North Texas Critical Care (NTCC)

Critical Care Advanced Practice Provider

Service Line: Emergency Medicine

Location: Dallas, Texas

Position: Full-time w/ benefits

Status: Employee

Hospital

Baylor University Medical Center (BUMC) is a nationally recognized, not-for-profit hospital that cares for more than 300,000 people each year. In 1903, the hospital opened with 25 beds; today it is a major patient care, teaching and research center for the Southwest. BUMC has 1,025 licensed beds and serves as the flagship hospital of Baylor Scott & White Health –​ North Texas. 

North Texas Critical Care is a dedicated critical care intensivist team delivering quality care within the Cardiovascular and Surgical ICU’s at Baylor University Medical Center – Level I Trauma Center 

Baylor University Medical Center

3500 Gaston Ave., Dallas, TX 75246 

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Critical Care Unit

APP’s provide post-operative care within high acuity units  treating patients recovering from heart/lung transplants, trauma, and cardiovascular surgeries. 

Shift Coverage:  Full-time providers work a minimum of 15 shifts per month, which includes days, nights and weekends. We have 7 days shifts (6:30a-6:30p) and 2 nights shifts (6:30p-6:30am). Our typical patient to provider ratio is 8:1. 

Required Qualifications

  • Graduate of an accredited ACNP/AGACNP/PA program 
  • Board Certified within area of study 
  • Current Texas APRN/PA licensure 
  • ACLS required, ATLS preferred 
  • Critical Care and/or Cardiac Surgery experience highly preferred, new graduates will be considered 

Benefits

  • Medical, Dental, Vision, 401K with safe harbor company match, discretionary 401k profit sharing contribution, $5,000 CME/Business Expense Reimbursement 

Community

Whether you’re looking for fine arts, entertainment, professional sports or giving back, you’ll never run out of activities in Dallas.  

The Dallas Region is a modern metro area with over 200 cities, each unique in personality. Its booming economy adds an average of nearly 400 additional people per day. These incoming residents have a diverse range of housing choices, from urban lofts to white picket fences, to rambling suburban estates, in neighborhoods and schools that are equally diverse and nationally recognized.  

For more information contact:

Stephen Fish, Recruiter
sfish@ies.healthcare | (c) 972.697.5273 | (p) 469.420.5505
www.ies.healthcare