The Department of Medicine, Division of Nephrology has an outstanding opportunity for a full-time, 12-month, annual faculty position at the rank of Teaching Associate without tenure. The Transplant Nephrology Advanced Practice Provider (APP) will work as part of the Multidisciplinary Kidney Transplant team, which includes physicians, surgeons, fellows, registered nurses, dieticians, social workers, and pharmacists who provide services to patients and families. The successful applicant will be responsible for providing transplant nephrology services independently and collaboratively, including initial and ongoing assessment as well as diagnosis and treatment of patient medical and psychosocial status. University of Washington faculty engage in teaching, research and service. The anticipated start date for this position is October 1, 2018.
1. Current and valid state licensure as an ARNP and Graduate Degree from an accredited Nurse Practitioner Program or Graduate of an accredited PA Program
2. Nationally Certified ARNP or PA-C with DEA
3. Proven excellence working in a interdisciplinary collaborative team environment
4. Effective interpersonal skills, leadership skills, and clinical expertise in the care of patients with medical/surgical conditions requiring inpatient and outpatient services.
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