Acute Care Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant, Critical Care (PRN) – Plano, TX


Acute Care Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant, Critical Care (PRN) – Plano, TX

To our prospective teammates,

My name is Steven Davidoff, MD.  I’m the regional medical director with Sound Critical Care for the pulmonary/critical care program at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano.  I’ve been a part of Sound for three years. I’m proud of the practice we’ve built at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano and welcome interest from critical care advanced practice providers (APPs) seeking to make a career change to explore our group and our practice.  I would like to share more about who we are and what we do — specifically about our people, practice, and purpose — as you consider your options:

  • Our team is comprised of practicing pulmonary/critical care physicians and APPs with a diverse mix of ICU clinical practice time.
  • Within the hospital, we work closely with the multi-disciplinary team within the unit to collaboratively care for patients.
  • As an APP with Sound Critical Care, you will work in an environment that promotes the Sound Core Values of integrity, teamwork, service, quality, and innovation enjoying a sustainable career with programs consistently staffed to levels that facilitate a manageable workload for our intensivist teams.
  • We recognize the value that you bring when you are empowered to work at the top of your license. We invest in robust onboarding and training as you assimilate into a new role at a new hospital. We support you in providing the excellent care you long to give each patient through ongoing professional development and ongoing feedback on your clinical performance.
  • We work collaboratively within our team to manage the schedule as equitably as possible to provide our team with a great work/family life balance.
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano has been serving the Plano community and surrounding communities for 30 years with full-service care provided by a compassionate and committed team of healthcare providers. The hospital has been ranked seven years in a row as one of the Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For and has received the American Nurses Credentialing Center Magnet Designation.
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano is a 370-bed not-for-profit hospital.
  • We work within a 28-bed closed ICU with high-acuity patients.
  • We work in NextGen, with access to our internal informatics platform.
  • Full-time APPs work an average of 15 shifts per month block shift schedule.  We work together to manage the schedule as equitably as possible providing intensivists with a great work/family life balance.
  • PRN opportunities are available with no set monthly shift commitment and offer the flexibility to schedule shifts as available and based on program need.  Paid medical malpractice with tail coverage is provided.  No other benefits are included.
  • Benefits include medical, dental, vision, life, and AD&D insurance, long- and short-term disability, 401k with match, paid medical malpractice and tail coverage, and annual CME allowance.
  • Candidates should have a current, unrestricted NP/PA license and ICU experience as an APP.
  • Ideal candidates will have the ability to independently assess, examine, and provide care to critically ill patients in the ICU including procedures such as central lines, intubations, and arterial lines.
  • Within this role, an APP will manage medical and surgical ICU patients, present and participate in daily multidisciplinary rounds in the ICU, and work autonomously and multitask within the critical care team.
  • We are looking for team members who commit to excellence in clinical service and demonstrate problem-solving abilities necessary to best serve our patients while possessing the ability to work as a team member.
  • We put patients first. Always.
  • We value and support growth and development in our practice and in our critical care group, allowing you to explore opportunities that provide clinical and professional growth opportunity.

Ranked the most affluent city in the nation and home to numerous top companies, Plano features dining, shopping, and outdoor activities. It is located within 30 minutes of Dallas and 50 minutes of Fort Worth. The area boasts an average of 285 sunny days a year and is a commutable distance to several Fortune 500 companies, professional sports teams, numerous music and entertainment venues, theaters, the Dallas Symphony, and much more. Texas’ motto is “Friendship”, which perfectly describes the city’s welcoming personality.

Want to learn more about this opportunity? Reach out to my recruiting partner, who will put you in touch with me.

Steven Davidoff, MD
Regional Medical Director

Tagged as: Nurse Practitioner, Physician Assistant