Nurse Practitioner – Peds IBD/Digestive Diseases, Westwood
Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm
2 – Staff: Career
November 20, 2023
CNA – NX
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The UCLA Center for Inflammatory Bowel Diseases is currently seeking a compassionate, team-oriented and highly motivated full-time Nurse Practitioner to join our clinical team. The NP will perform the following functions: Provides direct follow-up care for IBD patients requiring medication monitoring Provides direct follow-up care for patients requiring urgent follow-up visits Provides education to patients and families regarding IBD health maintenance and medication adherence Responds to phone calls and helps answer patient questions Helps communicate tests results to patients Assists with IBD clinical trials including: Screening of patients and H & P visits and data entry. Communicates with referring physicians and helps coordinate care between disciplines Assists with ordering and renewal of biologic medications. The Nurse Practitioner reports to the designated medical director for clinical practice and designated person for administrative issues. The NP should be well-organized and enjoy the management of complex patient; previous gastroenterology experience is strongly preferred. The NP should have as a desire to build and improve delivery of care to patients and enjoy participation in community outreach and education Salary range: NP1: $72.86/hourly NP2: $80.78- 115.37/hourly
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