Nurse Practitioner

at Woodlands Senior Living LLC in Augusta, Maine, United States

Job Description

Nurse Practitioner

Augusta, ME (

Job Type

Full-time, Part-time


Composed of ten companies across the great state of Maine, Woodlands Senior Living provides a residence for more than 700 seniors to age gracefully, happily, and comfortably surrounded by compassionate caregivers. Eight of those companies have become the first in Maine to receive Joint Commission accreditation with 2 more Gold Seal of Approvals on the way. On a mission to make each day the best day possible for every resident served, we are embarking on yet another ground-breaking concept – a senior living provider practice – and we are looking for dedicated geriatric providers.

We want to see your resume if:

· You provide exceptional patient-centered care that optimizes function and/or well-being;

· You are an expert in prioritizing and managing the care of senior patients by integrating the patient’s goals and values into the practice of evidence based medicine;

· Your core values are ingrained in the way you work, remind you that you share a bigger purpose and commit to these standards of behavior to deliver the highest quality care and provide a safe and inclusive work environment for your team;

· You are innovative, always up for a challenge, and delight in the opportunity to treat the seniors that paved the path for the next generation’s future, and

· May be described as your team’s project manager, compelled to create or improve upon clinical policy and procedures.

Essential Functions

· Obtains patient history and performs comprehensive assessment via observation, interview, and examination. Develops individualized care plans to manage conditions and collaborates with multidisciplinary teams to ensure the best possible outcomes for the resident.

· Provides direct treatment and management of health conditions, including use of prescriptive authority and referral to other healthcare providers and community resources. Orders, performs, and interprets diagnostic studies.

· Provides counseling and education to residents and their families concerning preventative health, treatment options and community resources.

· Provides care in the context of promoting age and culture, appropriate informed choices and shared decision-making.

Salary starting at $125,000 plus experience.


· Must possess an active, unencumbered license to practice as a Nurses Practitioner in Maine and be knowledgeable of nursing and medical practices and procedures.

· Must be eligible to practice independently as outlined by the Maine Department of Professional and Financial Regulation Board of Nursing.

· A current valid license to operate a vehicle in the state of Maine and a driving record that is satisfactory to the company may be required.

· Must complete a criminal history record check to the satisfaction of the company.

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Job Posting: JC260791095

Posted On: Jun 05, 2024

Updated On: Jul 04, 2024

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