Company Background:

Recognizing the changing landscape in the field of long-term and post-acute care, MPAC is among industry leaders in developing an on-site program at nursing and skilled nursing facilities utilizing nurse practitioners, designed to reduce demands on attending physicians, improve efficiency for the facility staff, and manage readmissions rates and eliminate preventable hospitalizations.                                                           

Job Description:

At MPAC we put a focus on collaboration and give our healthcare professionals the support, respect, and responsibility his/her advanced medical degree deserves. This position involves treating patients exclusively at a designated skilled nursing facility. The nature of the position allows the Nurse Practitioner the opportunity to apply his/her medical training across a broad spectrum of clinical areas, thus avoiding the narrow focus of many other medical environments. In addition, the continuity of care is inherent in this setting as the Nurse Practitioner follows each patient through every step of the patient’s recovery. 

Job Requirements:

At MPAC, we’re looking for nurse practitioners with strong interpersonal skills. In addition to providing care for patients in a dedicated facility, the Nurse Practitioner must be able to build trust and rapport with facility personnel and attending physicians. He/she will need to effectively communicate in multiple settings; such as, bedside family consultations, phone calls and texts to physicians, and informal training with nursing staff.


  • A region will be delineated by a geographic area and encompass between 8 and 12 facilities

  • Direct reports will eventually total 8 to 12 providers

  • Responsibilities include:

    • Launch new facilities and implement our program

    • Interview and select candidates

    • Train, transition and manage permanent providers

    • Review volume and acuity metrics for each facility and provide feedback where appropriate

    • Schedule PTO/SICK/CME days in your region and fill in for your staff

    • Maintain relationships with facility Administrators, DON's, Physicians, and Staff

    • Be a resource to the providers in your region

    • Coordinate best practices with other Regionals

  • This position reports to the Director of Clinical Operations



  • Nurse Practitioner License

  • ANCC or AANP Certification

  • Ability to work in the U.S.

  • A great attitude with a desire to deliver the best patient care



  • 5 weeks of paid time off (Including personal, sick, CME & holidays)

  • Full benefits package including health insurance, dental insurance, and 401k

  • Support from MPAC to ensure our clinicians maintain a healthy work/life balance

  • Competitive compensation package

  • Work for a fast growing and fun company that is making a difference in how healthcare is being delivered


If you’re a passionate, self-starting, skilled Nurse Practitioner who thrives in a fast-paced, ever-changing environment, this job is for you. Please submit your resume. We’ll contact you to schedule an interview if your skills meet the requirements.