Job ID: 289752113
Last Updated: 6/5/2023
FNP/PA - Copper River Native Association
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium
Tribal Health Recruiting
Between 1964 and 1972, Ahtna Taene Nenes leaders began building a solid foundation from which to provide much needed services and resources to the Ahtna people. In 1972, Copper River Native Association was formally incorporated as a non-profit organization, one year following the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA). Shortly after CRNAs incorporation, four programs were established: Senior Citizen Transportation, Johnson OMalley Bicultural/Bilingual program, Alcohol Treatment and Education, and Early Childhood Development.
Over the years, we have expanded to offer additional services and continue to serve the Copper Valley community with respect to our past and excitement for our future.
This position is responsible for providing comprehensive medical, preventive, and therapeutic health care services by delivering primary care in a clinic-centered approach with home visits and community outreach.
?Manage the overall medical needs of patients. Assess health status and health practices of individuals and families through health histories, observation, and physical examinations. Identify health needs, develop, and implement health care treatment plans with periodic follow-up.
?Prescribe specific drugs and treatment for common health problems.
?Order and perform laboratory tests and evaluate results, and order other laboratory/diagnostic procedures and interpret results.
?Assure coordination of patient follow up with Community Health Aides and the RN Case Manager.
?Establish and maintain patient medical records and charts in the E.H.R, ensuring compliance with Indian Health Services directives.
?Establish and maintain a network of collaborative relationships with private physicians, IHS, and tribal and non-tribal health service providers.
?Provide referrals to local providers and specialty clinics when services are not available within the CRNA clinics.
?Provide guidance and coordination of the organizations vaccination program.
?Provide guidance and support to the Community Health Aide Program.
?Schedule the workload, assure the adequacy of supplies, aid in maintaining clinic procedures, coordinate medical services, plan and evaluate clinic services, and implement necessary care.
?In conjunction with medical, pharmacy, dental and behavioral health staff, assist with the development of the appropriate formulary for the Health Services Department.
?Provide home visits as needed.
?Implement community programs and function as a consultant for tribal programs.
?Perform other duties as assigned.
?Graduate of an accredited ARNP-FNP program.
?Licensed in Alaska as a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner
?ACLS, BLS, and PALS certification required within one year of hire.
?Maintain DEA number.
?Strong physical assessment, oversight, and teaching skills.
?Two years of experience in a rural health care setting.
?Two years of experience as a Mid-Level Practitioner (MLP).
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