New Britain General
New Britain, CT
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DescriptionJob Schedule: Part Time
Get MORE from your career with Hartford HealthCare
Hartford HealthCare, the largest and most comprehensive healthcare system in Connecticut, has a new growth opportunity for an APP Program Manager of Limb Preservation program with Hospital of Central CT in New Britain, CT.
Some highlights of this opportunity include:
· Directly manages and develops staff and oversees daily operations of clinical and administrative staff within a specialty clinical program that provides education, health promotion and support to patients managing a complex chronic disease, limiting disability, and/or complex clinical condition.
· Responsible for hiring, scheduling, assignments, coaching, mentoring, training and education.
· Provides quality, holistic and cost-effective advanced practice care for patients, families, and others in a target population, and participates in the medical management of patients, to achieve or maintain optimal health status, manage disease and reduce risk of illness.
· Engages in independent decision-making regarding the health care of individuals, families and groups across the lifespan and across the health care continuum
· Collaborates with the management team to support and develop initiatives and business plans with fiscal and regulatory responsibility
Located between Boston and New York City, Connecticut offers you and your family access to a lifestyle that is second to none. Enjoy the finest schools in the nation, four beautiful seasons of recreational activities, and options to live at the shore, in leafy suburbs, or in vibrant urban areas. To put MORE GROWTH IN YOUR CAREER, apply today!
Current CT APRN license or Current PA license.
Graduate of an accredited Physician Assistant program or Completion of Approved Nurse Practitioner Program
Minimum of 3 years advanced practice experience in acute care or in specialty area.
Supervisory experience preferred.
Additional certification/training typically required related to complex chronic disease, limiting disability, and/or complex clinical condition per program requirements.