North Shore Community Health Nurse Practitioner in Salem, Massachusetts
Salem, MA (http://maps.google.com/maps?q=47+Congress+Street+Salem+MA+01970)
North Shore Community Health (NSCH) is an industry leader in exceptional delivery of community healthcare. We have an opening for a Nurse Practitioner (NP). Under the general direction of the Co-CCO Physician and the direct supervision of the Medical Director, the Nurse Practitioner, in collaboration with the physician(s) on the team, will provide continuing and comprehensive health care for the individual and family across all ages and genders. The Nurse Practitioner is expected to function as integral part of the Primary Care Team (PCT), sometimes as a leader and sometimes as engaged member.
North Shore Community Health is a high performing community health organization that prides itself on being a compassionate and high performing community health center, serving its surrounding communities with comprehensive and culturally competent care.
NSCH offers comprehensive primary care, dental services, behavioral health care, care management, pharmacy, substance abuse disorder treatment, nurse care management, and insurance enrollment assistance services. NSCH has ten services sites: Gloucester, Peabody and Salem Family Health Centers; the school-based health centers at Salem High School and Peabody Veterans Memorial High School; and behavioral health only services at the Bentley Academy, Collins Middle School, Horace Mann School, Bates Elementary School, and the Peabody Learning Academy. NSCH offers competitive benefit plans and as a community-based safety net healthcare provider, NSCH welcomes staff who mirror the diversity of our communities and continues on its path to furthering its commitment to being an anti-racist organization.
North Shore Community Health’s mission is to build healthy communities by providing exceptional care to all.
Healthy People | Vibrant Communities
We take our responsibility to ourselves, each other, and the NSCH Community very seriously. We understand our individual roles, and positions of power with respect to how others perceive our roles and actions. We hold ourselves accountable when we make mistakes–acknowledging the error, owning it, taking corrective actions, and moving forward. We follow through on what we commit or resolve to do.
Integrity is the foundation of healthy relationships. We are committed to the highest ethical standards: honesty, fairness, respectfulness, and trustworthiness. We are honorable and respectful in dealings with others, and we strive to deal honestly, fairly and in a respectful, ethical, and trustworthy manner when in agreement or disagreement.
Empathy is a deep appreciation for another’s situation and point of view, which is the basis for the golden rule and our intrinsic sense of justice. We strive to bring empathy into our interactions with each other and with our patients.
We see courage as the strength of character to stand up for our convictions and belief system. To have courage is to have the fortitude to take risks and to extend one’s behaviors, actions, and thoughts beyond one’s comfort zone. We appreciate that courage is often required to compromise. Courage is a state of mind to face adverse, difficult, and challenging situations with confidence and positive energy.
NSCH holds its patients in the highest regard. We provide care that is respectful of and responsive to individual patient needs and values. We take the time to listen to concerns, understand what is important, and provide appropriate solutions and care. We do this through coordination and integration of care, collaboration, and teamwork.
NSCH is committed to the health and well-being of its community, patients, and staff. We demonstrate this commitment by constantly striving to align our actions with our mission, vision, and values.
We, North Shore Community Health (NSCH), are an equal employment opportunity employer. Our goal is to have a diverse workforce representative of all people, at all job levels, in the organization. We do not and will not make any personnel decisions (like recruiting, hiring, job assignments, and promotions) based on age, color, national origin, citizenship status, physical or mental disability, race, religion, creed, gender, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, marital status, status with regard to public assistance, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law.
Provide direct care to scheduled patients and/or walk-in patients when necessary.
Conducts a program of care with responsibility for examination, diagnosis and treatment of patients.
Obtains history and physical examinations of the patients in an ambulatory setting. Utilizes laboratory and other diagnostic services as appropriate.
Makes a diagnosis and administers treatments based on evidence-based medicine whenever possible but always within accepted standards of care.
Seeks outside advice and consultation as necessary; refers for specialty care and for confirmation of diagnosis and treatment when appropriate.
Maintain strict adherence to the NSCH Confidentiality policy including HIPPA guidelines
Treat all patients in a welcoming and professional manner.
Contribute to the team effort by supporting all team members and maintaining an open and positive attitude.
Works as an integral member of the PCT, which include careful attention to customer service, population management, appropriate delegation and participation in the quality initiatives of the health center. Because of the inherent authority and responsibility of the position, the NP is expected to display exemplary communication skills and to lead by example.
Other duties as assigned.
BSN, Certification as a Nurse Practitioner.
One year of experience as a Nurse Practitioner.
Two plus years of experience in community or ambulatory care. Preference will be given to bilingual/bicultural individuals who are Spanish or Portuguese.
Ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.
Strong communication and interpersonal skills, with commitment to establishing a safe and respectful environment for team members.
Ability to work in a culturally diverse environment.
High level of commitment for comprehensive and quality health care.
Demonstrated interpersonal relationship skills.
Excellent communication and organization skills with attention to detail.
Completion of NSCH compliance trainings.
Please note:North Shore Community Health (NSCH) requires all employees to be maximally vaccinated against COVID-19, including receipt of the COVID-19 booster shot, as a condition of employment, unless a religious or medical exception is granted. All prospective employees will be required to be maximally vaccinated before the first day of employment. Proof of vaccination record must be provided with pre-hire paperwork. To request an accommodation from the vaccine requirement or if you have any questions about this mandate, please contact the Human Resources Department at email@example.com.
At North Shore Community Health, we are dedicated to building a diverse workforce. Are you excited about this role but feel that your past experience does not align perfectly with every requirement in the job description? We encourage you to apply! Your skills may be suited for this or other roles here at North Shore Community Health
Living on the North Shore
With facilities in Salem, Peabody, and Gloucester, NSCH offers access to New England’s Coastal charm, while being just thirty minutes outside of Boston. The North Shore is connected to the city via the Rockport Commuter Rail line, which makes stops in Salem and Gloucester. The North Shore has plenty to offer, with a rich history and thriving cultural scene.
For Information Please Contact:
Ella Mae Kaba
Talent Acquisition Program Manager
North Shore Community Health