1. 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.
2. Writes prescriptions and performs procedures within the scope of expertise, protocols, and available equipment.
3. Educates patients and families and helps them understand issues related to physical and emotional health and promotes wellness.
4. Maintains accurate and complete patient records in compliance with organizational policy.
5. Refers patients to specialty services when appropriate.
6. Provides professional medical services within the scope of training and responsibility, in compliance with applicable laws, regulations and organizational policies.
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 televideo 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 procedures 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 procedures 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).