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Nurse Practitioner (NP)

Sunbelt has an opening for a Nurse Practitioner (NP) in Maricopa County, AZ, for in-home health assessments Medicare Advantage members within the geographic area. At least one year of experience as a Nurse Practitioner is preferred; New Grad Nurse Practitioner s will be considered with at least 3 years of RN experience; Interested applicants should apply today!

Responsibilities of the Nurse Practitioner (NP):

  • Conduct in home assessments on health plan members including past medical history, review of symptoms, physical examination, medication review, depression screening, responsible for checking vitals, conducting a physical exam that includes monofilament tests, urine dipstick, and foot exam as appropriate
  • Identify diagnoses to be used in care management and active medical management in the furtherance of treatment
  • Formulate a list of current and past medical conditions using clinical knowledge and judgment and the finding of your assessment
  • Communicate findings in your assessment that will be used to inform the PCP of potential gaps in care
  • Educate members on topics such as disease process, medication, and compliance

Education and Qualifications of the Nurse Practitioner (NP):

  • Active Arizona Nurse Practitioner (NP) un-encumbered License required
  • Nurse Practitioner Certification from either the ANCC/AANP
  • Minimum of one year of clinical experience as a NP or 3+ years as a RN
  • Ability to obtain DEA licensure/Prescriptive Authority post hire in states where applicable

Employment Type: Full-time or Part-Time, Contract

Work Hours: Flexible Visits are on average 45-60 minutes; Must commit to a minimum number of visits per week and follow through on this commitment. 5 visits a week is the minimum.



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