Remote nurse practitioner jobs Pennsylvania

Find work opportunities and resources for remote nurse practitioners in Pennsylvania.

Nurse Practitioner

Company Details:

Well known company offering virtual primary and urgent care treatment for non-emergency conditions as well as front-line care navigation and triage.

Patient Type & Treatment Areas:

  • Adult and pediatric patients
  • Treatment areas include behavioral health, sexual health, or care targeting a range of common chronic conditions

Modality: Synchronous consults (video)

States: PA, SC, NJ, MD, MN, DC, OH, GA, KY, LA, RI

License Types: Nurse Practitioners

Hours of Operation: Monday - Sunday, 24 hours a day

*You are not required to be available during all operating hours.

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Nurse Practitioner

Company details:

Well-known virtual care provider increasing access to high-quality healthcare. This company provides primary care services such as UTI, birth control, sinusitis, erectile dysfunction, and similar treatment areas.

Patient Type & Treatment Areas:

  • Treatment areas include UTI, birth control, sinusitis, erectile dysfunction

Modality: Asynchronous (chat) and synchronous (video) consults

States: All 50 states

License Types: Nurse Practitioners

Hours of Operation: Monday - Friday from 7am - 4pm PST, Saturday - Sunday 8am - 1pm PST

*You are not required to be available during all operating hours.

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Nurse Practitioner

Company details:

A well-known food, home, snack, and drink delivery service expanding into pharmacy delivery. In this role, you will be a part of their virtual care platform offering and prescribe primary care services like erectile dysfunction, acne, and birth control.

Patient Type & Treatment Areas:

  • Treatment areas include erectile dysfunction, acne, and birth control

Modality: Asynchronous consults (chat)

States: PA

License Types: Nurse Practitioners

Hours of Operation: Monday - Sunday from 7am - 11pm patient local time

*You are not required to be available during all operating hours.

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Requirements for Remote Nurse Practitioners in Pennsylvania

All prospective remote nurse practitioners must first become registered nurses by completing the Pennsylvania Board of Nursing’s requirements. Once licensed as an RN, you can become a nurse practitioner after completing the following:

  • Education: Master’s degree, postmaster’s nurse practitioner program, or another program approved or considered equivalent by the Board of Nursing. Additionally, you must complete 3 hours of continuing education, approved by the Board of Nursing, in child abuse recognition and reporting.
  • Experience: 500 clinical hours. If providing care to multiple age groups or in multiple care settings, more clinical hours are required depending on the specialty. This requirement can be met through clinical hours obtained during your degree.
  • Certification: National certifications that reflect your chosen nursing specializations.
  • Fee: For applicants educated in-state there is a $100 fee. The fee is $140 fee for applicants educated outside Pennsylvania

Fieldwork, degrees, fees, and examinations may vary depending on the selected specialization, which include (but are not limited to): psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner (PMHNP), family nurse practitioner, and mental health nurse practitioner.

How To Become a Remote Nurse Practitioner in Pennsylvania

The first step to becoming a telehealth nurse practitioner in Pennsylvania is to make sure you have the proper credentials as outlined above. And the state is expected to become even more attractive to NPs over the years due to the aging population. As noted in one study of the state’s population, those aged 65 and older will likely account for 23 percent of the total population by 2040—up from 15 percent in 2010.

As a full-time nurse practitioner, you have many options ahead of you for work. And if you’re interested in opportunities as a remote nurse practitioner (also referred to as a telemedicine nurse practitioner) or work-at-home nurse practitioner, here’s what you should know about these roles first:

  • Work-from-home nurse practitioner or remote nurse practitioner: These licensed nurse practitioners can live outside the area of the healthcare provider’s institution in which they work. There may be some on-site work at a medical center, but you will mostly telecommute.
  • Additional training: The standard of patient care in telehealth is the same as in-person care, and there is no state-mandated training specific to virtual care. However, telemedicine companies often provide training to educate clinicians on how to use relevant technology and platforms, as well as best practices for good bedside manner.
  • Necessary documentation: When applying for remote jobs, be sure to update your resume and provide appropriate documentation showing your education and credentials.

Telehealth companies often post open positions on job posting sites like Indeed, ZipRecruiter, Glassdoor, and LinkedIn, so this is a great place to start looking for virtual care opportunities. Wheel matches clinicians with virtual care opportunities and has a variety of positions available for NPs in Pennsylvania.

How Wheel Works

With Wheel, we make it simple for you to work with as many virtual care companies as you want, giving you the diversity of conditions and treatment areas you would experience in a clinic setting — without the hassle of finding the partners yourself. Plug into our clinical network and we’ll show you how easy it can be.

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Simple credentialing & training

Once you’ve completed the application process and identified your collaborating physician, we’ll partner to complete one-time telemedicine credentialing, Webside Manner training, and clinical protocol education for the telehealth opportunities that interest you.

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Start matching

Based on your interests and experience, we'll start matching you with remote care opportunities with a variety of partners — providing everything from remote patient monitoring to virtual diagnosis and treatment.

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Get to work!

Start providing care on your terms — work anywhere, anytime, on your schedule. With the best telehealth positions available nationwide, you’re in the driver’s seat.

Why Wheel?

Work remotely on your schedule

Design your clinical practice around your life without over-committing to shifts that don’t meet your needs. You design the schedule that works for you.

A variety of care opportunities

With Wheel, we make it simple for you to work with as many virtual care companies as you want, giving you the diversity of conditions and treatment areas you would experience in a clinic setting.

Virtual care made simple

Avoid the hassle of juggling telehealth companies yourself. WIth Wheel, you have one schedule, one contract, and one credentialing process. It’s that easy.

Join the team today!

See clients from the comfort of your home, while choosing from a network of telehealth organizations that best fit your needs.

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