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Advanced Practice Registered Nurses / Physician Assistants
Hospital, Public and Private
Internal Number: NP
Crozer-Keystone Health Network (CKHN) is seeking both Full-time and Part-time Psychiatric Nurse Practitioners to work in child/adult/geriatric/substance abuse outpatient behavioral health settings. CKHN is also seeking FT/PT psychiatric nurse practitioners to work on crisis and consultation service as well as to provide coverage on the adult inpatient unit.
Providers will be performing medication management and evaluations as needed.
The Advanced Practice Practitioner, in collaboration with their physician partner, will maintain a caseload of patients providing ongoing medication management and evaluation services in a community based mental health clinic.
Preferred candidates should possess excellent communication and problem solving skills, and be able to multitask and work effectively in teams as well as independently.
CRNP must have certification as either an Adult Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner or a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (formerly known as Family Psychiatric–Mental Health Nurse Practitioner)
We offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Professional Development fees provided to candidates as well as Educational Assistance.
ABOUT CROZER-CHESTER MEDICAL CENTER
Crozer-Chester Medical Center is Delaware County’s premier destination for advanced clinical care. This 300-bed facility is home to the county’s first cardiothoracic surgery program, a renowned neurosciences team, the largest group of psychiatrists in the region, and a comprehensive range of specialty and tertiary-care services.
Additionally, Crozer is the only hospital in the Philadelphia suburbs equipped with a comprehensive emergency department, trauma center and burn treatment center. As a teaching hospital and regional medical campus for Drexel University College of Medicine, our physicians work to train the next generation of healthcare providers through our residency, fellowship and allied health programs.
CROZER HEALTH SYSTEM
Crozer Health System is a four-hospital health system based in Delaware County, Pennsylvania serving Delaware County, northern Delaware and parts of western New Jersey. These facilities house a Level 2 trauma center, a regional burn center, three regional cancer centers, and a kidney transplant center. It also includes a network of outpatient centers, urgent care centers and a sports club. Crozer Health System is committed to the improved health status of those we serve. Through a seamless, user-friendly continuum of quality health services including primary, acute and long-term care, through rehabilitation and restorative care, Crozer deploys its resources in a cost-effective and community-responsive manner. Working with our community, we promote a place to live, work and enjoy our families.
CROZER HEALTH MEDICAL GROUP
Within our health system is the health network which is the largest primary care and specialty physician network in Delaware County. With over 300 physicians who practice in locations throughout the county, CHMG offers an array of specialty and subspecialty services, including family practice, internal medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology, gynecologic oncology, reproductive endocrinology, sports medicine and multiple surgical subspecialties.
THE CROZER HEALTH VISION:
Commits to its academic mission to educate both current and future clinicians and caregivers;
Explores and implements new technologies for delivering care;
Builds partnerships within our community to meet the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of those we serve;
Creates an environment where each employee, physician, volunteer and board member uses their skills, creativity and learning to promote the health and well-being of our patients, their families and communities;
Accepts responsibility for being the steward of community health resources now and for future generations.