Nurse Practitioner Jobs
No matter your location or preference, Soliant can help match you with the perfect nurse practitioner job nationwide. From treating illnesses to advising patients on how to maintain a healthy lifestyle, nurse practitioners provide patients with a full range of services. And that's what you'll get when you work with Soliant – a full range of services to help you find the position you want in the location you need.
Research shows that patients who see nurse Practitioners report an extremely high level of satisfaction with the care they receive. We want you to find that same satisfaction with our services. When you choose to work with Soliant, you are choosing to succeed with one of the largest healthcare staffing companies in the country. We strive to make a positive difference in the way people work. With our dependable, one-on-one attention, Soliant rises above other healthcare staffing agencies.
Nurse Practitioner Duties
A nurse practitioner often works in a family clinic setting, offering general physician services to patients of all ages. In most cases, the nurse practitioner will work independently of the physician, holding their own hours and prescribing their own treatments and care plans. Some of the primary responsibilities of nurse practitioners include diagnosing and treating patients, as well as conducting physical examinations, taking a record of medical history, prescribing therapy or rehabilitation, performing tests, offering primary and specialty care services for patients of all ages, assisting with or performing surgeries and procedures and educating patients and their families about preventive health and proper care. A nurse practitioner may also be asked to collaborate with the physician or doctor to assist with procedures or decide the best course of action for a specialized medical treatment.
Nurse Practitioner Education Requirements
A nurse practitioner must pursue a high level of education in order to become licensed in the field. First, the prospective nurse practitioner must complete a four-year undergraduate degree, and then move on to obtain a Master of Science in Nursing or a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. These pathways teach nurse practitioners about communication, patient care and medication management. After acquiring the necessary degrees, a nurse practitioner must become licensed as a RN (registered nurse). They must also obtain state certificates as well as a national license to practice medicine. An NP can choose to specialize in an area that will give them an edge against their competitors. For a full list of the skills and competencies required for such a role, check out our nurse practitioner skills list.
Nurse Practitioner Job Market
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, job prospects are high for nurse practitioners. There is an increase in the aging population, creating a higher demand for nurses and nurse practitioners in family clinics and hospitals. Outpatient care is also high in demand, making the prospects for nurse practitioners even higher in the next few years.
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