Its an exciting time to join OHSU and Doernbechers Children Hospital to be on the front line of advanced imaging while also caring for children throughout the region. We are seeking an innovative, team player to join a partnership between the Adult Cardiology, Pediatric Cardiology and Advanced Imaging teams. The position will be dual focused between overseeing adult patients with implanted devices during MRI exams and supporting the pediatric EP program in the outpatient clinics.
Traditionally, a PPM or ICD has been a contraindication to any MRI scan. The OHSU clinical cardiac electrophysiology (EP) service, however, is proud to partner with providers throughout the region to provide a research protocol that permits safe MRI scans in patients with a PPM or ICD. We have performed over 300 MRIs in PPM and ICD patients without any complications, and are the only hospital in the area offering this service. We are looking for an advanced practitioner to help us expand this program by carefully monitoring patients during their exams .
More pediatricians in Oregon and south west Washington send their patients to Doernbecher Heart Program than anywhere in the Pacific Northwest. To deliver exceptional care, we bring together a team of experts who specialize in the care of children with heart disease. The team works closely with parents and referring physicians to provide the best possible outcome for every child. Our team has the most advanced expertise in every area of children's heart care. They provide care to cardiology care for neonates through young adulthood. We are looking for an APP to care for children with arrhythmia conditions in our outpatient and telemedicine clinics.
As a member of the OHSU Knight Cardiovascular Institute team, this position works in partnership with Pediatric Cardiology and Advanced Imaging teams to certification and monitoring of Adults and Children with implanted devices during MRI proceedures, providing post MRI procedure care to this group of patients. This position will be responsible for coordintating MRI certification for patients referred to OHSU for MRI services with implanted pacemakers. A portion of this position will be spent providing cardiology care within the pediatric elecrtophysiology outpatient clinic, focusing on pediatric patients with arrythimia.
This position collaborates with a team of providers across disciplines to provide comprehensive cardiovascular disease prevention assessment and services. Maintains and updates most cardiovascular pre-printed order sets for the clinical service and be familiar with active cardiovascular treatment protocols.
Professional participation is expected including attendance in relevant educational conferences, participation in didactic conferences.
As teaching is an important portion of the cardiology mission, you will be responsible in assisting the teaching of medical students, residents and fellows.
DEA and required prescriptive authority, upon hire
Current Nurse Practitioner license for the state of Oregon
State of Oregon Nurse Practitioner Prescriptive Privileges
ACNP, AGACNP, PNP-ACor equivalent certification required for inpatient services
Currentand active Physician Assistant license for State of Oregon
Membership in aprofessional organization
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