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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Nurse Practitioner NICU NNP

A 200-bed, teaching hospital in SF Bay Area California, repeatedly recognized for its outstanding patient services and performance excellence, is seeking a dedicated and reliable Neonatal Nurse Practitioner for its Level III NICU.


This NICU¬ was certified Level III within the last ten years and is the foremost authority in this hospital's large and diverse community for Specialized Infant Care. The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Nurse Practitioner NICU NNP¬ will act as the primary caregiver for 9-10 patients in need of immediate and focused care daily and be responsible for examinations, diagnoses, stabilization and treatment, rehabilitation, and family support of Intensive Care babies. They¬ will work with premature infants and those with serious defective disorders in this 17-bed NICU and provide devoted, round-the-clock patient assistance. They¬ will ideally be able to work independently and enjoy autonomy, and new graduates are welcome to apply.


The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Nurse Practitioner NICU NNP¬ will enjoy working in a warm hospital environment devoted to treating every person that walks through its doors with the same amount of respect and outstanding patient care that it is known for, regardless of ability to pay. This uniquely compassionate hospital will provide constant growth, team-building, and educational opportunities for its cherished nurses and ensure that the Nurse Practitioner achieves optimal professional and personal development.


While working with this community-centered organization, the Neonatal ICU¬ Nurse Practitioner¬ NNP¬ will live in one of the most beautiful and geographically unique towns in the state of California. Situated near beautiful coastline, mountain ranges on every side and a popular river that drains directly into the Pacific Ocean, this culturally appreciative town also features a burgeoning art scene and multiple music live music shows downtown on any given night.




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