Master’s Degree in Nursing with training as a family nurse practitioner.
Maintains current and in good standing Missouri license as Registered Professional Nurse. Maintains current and in good standing Document of Recognition as a Family Nurse Practitioner through the Missouri State Board of Nursing.
Family nurse practitioners at the Family Medical Walk-in Clinic (FMWIC) practice autonomously and in collaboration with physicians to diagnose, treat, and manage patients’ problems in the urgent care setting.
Demonstrated clinical ability in primary care, urgent care, or similar setting with ability to learn new skills necessary for optimal functioning in the urgent care setting.
Must be able to provide patient care services typical of the urgent care setting, as consistent with the diagnostic, treatment planning, and follow-up process outlined above. Typical clinical conditions treated by family nurse practitioners at FMWIC include, but are not limited to: colds and flu, earaches, sore throats, bronchitis, sinus infections, skin rashes, urinary problems, simple laceration repair, sprains, strains and bruises, minor injuries, minor burns, work-related illness and injuries, physical exams, drug screens, medication refills for travelers, travel medicine and referrals for problems beyond the capabilities of the clinic. Exercises a high degree of initiative, clinical judgment, discretion and decision making to achieve patient care objectives. Works closely with Medical Director, collaborating physician, or on-duty South Clinic physician to facilitate sound clinical decision making for all patients.
You can contact our practice manager Brian Casey at 417-851-4039 or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.