Hospital Internal Medicine (HIM) is one of the largest NP/PA practices at Mayo Clinic- Rochester. As NP/PA hospitalists, we pride ourselves by working at the top of our scope of practice/licensure with a significant amount of autonomy. Our providers are required to stay up to date with the latest evidence-based medicine and provide comprehensive care for a medically complex, diverse patient population. NP/PAs participate in all aspects of care of the hospitalized patient including admission, discharge, daily rounding, and patient education.
HIM is comprised of various medical services specializing in general internal medicine, geriatrics, telemetry, perioperative medicine, medical hematology and oncology and telemedicine. Each hospital service is staffed with a Physician, NP or PA, and Desk Operation Specialist, who work collaboratively. Our NP/PAs participate in 24/7 care including nights, holidays, weekends, and an on-call structure.
In addition to clinical practice, many of the NP/PA’s serve in respected positions within the division and institution. Leadership opportunities occur within administration, quality improvement, research, education, and personnel committees. Within the division, there are many opportunities to partner with colleagues, both physician and NP/PAs, in research and quality improvement projects. Additionally, the division of HIM serves as a training ground for NP and PA students, as well as Mayo medical students, visiting medical students and HIM fellows, providing ample opportunity to be involved in clinical education.
Ideal candidates for our NP/PA position have an extensive medical knowledge base, inpatient medical experience, and a continual desire to learn and grow as a health care provider. As a new provider in HIM, orientation is provided including learning the Mayo model of patient care, hospital medicine-focused learning modules reviewing current guidelines and standards of practice, in-person classes for EMR training, dictation training, ECG interpretation, ACLS/BLS, and simulation-based learning in our HIM Boot Camp.
Benefit-eligible employees (50-100% FTE) receive up to 7 trip days (commensurate with time away from practice as approved off the schedule by a supervisor) and an annual allotment of $4,400.
- State License Renewal Fees.
- DEA License Renewal Fees.
- Required professional certification and recertification fees.
- Membership dues for professional organizations.
- Subscriptions to professional journals.
- Registration fees for professional conferences and on-line or self-study courses.
- One Apple iPad, iPad mini, or iPhone per year for patient care purposes.
- Relocation is allotted for candidates 70 or more miles away from Rochester, MN.
Compensation is based off of education and experience. The base salary for this position ranges from $122,000.00 to $170,000.00.
This is a 24/7 position and would be eligible for shift differential.
- Day Shift Rate: 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.Weekday: Not applicable
- Evening Shift Rate: 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.Weekday: $3.80
- Night Shift Rate: 10 p.m. to 7:30 a.m.Weekday: $7.00
Qualifications :Masters prepared graduate of an accredited school of nursing and Nurse Practitioner program. Current Minnesota RN license (or eligible) and certification (or eligible to be certified) as a FNP, ANP, or ACNP with ACNP certification preferred.
Or graduate of accredited Physician Assistant program with current PA certification by NCCPA and licensure as a PA by the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice (or eligible).
Must be eligible for DEA registration and billing privileges.
Additional Qualifications :Please submit a letter of interest with your resume and 2-3 letters of reference. Applications will not be reviewed until these are received.
New graduates: letters of reference from preceptors that can attest to your clinical abilities.
Mayo Clinic employees: please upload your last 3 performance appraisals with your online application.
Minimum of three years’ experience preferred in the care of medical and/or surgical inpatients.
Clinical rotations in inpatient settings highly preferred.
Prefer FNP applicants to have had RN experience in medicine and ICU care.
Strong communication skills are required and must have demonstrated skill in working collaboratively with all members of the healthcare team.
Preferred dress code
Business (business suit, tie)
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