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Post Date: Jan 18, 2017
Job Type: MD
Position Type: Locum tenens
Specialty: Neonatology
Board Certification: Either
Call Rotation: Unknown
Degree Required: MD
Location: Arizona - Phoenix
Job Reference: GOV0058
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Description
The government is in need for a Neonatal Specialist to work at an Indian Health Service Facility in Phoenix, AZ
The Neonatal Specialist will be providing services to support the mission of the Indian Health Service. If you desire to help Native Americans, this could be the ideal neonatal job for you!
Neonatal Specialist job details:
11/01/2016 to 10/31/2017
Monday - Friday 11:00pm - 7:00am
Saturday to Sunday 7:00pm - 7:00am
The duration of each work “Clinic” shift may vary due to patient load, clinical complexity, weather and other circumstances. An estimated patient volume of 5-10 in one (1) “Clinic” day.
Is relocation provided for this position?
Travel and lodging provided if needed
What are the Neonatal Specialist job requirements?
The Neonatal Specialist may be certified in Any state since this is a government position and all state licenses are accepted, even though this position is in Arizona.
Board Certified or Board Eligible
Neonatal professional must have four years medical school leading to certification or Master's certification as a Neonatal Nurse Practitioner.
Must currently have and maintain NRP and BLS certifications
Neonatal experience - Two (2) year in the past two (2) years in appropriate specialty
The Neonatology professional(s) shall maintain admitting and consultative privileges at a hospital with a Level III Neonatal Nursery.
The Contractor’s employee(s) shall be sensitive to the unique culture factors of the people they treat, which may include use of an interpreter as necessary in communication of services being rendered. Unique cultural factors that may contribute to the patient’s treatment include: use of their language communications; village and tribal customs; use of traditional healers; isolation; housing conditions and lack of resources.
Neonatal Specialist length of assignment:
Period of Performance: Assignment is for 1 year with an option for 4 additional years.
More details to come. If you are interested in this or other Neonatal positions at Indian Health Service facilities, please apply.


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