relocation assistance of $10,000

      - CME allowance of $3,000

      - Excellent benefits including major medical, dental, vision and retirement

      Experience: Must have experience providing care for clients requiring anticoagulation therapy using Coumadin, and administering Coumadin according to current evidence-based standards of practice. Experience in Coumadin therapy patient education is required. 1-2 years experience of independent practice as a Family Nurse Practitioner is preferred.

      For more information please email your CV to: Stephanie Lash, Asante Provider Recruiter, stephanie.lash@asante.org or call 541-789-2323

       
      Anti-Coagulation Physician Assistant Wenatchee

      Join our professional team of specialized anticoagulation providers including Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants and Pharmacists to provide comprehensive outpatient anticoagulation care throughout North Central Washington. The provider will see both new and established patients within the 10 clinic locations via in-person, face- to – face or tele video communications. Will support and facilitate the clinical management of anticoagulation including: patient assessment, dosing adjustments, peri-procedure management, patient and family education and communications with other staff and physicians as an integrated member of the healthcare team. Providers will help to facilitate the QA program, staff training, policies and procedure and overall operations with the ACC. Must have outstanding communication skills and ability to maintain accurate and complete patient records in compliance with organizational policy and perform procedure within the scope of expertise, protocols and available equipment. Qualified applicants will have appropriate certification and the ability to obtain an active license in Washington State, Potential candidates will be expected to obtain CACP certification within 6 months of eligibility (within first year of employment.)

      Who We Are:

      Confluence Health is an integrated healthcare delivery system that includes two hospitals and more than 40 medical specialties and primary care practices, providing comprehensive medical care in North Central Washington. With over 270 physicians and 150 advanced practice clinicians, our goal is to deliver high-quality, safe, compassionate, and cost-effective care close to home. Staying on the leading edge of healthcare innovation is important, so we invest in technology—to provide better care for our patients and allow our providers to operate at the highest level. We are dedicated to improving our patients’ health by providing safe, compassionate, and cost – effective care close to home. Staying on the leading edge of healthcare innovation is important, so we invest in technology – to provide better care for our patients and allow our providers to operate at the highest level. We are dedicated to improving our patients’ health by providing safe, high – quality care in a compassionate and cost – effective manner, Our Vision: To become the highest value rural healthcare system in the nation that improves health, quality of life, and is a source of pride to those who work here.


      Essential Functions:

      • Perform examinations on new and existing patients. Establish presumptive diagnoses, order appropriate studies and manage the patient's care as a member of the health care team.
      • Writes prescriptions and performs procedures within the scope of expertise, protocols, and available equipment.
      • Educates patients and families and helps them understand issues related to physical and emotional health and promotes wellness.
      • Maintains accurate and complete patient records in compliance with organizational policy.
      • Refers patients to specialty services when appropriate.
      • Provides professional medical services within the scope of training and responsibility, in compliance with applicable laws, regulations and organizational policies.

      Qualifications:

      • Appropriate certification.
      • Ability to obtain an active license in the state of WA.

      To Apply:

      To apply, or receive more information please go towww.confluencehealth.org/careers.
      To speak with a recruiter please call 509-436-6813 or email debbie.tornabene@confluencehealth.org.