Facility: OrthoIndy - Brownsburg, Greenwood & Westfield, IN
Department: Advanced Practice Providers
Shift Details: Part-time, hourly, 24 hours per week (three 8 hour shifts per week - Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays) in clinic as a Private APP to one of our Sports Medicine Surgeons, at our Brownsburg and Greenwood locations and occasionally at our Westfield location to assist in surgery. Benefits include pro-rated PTO and the opportunity to join our 401K, with generous dollar-for-dollar match up to 6%, after 90 days of service.
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At OrthoIndy, we provide leading-edge bone, joint, spine and muscle care from 13 OrthoIndy locations throughout Central Indiana, staying true to our mission and our patients by offering a full range of procedures and treatment options. We have over 80 physicians in our practice and we continue to be one of the most highly respected and trusted orthopedic practices in the Midwest. OrthoIndy has received national recognition for patient safety and orthopedic excellence and our philosophy is a physician-owned hospital model where patients experience superior service, safety and patient satisfaction because physicians are involved in every aspect of your care.
- OrthoIndy Hospital West, located in Brownsburg, Indiana, provides outpatient care for patients that includes an urgent care, clinic, imaging and physical therapy. OI West also performs outpatient procedures and surgeries in our two operating rooms.
- OrthoIndy Hospital South, located in Greenwood, Indiana, provides outpatient care and inpatient care, with four operating rooms and a 15-bed inpatient unit for patients undergoing more invasive procedures, such as disc replacement, spinal fusion or total hip and knee joint replacement. Other services include an urgent care, clinics, imaging and physical therapy.
- OrthoIndy Hospital Westfield, located in Westfield,
Indiana, will be opening four operating rooms in Spring 2024 and will provide
outpatient procedures and surgeries! Prior to opening day, training will occur at
our main hospital located on the northwest side of Indianapolis. Currently, our Westfield location provides outpatient
care for patients that includes an urgent care clinic, clinics, imaging and
General Statement of Duties:
All clinical care provided by the Advanced Practice Provider (Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant) will be within the scope of the duties assigned by the supervising OrthoIndy Physician. The supervising Physician must be either physically present or immediately available for consultation when services are proved by the Advanced Practice Provider, including care provided using protocols, guidelines, and/or standing order. When the supervising Physician is unavailable, they may designate another Physician who has agreed to temporarily be responsible for the supervision.
Helps plan and implement care of patients, including entering orders into the patient record that are verbal orders or part of standing orders or protocols approved by the supervising physician. Provides direct patient treatment, including but not limited to: assists with simple wound care and repair, joint injection and aspiration, administration of local anesthetic and digital blocks, joint and fracture reduction, and application of braces, splints, and other DME and soft goods.
Orders radiologic and laboratory tests and studies as necessary to complete history and physical examinations.
Assesses patients and assesses normal and abnormal findings obtained from history and physical examination as well as radiology and ancillary studies.
Plans and implements care of patients, including; EMR documentation, ordering additional studies: communicates with supervising Physician and additional staff, and prescribing appropriate medications.
Helps to counsel individuals and families about their health-related issues. Communicates individualized teaching plans to patients based on their needs.
Attends or performs rounds.
Collaborates with multidisciplinary team members by making appropriate referrals.
- Bachelor's Degree in Physician Assistant or Nurse Practitioner required, Master's Degree preferred
- National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants or American Association of Nurse Practitioners certification required
- Indiana Physician Assistant Committee or Coalition of Advanced Practice Nurses of Indiana certification required
- BLS certification required, ACLS preferred
- 1-2 years of related experience preferred
OrthoIndy is an Equal Opportunity Employer