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CRNP-Family (Part-Time)


Human Resources maintains and assists in the preparation of job descriptions for each classified job title.The CRNP is responsible for patient care under the requirements set forth by the state board of nursing and board of medical examiners.  



To work autonomously and in collaboration with other healthcare professionals to deliver family-focused care. To provide a wide range of healthcare services that revolve around the family unit from health promotion and disease prevention to direct care and counseling across the lifespan. 


A CRNP provides primary and specialty healthcare. Like an MD, he or she assesses and diagnoses patients, orders laboratory tests, prescribes medications, and manages health conditions. CRNPs also educate their patients on how to make healthy lifestyle choices. 

  • Develop treatment plans for acute and chronic diseases. 

  • Educate and guide patients on disease prevention and healthy lifestyle habits. 

  • Understand the changes in health promotion throughout the aging process. 

  • Conduct physical and/or telehealthexams. 

  • Perform diagnostic tests and screening evaluations. 

  • Managing overall patient care regarding lifestyle and development issues 

  • Emphasize preventative care and disease management. 

  • Prescribemedications.  

  • Complete documentation and billing of provided services in a timely manner, no more than 48 hours from date of service. 

  • Participate in quality health measure reporting. 

  • Consistently work a regular schedule (minimum of 15 full shifts {7 hours count as a full shift} a year to maintain collaboration) and notify in writing about disruptions or significant changes to schedule to arrange appropriate coverage (ideally arrange coverage for your shifts) 

  • Provide a 90-day written notice of separation. 



Received: CRNPs reports to the CMO.  This position works independently, but in a collaborative environment. 

Given: While CRNPs do not officially supervise staff positions, it is each provider’s responsibility to supervise his/her own clinic, especially the clinical staff. 



Required:   Advanced practice registered nursemaster’s degree and nurse practitioner certification. 

Preferred: Family practice certification preferred. 



Required: Minimum experience: Completed preceptorship hours for CNRP program. 

PreferredAnyexperience working with under-served patient population. 

Bi-lingual Spanish a benefit to the patient population. 



Required:  Standard medical equipment including but not limited to stethoscope, blood pressure cuff, pulse oximeter, etc. Most positions at HAPPI Health require use of personal computer, keyboard, and other standard office equipment, including but not limited to multi-line telephone, printer/copier, electronic fax, and cell phone applications related to the EHR system. 



Usual:Typical outpatient clinic environment. 

SpecialAdditionally, requires some exposure to communicable diseases, bodily fluids, medicinal preparations, and other conditions common to a clinic environment. 


Hearing:  Adequate to perform job duties in person and over the telephone/able to use stethoscope and respond to verbal questions. 

Vision:  Visual acuity adequate to perform job duties, including visual examination of patient, reading information from written and printed sources, as well as computer screens. 

Other:  Requires frequent lifting and carrying items weighing up to 30 lbs. unassisted, including assisting patients when requiredAdequate physical ability to include sufficient manual dexterity to perform requisite health care service, including injectionsRequires frequent bending, reaching, repetitive hand movements, standing for up to 4 hours without a break, walking, squatting, sitting, with some heavy lifting, pushing, and pulling exerted regularly throughout a regular work shift 


SALARY$93,600-$124,800 annual salary range.