Location: Burlington, MA
Job ID: 156251-1A
Date Posted: Oct 2, 2019
Lahey Hospital & Medical Center is part of a vibrant and growing health care system, recognized as a trailblazer in medicine and a standard bearer in patient experience. It includes an award-winning academic medical center, a superb constellation of community hospitals, home care services, rehabilitation facilities and more.
We are committed to attracting, developing and retaining top talent in a market long recognized and revered as a global leader in health. With a team approach to care, we encourage learning and growth at all levels, and we offer competitive salaries and benefits. We adhere to the principles of a just and fair work environment for all colleagues, where respect is foundational and performance is rewarded.
About the Job
PCCM Advanced Practitioner Fellowship Position
This is a twelve month Advanced Practitioner post graduate fellowship program focused on intense Critical Care evidence based didactic and clinical education. The program is ideal for a PA/ACNP graduate seeking a structured educational program with the goal of transitioning from student to a skilled and successful Advanced Practitioner (AP) or for those looking to build more experience in managing complex critically ill patients. Building upon the AP’s medical education, this fellowship will enable Advanced Practitioners to become highly functional and essential members of a Critical Care team. Applicants should be highly motivated, confident and patient centric team players who have a strong interest in Critical Care as their chosen profession. Motivated learning with time management and adaptability skills are highly desirable.
The AP Fellow will primary rotate through medical intensive care units in both the tertiary care and community settings, and will have exposure to subspecialties including nephrology, ID, neurocritical care, and others. The AP Fellow will be expected to learn and become proficient in critical care procedures, including, central lines and arterial lines, with the possibility of exposure to additional procedures such as paracentesis, thoracentesis, chest tubes and intubations.