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Nurse Practitioner-General Cardiology

Company: Multicare Health Systems
Location: Tacoma
Posted on: February 22, 2021

Job Description:

ARNP - General Cardiology

As a provider within our physician governed cardiovascular institute you'll find everything you need to excel in your job including outstanding facilities, comprehensive resources and talented teammates sharing your commitment to quality patient care. MultiCare is a recognized leader in the use of advanced technology and EPIC, our Electronic Medical Record (EMR), keeps our staff better connected throughout the healthcare system. The administrative team dedicated to cardiovascular services is here to partner with you to provide a high value system of health care to our community and across the Pacific Northwest.

Job Description:
Join our Cardiology, Cardiothoracic Surgery and Vascular Surgery integrated team as a strategic partner with MultiCare Health System. This full-time role is based in Tacoma, WA and also includes serving patients in our surrounding areas. State of the art cardiac cath labs, endo suite, facilities and a dynamic care team are just a few of the many benefits provided by this career opportunity.

Competitive salary, a full array of benefits, a healthy work/life balance, and a great location makes this an ideal choice for the provider who is looking to experience the best of Northwest living: from big-city amenities to the pristine beauty and recreational opportunities of the great outdoors.

Requirements:
---3 years of experience as an ARNP in cardiology services
---Acute Care Management of General Cardiology Patients
---Masters of Science in Nursing
---Post Bachelor's Nurse Practitioner Program
---Successful completion of a Certified Nurse Practitioner Exam through an accredited organization
---Licensed in the state of WA as an ARNP by the time of employment
---DEA, NPI & prescriptive authority
---Current BLS & ACLS for Healthcare Providers certification by the American Heart Association

Pulse Heart:
Based in Tacoma, WA, Pulse Heart is a physician led cardiovascular institute formed through a strategic partnership with MultiCare Health System, a leading-edge, integrated not-for-profit healthcare organization made up of five hospitals including Allenmore Hospital, Auburn Medical Center, Good Samaritan Hospital, Mary Bridge Children's Hospital and Tacoma General Hospital. The institute is made up of Cardiothoracic Surgery, Vascular Surgery and Cardiology inclusive of cardiovascular advanced practitioners. At our tertiary care center we perform advanced therapies including TAVR, VAD, and ECMO with an active interventional and surgical program.

Pulse Heart is a physician led Institute governed by eight health care providers, six of which are providers within the institute. Pulse Heart is a fundamentally different patient care structure in which physician leaders develop the strategic plan for each center of excellence. These include Coronary Artery Disease, Heart Failure, Arrhythmia, Vascular and Valvular with their own clinical outcomes programs, customer service metrics, and responsibility to control the costs of the care to the community while delivering a high quality product. Additional Information:
For more information you can reach the recruiter, Carla Voss at cjvoss@multicare.org / 253-347-3744. SEARCH BY KEYWORD SEARCH BY CATEGORY SEARCH BY LOCATION SEARCH BY SPECIALTY SEARCH BY ENTITY View All Jobs 10,117. 30 percent. What do these numbers mean? That's how many doses of COVID-19 vaccine MultiCare has administered so far, and nearly 30% of those doses went outside of MultiCare to local first responders and community health care providers and their staffs (as of 1/5/2021).
These numbers are just going to go up from here. The vaccine still isn't available for the general public, but this week the Department of Health released updated guidelines on the next phase of vaccine prioritization for our state.

Learn more at https://www.doh.wa.gov/Newsroom/Articles/ID/2554/Who-goes-next-Washington-releases-next-phase-of-vaccine-prioritization We are excited to announce that MultiCare has reached an agreement to acquire the majority ownership interest in Capital Medical Center in Olympia, Washington. This will expand MultiCare's ability to meet the health care needs of the people and communities in the South Puget Sound region and more broadly in the Pacific Northwest.

Capital Medical Center is a 107-bed community hospital that opened in 1985 and serves communities in Olympia, as well as Thurston, Mason, Lewis, and Grays Harbor counties.

Learn more at http://multica.re/capitalmedicalcenter https://www.multicare.org/news/multicare-and-capital-medical-center/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=capmc While the holiday season always comes with a fair share of stress and anxiety, this year has brought additional challenges. Know that you are not alone.
We spoke with our Mobile Outreach Crisis Team to compile some tips for supporting yourself and your loved ones this holiday season. https://www.multicare.org/news/how-to-manage-holiday-stress-covid-19/ This holiday season is like none we've experienced. We are all weary of the missed human connections and ongoing challenges in our lives because of COVID-19.

MultiCare nurses share what their holidays will look like this year and why they encourage all of us to do our part to keep our friends and family members safe and healthy.

Learn more at https://multica.re/saferholidays We are honored to announce that Mary Bridge Children's Hospital has received the The Leapfrog Group Top Children's Hospital award for the third year running.

Despite the unprecedented circumstances due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Mary Bridge Children's team has shown their unwavering dedication to our patients and the broader community, more than ever before.

Learn more at multica.re/leapfrog2020 https://www.marybridge.org/blog/mary-bridge-leapfrog-top-hospital-again-2020/ As we wrap up Movember and continue to raise awareness for men's health issues such as prostate cancer, it is timely that the Tacoma area's very first UroLift-- procedure was performed at MultiCare Allenmore Hospital earlier this month.

Learn more about the innovative procedure from urologist Jesse L. Mierzwiak, MD, who performed the first procedure. https://www.multicare.org/news/movember-spotlight-minimally-invasive-procedure-treats-enlarged-prostate/ Heidi. Max. Jaclyn. These are just a few of our local health care heroes who've experienced the physical, emotional and mental toll of caring for our community during a global pandemic. With help from the donor-powered Code Lavender program, these frontline fighters can get the support and resources needed to continue their critical work with courage and resilience. Learn more at multica.re/caringforcaregivers.

You can support your MultiCare heroes by participating in Giving Tuesday on December 1. https://multica.re/codelavendergive COVID-19 cases are rapidly increasing across Washington state. To ensure the safety of our patients and staff and to help stop the spread of the virus, we have updated our visitor restrictions in our hospitals and clinics. We appreciate your patience and cooperation. Please visit https://www.multicare.org/visitor-restrictions/ to see the full restrictions. Please note that the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department Drive-Thru Flu Vaccine Clinic originally sheduled for today, November 19th, at Steilacoom School District Office has been relocated to Lakes High School from 2:30-5:30 p.m..

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For more information visit https://www.tpchd.org/healthy-people/flu/free-drive-thru-flu-vaccine 1 in 8 woman will develop breast cancer in their lifetime, but we're on a mission to change that. Early detection, yearly screening and self exams can save lives. Get checked, and remind your loved ones to do the same this October. #breastcancerawarenessmonth Perform Hands-Only CPR safely during a pandemic It's not too late to reserve your spot at our 6th Annual MultiCare Institute for Research & Innovation virtual Research Day 2020.

Secure your spot to watch presentations on a variety of research topics (including but not limited to COVID-19). The event begins this Friday, October 16th at 8am.

RSVP by October 15th to reserve your virtual spot and celebrate community health care reserarch with us at https://www.multicare.org/research-events/ On World Mental Health Day, we're taking a moment to share one way you can help extraordinary health care heroes.
Learn how your gift to MultiCare's Code Lavender program provides medical staff with access to debriefings, educational presentations, reflection rounds, spiritual care and more to reduce stress and combat burnout at multica.re/caringforcaregivers. For most of his life, Joe had sold and used drugs and been involved with the criminal justice system. Upon being released from jail, Joe was referred to Navos' Substance Abuse Disorder (SUD) treatment program, where his SUD clinician developed a plan for a new path forward.

September is National Recovery Month. This recovery story and many more have been powered by donor support through the MultiCare Behavioral Health Foundation and MultiCare Behavioral Health Network.

You can support recoveries like Joe's at support.multicare.org/behavioralhealth https://www.multicare.org/news/joes-story-donors-to-multicare/ National Voter Registration Day is next week, but you don't have to wait. Are you registered to vote?

We encourage all our employees and members of our communities to vote - this year and every year - to ensure we all have a voice in shaping our futures. MultiCare's mission is partnering for healing and a healthy future, and ensuring that our communities are represented is a integral part of that mission.

To learn more and see resources to help you register to vote, find key dates and information on the upcoming election, visit http://multica.re/vote https://www.multicare.org/news/sept-22-national-voter-registration-day/ The nose is the body's first line of defense against pollutants and allergens in the air. With wildfire smoke causing dangerous levels of pollution in our air, keeping our sinuses clear can help prevent congestion, coughing, sneezing and more.

Watch as Dr. Sepehr Oliaei, an ear, nose and throat expert (ENT) explains how to properly flush the sinuses two ways. https://www.multicare.org/news/breathing-in-smoky-air-saline/ While still dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, parents across the Puget Sound region took to social media on Wednesday to acknowledge they were having trouble helping their kids make sense of the violence and chaos in the nation's capital.

Dr. Chris Ladish, Mary Bridge Children's Hospital's Chief Clinical Officer for Pediatric Behavior, spoke with The News Tribune to share some guidance. https://www.thenewstribune.com/news/local/article248327155.html While we are beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel, it is still important for all of us to do our part to stop the spread of COVID-19. Watch as MultiCare nurses talk about what their holidays will look like this year and why they encourage us to keep our loved oneds safe and healthy. Today, we celebrate. It is a monumental day as our first group of frontline workers received the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination.

"This is such a major accomplishment, a vaccine developed for a totally unknown and new diseases in less than 12 months. That's a medical miracle." Steven Pace, MD

To our frontline workers, thank you is not enough to honor your continued commitment to the health of your patients and our communities.

Content warning: post contains footage of needles and vaccine administration This year, MultiCare's donor-supported Code Lavender program expanded to offer a 24/7 employee support hotline and leadership roundtable meetings.

"These enhanced services have been designed to offer extra support during a highly stressful and uncertain time. We want our employees to be calm and confident in order to provide excellent patient care during this critical health crisis," Employee Wellness Coordinator, Damian Gennette, explains.

With your help, Code Lavender can continue to offer vital support to hardworking health care workers. Help ensure every caregiver hero has access to rapid-response care today by giving at multica.re/codelavendergive/

Learn more at multicare.org/news/code-lavender-caring-for-our/ Medicare Open Enrollment runs through December 7th - don't miss your chance to enroll. This message is brought to you by one of our partners, Aetna, helping patients with Medicare Advantage plans. Fletcher International is available to evaluate all options at 1-888-383-0685 Thank you for taking a moment to recognize our health care heroes during Giving Tuesday! Your gifts to Code Lavender will provide mental and emotional support services to help reduce caregiver stress and burnout during the pandemic.

Learn more about this crucial program at support.multicare.org/codelavender Today and every day, we give thanks to the volunteers that give their time and talent to our hospital system! Take a look at some of the reasons that inspire their incredible generosity and sign up to join the MultiCare Volunteer Services team at multicare.org/volunteers/ MultiCare urologist Jack Walter, MD, knows that it can be uncomfortable talking about specific medical issues - especially for men.

"That's precisely why Movember's focus on raising awareness around men's health was formed nearly two decades ago. Guys, we understand your reluctance to seek help, but we can likely treat or help manage your conditions - even the ones you are uncomfortable talking about." https://www.multicare.org/news/movember-spotlight-a-conversation-about-peyronies-disease/ Parenting in the age of COVID19 - there is no playbook to tell you how to guide your children or yourself through remote learning experiences. Couple these parenting challenges with new ways of working and social isolation, and it's easy to understand your surging stress-level.

Here are five tips that can help your family get through these unpredictable times together. https://www.multicare.org/news/pandemic-parenting/ "This will be a very challenging year for folks, who also have a lot of fatigue from COVID."

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, but COVID numbers are spiking in our communities and across the country. Hear what epidemiologist and infectious disease specialist Michael Myint, MD, recommends to keep yourself and your loved ones safe this holiday season.

Learn more at https://multica.re/safeholidays Today is #electionday
In Washington, it is also the last day to register to vote (in person at your local polling location). We encourage everyone in our communities to make their voices count and be a part of the process that is shaping our futures.

To make sure your vote is counted, experts recommend dropping your ballot off in person or at a ballot drop box today, rather than putting it in the mail.

To find your local polling locations, ballot drop boxes and more information, visit https://voter.votewa.gov/WhereToVote.aspx After years of clear mammograms, Bonnee Terrio received unexpected news - she had breast cancer. Thanks to services supported by community donors, Bonnee and her significant other, Tim received "top notch care and support" at MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital.

You can support patients like Bonnee by donating or joining Come Walk With Me, an event benefiting breast health programs at Good Samaritan.

comewalkwithmenow.org Preparing for flu season takes all of us.
Hear what MultiCare is doing to help keep our community safe from both influenza and COVID-19 this flu season from Dr. Michael Myint, epidemiologist and infectious disease specialist. Heads up - if you are registered to vote, your ballot should be arriving soon.

While Washington has been a mail-in ballot state since 2005, there are also voting centers open where you can cast your ballot in person.

Voting centers are open throughout the voting period, which begins today, October 16. You can locate your nearest voting center at https://voter.votewa.gov/WhereToVote.aspx or by contacting your county's elections department.

Not registered yet? There is still time. You have until October 26th to register online at the link above, or you can register in person at a voting center up until election day, November 3rd. October is SIDS Awareness Month. Reviewing safe sleep practices and guidelines can be overwhelming, but the Mary Bridge Children's Child Safey team is here to help.

Learn the top recommendations for safe sleep for infants from a child safety educator: https://www.multicare.org/news/safe-sleep-for-babies/ You've heard of sports medicine doctors, but did you know that you don't need to be an athlete to see one?

We pulled together some frequently asked questions to help you understand whether seeing a sports medicine doctor is right for you. https://www.multicare.org/news/sports-medicine-primer/ Today is National Voter Registration Day. Have you registered to vote?

The 20,000+ individuals who together comprise our employees, medical staff and volunteers are more than just a part of MultiCare. They are a part of the communities we serve and where we all live, play and raise our families - just like you.

Learn how to make sure your vote is counted this year at
http://multica.re/vote2020 Did you know the Pulse Heart Institute Cardiac Rehabilitation Program at MultiCare Auburn Medical Center has been in existence for over 35 years?

Cardiologist Uma Krishnan, MD, explains how our specially trained cardiac rehabilitation team can help you achieve your health and fitness goals.

See how Pulse is at the heart of the South Sound and learn how we can support you on your healthcare journey with our cardiac services available in Auburn at https://www.pulseheartinstitute.org/ Oh baby! Thank you to KING 5 for featuring MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital's very own baby boom in the Family Birth Center. 18 members of our staff are either pregnant or have given birth this summer, and the team has never felt closer to each other and their patients. https://bit.ly/3mzjFXc Scientists and pharmaceutical companies have been in a race to develop an effective vaccine against COVID-19. Emergency approval was granted for both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines and each are shipping to all 50 states in some capacity.

These vaccines have been developed on a much faster timetable than most vaccines, which has led to some people wondering about their safety.

Watch MultiCare epidemiologist and infectious disease specialist Michael Myint, MD, talk more about the COVID-19 vaccines, their safety, and his plans to receive a vaccine as soon as he is eligible.

Learn more at https://www.multicare.org/covid19/#vaccines Last Friday, our first group of frontline workers received the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine - a group including physicians, nurses, pharmacists and members of our environmental services team, as well as some of our community's first responders.

"The vaccine means I don't have to worry every day that I'm bringing the virus home to my kids and my husband." Today, MultiCare received its first shipments of the Pfizer vaccine. There were around 4,000 doses delivered to three of our campuses.

"MultiCare's pharmacy teams are part of history today as they take in our first shipments of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and implement new protocols to ensure proper storage for the vaccine at ultra-low temperatures," said Tim Lynch, Chief Pharmacy Officer The COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, but at long last there's a light at the end of the tunnel. The FDA issued Emergency Use Authorization to Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine and doses are now shipping to all 50 states. We don't know yet how many vaccines we'll get here in Washington, or when it will be widely available to members of the public. The first groups to get the vaccine will include health care workers in high-risk settings, high-risk first responders, and residents and staff of nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Other groups will be added as we receive more vaccines.
We know you have questions. We are committed to keeping you informed as we learn more and as the vaccines become more widely available. Visit our COVID-19 resource center for more details and links to other resources. https://www.multicare.org/covid19/#vaccines Medicare open enrollment ends on December 7th - have you taken advantage of your open enrollment opportunity? Whether your coverage is through an employer or the state, we want to help you get the most out of your health care plan in 2021.

Check out our tips for open enrollment and learn how to make sure MultiCare is included in your 2021 plan: https://www.multicare.org/choose-multicare/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=choose-multicare Today on Giving Tuesday, you can support your community's health care heroes. By donating to MultiCare's Code Lavender program, you'll help caregivers find hope, healing and joy as COVID-19 continues. Your gift, no matter the size, provides services to help our care teams combat stress and burnout.

Help those who help so many. Donate today at multica.re/codelavendergive During a normal fall and winter, it can be hard to tell if your cough, aches and stuffy nose are due to a cold or the flu. This year, it's going to be even more difficult, with COVID-19 still spreading rapidly locally and worldwide.

Remember - don't self diagnose. If you develop any of these symptoms, wear a mask, stay away from others and talk to your health care provider right away to find out if you should be tested for COVID-19.

Learn more at multica.re/COVID19symptoms It's been nearly 10 months since the COVID-19 outbreak took hold in Washington state, and it's had a deep impact on our communities - and worldwide.

This summer, we spoke with some of MultiCare's frontline employees about COVID-19. With cases increasing at a faster rate than ever before, their thoughts are more relevant than ever.

Learn more at https://multica.re/3lQliiu For many, the open enrollment period has begun, and you don't want to miss out. Do you have the health care coverage you and your family needs? We know it can be difficult to pick coverage that plans for all of life's uncertainties. From health plan definitions to a breakdown of what goes into your health insurance, we have answers for all questions about open enrollment.

Learn how to get the most out of open enrollment and how to make sure MultiCare is included in your 2021 plan: https://www.multicare.org/navigating-open-enrollment/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=choose-multicare We look forward to the MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital NICU Halloween costumes all year long. Which one is your favorite? We are excited to announce our latest partnership with UW Medicine and Airlift Northwest. MultiCare and UW Medicine have signed an agreement making Airlift Northwest the preferred air transport service for pediatric patients needing care at Mary Bridge Children's Hospital and neonatal patients needing care at MultiCare Tacoma General Hospital.

The Mary Bridge Pediatric Critical Care transport team and the Tacoma General Neonatal Critical Care transport team will accompany Airlift Northwest staff to provide critical care on flights transporting pediatric and neonatal patients between hospitals across Washington.

Working together, we can bring high quality care to our state's smallest patients.

Learn more at https://www.multicare.org/news/new-partnership-to-improve-critical/ Halloween is a favorite holiday for many kids - and adults. How can we celebrate safely this year? Mary Bridge Children's Hospital pediatric infectious disease specialist Mary Fairchok, MD, shares some tips for celebrating spooky season safely in 2020. https://www.multicare.org/news/halloween-2020-how-to-celebrate/ Open enrollment for 2021 Medicare coverage starts today and continues through December 7th. What does this mean for you and your loved ones?
During the annual enrollment period, those who are newly eligible for Medicare can enroll and those with existing Medicare coverage can make changes to various aspects of your coverage. To help patients through this process, MultiCare offers patients a free Medicare Plan Comparison and Enrollment Helpline, facilitated by Fletcher Financial. https://www.multicare.org/news/multicare-helpline-helps-navigate-medicare-open-enrollment/ Take a tour of our brand new Family Medicine and Maternity Care clinic in Puyallup. From primary care to pediatrics and even maternity care, our team is here to provide personalized, comprehensive care for every stage of your family's life.

Learn more at https://www.multicare.org/family-medicine-maternity-puyallup/ Flu season is here - how can you protect yourself and your loved ones? Watch as Michael Myint, MD shares some simple ways to stay flu-free this season. How well is masking working? Dr. Michael Myint, epidemiologist and infectious disease specialist with MultiCare discusses why masking is helping decrease the spread of COVID-19 in our communities and beyond. For over 30 years, MultiCare has been privileged to partner with the American Cancer Society, working to eradicate cancer through fundraising, research, education and support.

Throughout our partnership, MultiCare has been a proud sponsor of American Cancer Society events such as Relay For Life. These events provide funding for life-saving cancer research as well as services, such as free transportation and lodging to cancer patients when they need it most.

MultiCare President & CEO Bill Robertson discusses the importance of supporting the work of the American Cancer Society, now more than ever.

To join the fight against cancer, learn how you can relay in your community at www.relayforlife.org

#attackingcancer #RelayForLife #WhyIRelay MultiCare provides equal employment opportunity to all employees and job applicants. We do not tolerate discrimination or harassment based on race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetic information, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training. If you are a job applicant who requires reasonable accommodation in the job application process, please contact Brian Wilson, Recruiting Manager, at brwilson@multicare.org .

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