The ICU Advanced Practice Provider Manager will provide mentorship, supervision and orientation of a team of Advanced Practice Providers to care for patients in the Medical Intensive Care Units. This APP manager will also be responsible for overseeing the lead APP in the Oncology ICU. In this role, they will be responsible for ensuring adequate daytime APP ICU coverage of both ICUs as feasible under Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine. The APP Manager should have advanced knowledge of the nurse practitioner and physician assistant scopes of practice, certification and licensing as well as knowledge and mastery of clinical information systems to support educational, operational and clinical activities.
Specifically, the APP Manager will:
- Supervise all APPs in the Medical Intensive Care Unit.
- Oversee the lead APP in the Oncology ICU, including mentorship for onboarding new hires.
- Be responsible for coordinating the daytime ICU APP schedule of both ICUs as coverage allows under Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine to ensure adequate coverage.
- Serve as the liaison between the ICU APPs, medical directors, physicians, nursing leadership, residency and department administration.
- Collaborate with the Director of Inpatient APPs, physician leadership team and department administration to identify opportunities for attracting and retaining the ICU Advanced Practice Providers.
- Participate in hospital-wide and unit-based committees and meetings focusing on quality assurance and safety programs for the ICU.
- Adhere to Departmental policies, procedures and standards in collaboration with DOM APP leadership in line with best practices.
The ICU Advanced Practice Provider Manager will report to the Director of Advanced Practice of the Department of Medicine. The position requires 20 percent administrative effort.
Interested individuals should submit a cover letter that outlines their qualifications and vision for the ICU Advanced Practice Provider Manager position. Send an updated CV to Helen Harrison (email@example.com) on or before the close of business on December 15, 2021.
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