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7/19/17

Are you looking to maximize your professional career? Portland Gastroenterology Center is one of the leading providers of G.I. health care in Maine and Northern New England and we are looking for a dedicated Nurse Practitioner to join our team!

Our Nurse Practitioners are an integral part of our practice; performing patient follow up and consultative clinical evaluation, conducting physical exams, preparing treatment plans, and providing patients with health and disease prevention information.

Candidates should have advanced knowledge and skills in conducting physical examinations and treating patients in an expanded practice model with minimal direction. An advanced knowledge of nursing theory and practice, and additional specialized training acquired through completion of a concentrated study and clinical internship leading to a Master’s Degree. Applicants should have or be eligible to obtain a current license and registration to practice as a certified Advanced Practice Nurse in the State of Maine.

We offer a competitive salary and benefits packet.

If you have always wanted to live in a vibrant city that offers affordable housing, excellent schools, and an energetic arts community, then Portland, Maine is for you!

For more information, or to apply, please emailsusan.shaw@portlandgastro.com

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6/23/17  (90)

Position Title: Exceptional Cardiology Opportunity for Advanced Practice Provider in Bangor, Maine.
Employer: Eastern Maine Medical Cetner
Employer Descripton:
Location: Bangor, Maine
Job Description: Exceptional Cardiology Opportunity for Advanced Practice Provider in Bangor, Maine. Eastern Maine Medical Center is seeking a nurse practitioner or physician assistant to join a large, well-established hospital-employed cardiology practice. Join large, well-established Bangor practice Collegial work environment Robust training program for new providers Competitive compensation/benefits package Generous Student Loan Repayment program Primary responsibilities include: inpatient and outpatient care and complete diagnostic and follow up services. Candidates must be certified and hold a current Maine license or be immediately eligible for the same. Experience in cardiology preferred. New graduates are encouraged to apply. Eastern Maine Medical Center is a 411-bed regional tertiary care medical center with academic affiliations serving a population of 500,000+ living in the northern two-thirds of the state's geography. Bangor is an award-winning small city, offers easy access to Maine's spectacular coast, lakes, and mountains. Schools rank among New England's best. Bangor serves as the regional hub for medicine, the arts, and commerce.
Clinical Setting: Hospital Medical Practice
Job Description: Certified/Eligible
Compensation: Competitive
Name, title: Jamie L. Grant, Recruiter
Email: emmccvs@emhs.org
Phone Number: (207) 973-5358


6/23/17 (90)

Position Title: Exceptional Emergency Medicine and Inpatient Medicine Opportunities in Waterville, Maine for Advanced Practice Providers
Employer: Eastern Maine Medical Center
Employer Descripton:
Location: Waterville, Maine
Job Description: For Emergency Medicine Eastern Maine Medical Center is seeking an experienced, board-certified nurse practitioner or physician assistant to work at the Inland Hospital Emergency Department in Waterville, Maine.

  • NP or PA, with experience in emergency medicine, to work collaboratively with ED physicians to provide direct patient care and additional in-hospital coverage for the Inland Hospital's Emergency Department
  • Join 5 physicians and 2 advanced practice providers
  • 12-hour shifts; 7 shifts per 2 weeks
  • Collegial, collaborative professional environment
  • Superb support
  • Up-to-date facilities For Inpatient Medicine: Eastern Maine Medical Center is seeking a certified Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant for inpatient medicine/hospitalist service to work at Inland Hospital in Waterville, Maine
  • Join large, well-established practice
  • Robust training program for new providers
  • Collegial work environment
  • Superb support
  • Excellent compensation and benefits As part of Eastern Maine Healthcare, practicing at Inland Hospital offers the small office experience with all the benefits of affiliation with a large tertiary care center and progressive health system. Inland Hospital is a dynamic healthcare organization with a 48-bed community hospital and a 105-bed continuing care center on the hospital campus in downtown Waterville, Maine. This small college town and surrounding communities are centrally located, with easy access to the mountains and Maine's breathtaking sea shore. Bangor, Maine's third largest city is less than one hour away. Waterville also serves as the gateway to Maine's capital region, with Augusta only a short drive on I-95.

Clinical Setting: Hospital
Job Description: Certified/Eligible
Compensation: Competitive
Name, title: Jamie L. Grant, Recruiter
Email: emmccvs@emhs.org
Phone Number: (207) 973-5358


6/23/17 (90)

Position Title: Exceptional Emergency Medicine and Inpatient Medicine Opportunities in Blue Hill, Maine for Advanced Practice Providers
Employer: Eastern Maine Medical Center
Employer Descripton:
Location: Blue Hill, Maine
Job Description: For Emergency Medicine: Eastern Maine Medical Center is seeking an experienced Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant for a position located at our affiliate, Blue Hill Memorial Hospital in Blue Hill, Maine.

  • Experience in Emergency Medicine required
  • Dynamic provider-led collaborative ED model
  • Supportive hospital administration ¿ Engaged patient population
  • Join 2 physicians and 1 advanced practitioner at primary site in Blue Hill
  • Flexible scheduling/No call
  • Medical student teaching options
  • Full Spectrum of Sub-specialty backup and consultation In-house collaborative Hospitalist Service, Radiology and Night Hawk Services In System LifeFlight of Maine Air/Ground Critical Care Transport Program In-System ACS-Verified Level II Trauma Center < 1 hr away Trauma Service: on call consult Critical Care Intensivists: on call consult Pediatric Intensivists: on call consult For Inpatient Medicine/Hospitalist: Eastern Maine Medical Center is seeking a certified Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant for inpatient medicine/hospitalist service located at our affiliate, Blue Hill Memorial Hospital in Blue Hill, Maine.
  • Thriving collaborative mindset
  • Established, well-supported practice
  • Excellent training and mentorship with experienced providers
  • Collegial work environment
  • Flexibility with scheduling; Block schedule with no call
  • Excellent compensation and benefits Blue Hill Memorial Hospital is a 25-bed critical access hospital located in a quaint and beautiful peninsula region of Maine's breathtaking coast
  • a highly desirable area offering year-round access to limitless outdoor recreation and some of the most beautiful scenery in the country. This area is rich with artists and craftspeople, art galleries, small shops, and bustling downtowns.

Clinical Setting: Hospital
Job Description: Certified/Eligible
Compensation: Competitive
Name, title: Jamie L. Grant, Recruiter
Email: emmccvs@emhs.org
Phone Number: (207) 973-5358


 

6/20/17 (30)

Position Title: Nurse Practitioner
Employer: Correctional Health Partners
Employer Descripton: Correctional Health Partners (CHP) is a physician-owned company that customizes comprehensive correctional healthcare services for county jails and state corrections systems across the U.S. We are a privately owned subsidiary of Physician Health Partners (PHP), an organization that helps primary care providers improve clinical outcomes and lower costs. CHP brings the same effective principles used in the community to correctional healthcare, resulting in satisfied clients and timely, cost-effective patient healthcare services.
Location: Bangor-Augusta-Auburn
Job Description: Correctional Health Partners (CHP) improves the success of our clients by helping them provide high quality, efficient care for their patients. CHP brings the same effective principles used in the community to correctional healthcare, resulting in satisfied clients and timely, cost-effective patient healthcare services. We are currently looking for a Part Time Nurse Practitioner for our Penobscot County facility in Bangor, Maine with the capability to be full time by floating to locations in Augusta and Auburn, Maine to provide comprehensive diagnostic and restorative medical and psychotherapeutic services and examinations within a specific scope of practice to inmates. Develop and implement individualized patient care and treatment plans. As the primary care provider for the delivery of essential health services to inmates, works closely with Health Services Administrator maintain delivery of essential healthcare services. Experience Required:

  • Master's degree or its equivalent from a recognized college, institute or university with major study in nursing, and graduation from an advanced practice registered nurse program that meets qualifications established by the Board of Nursing Examiners for the specialty in which the Nurse Practitioner is to be employed.
  • Five years' professional nursing experience in the field appropriate to the position for which recruitment is conducted.
  • Prior correctional clinical experience, preferred. Advanced Practice Registered Nurse license issued by the state in which they practice.
  • Current Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) certification.

Clinical Setting: Correctional Facility
Job Description: Active Maine NP Licensure and DEA active
Compensation: $60+/hr
Name, title: Allison Zulkoski, Human Resources
Email: allison.zulkoski@chpdelivers.com
Phone Number: (720) 612-6645
Website: http://chpdelivers.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a2r80q4xnpm3


6/1/2017  (90)

Position Title:               Nurse Practitioner
Employer:                     Swift River Family Medicine
Employer Descripton: Family practice located in Rumford, Maine, a part of Central Maine Medical Family
Location:                     Rumford, Maine
Job Description:        The Nurse Practitioner is responsible for providing primary healthcare to patients and families of all ages, focusing on health maintenance, disease prevention, patient education and counseling. Provider will be involved with Occupational Health, Employee Health and DOT physicals (training available). Expectations are to see between 16-20 patients per day, depending on experience.  Current practice holds 4900 patients with 5 Medical Doctors and one OB GYN.  We also host a rural track residency program with 1-4 resident providers on any given day. 
Clinical Setting:          Hospital Medical Practice
Job Description:         Current Registered Nurse and Advanced Practice Nurse License in the State of Maine, Master's Degree in Nursing from an accredited program, national certification as a Nurse Practitioner or certification eligible. Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS required. Current ACLS Certification preferred. Current PALS Certification preferred if caring for Pediatric patients. Skills: Basic computer knowledge. Previous experience preferred. New Grads are encouraged to apply!
Compensation:      TBD
Name, title:             Donna Lafean, Associate Professional Staff Recruiter
Email:                     lafeando@cmhc.org
Phone Number:     (800) 445-7431


5/30/17  (90)

Position Title: PMHNP for Maine's Leading FQHC
Employer: Penobscot Community Health Care
Employer Descripton:
Location: Bangor, Old Town, Brewer
Job Description: POSITION SUMMARY Provides psychiatric services for PCHC under the supervision of the Chief Psychiatric Officer or designee. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS 1. Establishes therapeutic relationships in order to facilitate the patient¿s progress with treatment goals. 2. Provides psychiatric evaluation, determines diagnoses and prescribes appropriate treatment as indicated for a variety of psychiatric conditions, and obtains consultation from collaborating physician when appropriate. 3. Develops and maintains psychotherapy skills to meet the needs of a diverse population. 4. Keeps informed about current research and knowledge and applies it to patient care. 5. Utilizes the DSM in making diagnostic formulations. 6. Integrates bi-psychosocial information into single, shared electronic medical record. 7. Performs and documents psychiatric evaluations and medication follow-up. 8. Enters progress notes into the medical record. 9. Reviews laboratory tests, reporting abnormal results to the appropriate provider. 10. Provides direct individual, family and group therapy. 11. Provides consultation to PCHC providers. 12. Keeps accurate time record of activities. 13. Provides on-call services, as required. 14. Carries out responsibilities in a highly professional manner and in accordance with professional and business ethical standards. 15. Demonstrates highly effective interpersonal communication and conflict management skills. 16. Ensures that all members of PCHC staff and administration have access to all appropriate information. 17. Facilitates a positive, open, supportive work environment. 18. Demonstrates flexibility, creativity and adaptability in job performance. 19. Returns patient phone calls. Based upon the assessment of the patient¿s needs, providers recommendations for safety, support and follow-up. 20. Maintains clinical records and procedures which are in compliance with State licensing requirements and professional standards. 21. Is current with and follows agency, program, organization and professional standards of conduct, professionalism and quality of service. 22. Complies with infection control, occupational and health standards and all rules, regulations and operating plans issued by PCHC, the Occupational and Safety Health Act and JCAHO. 23. Understands Continuous Quality Improvement principles and incorporates them into daily work. 24. Accepts supervision and guidance. Is flexible when asked to perform other duties. 25. Maintains strict confidentiality regarding all client and agency information according to policy. A professional relationship with all staff, clients and volunteers is maintained at all times. 26. Will have up-to-date training and certification in Basic Life Support. 27. Interacts harmoniously and effectively with others, focusing upon the attainment of organizational goals and objectives through a commitment to teamwork. 28. Conforms to acceptable attendance and punctuality standards as expressed in the Employee Handbook. 29. Complies with all safety rules and protocols. Reports all accidents, regardless of severity, immediately to supervisor and completes incident/injury report and investigation form, which will be forwarded to Human Resources within 24 hours of incident. 30. Abides by the organizations compliance program and its requirements. 31. Current on all required training for current year. 32. Performs all other duties, as assigned by supervisor.
Clinical Setting: Community Health Facility
Job Description: Current Advanced Practice Registered Nurse License in the State of Maine. Certification by the American Nurses Credentialing Center as a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner. Minimum of 2 years experience as Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP) preferred. Will have up-to-date training and certification in Healthcare Provider Basic Life Support issued by American Heart Association. American Red Cross or American Health & Safety Institute. Must obtain within 3 months if not current at hire. Valid driver¿s license with acceptable driving record for insurance purposes.
Compensation: $90,000-$120,000
Name, title: Vanessa Sanderson, Recruitment Coordinator
Email: vsanderson@pchc.com
Phone Number: (207) 404-8015
Website: www.pchc.com/careers


 

Posted 5/23/2017 (30)

Position Title: Camp Nurse
Employer: Boothbay Region YMCA
Employer Descripton:
Location: Camp Knickerbocker, Boothbay, MAINE
Job Description: We are looking for a NURSE for our upcoming season at Camp Knickerbocker in Boothbay, Maine. Free Housing in the Camp Dorm is available if needed. This is a full time position, Monday-Friday, 7:30AM-3:30PM. Beautiful setting, wonderful staff team.
Clinical Setting: Summer Camp
Job Description: RN or Wilderness First Aid
Compensation: $500 per week
Name, title: Emily Mirabile
Email: emirabile@brymca.org
Phone Number: (207) 350-7375
Website: http://www.boothbayregionymca.org/sft1078/employment-application.pdf


Posted 4/26/2017 (90)

Position Title: Pediatric Nurse Practitioner
Employer: Waterville Pediatrics
Employer Descripton:
Location: Waterville and Madison
Job Description: Join our well established private pediatric practice in Waterville Maine. You will become part of a flexible and collaborative team-based practice composed of three nurse practitioners and seven physicians. In order to better serve our community Waterville Pediatrics operates two office sites in Maine, one located in Waterville, and one in Madison. Waterville Pediatrics participates in Quality Initiatives and is currently recognized as a level 3 Patient Centered Medical Home. Together as a team we strive to offer compassionate and evidence-based care to our families. Nurse Practitioners generally staff the office Monday - Friday (3 or 4 days/wk) We offer flexible hours to include 7am-6pm or 8am-5pm. Holiday and Weekend rotations are not required for this position. Shared on-call phone triage coverage 7 days a week required. Average number of phone calls per night- 5 in the winter, 2-3 in the summer. Average call days per month:6. If our practice sounds like a good fit for you, please consider joining our family focused, supportive team in caring for the amazing children in Maine!
Clinical Setting: Private Medical Practice
Job Description: Master's Degree, graduate of an accredited advanced practice nursing program. A current state of Maine Registered Nurse license or an RN license recognized by the Nurse Licensure Compact. Current Nurse Practitioner Certification (APRN) is required. DEA Number. 2 years or more of experience as a Nurse Practitioner in a pediatric setting is preferred but not required.
Compensation: Competitive Salary
Name, title: Karen Curtis Office Manager
Email: kcurtis@watervillepediatrics.com
Phone Number: (207) 873-5437


Posted 4/13/2017 (90)
12028079

Position Title: Nurse Practitioner-Palliative Care
Employer: Central Maine Medical Center
Employer Descripton:
Location: Lewiston, Maine
Job Description: The Palliative Care nurse practitioner is a key member of an interdisciplinary Palliative Care inpatient consult service. The Palliative Care NP works in conjunction with the physician, other NP, social worker, and chaplain to provide consultative support to hospitalized patients as requested by their providers. This NP has great responsibility and independence in triaging and performing initial and ongoing assessments, assessing and managing symptoms and alleviating distress, and directing conversations with patients and families to foster a better understanding of treatment options and how their goals of care can best be optimized. This includes coordinating with other providers, arranging and leading family meetings, and communicating with patients and their loved ones. The Palliative Care NP also provides education and support to hospital staff and promotes palliative care throughout the health system and greater community. This is a full time, Monday-Friday, 40 hour/week inpatient position.
Clinical Setting: Hospital
Job Description: This position requires two years of post-licensure clinical experience in palliative care or hospice, hospital or long term care, or geriatrics. Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS Certification required; Current ACLS Certification preferred.
Compensation: We offer a very competitive compensation package.
Text Box: Donna Lafean, Associate Professional Staff Recruiter
Email: lafeando@cmhc.org
Phone Number: (800) 445-7431


Posted 3/21/2017 (90)

11942391

Position Title: Medication Management Clinic, Nurse Practitioner
Employer: Central Maine Medical Center
Employer Descripton:
Location: Lewiston, Maine
Job Description: Medication Management Clinic in Lewiston, Maine is seeking an experienced full time or part-time Nurse Practitioner. The Nurse Practitioner is responsible for providing anticoagulation therapy management to patients per medical staff approved protocol. Candidate will consult and provide management outreach to patients regarding high risk medications. This person will develop inpatient consult service and implement of patient education as well as cross coverage of RN scope and routine testing. Responsible for assisting in the coordination of patient care by the health care team, taking into account the biophysical, psycho-social, spiritual, environmental, self-care, educational needs of the patient and family. Acts as the patient¿s advocate; coordinates and facilitates all resources necessary to ensure clinical needs are met and outcomes achieved; promotes teamwork with staff, physicians, and personnel in other departments; and supports the values of CMMC. Full Time, 40 hours a week, or Regular Part-Time, 20 hours a week, 2 days a week, 7:30am-5:00pm; Location in Lewiston, Maine and will require flexing to Bridgton and Rumford regional office sites.
Clinical Setting: Hospital Medical Practice
Job Description: Current Registered Nurse and Advanced Practice Nurse License in the State of Maine, Master's Degree in Nursing from an accredited program, national certification as a Nurse Practitioner. A minimum two years internal medicine or acute care experience required. Anti-coagulation management experience preferred. Approved Certification in Anticoagulation Therapy Management or successful completion of Anti-coagulation Management Therapy Certificate within 6 months of hire required. Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS required. Skills: Basic computer knowledge.
Compensation: TBD
Text Box: Donna Lafean, Associate Professional Staff Recruiter
Email: lafeando@cmhc.org
Phone Number: (800) 445-7431


 Posted 3/21/2017 (90)

Position Title: Nurse Practitioner-Hospitalist
Employer: Bridgton Hospital
Employer Descripton: Hospitalist Position in Picturesque Bridgton, Maine: Bridgton Hospital, part of the Central Maine Medical Family, seeks experienced Nurse Practitioner to join its well-established Hospitalist program.
Location: Bridgton, Maine
Job Description: Bridgton Hospital, part of the Central Maine Medical Family, seeks a physician assistant or nurse practitioner to join its well-established hospitalist program. The full time hospitalist PA/NP would be responsible for two regular weeknight shifts and every fifth weekend, allowing for a healthy work/life balance. The candidate would be responsible for overnight admissions and care of acute inpatients and swing bed patients in our 21-bed critical access hospital. This is a contracted position with opportunities for loan repayment and additional per diem hours. Previous hospital experience necessary.
Clinical Setting: Hospital
Job Description: This candidate will work according to Maine State Rules and Regulations within established scope of practice. Requirements: Specialty Certification, current Maine License and DEA certification required. Two years of hospital medicine experience preferred. Current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider BLS Certification, ACLS Certification is required. Skills: Basic Computer Knowledge and excellent Customer Service.
Compensation: TBD
Text Box: Donna Lafean, Associate Professional Staff Recruiter
Email: lafeando@cmhc.org
Phone Number: (800) 445-7431


 

 Posted 1/31/17
FULL-TIME FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER
Hope Health Family Practice is looking for a FNP to provide primary care in Camden, Maine.
We are growing and need a fourth FNP.  The position is 4-5 days per week. We provide above average salary and benefits.
HHFP is one of a handful of Nurse Practitioner owned and operated practices in the State of Maine.
FNP experience and a current Maine APRN license are required.
If interested, please e-mail your resume to brien@hopehealthfnp.com.