Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant needed for General Rehabilitation - Detroit, MI

Tenet Healthcare Corporation Detroit, MI
1.�Registered nurse licensure to practice in the state of Michigan. 2. State of Michigan Nurse Specialty Certification as a Nurse Practitioner. 3. Master's degree in nursing from an accredited nurse practitioner training program. 4. Two years clinical experience as a professional nurse. 5. National certification in advanced practice nursing specialty from one of the following certification bodies: ��American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) ��National Certification Board of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and Nurses (NCBPNPN) �National Certification Corporation for the Obstetric & Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing Specialties (NCCOGNS) ���American Academy of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) ���Oncology Nursing Certification Corporation (ONCC) 6. Eligible for approval of privileges to practice within the Detroit Medical Center as an Allied Health Professional through the Detroit Medical Center Medical Staff Organization. Application for Allied Health Professional credentialing must be submitted to the Detroit Medical Center Medical Affairs Office upon hire. 7. Prior to obtaining privileges through the Detroit Medical Center Medical Staff Organization, the nurse practitioner may: a. See patients under the direct supervision of a nurse practitioner, who has obtained privileges through the Detroit Medical Center Medical Staff Organization, or the attending physician. b. Prescribe medications and treatments, and order diagnostic tests as a delegated responsibility from the attending physician. The orders will be written as verbal orders and must be co-signed by the supervising nurse practitioner or attending physician within 24 hours. 8. In accordance with State of Michigan administrative rules R338.10403, �Only nurses certified in a nursing specialty field may hold themselves out to the public as nurse specialists using the title nurse anesthetist, nurse midwife, or nurse practitioner. Conduct contrary to this rule is deemed a violation of sections 16221(g) of the act.� Therefore, prior to obtaining national certification in an advanced practice nursing specialty and State of Michigan Specialty Certification as a Nurse Practitioner, the title nurse practitioner may not be used and newly graduated nurse practitioners will be hired under Graduate Advanced Practice Nurse job description. LEGAL SCOPE OF PRACTICE 1.�In the state of Michigan, certified nurse practitioners have the scope of practice of both a Registered Nurse and a Nurse Practitioner. 2.��A certified nurse practitioner may prescribe/write medical orders according to collaborative practice agreement with a licensed physician. The physician�s name must appear on the prescription along with the NP�s name and signature. Example: Sarah Smith CNP/Alex Jones, MD. 3.�According to Michigan law, nurse practitioner�s have delegated authority to prescribe non-controlled and controlled substances II-V as a defined in Michigan Administrative Code Rules 338.2305 & 338.108b. 4.�According to Michigan Public Health Code Part 178, Physical Therapy, 333.17820: Physical therapy may only be provided upon the prescription of a physician, dentist or podiatrist. 5.��Nurse practitioners may perform medical procedures as defined in collaborative practice agreement with a licensed physician upon: a. Initial training in performance of specific procedure, which shall include appropriate didactic instruction and demonstration of clinical competence in performing the procedure. b. Documentation of ongoing clinical competence in performance of specific procedure. 6. Nurse practitioners may bill for professional services under physician provider ID number or may bill under own provider ID number, according to requirements of individual insurers. For example, as of 5/9/03, nurse practitioners may obtain & bill under their own provider ID numbers for Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare, and Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Michigan. [BRASSRING IMPORT 10/25/16]Nursing