Salary commensurate with experience and expertise.
3 openings available.
Internal Number: 2
Equipoise Healthcare is a new multi-specialty pediatric practice, founded by a pediatric hematology and oncology physician, opening this summer in Wichita, Kansas. We are looking for nurses in pediatric hematology and oncology to work with children in the outpatient clinic. Duties will include managing patient flow, proactively managing appointments, medication refills, and other patient needs, teaching patients about their diseases, giving infusions, accessing the patient's port, assisting with procedures, and other duties as appropriate. There will also be opportunities to work in pediatric palliative care.
This is a position where you can help start and influence a new clinic, including choosing the supplies we use, developing standards of excellence for nurses, influencing the workplace culture, and creating a robust program for supporting kids with cancer and blood disorders. This is an opportunity for nurses who want to take on a leadership role, who have dreamed of the chance to have a say in the way medical care is delivered to kids with cancer and blood disorders.
RN required with BSN preferred.
Must have at least 3 years of nursing experience in a relevant field.
Must have or obtain APHON certification within 90 days of starting employment.
Must have or obtain BLS and PALS certifications before beginning patient care.
Must be up to date on all recommended vaccinations, including influenza and SARS-CoV-2 (COVID).
Must pass background checks and urine drug screen.
Equipoise Healthcare is a new multi—specialty pediatric practice that will open this summer with pediatric hematology/oncology and palliative care services. We are currently making plans for other pediatric specialties as well. This is a public benefit medical practice, founded and managed by a physician, with the goal of delivering high quality pediatric specialty care to the Midwest in a format that keeps kids as close to home as possible and reduces the burden on families.