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Heart and Vascular Nurse Practitioner

A leading healthcare system in the visually stunning area of western New York is eagerly seeking an experienced Heart and Vascular Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant to join its growing team.  This hospital is part of a larger system that employs top healthcare professionals and offers cutting edge technologies to the surrounding region. 


The Heart and Vascular Nurse Practitioner will have the chance to become a part of this expanding hospital that is dedicated to providing not only advanced medical treatments, but compassionate and gentle care.  This is an excellent opportunity to grow your skillset and explore many different paths within a large system. Not only has this facility been awarded many recognitions, but it also strives to protect our environment through the use of several sustainability initiatives. 


The Heart and Vascular Nurse Practitioner will work within this system that performs over 1,000+ vascular surgeries per year. The Heart and Vascular Nurse Practitioner will work Monday through Friday day shift with NO on-call and will be responsible for performing examinations, recording histories, educating patients, providing treatment plans for patients, and following up with patients.  The ideal candidate for this role will have previous experience as either a Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant in cardiac or vascular settings. 


The hospital is situated in a great location that offers the best of both country and city life.  There are miles of trails to explore, along with fishing and boating opportunities. At the same time, this area is commutable to major cities, allowing residents to partake in a vast array of entrainment options. 


This nationally-recognized hospital is quickly looking to add a Heart and Vascular Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant and will offer a competitive compensation and benefits package. 


 




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