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Nurse Practitioner/ Program Manager

Company Name:
Onsite Innovations
The Occupational Health Nurse Practitioners primary job function is to provide medical care for the employees of our client. Responding and treating any injuries that may occur is the most important function of any Occupational Health NP. Below are the responsibilities of the Nurse Practitioner working in Occupational Health.
Position Responsibilities:
Telephonic triage to medical emergencies
Assess, diagnose, treat, and provide ongoing medical management of workplace injuries and non-occupational conditions (episodic and urgent)
Document all medical assessments, treatments and notes while onsite
Coordinates pre-employment physicals, return to work physicals, DOT physicals, OSHA Surveillance physicals, PFT (Pulmonary Function Testing) and non-work related fitness for duty evaluations
Coordinates Health Risk Assessments (HRAs) and health and wellness screenings of employees
Handles administrative duties such as x-ray interpretation, chart review, drug and alcohol testing.
Manage & direct a small case management group for the client consisting of two RNs and one admin.
Requirements and Position Qualifications:
Minimum of 2 years experience as a Nurse Practitioner preferably in an occupational health setting or a background in Urgent Care or Critical Care . If at least 2 years experience in Occupational Health as a Registered Nurse a New Graduate Nurse Practitioner may be considered.
Management experience in an Occupational Health setting strongly preferred.
Nationally Certified in Specialty ( Family or Adult Nurse Practitioner.
Unrestricted, prescriptive authority and current CDS, DEA and NPI.
Currentstate licensure required.
Current First Aid/CPR/AED certification.
Proficient with MS Office, use of dictation services and electronic documentation.
Knowledge of OSHA Recordability and workers compensation principles are a plus.
Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to build relationships with client and employees.
Interested candidates should send their resumes to mroberts@onsite-innovations.com

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