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APRN Pediatric Nurse Practitioner - Early Childhood Development Coordinator -

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11990 Jackson Street, Clinton, LA, USA

Full Time

APRN, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Early Childhood Development Coordinator

Join RKM as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and make a difference in the community by providing primary care in an ambulatory health setting as part of a primary care team. Since 1999, our mission is to provide open access to quality patient centered healthcare in the communities in which we live. RKM Primary Care is a Federally Qualified Health Center with 11 clinics in 5 parishes.

Job Overview: Our sites qualify for the National Health Service Corps loan repayment program (individual qualifications apply).


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Job Overview:

  • Provides oversight for all Early Childhood Development (ECD) Program activities, at all RKM locations, including clinical and fiscal responsibility.

  • Develop and manage high functioning and competent teams with a focus on patient centered outcomes driven care

  • Assist in identifying and developing ECD program goals

  • Coordinate patient and family enrollment process into ECD program and with community resources.

  • Attend community outreach events (sometimes on weekends)

  • Increase the number of children ages 0-5 who receive recommended developmental screenings.

  • Increase number of children and their families assisted with accessing appropriate follow up/ referral services to ensure appropriate interventions and that documentation is complete

  • Track, compile and analyze clinical performance and outcome data for ECD patients

  • Reporting for program outcomes and progress toward goals

  • Assist in program dissemination as patients age out

  • Provide direct patient care, including assessment, planning, intervention and evaluation via ECD program and in clinic, as needed.

  • Build and maintain a long-term patient base in the provision of comprehensive care. One such that sustains the position and that of the Primary Care Team as well as meets the community’s expectation of access to healthcare.

  • Gather and document pertinent information in a timely and systematic, skillful format

  • Differentiate normal from abnormal variations for all body systems

  • Order diagnostics, monitor completion, review and interpret results, follow-up

  • Develop individualized problem lists and related treatment plan

  • Provide appropriate pharmacological management in accordance with clinical practice guidelines

  • Perform procedures in accordance with standards of practice and clinical practice guidelines

  • Collaborate with other members of the interdisciplinary healthcare team of PCPFHF

  • Order referrals for on-site services and off-site specialist, monitor completion and outcome



  • Advanced Practice Registered Nurse currently licensed to practice in the State of Louisiana, Pediatric Specialty, Required

  • Certification from a formal recognized certifying Nurse Practitioner Program, Required

  • Prefer experience in ambulatory care setting

  • Current Basic Life Support, Required

Employment Type: Full Time, Monday through Friday


Company benefits: Health, dental and vision insurance with voluntary supplemental policies. Up to a 5% match in 403b retirement plan; Paid vacation and sick time.


Starting Salary Range: $94,400-$121,625 per year; up to 3% annual increase

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