Nurse Practitioner, Cardiovasular and Thoracic Surgery

Virginia Hospital Center Named One of the Nation's 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals has a full time opportunity within our Cardiovascular Surgery Department for an Acute Care Nurse Practitioner. This position will offer a broad range of responsibilities which include managing critically ill inpatients in the CVICU and office based follow up care.
Manage cardiovascular surgical patients, providing advanced complex critical nursing care.
Practice in a setting in which requires continuous nursing vigilance within the range of high-acuity care.
Able to demonstrate an advanced level of medical and nursing knowledge, clinical and technical competency, sound clinical judgment, and professionalism as it relates to interpersonal and general communication skills, timely and compliant documentation, and takes responsibility for ongoing professional development and competency validation.
MSN required
ACNP strongly preferred
Two years previous clinical nursing experience preferred
ACLS is required
Virginia Hospital Center is a 342-bed, not-for-profit, nationally recognized healthcare leader that has been providing exceptional medical services to the Washington, DC metropolitan area for 70 years. Virginia Hospital Center has been named both one of America's 100 Top Hospitals? (for the third year in a row) and 50 Top Cardiovascular Hospitals? (for the second year in a row) by Truven Health Analytics, is a designated Magnet? hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center, and was recently selected to join the Mayo Clinic Care Network.
A Trusted Leader In Cardiac Care
Virginia Hospital Center pioneered the specialized treatment of heart disease in our area, establishing the first coronary care unit in the area-and the third in the entire nation-in 1964.
This opportunity offers market-competitive compensation and a robust employee benefits package. Interested and qualified candidates should send a copy of their CV to Ashleigh Fotenos, Healthcare Recruiter at

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