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Outpatient Cardiology Advanced Practice Provider

Company: Care New England
Location: Providence
Posted on: June 24, 2022

Job Description:

Job DescriptionCardiology Advanced Practice Practitioner in Rhode IslandConsider joining the cardiology team at Kent Hospital in Warwick, RI – an affiliate of Care New England, a fully integrated health system serving Providence, Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts. About the Opportunity

  • Team of eighteen physicians and ten advanced practice practitioners at Kent Hospital, with outpatient practice locations in Providence, Warwick, Wakefield, Cranston and Pawtucket
  • Cardiovascular experience as advanced practitioner or registered nurse required
  • Minimum of three years outpatient practice and six months cardiology inpatient experience preferred
  • Enjoy comprehensive practice including outpatient office visits and inpatient weekend rotation at Kent Hospital
  • Requires knowledge of cardiovascular diseases, particularly CHF and arrhythmias, as well as commonly used cardiovascular medications
  • Schedule – four 10-hour shifts per week in outpatient locations with one in 10 weekend rotations at Kent Hospital (one day off the week before and after weekend rotation)
  • Full-time and per diem opportunities available
  • Competitive compensation with a rich benefit packageCare New England MissionTo provide exceptional care with kindness and compassion.Our VisionTo be your trusted choice for care whenever and wherever you need. Our ValuesCare New England's organizational values emphasize individual contributions and a team-approach that foster Accountability, Caring and Teamwork (ACT). The success of any organization is the tangibility of its mission—what it envisions as its goals and the ways in which it plans to achieve them—and the cohesiveness of its workforce in supporting and advancing this mission. Care New England was founded in 1996 and is an integrated health care system that offers a continuum of quality care. The system includes primary care and specialty physicians; three teaching hospitals affiliated with The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University: Butler Hospital, Women & Infants Hospital, and Kent Hospital; a home care and hospice agency, the VNA of Care New England; a community-based mental health and addiction provider organization, The Providence Center, including Anchor Recovery; Care New England Medical Group; and Integra Community Care Network, our high-preforming accountable care organization.Care New England believes in treating all employees and applicants of diverse backgrounds with dignity and respect, which is one of CNE's core values. Diversity refers to all differences between people. This includes, but is not limited to: gender, race, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, religious beliefs or spirituality, national origin, ethnicity, physical ability, cognitive ability, medical condition or reproductive and behavioral health. We further believe in treating such individuals with dignity and respect regardless of their geographic or socioeconomic background, political affiliation, culture, title and practice area, communication and learning style, or any other real or perceived differences. Care New England Medical Group (CNEMG) was established in 2016 to bring together Care New England‘s health care providers to collaboratively deliver high-value care. Governed by providers, the multi-specialty group is focused on increased access to patient-centric services to improve the overall health of the community we serve.Butler Hospital is a major brain science research and teaching hospital for psychiatric, movement and memory disorders. As Rhode Island's only private, nonprofit psychiatric and substance abuse hospital for adolescents, young adults, adults and seniors, Butler is focused on advancing the understanding of brain-based illnesses and on developing innovative treatments to improve the lives of people who suffer from them. Worldwide, Butler is recognized as a pioneer in conducting cutting-edge research as the major teaching affiliate for psychiatry and behavioral health at The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.Kent Hospital, the second largest hospital in Rhode Island and a Designated Baby-Friendly® USA hospital, provides the spectrum of primary and acute care services, including cardiology enhanced by a clinical affiliation with Brigham and Women's Hospital; a MBSAQIP-Accredited Comprehensive weight loss surgery center; Emergency Department with rapid assessment; the Breast Health Center at Kent, a collaboration with Women & Infants Hospital; The Spaulding Rehabilitation Center at Kent, offering inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation; the state's only 24-hour emergency hyperbaric oxygen facility; a CARF-accredited stroke center; and an ambulatory surgery center. Women & Infants Hospital is the region's premier hospital for women and newborns and a Designated Baby-Friendly® USA hospital. It is one of the nation's largest stand-alone obstetrical service and operates one of the nation's largest single-family room neonatal intensive care units, with close to 9,000 births a year and 7,000 surgeries. It is also the leading hospital in the region for women seeking treatment for infertility, incontinence, gynecologic and breast cancers, high-risk and normal obstetrics, postpartum depression, gastrointestinal disorders and other medical conditions.About Rhode IslandRhode Island, despite its small area, is known as the Ocean State as it boasts nearly 400 miles of beautiful coastlines. Although it may only be 1,545 square miles, RI has 15 state parks and 10 state beaches along with several other hidden gems of peaceful and scenic lakes, rivers, walking areas and hiking trails. Providence, the state's capital, combines the accessibility and friendliness of a small town but offers abundant cultural, recreational, and modern city amenities of a big city. Providence is home to a number of higher education institutions including Brown University, Johnson & Wales, Providence College and the Rhode Island School of Design, sprawling historic Roger Williams Park, landscaped Waterplace Park and Riverwalk, with the famous WaterFire exhibit, as well as some of the best eateries and restaurants you'll find, locally and beyond. In addition to Providence, RI is also home to several other large cities, including Newport, which is famed for sailing, the Gilded Age mansions, and the Cliff Walks; Bristol, known for beautiful Colt State Park that sits along one of the state's most spectacular shorelines; Block Island, infamous for the 1800s red-brick Southeast Lighthouse that sits atop the dramatic clay cliffs of Mohegan Bluffs, with a rocky beach below; the third largest city Warwick, located in southern RI, is close to the beaches and home to the state's main airport, as well as beautiful Goddard Park, Oakland Beach, and Pawtuxet Village along with some great shopping and dining options. Rhode Island is one hour from Boston, Hartford and New Haven and three hours from NY City. For more information, contact Kimberly Carter at Kicarter@carene.org

Keywords: Care New England, Providence , Outpatient Cardiology Advanced Practice Provider, Healthcare , Providence, Rhode Island

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