OSU Physicians, Inc.
What is OSU Physicians all about?
- We believe that being engaged and sharing in a larger purpose at work is instrumental to the employee experience. “Tradition, determination, teamwork, purpose, compassion, community, pride, integrity”….these are just a few words that our employees use to describe what it feels like to embody the “Buckeye Spirit” and work for our organization.
- We strive to create environments where our colleagues and all those we serve feel empowered to share their full, authentic selves.
- Our over 60 physician practices in Central Ohio embody the spirit of teamwork with passionate care for our patients and each other. Our teams are diverse in employees, thoughts, and ideas bringing the full spectrum of a collaborative culture to the big picture – TEAMWORK!
- OSU Physicians focuses on entire patient experience, from the minute they call in for an appointment, to being welcomed in the office, and then receiving quality, compassionate, thorough care from our physicians and the entire OSU Physicians healthcare team.
Sound like something you are seeking in your next career adventure? We invite you to keep reading.
What do we offer?
Benefits! It's all about choices. We know that having options and robust benefit plans are important to you. That's why here at OSU Physicians, we offer our employees a flexible, competitive benefit package. Full-time benefits start for individuals working a minimum of 30 hours per week, as well as some benefits available to employees working as little as 20 hours a week. Some of our excellent benefits options and perks include:
- Diverse and Affordable Healthcare Choices: Coverage begins on your First Day of Employment; includes Medical, Dental, Vision and Prescription Drug Programs.
- Outpatient clinic settings with day shift hours, Monday through Friday.
- Generous Paid Time-Off: Allowing a true work-life balance starting at 22 days per year and 11 paid holidays.
- Competitive compensation and career ladder opportunities
- Retirement Plan: Company contribution of 7.5% to your retirement plan in which you are fully vested from your first day of employment.
- Flexible Spending Accounts (Healthcare and Dependent Care).
- Paid Parental Leave Program
- Tuition Reimbursement Program
- FNP (family nurse practitioner certification) required.
- At least 2 years of experience, preferable in primary care
- Current Ohio Registered Nursing License.
- Master’s degree in nursing and successful completion of an acceptable Nurse Practitioner education program.
- Certification as a Nurse Practitioner to include Prescriptive Authority.
- Knowledge of triage procedures along with clinic, physician office and/or urgent care experience.
- Ability to maintain quality, safety, and/or infection control standards.
- Knowledge of appropriate procedures and standards for the administration of medications and patient care aids.
- Ability to educate and clearly communicate with patients and/or families as to the nature of disease and to provide instruction on proper care and treatment.
- Ability to convey information both in writing and verbally. High level of interpersonal skills to handle sensitive and confidential situations.
- Position continually requires demonstrated poise, tact and diplomacy.
- Analytical ability and critical thinking to gather and interpret data and develop, recommend, and implement solutions.
What will you do?
Under the direction of a Physician or Lead Physician, collaborates with physicians to provide comprehensive assessment, treatment and evaluation of patients in an outpatient clinic setting; healthcare services provided include care during acute and chronic phases of illness, education and counseling of individuals and referral to other healthcare providers and community resources when appropriate. Responsible for coordination of care for clinic patients.
Some of the Duties and Responsibilities include but not limited to:
- Performs history and physical examinations on new and return patients; establishes presumptive diagnosis; establishes the general workup of the patient by ordering appropriate laboratory studies and testing.
- Works in collaboration with physician in formulating treatment plans for health problems and follow-up.
- Conducts comprehensive or episodic health assessments and develops patient care plans within clinical nursing practice and medical care protocols. Reviews, assesses patient medications.
- Evaluates outcomes of care delivered to patients and initiates changes in the nursing approach accordingly.
- Triages clinic patient calls. Notify physician of need and follow up with patient according to provider instructions as necessary.