- 1. Maintains responsibility for all clinical aspects, initiatives, and responsibilities associated with the Diabetes Program.
- 1.1 Supports physician leader and Associate Director/Director with ongoing management of the Diabetes Program.
- 2. Maintains responsibility for professional development.
- 2.1 Assists Associate Director/Director and Physician Leadership in the development of program goals and objectives.
- 3. Assists with maintaining responsibility for quality improvement and regulatory aspects and initiatives associated with the Diabetes Program.
- 3.1 Maintains and prepares for compliance readiness related to ongoing Joint Commission and State surveys and certifications.
- 4. Provides leadership, expertise and support in planning, promoting, designing, and ensuring delivery of education to nurses, physicians, support staff, patients, families and community based on best practice and YNHH's strategic goals and initiatives.
- 4.1 Communicates and works with physicians and clinical staff to assess educational needs of patients, families and community.
Master's degree required. Graduate of an accredited Physician Assistant Program.
Minimum of two (2) years APP acute care experience required. Two (2) years as a certified Diabetes Educator preferred.
Current Connecticut APRN and DEA licenses required
Diabetes experience required with excellent clinical and decision making skills. Must possess analytical skills to evaluate care needs, obtain/review relevant clinical data, and perform thorough physical examinations. Must have ability to make independent judgments and implement required changes. Must be a change agent and possess excellent interpersonal, communication, and leadership skills with good judgement and tact when dealing with patients, families and clinical team.
Associated topics: bilingual, family medicine, family practice physician, nocturnist, outpatient, physician md, physician md do, practice physician, primary, urgent care
• Post ID: 22148017 newhaven