Join our continually growing team of providers
- At ChristianaCare, advanced practice clinicians work in a wide range of clinical environments, including ambulatory practices, specialty services, hospitalist groups, intensive care units, surgical departments and obstetrical areas.
- In the past 10 years, our APC workforce has tripled. Currently, there are almost 700 APCs working at ChristianaCare. As the demand for health care access rises, ChristianaCare anticipates continued growth for the APC community.
Fellowship opportunities for new providers
- The Primary Care APC Fellowship is a nine-month, intensive program for newly graduated nurse practitioners and physician assistants with less than 18 months of experience. The fellowship consists of a six-month precepted experience followed by three months in primary care practice. It provides precepting by experienced nurse practitioners, physician assistants and physicians in specialty rotations with additional didactic education in caring for primary care patients.
- The Neonatal PA Fellowship program is a 12-month, intensive program for newly graduated physician assistants with less than 18 months of experience. The fellowship consists of four 13-week block rotations, including introduction to NICU and labor and delivery room nursing, well baby rotations, level II and level III, delivery room experience, and level II and level III NICU. The fellow will have assigned preceptors in all rotations and dedicated didactic time, including case presentations, learning modules and simulation learning. During the last block of the fellowship, the fellow will be an integrated part of the NICU APC staff caring for a full complement of patients.
Have a voice and join a council with your colleagues
- Advanced Practice Clinician (APC) Council
- Consists of advanced practice clinician leaders throughout ChristianaCare
- Advanced Practice Nurse Practitioner (APRN) Council
- Physician Assistant (PA) Council
These councils are a supportive venue for information sharing, collaboration, discussion and education, as well as serving as a mentoring network for APCs.
- Several multidisciplinary system-wide councils within the shared-governance structure include Quality and Safety, Workforce Connection, Research and Evidence-Based Practice, and Technology and Innovations Council.
Benefits of being an APC with ChristianaCare
- Continuing medical education (CME) allowance and paid CME days
- Reimbursement of fees associated with Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and Controlled Substance Registration (CSR)
- Competitive compensation, including incentive bonus opportunities
- Ability to attend lectures and discussions on-site