Company: Sanford Federal
Posted on: April 9, 2021
Sanford Federal, Inc. (Sanford Federal) headquartered in Stafford,
VA., is a premier, economically disadvantaged woman-owned Small
Business that provides federal professional services, primarily
engaged in providing advanced information technology, cyber
security, management systems support, as well as business and
infrastructure management services.
We are among the most innovative, respected, and ethical providers
of technology solutions to the United States government. Our
mission is to provide superior-quality, innovative, information
technology solutions that help federal agencies best aid, serve,
and protect the American people.
Job Summary: Sanford Federal is looking for a nurse practitioner
who will help with all aspects of patient care, including
diagnosis, treatments and consultations. The candidate may also
conduct physicals, order tests and serve as a patient's primary
- The candidate must be a licensed Obstetrician, Physician with
OB Training, or licensed Nurse Practitioner or Certified Midwife
who works directly with the licensed Obstetrician.
- Certification in their specialty by the appropriate certifying
organization, i.e., American Academy of Nurse Practitioners or the
American College of Nurse Midwifes Certification Council A current,
valid unrestricted medical license in one of the U.S. states,
territories or commonwealths.
- Minimum experience of one (1) year in the respective area.
Duties: The candidate will have the following responsibilities:
- Nurse Practitioner must attend at least one clinic per week for
at least 3 hours.
- The candidate must be at the facility on a designated day from
8:00am to 3:45 pm or as patient workload allows.
- The candidate will be at the facility no later than 8:00am. If
it is determined that he will be late on scheduled days, then he
must inform nursing/medical supervisor no later than the day before
or promptly the day of to reschedule and coordinate relief to
- The candidate shall take a history and perform an appropriate
examination. The findings shall be correlated with the laboratory
and ultrasound findings. The candidate shall make a verbal report
to a Government physician and shall further make a written
consultation in the patient's Electronic Health Record. The written
consultation shall include the findings, impression, and
recommendations about the management. The candidate shall be
available for consultation by telephone and shall give
recommendations to the Government physicians about management of
patients seen between clinics, at no charge to Sanford
- Physician fees for inpatients or outpatient office visits at
another facility will be paid at Medicare rate or lower. The
candidate shall accept transfer for patients to his care at his
private office or at a local contact hospital by formal written
referral from a Government physician and or provider.
- Provider must have privileges for obstetrical and surgical
services at local hospitals.
- In the event that an emergency admission of an eligible person
occurs in a local contract hospital, and that the candidate is
responsible for the care of the patient, the preferred procedure is
telephone notification and request for the authorization by an IHS
physician. Such a request may be made after the admission by
calling the IHS physician on call or the Chief Executive Officer.
In such an emergency admission, failure to notify the Wind River
Service Unit within 72 hours removes the obligation of the Indian
Health Service to participate in the responsibility for payment.
While the primary responsibility for notification is with the
patient or the patient's family, notification by the contractor or
the hospital may often avert difficulties. Referral from one
hospital to another requires the prior approval by an IHS
physician. Initial oral permission is followed by written
authorization by the IHS Physician/provider.
- Laboratory and other diagnostic tests including ultrasound
examinations shall be made in one of the Indian Health Service
Centers whenever possible. The candidate will order these tests
elsewhere when they are not available at the Indian Health Centers
or when the patient is an inpatient at another facility under the
care of the candidate. Authorization shall be obtained from the
referring IHS provider before tests are scheduled.
- It shall be required that the candidate's private office and
the hospital the Contractor utilizes for inpatient procedures be no
farther than 60 minutes driving time from Fort Washakie, Wyoming
under normal driving conditions at posted speed limits in a private
Why Sanford Federal?
You can take pride in working for a company dedicated to serving
our government by providing the best, most cost-effective solutions
for the US Government. Our work helps the US Government secure our
nation, support the efforts of our military and intelligence
communities, and provide lifesaving medical services to our
soldiers, vets, and their families.
Please submit your most up-to-date resume. Please be sure to
highlight your relevant experience.
Sanford Federal is an equal opportunity employer and encourages all
qualified candidates to apply.
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