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PRN Traveling Infusion Nurse Practitioner



Horizon Infusions is a patient-centric organization that provides high-quality, compassionate, and affordable care to patients with complex and chronic conditions. We operate a network of independent infusion centers and are growing rapidly by developing new locations that improve access to life-changing treatments. We are looking for people who share our passion for patients and are excited to grow with our organization.


The Traveling Infusion Nurse Practitioner will travel to our Ambulatory Infusion Suites within the state of Ohio to provide infusion therapy. The Infusion Nurse Practitioner will provide direct patient care in compliance with professional practice and clinic standards. The Infusion Nurse Practitioner will promote a collaborative, interdisciplinary approach towards patients, families, and all members of the care delivery team. The Infusion Nurse Practitioner may also participate in quality management activities to positively affect patient and system outcomes to improve care.

The position is a PRN position with some flexibility to schedule around an individual’s availability. The Company is open to considering individuals who would like to retain a full- time or part-time nursing role with another health care organization.

POSITION REPORTS TO: Jody Huss, Director of Clinical Operations



  • In collaboration with the Medical Director, assume overall responsibility for patient infusions, diagnostic testing, infusion reactions, orders, and patient follow-up.

  • Manage each infusion drug clinical protocol

  • Ensure that all aspects of regulations/SOPs are always complied

  • Act as a liaison for physicians, pharmaceutical companies, and corporate administrators

  • Oversee processes to ensure competence with accreditation bodies, quality improvement, risk management, and patient safety

  • Identify, assess, and diagnose problems through patient assessment and interactions; evaluate actual or potential patient health problems

  • Educate patients and their caregivers about their medications, potential side effects, administration devices, catheter maintenance, administration of prescribed therapy where indicated, and pre- and post- procedure care


Continuing Education

  • Maintain professional licensure, certification, and health requirements as well as demonstrate clinical competence

  • Keep current on advances in nursing care by participating in educational programs, attending lectures, training sessions, and conferences

  • Participate in the orientation of other nurses or center personnel as requested



  • NP with a minimum of at least 3 years of recent nursing experience in a clinical setting, including at least 1 year of infusion therapy experience preferred

  • Excellent infusion therapy skills, including peripheral IV catheter insertion, care and management of central lines including PICC’s and Port-a-Caths, as well as non-venous access devices

  • Experience working with IVIG and biologics highly desired

  • Basic computer skills; familiar with current EMR systems



  • Master's degree or higher as an adult or family nurse practitioner and certified by a national certifying body

  • Valid Nurse Practitioner license in the State of Ohio

  • Current CPR/BLS certification required



The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Job tasks are performed in close physical proximity to other people. Work is performed in an outpatient infusion suite. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is occasionally exposed to risk of electrical shock, exposure to infectious diseases, and transmission of airborne disease. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

Must have a vehicle in good working condition.

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