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The Infectious Diseases Advanced Practice Provider (APP) (100% FTE) provides care for oncology patients primarily in the outpatient setting, but at times may cover the inpatient service under the supervision of the Infectious Diseases (ID) attending physician, participates in the outpatient parenteral/oral antibiotic therapy program, and antimicrobial stewardship program. They will be a member of the ID consult service that sees all FHCC patients both at the outpatient ambulatory facility and the University of Washington Medical Center-Montlake (UWMC-Montlake). This provider will work with three other APPs and an ID Clinical Nurse Coordinator (CNC). Primary responsibilities include initial evaluation, physical examinations, development of a treatment plan, progress notes, and ongoing follow up of patients on whom an infectious disease consult has been requested. A formal telemedicine program and national and international consultation service is being developed that this position will support. The inpatient service is shared between the APPs and the ID fellow. Additional responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
Please include a cover letter when applying for this job that includes your specific interest in the Advanced Practice Provider position and working for Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center (either as an additional attachment on your profile or merged into the file that contains your resume).
In addition to job duties at Fred Hutch, this position also requires access to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, which requires COVID-19 vaccination without exceptions.
Accordingly, as a condition of employment for this Fred Hutch position, newly hired employees must provide proof of vaccination before their first day of employment.
A statement describing your commitment and contributions toward greater diversity, equity, inclusion, and antiracism in your career or that will be made through your work at Fred Hutch is requested of all finalists.