Internal Medicine Nurse Practitioner

Clinical Practice & Management of Care: Provides safe therapeutic care in a holistic and systemic way to include the assessment and overall management of care for a specified patient population under the supervision of an MD. Exercises independent judgment in the assessment, diagnosis, and initiation of medical processes and procedures in accordance with the nurse practitioner licensure regulations of the Commonwealth of Virginia, and as delineated in the written Scope of Practice/Protocol for Nurse Practitioner. Teamwork: Communicates effectively and works collaboratively with others. Demonstrates respect for and understanding of other clinical disciplines, and uses an integrated approach to achieve desired patient outcomes. Evidence-based/Best Practice: Utilizes evidenced-based standards, guidelines, and protocols for care delivery. Incorporates data and information to continuously improve care and practice. Professional Development: Ensures improvements in practice settings by assuming responsibility for self-development in life-long learning. Provides direction and guidance to others regarding practice, serves as a resource, and mentor. Leadership skills demonstrated in decision making and problem-solving.

  • Full time or Part-time (5 or 4 days a week)
    • Ballston Clinic or Fairfax Clinic available
  • 15-20 patients per day
    • 30min time slots
  • Chronic to Seasonal care
    • Diabetes, asthma support

General Internal Medicine Group, P.C., (GIMG) is committed to providing our patients with high quality, comprehensive, patient-centered care with the goal of optimizing health and well-being. Our team of providers and support staff cares about our patients and strives to offer everyone the access and control they need over their healthcare experience, in a warm and friendly environment. We are happy to serve our patients in Fairfax and Arlington, Virginia.

Job Requirements
Progressive clinical nursing experience; Three to five years of clinical nursing experience as a RN NP experience

Graduate of an accredited school of nursing Bachelors in Nursing and Masters in Advanced Clinical Practice or graduate of a post-masters certificate program for nurse practitioners, or certificate from an education program that is accredited by the Council of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs/Schools, American College of Nurse-Midwives, American Association of Colleges of Nursing of the National League for Nursing.

BLS; Specific to specialty (e.g. ACLS, NALS, PALS, ENCC, ATLS, NRP)

Certification for advanced practice Certificate in area of specialty

Licensed or eligible for licensing as a nurse practitioner in the state of employment RN Compact License (depending on State of primary residence) and a license (or eligibility for) as a nurse practitioner in the state of employment AND a “Prescriptive Authority for Licensed Nurse Practitioners Practice Agreement” signed by sponsoring/supervising physician(s), AND a written “Scope of Practice/Protocol” signed by the supervising physician, AND “Prescriptive Authority License” AND “Drug Enforcement Administration License” (if prescribing controlled substances)