Inpatient Heart Failure Advanced Practitioner
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Heart Failure Advanced Practitioner opportunity in Hartford, Connecticut.
The Trinity Health Of New England Medical Group seeks a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant to join the Heart Failure team at Saint Francis Hospital and Medical Center in Hartford, Connecticut.
Join a highly-respected, heart failure focused, interdisciplinary team with two board-certified heart failure attendings, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, cardiology hospitalists, case managers and RNs. As a member of the inpatient team, you will be responsible for managing the care of hospitalized heart failure patients. Daily responsibilities include rounding with attendings, admitting and discharging patients, and participating in interdisciplinary rounds. The Heart Failure program has a strong emphasis on guideline directed therapy and transitional care. The successful candidate should have experience working in cardiology, but highly motivated new graduates with an interest in advancing in a heart failure care setting will also be considered.
Practicing in Hartford, Connecticut’s state capital, puts you in the heart of New England. This small city environment of 125,000 residents offers a tremendous selection of welcoming neighborhoods in which to live, excellent public and private schools, great restaurants, shopping, music, museums and historical areas. The central New England location puts you in close proximity to New York City and Boston with easy access to dependable air and rail services.
As part of Trinity Health Of New England—the region’s largest nonprofit health system—you’ll experience a culture of provider collaboration. Our practice model empowers physicians to work at their highest level, while allowing time for professional development and family life. If you are focused on providing outstanding patient-centered care, you will thrive within the Trinity Health Of New England Medical Group.Apply now
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