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Description of Position Offered

Position Neonatology Nurse Practitioner
Credentials RN, NNP Credential
Starting Date ASAP

Contact Information

Name Whitney Clark
Title Recruiter
Organization St. Luke's Health System
Street Address 190 E. Bannock St.
City Boise
State ID
EMAIL clarkw@slhs.org
Web Site https://www.stlukesonline.org/careers
Phone 208-493-0646


St. Luke's Neonatology in Idaho is seeking an NNP to join 8 BC Neonatologists and 8 NNPs to assist with coverage of our three (soon to be four) St. Luke's NICUs. This position is primarily based at the Level IV NICU in Boise, Idaho. An additional position is available in Twin Falls, Idaho, which is in the process of expanding its scope of coverage to Level III status.

The Level IV facility is within St. Luke’s Children’s Hospital, a CHA-designated children’s hospital-within-a-hospital located in downtown Boise, Idaho. The NICU was built in 2002 and is a modern 61-bed unit, with advanced technology support (HFV, iNO, therapeutic hypothermia, noninvasive ventilation), semi-private rooms, and a priority of family-centered care. It maintains an ADC of 37 and approximately 900 admissions per year. NNPs provide daily rounding support and in-house night coverage with an in-house Neonatologist at this facility. Our Level II NICU is located 10 miles away in Meridian, Idaho, and this 12-bed facility was fully renovated in 2007. NNPs assist with weekend coverage and home call at the Meridian facility. Coming in fall of 2017 will be our new Nampa facility with 8 private NICU rooms and 7 NICU/LDRP Family Care Suites.

The Children's Hospital provides a full complement of Pediatric Subspecialty services with the exception of ECMO or complex congenital heart surgery. The program is supported by a skilled Obstetrical department including 4 full time MFM specialists.

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This entry was posted on 12-22-2016.
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