Occupational NP/PA

The role of the occupational health physicians assistant/nurse practitioner  is a multi-faceted and diverse one, as these advanced nursing professionals serve as healthcare providers, safety inspectors, educators, and architects of new health and safety measures and programs. The job duties of an occupational health nurse may include:

  • Developing and implementing health and safety programs
  • Developing disease prevention programs, such as smoking cessation, exercise, and healthy eating programs
  • Documenting all employee injuries and illnesses within the workplace
  • Observing and assessing the work environment for potential dangers and hazards
  • Treating injuries and illnesses for employees, including follow-ups and referrals
  • Overseeing and implementing emergency and disaster preparedness programs and planning
  • Serving as a gatekeeper for healthcare services, including rehabilitation and disability matters
  • Counseling employees on physical and mental health issues and guiding them toward community resources and/or employee assistance programs
  • Monitoring the health status of employees
  • Conducting research on the effects of hazardous work conditions or workplace exposures, which may include gathering data and reporting findings to the employer

Requirements:
  • Must have Texas NP or PA License
  • Occupational medicine experience preferred 

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