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Under direction of the Chair of Urology, incumbent functions as a provider of patient care in the Department of Urology and utilizes advanced knowledge and clinical expertise in providing primary and/or specialized health care services urologic oncologic surgery and urology patients. Evaluates healthcare treatments for outpatient surgery patients coordinating with established surgical services. Participates in ongoing research and quality assurance studies. Functions as liaison to physicians, advanced practice providers and other members of the health care team.Position requires special knowledge, skills and abilities in the fields of urologic oncologic surgery and urology.
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State of California RN and NP License.
State of California Nurse Practitioner Furnishing Number.
BLS/CPR and ACLS certification at time of hire with commitment to get ART within 6 months of hire date.
One (1) year of recent working NP experience.
Theoretical background in: anatomy, physiology, general medicine, pulmonary, emergency and critical care medicine, Required management of common diseases, concepts of medicine and surgery, therapeutics including pharmacology, counseling techniques and interpersonal dynamics.
Demonstrated experience in performing initial history, and physical examination, identify major medical problems, and formulate appropriate plans of action.
Ability to analyze and interpret data in a meaningful manner.
Demonstrated experience and knowledge of operating room standards and techniques.
Recent experience in Urology with background in Urologic Oncologic Surgery.
Recent outpatient/ambulatory care experience.
Knowledge of clinical and ancillary services within the UCSD Medical Center.
Must be able to float to various locations within the UCSD Health System, as needed.
Must be able to travel and have access to reliable transportation.
Must be able to work on-call, overnight, evening, and weekend hours as needed.
Must be able to obtain UCSD medical staff privileges.
Selected candidate may be hired at the NPIII level pending review and approval by the Advanced Practice Council.