Nurse Practitioner Job In Port Arthur, Texas
Seeking Board Certified Neonatal Nurse Practitioners (NNP) in the Port Arthur Area
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Steward Health Care is seeking (3) Neonatal Nurse Practitioners (NNP) to join our 10 bed Level 3 NICU at The Medical Center of Southeast Texas. As the Neonatal Nurse Practitioner you will have the opportunity to work both independently and alongside our Neonatologists to provide compassionate and life-changing care to NICU patients and their families. You will be responsible for their direct care and comprehensive treatment, provide acute resuscitation, on-going multi-disciplinary medical management, transitional care to sub-acute and lower level neonatal units within the community, critical care consultations & evaluations and health education to infants/children and their families in the critical care arena.
- Qualified candidates must be board certified and have NICU training or experience
Port Arthur is less than 90 miles east of metro Houston, TX, 20 miles from Beaumont, TX and located in the Gulf area of the Texas coast. The oil and petrochemical business is a prominent component of Port Arthur's economy due to its major seaways being utilized for transportation. The area offers wetlands and Gulf beaches, salt and fresh water fishing and a comfortable year-round climate that is perfect to enjoy Sea Rim State Park, a completely natural beach. Experience Cajun and other cultural influences through cuisine and music. Port Arthur is where Texas hospitality meets Cajun charm!
In April 2005, The Medical Center of Southeast Texas opened with all private rooms, the most modern medical technology, and a commitment to making the patient experience as pleasant as possible. From its luxurious birthing suites to its high-tech operating rooms, The Medical Center offers a broad spectrum of healthcare services to meet the diverse needs of its community.
A 224-bed facility, the hospital draws patients from four south Jefferson County cities: Port Arthur, Groves, Nederland and Port Neches, which have a total population of approximately 105,000. The hospital is focused on quality and on building centers of excellence, especially in the areas of cardiology, emergency medicine and women’s health.