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Village of Healing is a 501c3 community development organization with a new approach to community wellness. By focusing on healing and empowering individuals in the village, we work to eliminate social determinants of health and decrease health disparities through implementing community programming, advocacy, and collaboration. Our vision is to offer all members of the community life-empowering skills through multiple sources and mediums that will in turn heal and empower the village. We also work to ensure our constituents are equipped to lead healthy lives that thrive beyond survival.

Our board-certified women’s health nurse practitioner (BC-WHNP) or certified nurse midwife (CNM) provides professional nursing care to assigned patients in our outpatient facility. Working closely as a member of the interprofessional team to ensure the highest standard of patient and customer care by offering comprehensive women's services, including obstetrics and gynecology. The BC-WHNP or CNM is a specialist whose focus is the care of women across the lifespan including, but not limited to, well-woman care, health education, contraceptive counseling and prenatal care. The BC-WHNP or CNM practices under the rules and regulations of the Ohio Board of Nursing. Utilizing evidence to drive clinical decisions and practice related to individual and population health. The NP or CNM participates in continuous quality improvement initiatives and assumes responsibility for their professional development.
Summary of Responsibilities:
o Patient-Centered Care: Dedicate yourself to maintaining the highest level of patient confidentiality while delivering exceptional care.
o Comprehensive Patient Assessment: Conduct thorough patient history and physical examinations with meticulous documentation adhering to policy and the Standard of Care Agreement.
o Care Planning and Execution: Formulate and execute individualized care plans according to the Standard of Care Agreement, ensuring patients receive the best possible care.
o Collaborative Approach: Collaborate with other healthcare providers and specialists when necessary to offer holistic patient care.
o Prescriptive Authority: Prescribe medications following Ohio Revised Code, Ohio Administrative Code, and the Formulary provided by Advanced Practice Nursing laws.
o Legal Compliance: Adhere to State Advanced Practice Nursing Guidelines and Laws while practicing medicine.
o Patient Education: Provide comprehensive patient education encompassing health, emotional, and physical needs.
o Resource Management: Utilize medical supplies judiciously, demonstrating a commitment to cost-effective care.
o Effective Communication: Exhibit outstanding communication skills in all interactions with patients, colleagues, and healthcare staff.
o Team Collaboration: Foster and maintain professional relationships with healthcare team members, actively participating in planning and problem-solving.
o Continuous Growth: Engage in ongoing education and professional development to remain current in your field.
o Commitment to Meetings: Attend all required staff meetings, actively contributing to organizational improvement.
o Policy Adherence: Uphold and promote organizational policies and procedures concerning personnel and medical matters.
o Supportive Role: Offer assistance to fellow team members and serve as a positive role model.
o Ethical and Legal Compliance: Adhere to ethical, legal, and compliance standards, including HIPAA, OSHA, OIG, and other state and federal regulations. Report any suspected unethical or unlawful activities to the appropriate authorities.
o Community Engagement: Actively participate in activities that benefit the organization, including fundraising and community initiatives.
o Other Duties: Fulfill additional responsibilities as assigned.

o Job Qualifications:
o Experience: Preferably possess a minimum of 2 years of relevant clinical experience.
o Education: Hold a Master's Degree (M.S. or M.S.N.) from an accredited institution.
o Licensure: Be licensed to practice in the State of Ohio.
o Board Certification: Either board-eligible or certified as a Women's Health Practitioner or AMCB Certified Nurse Midwife.
o EMR Proficiency: Demonstrate knowledge and experience in documenting patient care in an Electronic Medical Records (EMR) system.
o Communication Skills: Possess excellent verbal, written, and presentation skills.
o Clinical Expertise: Exhibit the ability to make knowledgeable clinical assessments, judgments, and provide guidance to staff.
o Interdisciplinary Collaboration: Collaborate effectively with members of the interdisciplinary team, enhancing the overall quality of care.
o Confidentiality: Maintain the utmost confidentiality of patient medical records.
o Salary:
o Competitive Compensation: $95,000 - $115,000 per year, commensurate with experience.
o Comprehensive benefits package, including dental insurance, health insurance, malpractice insurance, paid time off, and vision insurance.
o Medical Specialties:
o Obstetrics and Gynecology (Ob/Gyn)
o Work Schedule:
o Full-Time: Monday to Friday, standard day shift.
o Work Setting:
o In-Person: You'll work on-site, providing outpatient care.
o Work Location:
o On-site at our healthcare facility.