Job Title: Adult Nurse Practitioner - Oncology/CAR T Cell Therapy
Company: Westchester Medical Center
City/State: Valhalla, NY
Category: Advanced Practice Providers
Department: Med Surg Support
Union Name: New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA)
Position: Full Time
Hours: Days/Variable Shift
Req #: 34388
Posted Date: Mar 17, 2023
Hiring Range: $64.93 - $73.56
Adult Nurse Practitioner – Oncology/Car T Cell Oncology Experience Required CAR T Cell therapy Preferred
1/12/23 to 1/25/23
Under nursing administration and in clinical collaboration with a physician, incumbents of this class provide comprehensive primary care in the areas of Oncology and CAR T Cell Therapycare, which includes health education, preventive medicine, communicable diseases, and education, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Incumbents provide primary medical care consisting of the necessary examinations, assessments, diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Supervision may be a function of this class, and instructional guidance is provided to nursing and other health care professionals in the area of expertise. Does related work as required.
Graduate of accredited Masters of Nursing Program License, Certification and Registration:Possession of a valid license and current registration, issued by the New York State Department of Education, as a Registered Professional Nurse and possession of current certification as a Nurse Practitioner, with prescription writing privileges, issued by the New York State Department of Education.
Westchester Medical Center
Westchester Medical Center is the premier provider of advanced medical care in New York’s Hudson Valley. The flagship of the Westchester Medical Center Health Network, this 895-bed academic hospital in Valhalla, NY, provides local residents with acute-care services — Level I trauma and burn care, organ transplants and advanced neurovascular procedures and more — found nowhere else in the region. Westchester Medical Center is the primary referral facility for other Hudson Valley hospitals and serves as a lifeline for more than 3 million.