Graduate of approved course of study and experience acceptable to the State Education Department.
Training and experience must be within the scope of practice of the collaborating physician to whom they are assigned.
Must be certified to test and counsel HIV patients.
Documentation of continued State registration must be submitted to the staff secretary.
Must have privileges at Medical Center.
Responsible to act in accordance with the Medical Staff Bylaws of Medical Center and Nursing Home.
Every practitioner at the time of appointment and continuously thereafter, must demonstrate clinical competence to the satisfaction of the medical staff and the board of the hospital or the nursing home if applicable in which privileges are sought.
Visual and auditory acuity with or without adaptive devices.
Ability to organize personal work and maintain patient flow, ability to give sound guidance and direction to others involved in care of patients.
Ability to work independently and autonomously.
Ability to make good decisions.
Critical listening skills and ability to communicate clearly.
Commitment to update skills constantly and proficient use of resources.
Desire to work with all types of people and work as a team member.
Good interpersonal skills.
Good eye/hand coordination and precision.
Basic computer skills required.
BLS certification required.
PALS and ACLS preferred.
Current NYS RN and NP license.
Additional certifications relevant to area of specialty.
Documentation of continued State registration must be submitted to Professional Affairs.