Nurse Practitioner

Why Join the HRESG Team? 

We offer a unique career track. If you are looking to expand your experience, we can offer this to you. In a market where most facilities do not hire without experience, we offer you the opportunity to work with us and develop long term career relationships as you grow your career. 

Provide friendly, safe, comfortable experience for patient while performing an exam in member’s home.  Review and interpret/verify members’ medical and social history.

Qualifications/Educational Requirements

  • Active Nurse Practitioner’s license in state of practice.

  • Valid Advanced Practice State License issued by the State Board of Nursing

  • Compliant with OSHA, State Board of Nursing and Federal DEA Board of regulations

  • Minimum 1 year practice experience.

  • Proven ability to independently perform comprehensive adult/geriatric physical exam

  • Demonstrated ability to recognize conditions, characteristics and behaviors that place adult/geriatrics at risk

  • Pleasant interpersonal demeanor and ability to work with Medicare population

  • Must have valid state driver license and automobile insurance. Must be willing to travel in 50¬mile radius.

  • Must be willing to drive in various weather conditions.

Responsibilities/Essential Functions:

The person in this position must be able to perform the following essential job functions with or without reasonable accommodations.

  • Treat the acute and chronic conditions of new and established patients

  • Coordinate the primary care of our patients with pharmacies, diagnostic facilities, hospitals, specialists, and other medical centers in our community

  • Commit to making our primary care medical services as accessible as possible to our patients and our community

  • Work proactively to uphold preventive care and outcome-based medicine with our patients to keep them out of the hospital

  • Reviewing patient files in accordance with state guidelines; reviewing patient’s medical and psychosocial history relevant to patient care.

  • Conducting physical examinations, ordering and reviewing laboratory studies and diagnostic procedures.

  • Responsible for prescribing medications.

  • Documenting patient progress notes in the patient chart and EMR; accurately maintaining and preserving all required documentation for patient care and medication management.

  • Reviewing patients’ progress and managing patient care accordingly, including conducting follow up calls to patients to discuss progress, address any concerns, and assisting in resolution of complaints, requests and inquiries.

  • Facilitating referrals to other healthcare professionals and medical facilities as necessary, and communicating with collaborating physicians or specialists regarding patient care as needed.

  • Complying with and following all lawful Company policies and procedures, as amended from time to time.

  • Participating in quality improvement, continuing education, and other patient care programs.

  • Providing input, medical direction, and support to Company.

  • Advising Company concerning market issues and potential practice opportunities.

  • Participating in sales and marketing efforts. Marketing efforts may include on and off-site events.

  • Submit completed documentation with 24-48 hours of exam.

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