Primary Care Nurse Practitioner – Job Description 

Employment Type: Full-Time, Exempt (1.0 FTE) 
Location: Highland Park Clinic | 2004 Ford Pkwy, St. Paul, MN 

Who we are:  

At Herself Health, we're on a mission to help women get more life out of life, together. We are building a new model of primary care for women 65+ to solve long-standing problems: rushed appointments, long wait times, and care that's generalized rather than specialized towards women’s needs later in life such as post-menopausal care, bone density, weight management, and mental, social and emotional well-being.  

Our patient-centric Primary Care clinics are dispersed across Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN. We are thrilled to serve the Twin Cities metro in our clinics located in Highland Park (St. Paul), Crystal, and South Minneapolis with new clinics launching soon in both Rosedale and Eagan. Our team of 100+ colleagues is on a mission to innovate the primary care landscape for women 65+. We’re seeking like-minded individuals who share in this passion to join us! 

About you: 

As we grow our early team, we are seeking strategic thought leaders who have a passion for building and innovating. We foster a culture of collaboration, excellence and the willingness to roll up our sleeves and learn as we grow. We have a customer first mindset, and we are looking for team members who share that. Our ideal candidates have strategic prowess and the ability to use data to build best practices and implement great ideas in collaboration with our team and our community.   

About the Nurse Practitioner Role:  

The Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Physician Assistant (PA) is a key member of our care team. S/he will evaluate patients’ acute and chronic conditions, manage their multiple medications, mental health, social-emotional needs, and educate them in a thorough, professional and empathetic manner. The NP/PA will partner with and support fellow members of the care team in assessing, planning, and providing excellent patient care. Ensuring delivery of the highest quality care will be a fundamental expectation of this role, in accordance with the company's core values and culture. 

Must-have Qualifications and Skills: 

  • Masters degree in Nursing (required), Doctor of Nursing Practice (preferred) OR Masters 
  • degree in Physician Assistant (required) 
  • Adult or Family Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant with experience in Geriatrics 
  • (preferred), Primary Care, Palliative Care or Family Medicine 
  • Documentation of completion of an accredited Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant 
  • program. 
  • Completion of 2080 hours of post-graduate collaborative practice hours as an NP or PA 
  • in an integrated clinical care setting is required. 
  • A sound knowledge base of evidence based primary care geriatrics, behavioral health 
  • and medication management, with solid clinical skills to guide appropriate diagnosis and 
  • treatment of various medical conditions in our patients. 
  • Knowledge and practice of evidence based preventive health care guidelines. 
  • Familiarity with population health and experience in achieving quality metrics. 
  • Nurse Practitioner Certification from American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) / the 
  • American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) OR PA-C designation via a PA 
  • program certified by the ARC-PA and passing the PANCE 
  • Registered Nurse Licensure by Board of Nurse Examiners for the State of Minnesota 
  • OR valid PA License in state of Minnesota 
  • Maintenance of Licensure - all APCs will be expected to remain current in certification 
  • and state licensure during the duration of their employment at Herself Health 
  • American Heart Association (AHA) Accredited Current Basic Life Support (BLS) 
  • certification (required), Advanced Life Support (preferred). 

Other Qualifications and Skills: 

  • All employees of Herself Health must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, including 
  • CDC-recommended qualified booster vaccines. 
  • Eligibility to obtain or holder of a DEA License and an NPI number. 
  • Regular maintenance of board certification and CME requirements. 
  • Passage of the pre-employment drug screen. 
  • Passage of the pre-employment background check. 
  • Eligibility and completion of credentialing. 
  • Eligibility and completion of registration with Medicare and private payers. 
  • Valid Minnesota Driver’s License. 
  • Proof of US Citizenship or Eligibility to Work in the US with a permanent resident card. 

 

We support Equal Employment Opportunities (EEO). We are committed to an inclusive workplace. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender identity or expression, age, marital status, veteran status, disability status, parental status, political affiliation, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local laws. 

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