Nurse Practitioner - Primary Care
Opportunities available at our following locations:
MCMG Taylor Station-(Full-time) Columbus, OH
MCMG East-( Full-time) Columbus, OH
MCMG Westerville -(Part-time) Westerville, OH
MCMG Pickerington (Part-time) Pickerington, OH
MCMG Granville -(Full-time) Granville,OH
Mount Carmel Medical Group is growing network of primary care and specialty physicians. We are looking for nurse practitioners with at least 2-3 years of relevant experience. Collaborative environment. Join a culture that is very supportive of advance practice providers.
In accordance with the Mission and Guiding Behaviors; the Nurse Practitioner will provide
primary care, patient education and prescribe patient care intervention to adults and families
according to the scope of Ohio Nurse Practice Act and approved Mount Carmel
HealthProviders policies and procedures.
Job Duties Include:
• Relationship-based Care: Creates a caring and healing environment that keeps the patient
and family at the center of care throughout their experience at Mount Carmel following the
principles of our interdisciplinary care delivery system.
• Assess total patient needs as follow: Obtain comprehensive health, social, environmental,
and developmental assessment data; review patient records for past and present health
issues; identify patient and family health hazards and risks factors; conducts comprehensive
and/or episodic health assessment, including evaluation of the chief complaint, physical
examination and diagnostic testing.
• Data Analysis/Develops Plan Care as follows: Interprets information and diagnostic testing
results; formulates a diagnosis; develops a plan of care with the family/patient consistent
with established guidelines; assure personal assets limitations of the family/patient are
incorporated in the plan of care; collaborate with the family/patient, physician, and other
health care team members as appropriate to develop individualized management, treatment
and/or follow-up plans for health issues.
• Implements Plan of Care as follows: Perform therapeutic or corrective measures as
indicated within written standards of care; collaborate with physician regarding prescribed
plan of cares when necessary; provide family/patient education; documents all pertinent
information accurately, legibly, and in a timely manner, assures appropriate consent forms
are signed and dated.
• Evaluates and changes plan as appropriate as follow: Performs care efficiently and
evaluates quality of care provided; revise plan of care as indicated by family/patient/nurse
response; recommends changes for improvement in the delivery of care as appropriate.