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For consideration of any position we require a fully completed application. This includes Education Information, Employment History and Work Experience. Account for all employment within the last ten years, beginning with your current or most recent employer. In addition, indicate any other experience which you feel is relevant to the position for which you are applying (military experience, volunteer or experience gained etc.). If the field is not applicable, mark N/A. Please attach your resume as supplemental information only. Applications will be rejected if “SEE RESUME” is written on any portion of this section


Applicant must possess a R.N. and N.P. degrees, Current California R.N. license, Current California N.P. Furnishing Number, Current CPR certification. Must have or willing to obtain current CPR Certification from the American Heart Association or Red Cross prior to orientation. The Family Nurse Practitioner provides primary and urgent patient care in the ambulatory clinic setting. He/she sees all age groups, instituting appropriate diagnosis, treatment, follow-up, and referral for consultations when indicated. This position is an integral part of the health care team, which includes other Physicians, Podiatrists, Mid-level Practitioners, Registered Nurses, Licensed Vocational Nurses, Medical Assistants, Medical Receptionists, Pharmacy personnel, and Laboratory personnel, and members of the Dental, Outreach, Community Health Nursing, Behavioral Health Services, and Social Service Departments. Must be able to work with the Indian Community and be sensitive to the Indian culture and its needs.


Duties of this position shall include, but are not limited to the following:

1. Functions independently to perform age-appropriate history and physical assessments for children and adults. Demonstrates competence for all specialized procedures for which privileging is requested. Operates within the scope of practice as delineated in their clinical privileges. Appropriately documents all care and procedures in the medical records.

2. Appropriately interprets patient historical, physical examination, and diagnostic and therapeutic test data to arrive at an accurate diagnosis. Orders laboratory and radiology studies when necessary to confirm diagnosis, or to rule out other differential diagnoses. Appropriately documents all findings in the medical record. Consults with a physician, nurse practitioner, or other appropriate member of the health care team when necessary.

3. Prescribes appropriate pharmacologic and non-pharmacologic treatment modalities to treat the patient’s condition. Utilizes medication formulary for pharmacological options. Orders appropriate follow-up for patient to assess results of treatment. Refers patient when necessary for treatments not available from RSBCIHI. Appropriately documents all plans and orders in the medical record.

4. Monitors the effectiveness of interventions. Collaborates with multidisciplinary team members by making appropriate referrals.

5. Implements the RSBCIHI health care objectives to include primary care, health promotion, and disease prevention through routine care of patients.

6. Adheres to insurance company requirements to ensure appropriate reimbursement for services rendered.

7. Has an awareness and appreciation for the diversity of Native American cultural and spiritual values and recognizes how these values affect our interactions with Native Americans in the medical setting.

8. Functions as an effective member of the health care team, which includes physicians, nursing, clerical, pharmacy, and laboratory staff. Effectively communicates and collaborates with all team members to provide both efficient and high-quality care to our patients. Sets the pace for efficient patient flow through the clinic.

9. Participates in Medical Department staff meetings and clinic site meetings. Implements corrective actions as identified during peer review activities.

10. Delivers patient care in a manner that is thorough and elicits patient compliance within RSBCIHI guidelines:

 30 minutes for routine care of patients with chronic illnesses and minor acute problems. Reschedules patients for longer visits when appropriate.

 60 minutes for annual preventive health examinations and new patient visits; 30 minutes for disability exams, procedures, acute, and chronic care appointments.

 Average 12-18 primary care patient visits per 8-hour shift.

 Completes all medication refills and patient care in a timely manner.

 Completes and submits the SOAP note encounter documentation within 24 hours of evaluating a patient.


Education & Experience


• Graduate of an accredited school of nursing (Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) or Doctor of Nurse Practice (DNP) degree required

• Graduate of an accredited family nurse practitioner program (FNP)


Two years of experience in an ambulatory care patient setting preferred.


Must possess and maintain a current and unrestricted:

California Registered Nurse License

California Nurse Practitioner License

California Nurse Practitioner Furnishing Number

Drug Enforcement Administration Controlled Substance Registration Certificate

Nurse Practitioner National Board Certification

Current CPR Certification that meets the guidelines from the American Heart Association or Red Cross (Can be obtained prior to orientation)

California driver’s license. A current DMV printout is required.

Ability To

Must be able to work with the Indian Community and be sensitive to the Indian culture and its needs.

Physical Demands

The assignment will be carried out in a medical clinic setting. There is frequent exposure to contagious diseases. There is some infrequent exposure to unstable and/or hostile patients.

Walking and standing is frequent for long periods of time. Some sitting and lifting are required. The incumbent will be required to assist patients who are frail or disabled.

Driving will be required between clinics.


You are also advised that this organization is required to give preference in employment and training to qualified Indian candidates (Title 2 U.S. Code 472 and 473) and Public Law 93-638 provided the applicant has submitted appropriate verification of Indian preference for employment.


Riverside-San Bernardino County Indian Health Inc., has adopted a Drug-Free and Alcohol-Free Policy, in part, to satisfy its obligations under the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988. It is unlawful for any employee to manufacture, distribute, dispense, possess or use a controlled substance in the workplace. In addition, Riverside-San Bernardino County Indian Health, Inc., must be notified within five (5) calendar days of any criminal drug statute conviction for a violation occurring in the workplace. Employees who are suspected of violating Riverside-San Bernardino County Indian Health, Inc.’s Drug-Free and Alcohol-Free Policy may be required to submit to inspections of their persons, vehicles or personal property. This may include medical testing for alcohol and/or drug use.


Job Type

Full Time


$140,000-$160,000 ($67.31-$76.92 D.O.E)


Medical, Dental and Vision to all Full-Time Employees

Paid Time Off, Extended Illness Time

Paid Holidays

Paid Time off for Bereavement and Jury Duty

401(k) – Retirement Programs

Life Insurance- 2 Times Your Annual Pay (Limit Applies)

Long Term Disability

Supplemental Benefits- Accident, Critical Illness, Life, Short Term Disability

Employee Assistance Programs

Employee Fitness Program

Tuition Reimbursement Program for Native American Employees

Career Advancement Opportunities

Work Location

Morongo as assigned (travel required as needed)

Morongo Indian Health Clinic (11555 ½ Potrero Banning, Ca 92220)

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