Clinician - Nurse Practitioner - Flagstaff 06122020
Flagstaff, Arizona /
Patient Services – Clinical /
Do you enjoy working for an organization that makes a difference in the lives of others? Are you an experienced & licensed Nurse Practitioner that provides exceptional patient care? Do you thrive in a fast-paced, progressive environment? If you answered yes, the role of Clinician could be for you!
Planned Parenthood Arizona is currently accepting resumes for a reliable, hard-working individual to join our Flagstaff Health Center location. Under the daily supervision of the Center Manager and the medical supervision of the Lead Clinician and the Medical Director, the Clinician functions as part of a clinical team at the Flagstaff Health Center and is responsible for safe, high quality clinical practice delivered consistently and within the medical standards and guidelines of PPAZ.
Planned Parenthood Arizona services include an emphasis on family planning and reproductive health care, including the provision of birth control and comprehensive contraceptive counseling, testing and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, pregnancy testing, counseling and referral, HIV testing, annual exams, abortion care and more. In addition, PPAZ focuses on providing medically accurate sexuality education and training services throughout the state.
Participates in health center efforts to achieve established goals for productivity.
Adheres to affiliate policies on professionalism, wait time in-clinic and on the phone, and the system for addressing client complaints.
Participates in health center/affiliate efforts to achieve established revenue cycle goals.
Accepts individual responsibility for, and works jointly with the Center Manager to achieve:
- Compliance with medical and agency policies and standards.
- Customer satisfaction, client access, client retention and clinical outcomes standards.
- Appropriate and adequate documentation of patient records to facilitate accurate charge capture and billing.
Performs appropriate medical screening and procedures including, but not limited to, breast and pelvic examination. The latter includes speculum examination, bi manual examination, obtaining of materials for STI investigation, cytologic smears (and other specimens as indicated), and other types of more specialized screening procedures, as may be indicated by clinical protocol. Interprets laboratory data and orders appropriate additional laboratory investigations when indicated.
Provides counsel and advice on family planning methods to patients and receives and handles patient questions and problems relating to these methods. Provides all methods of reversible birth control including, but is not limited to, diaphragm fittings, IUC insertions and removals, Contraceptive Implant insertion and removal, and dispensing contraceptive supplies and medications.
Refers patients with abnormal conditions or other medical problems found on the examination to the supervising physician when not covered by standing orders. Makes and follows up other appropriate medical and social referrals, as indicated. Provides liaison with health and welfare agencies, as needed.
Understands and participates in the referral/follow-up process. This includes: Maintaining adequate documentation of notification and follow up process as specified in the Clinical Protocol Manual.
Provides unbiased objective information on abortion, adoption and parenting as requested by patient. Provides support and responds to inquiries from abortion patients. This includes screening calls from abortion patients and responding to the needs of the patient.
Assists with training of staff in clinical standards, environmental maintenance, and health education. Maintains emergency response supplies and materials.
Participates in the After Hours Call program based on a schedule created by PPAZ.
Supervises trainees as scheduled.
Participates in in-service educational activities of the agency, including quarterly clinician meetings.
Participates in any research or clinical trials.
Demonstrates flexibility and teamwork; understands the interaction between this position and others with whom this position works directly and indirectly.
- Current Arizona RN license and Arizona Advanced Practice Nursing Certificate with specialty training as a Women's Healthcare, Adult, or Family Nurse Practitioner.
- One year OB/GYN experience setting, family planning experience preferred.
- Public health experience helpful.
- Bilingual a plus.
- A strong personal commitment to and an ability to communicate about the goals and philosophy of Planned Parenthood is essential.
PTO and paid holidays
Medical, Dental, Vision
Basic Life & AD&D - Paid by PPAZ
STD, LTD, Supplemental Life
Optional matching 401k
How to apply:
Are you interested in bringing your expertise to Planned Parenthood Arizona? Please submit your resume, PPAZ will contact select applicants to conduct an initial phone screening.