How you’ll benefit as an Interior Health Nurse Practitioner
Over 70 Nurse Practitioners (NP) work in a variety of health care settings within Interior Health, such as acute care (cardiac surgery, thoracic surgery, hospitalists), specialty clinics (diabetes, atrial fibrillation, renal), Long-Term care, medical assistance in dying (MAiD) and primary care. As varied as the practice sites are from urban to rural and remote, so too are the models of care from shared care, to collaborative practice, to solo practice, to inter-professional team based care.
Whether they are caring for the Frail Elderly in Long-Term Care, partnering in care with First Nations’ communities, providing Primary Care in a number of urban and rural settings, or supporting patients while in Hospital, all of IH’s NPs are united in their dedication to serving the everyday health care needs of clients. To be a successful NP at IH, you need to believe in a team approach to providing care while promoting health, preventing illness, and managing chronic conditions.