Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner PMHNP / PMHCNS - Inpatient Adult Psychiatry at University of Minnesota Medical Center
The University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview is seeking an advanced practice provider with experience and/or strong interest in providing general inpatient psychiatry care to adult patients. Join a seasoned team of psychiatrists in providing care on three general adult inpatient units, as well as assistance and cross-coverage on a geriatric unit, dual diagnosis unit, and a chem/dep/detox unit. In this collaborative practice model, you will be actively involved in all patient care including inpatient intakes, follow-ups, and discharge management as well as medication management. You will have the opportunity to see your own patients with physician oversight as needed and required. This position will involve night call on a rotating basis with physician back-up. This is a full-time position, working 5 days/week.
** Requires ANCC Adult Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner certification or ANNC Clincal Nurse Specialist in Adult Psychiatric and Mental Health certification.
The team on inpatient (hospitalist) psychiatrists work collaboratively to manage patients within the acute setting. An average census for each psychiatrist is approximately 15 patients.
Fairview Health Services has the largest behavioral program in the upper mid-west, and the second largest enterprise in the United States. We provide a comprehensive program of mental health services for children, adolescents, adults and seniors. Our interdisciplinary team customizes treatment programs to meet each patients mental health illness and chemical dependency issues. Our goal is to provide a thorough assessment, intensive, focused intervention, and comprehensive discharge planning.
University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview is the teaching hospital of the University of Minnesota Medical School and a 1,932- licensed bed facility. Located on two campuses, one on the east bank and the other on the west bank of the Mississippi River near downtown Minneapolis. The medical center offers a comprehensive range of primary and specialty care services from heart transplant surgery to cancer treatment and more. As one of the most respected academic medical centers in the nation, University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview, balances responsiveness to patients' needs with access to innovative treatments and technology, delivering superior health outcomes.
Awards and Recognition:
- Average inpatient admissions (annually): 38,978
- Average number of Emergency Department visits annually: 49,429
- Average number of surgical cases annually: 11,853
- Average number of deliveries annually: 2,405
- Ranked the best hospital in the Twin Cities metro area and among the top hospitals in the country in eleven specialties, according to U.S. News & World Report "America's Best Hospitals," Rankings in 2011
- More than fifty physicians from the University of Minnesota Medical Center, Fairview were honored in over thirty specialties by Mpls and St. Paul Magazine "Top Doctor List of 2011." The physicians were singled out by their peers as the
best health care providers in the Twin Cities.
- Ranked among the nation's top academic medical center in quality of care, according to a University HealthSystem Consortium report.
Located on the west bank of the University of Minnesota-near downtown Minneapolis and 10 miles from downtown St. Paul.
With 22 lakes in the city limits alone, Minneapolis combines a lush green environment with cosmopolitan sophistication. Music, theater and world-class art, history and culture museums thrive here alongside abundant sports and recreation opportunities. Annual events bring community members together--such as the summer Aquatennial, the Twin Cities Marathon-held during the first weekend in October, and the Holidazzle Parade held each evening between Thanksgiving and Christmas. Sidewalk dining, abundant shopping, educational excellence and economic vitality combine to make Minneapolis an attractive city in which to live and work.