Clinical Services Coordinator/Nurse Practitioner

Job Type

Full Time



Application Deadline



New York
United States


Keep the PATH Program and its vital activities at the forefront.

Knowledge, expertise and professional direction help keep The PATH Center such a vital resource for neonates, children, or adolescents with HIV… and their families. Come make an impact on the PATH Family Program, its goals, and its staff—not to mention the overall Hospital mission.


Since 1845, The Brooklyn Hospital Center has been dedicated to providing outstanding health services, education and research to keep the people of Brooklyn and greater New York healthy. TBHC’s focus is ensuring optimal patient care through the use of advanced technology, innovative medical and surgical treatments, and staff expertise. Located in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn, TBHC is a clinical affiliate of The Mount Sinai Hospital and an academic affiliate of The Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. As Brooklyn’s first hospital, TBHC is proud to be a part of an incredibly diverse community and is committed to Keeping Brooklyn Healthy.

The Clinical Services Coordinator will:

·       Develop and provide primary care for HIV positive patients of all age ranges (infant to 25)

·       Ensure compliance with standards, policies and procedures

·       Obtain patient histories and perform diagnostics

·       Refer patients to ED or for inpatient admission, as appropriate to medical status

·       Oversee the Family Program RN and Clinic LPN Floater

·       Lead the development of new programmatic initiatives

·       Continuously address the clinical and psychosocial needs of infants born to HIV+ mothers, HIV+ pediatric patients and HIV diagnosed or at-risk adolescents

·       Coordinate, prepare and present data and participate in grant-writing activities

The qualified professional must have:

·       Master’s degree in Nursing, or comparable Advanced Nurse Practice education

·       Experience and Certification as a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) or a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP)

·       Current NYS licensure as an RN and NP

·       Completion of BCLS training

·       Understanding of the clinical needs of patients ranging from infant to 25 years old, particularly those who are HIV+/AIDS

·       Bilingual skills in Spanish or Creole strongly desired

Team members here enjoy a stimulating work setting, a vibrant downtown Brooklyn location, and more. To apply, please visit or e-mail a resume directly to along@


Professional Level

None specified

Minimum Education Required

No requirement