Nurse Practitioner Job In Taylorsville, Utah
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IASIS Healthcare is currently seeking full-time Family Nurse Practitioners with a Family Medicine, Emergency Department, Urgent Care, or In-patient Hospital care background who enjoy working in a fast paced environment. The incoming Family Nurse Practitioners will be joining an Advanced Urgent Care center in Taylorsville, UT and their essential duties and responsibilities will include the following:
- Evaluate and treat patients in accordance with clinical best practices for an Advanced Urgent Care health setting.
- Provide compassionate and respectful patient care consistent with Physician Group, values and mission statement.
- Treat all patients who present to the clinic and document care utilizing the documentation system.
- Deliver exemplary care and act in a legal and ethical manner.
- Maintain clinical productivity consistent with peers and industry standards for a similar setting.
- Follow up on patient care as indicated.
Schedule: 10 am to 10 pm with rotating schedules, including weekends.
Experience: 3-5 years preferred, but not required
Jordan Valley Medical Center has been serving the health care needs of the Southwest Valley for more than 25 years. This busy full-service hospital offers its neighbors a wide range of medical services and advanced medical technologies backed by a dedicated and caring staff.
As the area has grown, Jordan Valley Medical Center has responded by expanding its services. In 1993, the Women’s Center opened. Today this warm comfortable center ushers more that 2,100 babies a year into the world.
In 2000, Jordan Valley added an 18-bed Emergency Department, staffed 24 hours a day by a team of quality physicians, nurses and technicians.
In January 2004, Jordan Valley completed Phase I of the hospitals’ expansion project. This phase included an eight-bed Intensive Care Unit, ten Medical Surgical Rooms and ten new LDRP (Labor, Delivery, Recovery, and Postpartum) suites. Also included in this phase was the renovation of the current nursery, increased parking and additional dietary space.
Phase II of the expansion project was completed in January 2009. This latest expansion project was specifically designed for optimum patient comfort and increased efficiency. The new wing consists of three new hospital patient floors; 10 additional critical care beds; 88 new inpatient beds; 15 new beds in the emergency department; a new, fully automated laboratory system; a redesigned outpatient cardiology center; and a Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).