Urgent Care Nurse Practitioner
AFC URGENT CARE – BON SECOURS
Greenville, SC – Full Time Float Position
Bon Secours Mercy Health is the fifth largest Catholic Healthcare system in the nation. We are one ministry serving communities in seven states, pursuing one Mission to improve the health and well-being of our communities and bring good help to those in need, especially people who are poor, dying and underserved. Together, our passion is to make lives better and make health care easier.
AFC Urgent Care – Bon Secours is part of our family in Greenville, South Carolina. We currently have 7 Urgent Care locations in Greenville and will be opening another one next year. We are known for advanced patient care provided by expert providers and staff, particularly in the areas of urgent care and occupational medicine. Our ability to provide state-of-the-art treatment stems from our commitment to team work, collaboration and first class patient care. We believe in ourselves, medicine, our company, our co-workers and most of all, our patients.
We are looking for experienced Nurse Practitioners to join our team. This position would be a floater position that goes between all of our locations. If you are interested, please contact Courtney Ouzts, in house Physician Recruiter, for Bon Secours Mercy Health at 864-561-9804 or Courtney_ouzts@bshsi.org
The following qualifications are the minimum requirements necessary to adequately perform this job. However, any equivalent combination of experience, education and training which provides the necessary knowledge, skills and abilities would be acceptable, subject to any legal and/or regulatory requirements.
1. Currently licensed as a Nurse Practitioner by the State Board of Nursing of South Carolina
2. Nationally certified as a NP through American Nurse Credentialing Center
3. Master’s Degree in Nursing
4. CPR certified
5. DOT certified or within 3 months of employment
6. Suturing skills preferred
7. ACLS and PALS certification within one year of employment, if required by practice
8. Aware of importance of maintaining good rapport with fellow workers, physicians, personnel of other departments, patients, families and visitors.
The Mission Statement of Bon Secours St. Francis Health System is to bring compassion to health care and to be Good Help to Those in Need®, especially those who are poor and dying. As a system of caregivers, we commit ourselves to help bring people and communities to health and wholeness through the healing ministry of Jesus Christ and the Catholic Church.
We call ourselves a health system, and health is exactly what we focus on. We believe that being healthy means more than just not being sick. It means optimizing your health so you can live your life to the fullest. Whether we heal a condition, help you make smarter food choices, inspire you to get moving, or simply offer a word of support, we believe true wellness is about feeling good — body and spirit.
With innovative technology, we heal the body. With faith, we mend the spirit. We draw from a past that's rich in the healing tradition, while strengthening the future through the guidance and support of the Ministry of Bon Secours and the Bon Secours Health System, Inc.
On September 1, 2018 Bon Secours Health System and Mercy Health combined to become the United States’ fifth largest Catholic health care ministry and one of the nation’s 20 largest health care systems. Bon Secours Mercy Health serves communities along the east coast and in Ohio and Kentucky.
At Bon Secours Mercy Health, we are dedicated to continually improving health care quality, safety and cost effectiveness. Our hospitals, care sites and clinicians are recognized for clinical and operational excellence. By utilizing robust measurement and reporting processes, we hold ourselves accountable for enhancing care and improving outcomes for our patients, residents and clients. Through partnerships and by investing in innovative processes, technology and products, we are continually striving to drive health care quality while reducing costs and in addressing health care issues facing entire communities (such as enhancing access to behavioral health care services and fighting opioid dependency).
Bon Secours Mercy Health at a glance:
- Not-for-profit Catholic health system sponsored by Bon Secours Mercy Ministries
- Provides almost $2 million each day in community benefit
- Owns, manages or joint-ventures facilities in seven states
- 43 hospitals, more than 1,000 care sites
- More than 57,000 employees, including 2,100 physicians and advanced practice clinicians
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