You know how to advocate for issues you believe in
You care deeply about decisions that affect your work and your patients. What makes you so valuable is that you have the “people skills” and good intentions to express your opinions in ways that make others want to listen. You exercise admirable patience and put in the time to build relationships with your patients and their families. We need this tenacity to engage and educate our culturally diverse population on the facts of HIV and available treatments/resources. We want to meet you.
As the PATH Center Coordinator, you will collaborate with the Pediatric HIV/ID Physician and multidisciplinary team, to develop and provide a primary care plan and targeted education for HIV pediatric and adolescent patients. This will include obtaining histories, performing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures and monitoring adherence to program to ensure high clinical standards and high-quality care.
To make an impact and change lives, you will:
Continuously address the clinical and psychosocial needs of infants born to HIV+ mothers, HIV+ pediatric patients and HIV diagnosed or at-risk adolescents
Oversee the Family Program RN and Clinic LPN Floater working in the PATH clinics
Lead performance improvements and the development of new programmatic initiatives
Coordinate, prepare and present data and participate in grant-writing
Participate in relevant training, meetings, and multidisciplinary conferences
The qualified professional must have:
MSN or comparable Advance Nurse Practice education
Current NYS license as an RN and NP
Demonstrated experience as a Family or Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (FNP/ PNP)
Experience working with HIV patients in a primary care setting
Current NYS License as an RN and Family Health Nurse Practitioner
Basic Cardiac Life Support certification
Flexibility to work late sessions as needed
Bilingual skills in Spanish or Creole strongly preferred
We're looking for people with ideas
We are constantly adapting to a healthcare world that’s constantly evolving. So, we’re looking for agile minds that can keep us tuned in and on track with new trends and expectations. We’re looking for bright minds that can help us develop solutions that can make a difference. Got ideas? We’d like to hear them. And meet you.
Located in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn, TBHC is a clinical affiliate of The Mount Sinai Hospital and an academic affiliate of The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. As Brooklyn’s first hospital, TBHC is proud to be a part of an incredibly diverse community and is committed to Keeping Brooklyn Healthy.
Team members here enjoy a stimulating work setting and a complete salary/benefits package. To be considered, please e-mail resume directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are an equal opportunity employer.
Internal Number: NP
About Brooklyn Hospital Center
The Brooklyn Hospital Center (TBHC) has been KEEPING BROOKLYN HEALTHY since 1845. Today, it is the only hospital in Downtown Brooklyn. This 464-bed community, teaching hospital, offers primary and specialized medical care, sophisticated diagnostic and therapeutic services, cutting-edge technology, and specialized surgery to more than 300,000 patients annually. TBHC is a clinical affiliate of the Mount Sinai Health Hospital and an academic affiliate of The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. TBHC has fully accredited, independent residency programs in Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine, General Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Pediatrics, Family Practice, General Dentistry and Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, and trains more than 250 physicians each year.