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Albany, New York
Huntington, West Virginia
Cooperstown, New York
Colorado Springs/Pueblo, Colorado
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Internal Number: 186632
The Cleveland Clinic Critical Care Medicine Advanced Practice Provider (APP) Fellowship is an innovative 9-month program with a mission to train post-graduate Acute Care Nurse Practitioners (NP) and Physician Assistants (PA) to provide comprehensive critical care services to the most acutely ill Medical ICU patients. Fellows of the program will graduate with the critical thinking, diagnostic, and clinical skills necessary for the management of complex clinical cases while providing safe, efficient, and evidence-based care to critically ill adults in today’s multi-disciplinary, team-based model of care.The 9-month, intensive training program is divided into trimesters providing the fellow with a comprehensive, structured transition into the fast-paced environment of Critical Care Medicine. Fellows begin with a boot camp to review and establish the fundamentals of practice. Each week includes protected didactic learning which includes case-based learning, lecture, and simulations, all with an emphasis on applying evidenced based medicine. Clinical training includes 2 trimesters of precepted rotations on intensive care units and other services followed by a final trimester of internship. NP/PA fellows participate in basic and advanced procedural simulation followed by rotations on procedural services and dedicated airway management training in the OR. Throughout training, Fellows are supervised by department NP/PAs and physician experts in their field. Each fellow receives instruction and mentoring in professional development including a structured, 1 on 1 mentored experience identifying and completing a quality or research project with the purpose of submitting the work in the form of an abstract or peer reviewed article to a national society. Upon completion of this 9-month intensive clinical training, mentorship, and professional development each fellow will be a highly skilled and capable NP/PA in the field of Critical Care Medicine. The Advanced Practice Registered Nurse, Certified Nurse Practitioner or Certified Physician Assistant in the Fellow role reflects the mission, vision, and values of Cleveland Clinic, adheres to the organization's Code of Ethics, Corporate Compliance Program and complies with all relevant policies, procedures, guidelines, and all regulatory and accreditation standards.Cleveland Clinic Department of Critical Care Medicine With more than 50 NP/PAs and 110 attending physicians, the Department of Critical Care Medicine is one of the largest in the nation. The department delivers critical care services in 12 Adult ICUs across 9 Cleveland Clinic Hospitals in Northeast Ohio including the 64 bed Medical Intensive Care Unit on Cleveland Clinic’s Main Campus. As a premier quaternary care center, Cleveland Clinic Main Campus provides cutting edge care modalities and a full range of specialty and subspecialty care. The NP/PA Fellowship is concentrated at 3 Cleveland Clinic hospitals in Northeast Ohio:• Cleveland Clinic Main Campus Medical ICU, Medical Intensive Liver Unit, Procedure Service, Consult Service• Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital Medical ICU, Coronary Care Unit• Cleveland Clinic Hillcrest Hospital Medical ICU, Coronary Care UnitWhy Apply / Choose Fellowship Training Post-graduate fellowship training is rapidly becoming the expected path of entry for an NP or PA who desires a rewarding career in Critical Care Medicine. The Cleveland Clinic Critical Care Fellowship recruits driven, passionate NPs and PAs and provides an innovative opportunity to train in an enriching, supportive environment, learning from world-leaders in medicine. Cleveland Clinic maintains a world-renowned reputation as a forerunner in patient care, leadership, innovation, and education. As a graduate of this program, you will accelerate your clinical abilities and have a distinct advantage in gaining desired employment in the field of Critical Care. Timeline • Completed application due by January 30, 2023• Onsite interview February 10, 2023• Anticipated Start Date: 05/1/2023Curriculum Overview Didactic Training:APP Critical Care Boot CampWeekly Dedicated Didactic TimeCase Studies and Presentations Critical Care Medicine Conference SeriesMICU Morbidity and Mortality ConferencePOCUS and Ventilator Rounds Fundamentals of Critical Care Science (FCCS)Simulation Training: Airway ManagementCritical Care procedure course Point of Care Ultrasound (POCUS)Professional Development Mentorship Program Quality Improvement Project Multidisciplinary Team Development
Salary & BenefitsThe fellow will be hired in a full-time, salaried position not to exceed 9 months of employment. The fellow will be eligible for the full-time benefits as described in the Total Rewards Brochure. The salary will be paid on a semi-monthly basis.After successful completion of the fellowship and the termed program the fellow will have the opportunity to apply for any open position within the Cleveland Clinic enterprise. If the fellow does not secure employment within Cleveland Clinic, their employment will be terminated per the terms of this fellowship. Employment at the end of the fellowship is not guaranteed.
Requirements for Application CV/ResumePersonal Statement Minimum of 2 letters of recommendation (PA/NP program director, Clinical Instructor)Eligible for DEA licensureCurrent BLS/ACLS certification**If not already completed at time of application, all qualifications must be completed 6 weeks prior to the start date.
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