Mercy Health Saint Mary's (MHSM) and Mercy Health Muskegon (MHM) have an exciting opportunity for a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner to join a highly skilled and experienced team serving Grand Rapids and Muskegon, Michigan.
This highly skilled team of four Neonatologists and ten Neonatal Advanced Practice Providers deal with high level and complex patients requiring the NNP's to utilize their critical thinking skills. Mercy Health Muskegon is a Level II Special Care Nursery and MHSM Grand Rapids is a Level 3 Neonatal Intensive Care unit.
This opportunity is open to full time candidates willing to work as part of the transport team and in both the Muskegon and Grand Rapids locations.
Preference will be shown to experienced providers. However new graduates, preferably available to start in 2018, will be considered to join our seasoned and certified nursing staff.
Minimum required qualifications:
Successful completion of a Neonatal NP program
State of Michigan License
Active and Current DEA
ACLS, PALS, NRP Certification
This is an exciting opportunity for the right Neonatal Nurse Practitioner to join Mercy Health Saint Mary's and Mercy Health Muskegon.
Mercy Health Saint Mary's offers an excellent compensation and benefit package.
ABOUT THE FACILITY
Mercy Health Saint Mary's (MHSM)â“ Grand Rapids, Michigan is an integrated network of health care excellence offering a unique combination of capabilities to deliver a health care experience that is more complete and personally satisfying. Our commitment to offer the latest technology and most highly skilled physicians in a holistic, patient-centered environment has made us a progressive leader in many areas: from The Lacks Cancer Center, the region's sole, dedicated cancer treatment facility, to the Hauenstein Center housing both inpatient and outpatient neurological services under one roof, to Saint Mary's Southwest, providing a seamless health care experience. Mercy Health Saint Mary's is at the leading edge of advanced medicine.
Mercy Health Muskegon (MHM) is located on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan and serves Muskegon, Ottawa, Oceana, and Newaygo County residents. MHM is a teaching hospital and the second largest health care organization in West Michigan. The system is the largest employer in Muskegon County, employing more than 4,000 associates.
MHM has five main locations, including four hospitals, with an approximate 21,000 inpatient discharges and 137,000 emergency/urgent care visits annually. The organization employs 375 physicians and offers a number of exclusive specialty physician care services for the region. MHM is committed to innovation, quality, diversity, compassion and access for all.
MHM is building an addition for all hospital-based services to be under one roof. The campus will include 267 expansive, private patient rooms The addition includes a new Emergency Department, state-of-the-art surgical and procedural areas, and modern amenities and technologies throughout the existing Mercy Campus.
MHM specializes in heart and vascular procedures supported by a cath lab, special procedure room, an open-heart surgery program, comprehensive cardiac rehab, and an accredited vascular lab. The hospital is a recognized leader in orthopedic and spine surgeries, with physicians performing many leading-edge procedures. More than half of Muskegon's babies are born at the Special Delivery Birth Center, and the Center for Breast Imaging and other women's services are known throughout the region for their advanced technology and caring people.
MHM maintains the largest primary care network along the lakeshore with a diversity of practices to meet patient preferences, from complimentary medicine to traditional family care/internal medicine, to geriatric and urgent care medicine.
Grand Rapids, Michigan, situated on the Grand River in picturesque and Travel Channel-destination, West Michigan -- is the second largest city and fastest growing economy in the state, with a metropolitan population of over one million.
Residents enjoy a beautiful, family-oriented, physically active community known for excellent schools, low crime rate, and abundant cultural and recreational opportunities. Located just 25 miles from the renowned shoreline of Lake Michigan, it is an easy commute to Chicago or Northern Michigan, frequently featured in travel magazines.
Noted local institutions include the Frederic Meijer Gardens (home to the world's largest sculpture park), the Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids Children's Museum, John Ball Zoo, Van Andel Arena, Fifth-Third Ballpark, the Grand Rapids Symphony, Grand Rapids Ballet, and the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library & Museum. Once known as âœFurniture City,â its cadre of microbreweries has earned it the title, âœBeer City, USA.â
Grand Rapids is host to a number of national events, including a stop on the LPGA Tour and the annual ArtPrize, the largest art competition in the world. We're also known as one of the world's most philanthropic communities, due much in part to being the corporate home to Amway, Meijer, and GE Aviation, among many others.
Muskegon County, Michigan, offers a taste for every season. Summer's warm weather creates the perfect backdrop of blue skies and bright sunshine, ideal for spending time on the beach. Winter's crisp, clean air and deep snows offer powder-perfect snowboarding, sledding, skating and skiing. The vivid Spring greenery and spectacular Autumn colors, complimented by mild temperatures, enhance the ideal arena for biking, fishing, and golfing. In addition to the lush outdoor treasures, festivals, live theatre and musical entertainment, vibrant history and rich culinary experiences give a whole new reason to Experience the Lake Effect!
A torch has been lit in the Muskegon area, igniting a burst of new development, cultural opportunities and year-round recreation in a community that continues to evolve and excite. Muskegon is a region with a plan: to unite in successful enterprises, revel in stunning natural resources and amenities, support tourism and provide quality of life that includes a range of residential communities in safe, friendly neighborhoods.
The knowledge-based economy is buoyed by the inventive entrepreneurs bringing the latest in technology and advancement to the area, as well as business owners who are the backbone. They are supported by family-owned businesses and service jobs that cater to visitors who flock to West Michigan to enjoy one-of-a-kind shopping opportunities, pristine beaches, protected dunes and lush lakes and rivers.