Advanced Practice Registered Nurses / Physician Assistants
The Nurse Practitioner/Physician Assistant provides clinical support to two to three senior Bone Marrow Transplant (BMT) academic medical oncologists or hematologists. The Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant will work with physicians and team management to assist in direct patient care, case management, practice development, and implementation of policies and procedures focused on patient-centered care models.
Minimum Training and Education: Currently licensed as an Advanced Practice Nurse in the state of SC or licensed as a Physician Assistant by the National Board of Medical Examiners or the American Academy of Physician Assistants. Requires certification in Basic Life Support.
Licensure, Certifications, Registrations: Currently eligible or licensed as an Advanced Practice Nurse (specifically ANP) in the state of SC or Licensed (or certification eligible) as a Physician Assistant by the National Board of Medical Examiners or the American Academy of Physician Assistants. Requires certification in Basic Life Support.
Additional Duties and Responsibilities:
Participate in 4 days per week in clinic with supervising oncologists, performing evaluations and workups of new BMT patients (when requested by physician), and assist with ongoing management of returning patients.
MUSC Physicians, the physician group of the MUSC family, provides services ranging from prevention and wellness to highly specialized care at outpatient clinics and facilities both on the MUSC campus and in the community. With the opening of an advanced medical office complex in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina, MUSC now has the widest range of specialty care available at any medical center in South... Carolina. MUSC Physicians operates as group practice, thus serving as a resource to attract and support a superior clinical faculty for the education and training of undergraduate and graduate medical and health-related professionals. Patient care is our #1 priority. The success of our operations is dependent on our continuing successful relationships with our patients, particularly as we transition to an electronic medical record.