About Our Company 

CardioOne partners with independent cardiologists to provide innovative solutions that improve patient outcomes and reduce costs. Our value-based cardiology care solutions help our physician partners thrive in the shift to value-based care. CardioOne offers a magnificent work environment, good working conditions, and competitive pay. We offer medical, dental, vision, and a 401k plan with a match to benefit eligible employees. We offer PTO (Personal Time Off) and sick time to full-time employees.  We take pride in creating a culture of employee engagement that translates into an exemplary patient experience. Join us in our mission to positively impact US cardiology.  

About the Job 

At our rapidly growing practice, Cardiovascular Specialists of New England, we are seeking a highly motivated Nurse Practitioner to join our team! The Nurse Practitioner will be responsible for the assessment and treatment of cardiology patients in the inpatient and outpatient settings. The Nurse Practitioner will collaborate with the cardiologists in delivering cardiology treatment plans, patient education and care coordination. You will report directly to the supervising physician. 

What you’ll do: 

  • Perform Cardiology inpatient and outpatient consultations and follow-ups 
  • Provide peri-procedural patient management for Interventional cardiology, peripheral, electrophysiology and structural procedures 
  • Responsible for the assessment and treatment of cardiology patients, including development and execution of individualized care plans 
  • Educate patients and their families on disease prevention, treatment options and self-care. Provide and promote effective and compassionate care for patients and their families 
  • Document patient history and physicals findings, assessment and plan promptly in the electronic medical record patient chart. 
  • Determine and complete orders including diagnostic testing, labs and medications within the EMR in accordance with institutional policy and procedures 
  • Assess pre and post procedure patient status, discuss procedural findings, answer appropriate questions and provide educational and emotional support to patients and family members. Prescribe medications and arrange follow up care
  • Communicate with referring physicians and collaborate with other healthcare professionals to coordinate patient care and ensure optimal outcomes
  • Participate in quality improvement initiatives to enhance patient care delivery
  • Promptly submit billing information 

What you’ll need: 

  • Graduate of an accredited Nurse Practitioner program
  • Three years or more as a Nurse Practitioner preferred (cardiology experience strongly preferred) 
  • Licensed by the State of NH as an APRN 
  • ACLS (Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support) certification required 

Work Location: 

You will work out of the Manchester or Londonderry, New Hampshire office. 

Additional Information 

Full-time base salary range of $121,000 to $151,000 plus medical, dental, and vision. 

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