Nurse Practitioner Job In Kennewick, Washington
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Trios Health, a 111-bed facility in Kennewick, WA, is seeking an experienced Nurse Practitioner to join its Critical Care team.
The schedule is 7 on/7 off nightshift- 12 hour shifts- in the hospital's 14-bed ICU- in a state-of the art facility that opened in 2014.
Requirements: A minimum of 2 years of ICU experience (RN or ARNP), along with AANP certification. Certifications such as AGNP or ACNPC-AG are a plus, but not required.
Recruitment Package may include:
· Base salary + wRVU production incentive
· Quality bonus
· CME allowance
· Sign-on bonus
· Medical debt assistance
· Relocation allowance
· Health benefits + Retirement plan
· Marketing + practice growth assistance
Kennewick is in Benton County in the southeastern part of Washington, near the DOE Complex. It is the most populous of the three cities collectively referred to as the Tri-Cities. Kennewick is located along the southwest bank of the Columbia River, opposite Pasco and just south of the confluence of the Columbia and Yakima rivers. The nearest commercial airport is the Tri-Cities Airport in Pasco, a regional commercial and private airport. Kennewick was officially incorporated on February 5, 1904.
The name of the metropolitan statistical area made up of the principal cities of Kennewick, Richland and Pasco. Kennewick, the largest of the three, has a strong manufacturing, food processing, retail trade and services economy. Pasco's fast-growing economy is based on food processing, and Richland is home to Washington State University-Tri-Cities and the Energy Department's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory.
The Tri-Cities was ranked number 3 on the top ten list of best places to start over due to its job opportunities, affordable housing (PDF) and low cost of living.
Nestled in the southeastern corner of Washington state, Trios Health serves the state’s fastest growing region: the greater Tri-Cities area of Kennewick, Richland, and Pasco. Trios Health operates two teaching hospitals with 111 licensed beds and a network of outpatient specialty practices and services, including a Level 1 Cardiac Center and a Level II Stroke Center.
Trios Southridge Hospital opened in 2014 and remains one of the newest hospitals in the state, offering world-class diagnostics and an adjacent, connected seven-level outpatient facility. Trios Women’s & Children’s Hospital is home to the Trios Family Birthing Center, which performs among the top 2% of comparable birthing centers in the United States. Equipped with 18 private suites, the Family Birthing Center delivers a comfortable and personalized birthing experience with highly advanced medical equipment tucked away until needed and a Level 2A Special Care Nursery to provide intensive neonatal care for infants born up to eight weeks early.
Trios Medical Group, comprised of nearly 100 employed physicians and providers, serves as the core of a growing medical staff network of more than 300 providers throughout the Tri-Cities and includes outpatient practices and services at six neighborhood-access Care Centers and one Urgent Care Center. The organization has two fully enrolled and accredited residency programs for family medicine and internal medicine.
Founded by the community as a public hospital district in 1952, Trios Health’s commitment to serving the growing and diverse needs of local citizens has stood the test of time and is captured in a simple promise to be “With You for Life.”