ARNP FNP FP-C Family Practice Nurse Practitioner in Bellingham, WA Associates in Family Medicine - Bellingham, WA
ARNP FNP FP-C Family Practice Nurse Practitioner
Associates in Family Medicine – Bellingham, WA
Stable family practice (most ARNP's in the clinic have been a part of our team for 11-14 years).
Accepting applications for a Family Practice Nurse Practitioner in Bellingham, WA. Competitive salary and benefits. 4 day work week. No hospital work. No on-call responsibilities. Enjoy a stable work environment as an appreciated member of team that excels in the art of healing.
Ranked 11th by National Geographic as one of the top 50 cities to live and play. Its setting has made Bellingham popular in recent years: The sheltered waters (both salt and fresh) are perfect for kayaking and sailing, and the tall mountains are ideal for hiking, mountain climbing, snowboarding, and skiing. Tallest of these peaks is volcanic Mount Baker (10,778 feet), which rises about 40 miles east of town at the edge of North Cascades National Park.
Yet even though it lies just 18 miles below the 49th parallel, Bellingham's climate is mild enough with infrequent frosts that a species of palm is hardy and camellias flourish. In spring, urban lawns are covered with daffodils and tulips; summer brings strawberries, blueberries, and cascades of roses; in autumn, apple, pear, and plum trees are weighed down by bushels of fruit. Winter can turn cold, but lowland snow is rare.
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ASSOCIATES IN FAMILY MEDICINE
Associates in Family Medicine has been serving Bellingham and Whatcom County for over 41 years. We are dedicated to quality healthcare for the entire family. We are currently accepting applications for a Family Practice Nurse Practitioner who will provide care to pediatric through geriatric patients.
Preference will be given to clinicians with EHR competence and the ability to establish rapport and maintain relationships with patients.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Conduct examinations, establish diagnoses, implement treatment plans, determine follow up, and/or referral to consultants.
- Perform minor office procedures, such as skin biopsy and suturing.
- Order and/or perform diagnostic tests, evaluate test results, and prescribe medications as deemed necessary.
- Utilize electronic medical record software (e-MDS)
- Provide counseling, information, and advice regarding health maintenance, life style, contraception, disease management, and treatment of injuries.
- Working with other health care team members to assure optimal delivery of health care.
Licensed in the State of Washington as an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP) certified Family Practitioner with Prescriptive Authority for legend drugs.
Must meet the qualifications for coverage, billing, and payment for Medicare services:
Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration.