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We are continually recruiting in all the sub-specialties: Certified Nurse Practitioners, Certified Nurse Midwives, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists and Clinical Nurse Specialists. Read on for more about how you could fit in at Cleveland Clinic or apply to one of our Job Interest Communities today.
Fast-paced duties and critical patient interactions all across the hospital: this is a day in the life of an Advance Practice Nurse, where the rubber meets the road in world class care. There is a vast range of tasks and skills we need from these nurses, including performing physicals, ordering and interpreting tests and procedures, prescribing medications, coordinating care, educating patients, serving as clinical experts in a particular specialty, participating in research, staff development, quality improvement and clinical consultants.
There are several sub-specialties in the field:
To advance the field of Advanced Practice Nursing, we established the APN Council, with representatives from across the Cleveland Clinic system. The Council’s work comprises the following:
In addition to the APN Council, another important factor in establishing a culture of excellence in this area has been the APN Privileging Committee, which includes APN representatives, as well as caregivers from Human Resources, the medical staff, the Credentialing Committee and Risk Management. The Committee developed the credentialing and privileging process, as well as quality monitoring. Their work includes: