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Nurse Practitioner - Family Practice

Family Christian Health Center
Harvey, Illinois, United States
$95,000 annually
January 07, 2019


The Nurse Practitioner is a member of the provider team performing a variety of direct patient services including assessment, diagnosis, and implementation of treatment, evaluation and monitoring the general clinical/patient management plan for the medical clinic. They also provide health education to patients and their families; participate in planning programs and developing specific health policies and procedures.


1. Provide direct patient care to a panel of patients across the lifecycle.

2. Assess, diagnose, prescribe, implement treatment, evaluate and monitor patients’ health status as designated by the collaborative agreement established with a physician.

3.Promote and maintain awareness of agency programs, mission statement, services, and activities.

4. Collaborate with Family Christian Health Center physicians and other specialists as needed in patient care.

5. Make recommendations to the Medical Director and Clinical Management staff

6. Works closely with Care Team to ensure preventive, chronic and acute care needs are being met.

7. Participates in the Center’s ongoing quality improvement initiatives including meeting clinical standards, metrics for the UDS report, and health care plan goals as well as participating in peer review.


The successful Nurse Practitioner must possess a MS degree from an accredited nursing school with a Family Nurse Practitioner Track focus. Must have a certification or eligible for certification as an Advance Practice Nurse that is recognized by a national certifying body as approved by the Illinois Department of Regulation Advance Practice Board and have a current and valid Illinois license as an Advance Practice Nurse with a DEA number and BLS certification.