ChristianaCare is looking for a Physician Assistant or a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner to join our innovative year-long post-graduate training program in Neonatology. The Neonatal APC Fellowship Program is a twelve-month intensive training program for new Advanced Practice Clinicians that provides mentoring, diverse clinical experience in our level II and III NICUs, and a customized didactic education in newborn medicine through case study, small-group discussion, simulation, and participation in department-wide lectures. This fellowship program is both supportive and challenging as the Neonatal APC Fellow will manage infants with a variety of complex diagnoses under the direct guidance and supervision of a neonatologist and experienced neonatal advanced practice provider. The program is perfect for an APC who is looking to develop into the role of a Neonatal Advanced Care Provider in a structured environment with a Fellowship Coordinator providing guidance throughout the program. The Neonatal APC Fellow will receive an annual salary of $78,000 . Fellows are considered full-time employees of ChristianaCare with benefits. The expectation is that fellows who meet performance objectives and demonstrate CCHS values will apply for permanent employment as a Neonatal APC with ChristianaCare after completing the program at a rate commensurate with +1 year of clinical experience. This program allows for a supported transition into the role of Neonatal APC and we hope you consider joining ChristianaCare on this journey! Roles and Responsibilities:
Actively participate in the Neonatology APC Fellowship Program education curriculum
Complete self-learning modules and review supplemental material on didactic neonatal medicine topics
Complete post-rotation evaluations to assess competency and provide feedback for the trainee and program
Participate in professional development by identifying learning needs, keeping accurate log of all necessary procedures and maintaining competencies, and attending educational offerings
Will utilize assessment skills learned to support the management of assigned patients
Perform and document daily assessments
Collect and analyze data and formulate a family-centered plan of care
Evaluate and monitor the effectiveness of a prescribed management plan
Work collaboratively to communicate the plan of care and potential changes to the supervising neonatologist and assigned Neonatal Advanced Practice Clinician
Demonstrates commitment to patient safety by being aware of safe practices and changing practices to enhance safety. Demonstrates shared accountability for a safe practice.
Educational and Experience Requirements: Licensure or license eligible for Delaware Registered Nurse and Advanced Practice Registered Nurse as set forth by the Delaware Board of Nursing License or license eligible as a Physician Assistant in the state of Delaware Graduate of an ARC-PA accredited physician assistant program and have NCCPA Certification Certified in BLS is required upon start date To apply for this program, you will need to complete the online application, submit a resume, and cover letter.
If you meet the minimum requirements, please have 2 reference letters on hand to be ready to be sent.