Dayton, Ohio-based Kettering Health Network is a not-for-profit faith-based network of 9 hospitals, 10 emergency centers, over 120 outpatient facilities and the Kettering College. Nearly 13,000 employees and 2,100 physicians provide a broad range of specialized services for every stage of life, including heart care, cancer fighting technology, orthopedic care, brain and spine surgery. The mission, vision and values of the health network are built on the Adventist healthcare legacy, which is a combination of conventional allopathic and holistic osteopathic care. Being a healthcare professional who shares this belief, you can embark on your career journey here. Benchmarks of your employment will be recognition programs and award ceremonies, healthy work-life balance with flexible schedule and fitness options, staff involvement in meetings, surveys, referral programs and outings, as well as community involvement in events, tournaments and philanthropic projects.
Kettering Physician Network employs more than 400 providers, including physicians and advanced practice providers, throughout the Greater-Dayton and Cincinnati areas. Offering an extensive range of specialties and expertise, our physicians provide comprehensive care at more than 120 locations.
Responsibilities & Requirements
Maintains certification as an expert in area of practice; serves as expert resource or mentor to others
Proactively stays informed about new advances in ones field
Holds self and others accountable for safety by ensuring appropriate procedures and guidelines are followed.
Responsive to coaching and feedback for improvement; demonstrates continued progress by improving competencies, skill development and applying learning. Demonstrates appropriate judgment and thinking skills for situations
Physician and APP completed Quality Assurance chart reviews (25 charts for new grad, 10 charts for an established provider)
Upon hire will proctor up to 25 deliveries with collaborating physicians
Evaluates signs and symptoms, including age appropriate changes, noting pertinent positives and negatives (patient care for both Obstetrics and Gynecologic).
Assesses the complex acute, critical and chronically ill-patient and obtains relevant comprehensive and problem-focused health histories, prioritizing data collection and using collateral sources as necessary (medical knowledge and patient care)
Demonstrates the ability to develop and reformulate as necessary, differential diagnoses by priority, identifies the presence of co-morbidities, and uses diagnostic strategies and technical skills to monitor and sustain physiological function and ensure patient safety
Participates in daily team transition huddles to facilitate effective coordinated patient care
Utilizes evidence based practice, along with prescribing appropriate pharmacologic (includes medication reconciliation) and non-pharmacologic treatment modalities; implements treatment and referral orders; interprets and evaluates appropriate lab and diagnostic testing and reports to collaborating physician(s) and health care team members
Monitoring and ensuring the Quality of the Healthcare Practice - skill of ensuring quality of care through consultation, collaboration, continuing education, certification, and evaluation
The skill of improving one's own practice as well as engaging in interdisciplinary peer and colleague review
Adapts teaching and learning approaches based on physiological and psychological changes, age, developmental stage, cognitive status, readiness to learn, health literacy, the environment and available resources (professionalism)
Participates professionally and works collaboratively to identify processes, principles to meet quality core metrics and documentation standards and expectations (system based)
Maintain collaborative/supervision agreement as required through the Ohio Medial Board/Ohio Board of Nursing. Includes yearly review/Quality Assurance and evaluations
Add essential duties as instructed in the directions above
Masters Degree required
Certified Nurse Midwife
National Board Certification as an Advanced Practice RN specifically a Certified Nurse Midwife. Prescriptive privileges certification obtained or in process (must be completed within specified time frame).
1-3 years experience
Certifications: RNC-OB preferred. CEFM preferred
Associated topics: adult nurse practioner, anesthetist crna, aprn, assessments, cardiology, community, family nurse practioner, np, physician assistant, practitioner