Family Nurse Practitioner Residency
Leadership. Interdisciplinary Medicine. Social Justice. Advocacy.
Our New York City based Family Nurse Practitioner Residency Program prepares Nurse Practitioners to provide outstanding primary health care services in medically underserved communities. The residency program leverages the strengths of advance practice nursing and the community health center model of care, to provide a comprehensive and effective training experience in an urban environment.
Curriculum-The Family Nurse Practitioner Residency is a one-year salaried program based in the Bronx that provides intensive training in interdisciplinary care for underserved populations, as well as continuing education activities. The program includes precepted and independent continuity patient care sessions, specialty rotations, and didactic learning. Continuity clinics: Continuity clinics are the cornerstone of the FNP residency program and are based at the Institute’s Bronx health center locations.
Specialty rotations: These rotations include diabetes and nutrition, social justice and advocacy, health care for the homeless, behavioral health, integrative medicine, school-based health care, reproductive health and procedure training, urgent care, dermatology, leadership and practice management, and HIV care and prevention.
CenteringPregnancy® and CenteringParenting®: Residents will participate in group medical visits following the CenteringPregnancy and CenteringParenting model.
Interdisciplinary didactics: Residents will attend weekly didactics held with the Harlem Residency in Family Medicine and Mount Sinai Downtown Residency in Urban Family Medicine.
Additional activities: Residents will be provided opportunities to further their personal and professional development by collaborating with community based organizations, participating in local and state wide advocacy events, attending monthly grand round presentations at Mount Sinai Hospital, and presenting a poster for the annual Institute Research Symposium. Our interdisciplinary training model provides intensive clinical practice for our residents through our integrated primary care, mental health, dental care and social services.
Salary and Benefits-The salary for our family nurse practitioner residents is comparable to similar nurse practitioner training programs in the country.
Benefits include:· Full medical, dental, vision and prescription coverage· 403(b) retirement plan for eligible employees· Paid time off: 4 weeks vacation and 5 sick days for full-time providers· $1,500 of CME annually for full-time providers (5 CME days per year)· Pre-tax commuter benefit· Full malpractice coverage· Discounts on local arts and cultural events
How to Apply-To learn more about our Family Nurse Practitioner Residency Program, including application details and further information about the services and programs offered at the Institute for Family Health, please visit our website: https://www.institute.org/training-careers/family-nurse-practitioner-residency/
For further information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.Applications for the 2020-2021 academic year are now open and close January 31, 2020.