I recently offered a PRN/part time hospice nurse practitioner job. They offered $50/hr for consultation calls and home assessment fee $200 per patient. Do you think this is fair for NPs with little under one year experience? I have no experience in hospice as a NP.
lucylucy5240 replied to lucylucy5240's topic in NP
Thank you so much for all the information NRSKarenRN! I have seen some of the Carolyn's Youtube videos, they are really informative. Will check out her articles on Medscape too. Thanks for all the links!
I am starting a part time job with a private practice seeing patient at the ALF. In the contract, he listed " During the term of his/her employment hereunder and for a one-year period after termination of his/her employment with Employer, the Employee shall not render medical services in any facilities or locations where Employer then-currently
practices medicine or formerly practiced medicine in the six months preceding the date
of Employee’s termination of employment."
What does this mean?
I am curious what specialty of NP are you all currently working in? I am currently working for a private practice seeing patients at a Nursing home/Rehab center. It's flexible and I can chart from home. The downside is you have to do a lot of care coordination (e.g. talking to families/MD, goals of care discussion, etc.) and sometimes it can be draining.
I am currently working at a nursing home as a NP and trying to expand my career horizons . My NP friends are working at the physician offices and retail pharmacies are complaints of lots of stress. What are the low stress nurse practitioner jobs?
lucylucy5240 replied to lucylucy5240's topic in Nurses
my clinical was in community like NA/AA recovery center. I don't understand why she have to make last minute choice. She is not only unorganized, sometimes she is irrelevant. What is EMT at a fire station to do with my psychiatric clinical?