Cooper’s mission is to serve, to heal, to educate and nobody brings this to life more than our Advanced Practice Nurses. Our APNs are integral in diagnosing and treating patients as well as educating them on how to live healthily with their conditions. You’ll need to be a self-starter who stays up-to-date on advancements in your field and be able to work both independently and collaboratively.
- Level: Senior
- Travel: Possible Local
What makes a successful Advanced Practice Nurse at Cooper? Check out the top traits we’re looking for and see if you have the right mix. Additional related traits listed below.
- Collaborative 7
- Communicator 10
- Compassionate 8
- Team Player 7
- Efficient 8
- Quick-thinking 7
- Good Listener
Why I Love Cooper
Nursing Care at Cooper
Medical • Dental • Vision
Health & Wellness Programs
Paid Time off
Tax Sheltered Annuity (TSA)
Cafeteria, Food Kiosk
& Onsite Restaurant Gift Shop
Close to shopping
Close to public transportation
Close to restaurants & entertainment
ADVANCED PRACTICE NURSE PRN - ORTHO Admin 3 Cooper
Camden, New Jersey
More information about this job:
The Advanced Practice Nurse assumes responsibility for advanced nursing practice
within a clinical specialty.
In consultation with other members of the health care team, strengthens nursing practice
and promotes positive patient outcomes.
Responsibilities include clinical practice, staff and patient education, and research.
The Advanced Practice Nurse serves as a significant member of the multidisciplinary
health care team in the inpatient, outpatient and community settings.
Scheduled Days / Hours: M-F,; License (or Certification):NJ-APN Required; Education:MSN Required
Graduate from a master's level program.
Graduate from an NLN approved School of Nursing
Required License/Certifications/ Registration:
NJ RN License.
NJ APN License.
Certificate in Specialty area as needed.
Demonstrates effective written and oral communication skills and interpersonal skills.
Prescriptive practice is based on the development of written joint protocols with collaborating physician.
These protocols are reviewed, updated and signed yearly.
Receives approval from the Nurse Credentialing Committee.