Exciting opportunities for Nurse Practitioners in Western Sydney, NSW
Full time and casual roles for immediate start in Western Sydney
Recognition of your value
Practice to the full extent of your scope of practice with collaborative GPs in aged care, in-home care and primary health clinics
Flexible and supportive environment
Home Nurse Services recognises, and is active in growing, the value of nurse practitioners in Australia. We only employ nurse practitioners.
In Western Sydney we are seeking endorsed nurse practitioners who are registered with AHPRA to join our growing team. We are making a difference in the community through our innovative nursing services.
We are a national company which is highly responsive to local needs, and we will support you with collaborative GPs, enthusiastic and experienced NP peers, and management that is committed to achieving the best patient outcomes possible. Importantly, we take the risk in client engagements, not you, and offer you competitive remuneration on a full-time or casual basis.
Currently, we service residential aged care facilities, in-home care customers and primary health clinics. If your scope of practice includes any of aged care, primary health, ED, wound care or chronic disease, or you are a NP that would like to transition to aged care, we would be delighted to speak with you. Equally, if you are a newly graduated NP who is looking for support as you grow in experience and confidence, we are the right team for you to join.
We are seeking nurse practitioners with a ‘make it happen’ approach, who want to earn a good living while having tangible positive impact on patients. With us, you will have autonomy and the opportunity to employ the full extent of your scope of practice. It is likely that travel is required of a position with us, but that travel will typically be limited to within an hour of your home.
Please contact Sue Irvine, General Manager, for a confidential discussion and further information on 1300 00 33 33 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Aged & palliative care,
Care of people with long term conditions,
Emergency and acute care,
Primary health care
Nurse Practitioners are highly experienced registered nurses who have undertaken additional university study (Masters degree) and extensive clinical training in their field of expertise.
This qualifies them to deliver care beyond the traditional nursing role. Nurse Practitioners are able to:
Diagnose and treat patients
Order pathology test and X-rays.
Nurse Practitioners can consult and liaise with other healthcare professionals including GPs, medical and surgical specialists, other nurses, dieticians, occupational therapists, social workers and many others, to ensure a coordinated approach to your healthcare.