Nurse Practitioner-General Cardiology
Company: Multicare Health Systems
Posted on: February 22, 2021
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.
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
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.
---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
---DEA, NPI & prescriptive authority
---Current BLS & ACLS for Healthcare Providers certification by the
American Heart Association
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
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:
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"This is such a major accomplishment, a vaccine developed for a
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pharmacists and members of our environmental services team, as well
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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
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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.
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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
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Today on Giving Tuesday, you can support your community's health
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cold or the flu. This year, it's going to be even more difficult,
with COVID-19 still spreading rapidly locally and worldwide.
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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
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since the COVID-19 outbreak took hold in Washington state, and it's
had a deep impact on our communities - and worldwide.
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about COVID-19. With cases increasing at a faster rate than ever
before, their thoughts are more relevant than ever.
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uncertainties. From health plan definitions to a breakdown of what
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Halloween costumes all year long. Which one is your favorite? We
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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.
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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
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continues through December 7th. What does this mean for you and
your loved ones?
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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
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comprehensive care for every stage of your family's life.
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our communities and beyond. For over 30 years, MultiCare has been
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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.
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