Pennsylvania Nurse Practitioner Jobs

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Discover Nurse Practitioner Job Opportunities in Pennsylvania

Are you in search of Pennsylvania nurse practitioner (NP) jobs? Welcome to TAG MedStaffing, your gateway to fulfilling careers in Pennsylvania.

Our primary goal as a recruitment partner is to connect skilled healthcare professionals, with organizations in need of your specialized expertise. We facilitate access to both full-time and part-time roles at renowned medical centers and local clinics.

Drawing upon our extensive experience and strong industry connections, we pinpoint promising job opportunities that align with your background, qualifications, and interests. By simplifying the job search process, we empower you to focus on providing compassionate, patient-centered care.

We proudly serve the entire state, including major cities and communities like Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Allentown, Erie, and more.

We invite interested candidates to submit their resume/CV for consideration. Our team will thoroughly evaluate your credentials and experience to match you with suitable positions. If your qualifications meet our requirements, our team will reach out for further communication.

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Nurse Practitioner Specializations in Pennsylvania

Nurse practitioners play a crucial role in Pennsylvania’s healthcare system, committed to providing compassionate and high-quality patient care. Their diverse responsibilities encompass clinical proficiency, patient support, adaptation to changing healthcare landscapes, and leadership in collaborative healthcare teams.

In this specific context, we offer an introduction to the career options available to nurse practitioners in Pennsylvania. This will provide insights into their daily duties and the common certifications required for entry-level positions in this field.

Surgical nurse practitioners are highly skilled healthcare professionals who specialize in providing comprehensive patient care in surgical settings. Their critical responsibilities include:

  • Assisting with surgical procedures and operations.
  • Monitoring patient conditions during surgery.
  • Administering medications and treatments.
  • Providing post-operative care and supporting patient recovery.

Surgical nurse practitioners typically require specialized training and state licensure to excel in surgical environments.

Education and Licensure

  • Completion of a nurse practitioner program with a surgical specialization.
  • State licensure as a surgical nurse practitioner.

Cardiology nurse practitioners are specialized healthcare professionals who focus on the cardiovascular system, providing care and support for patients with heart-related conditions. Their key responsibilities include:

  • Assessing and monitoring cardiac conditions.
  • Recording and maintaining patient cardiac data.
  • Administering heart-related treatments and medications.
  • Scheduling cardiac tests and follow-up appointments.

Cardiology nurse practitioners typically require specialized education and state licensure to provide comprehensive care in cardiology settings.

Education and Licensure

  • Completion of a nurse practitioner program with a focus on cardiology.
  • State licensure as a cardiology nurse practitioner.

Certifying Organization

Chiropractic nurse practitioners are highly specialized healthcare professionals who focus on providing care and support in chiropractic settings. Their responsibilities include:

  • Assisting with chiropractic treatments.
  • Instructing patients in rehabilitative exercises.
  • Performing additional tasks as requested by the treating chiropractor.

Chiropractic nurse practitioners typically require specialized education and certification to practice in chiropractic care settings.

Educational Requirement

  • Completion of a nurse practitioner program with a specialization in chiropractic care.

Clinical nurse practitioners are integral members of healthcare teams in clinical settings. They play a critical role in patient care and support for healthcare professionals. Their specific responsibilities may vary based on the workplace, qualifications, and the patient population they serve. Typical tasks include:

  • Administering patient medications and treatments.
  • Monitoring and recording patient conditions.
  • Assisting doctors and medical staff with patient care.
  • Managing and interpreting lab results.
  • Coordinating patient care and treatments.

Clinical nurse practitioners receive advanced training in specific clinical areas, allowing them to provide comprehensive care. Their role involves direct patient interaction, requiring a profound sense of compassion and strong interpersonal skills.

Education and Licensure

  • Completion of a nurse practitioner program with a focus on clinical care.
  • State licensure as a clinical nurse practitioner.

Pediatric nurse practitioners are highly specialized healthcare professionals who focus on providing patient care and support in pediatric healthcare settings. Their responsibilities include:

  • Assisting pediatricians with patient care.
  • Administering vaccinations and medications to pediatric patients.
  • Recording patient information and medical histories.
  • Comforting and reassuring pediatric patients and their families.

Pediatric nurse practitioners play a crucial role in ensuring the well-being of young patients and providing a supportive environment in pediatric healthcare settings.

Education and Licensure

  • Completion of a nurse practitioner program with a specialization in pediatrics.
  • State licensure as a pediatric nurse practitioner.

Dermatology nurse practitioners are highly specialized healthcare professionals who work alongside dermatologists in medical offices, clinics, or dermatology departments of hospitals. They play a crucial role in the care and treatment of skin conditions. Their responsibilities include:

  • Assisting with dermatological procedures and treatments
  • Documenting patient medical histories and skin conditions
  • Educating patients on skincare and treatment plans
  • Scheduling appointments and follow-ups

Dermatology nurse practitioners often receive specialized training in dermatology procedures and treatments to provide comprehensive care to patients with skin conditions.

Education and Licensure

  • Completion of a nurse practitioner program with a specialization in dermatology
  • State licensure as a dermatology nurse practitioner

Certifying Organization

Podiatric nurse practitioners are highly specialized healthcare professionals who focus on providing patient care in podiatrist offices, with a specialization in foot-related disorders and injuries. Their duties encompass a comprehensive understanding of podiatric medicine and the performance of specialized tasks such as:

  • Making personalized casts of feet
  • Exposing and developing x-rays
  • Assisting the podiatrist in other required ways, possibly in a surgical setting

Podiatric nurse practitioners typically require advanced education and certification in podiatric care to provide comprehensive patient care.

Education and Certification

  • Completion of a nurse practitioner program with a specialization in podiatry
  • State licensure as a podiatric nurse practitioner

Ophthalmologic nurse practitioners contribute to the care of patients with eye-related disorders and injuries in ophthalmologists' offices. Their responsibilities encompass:

  • Providing instructions to patients on contact lens care
  • Assisting in eye surgeries
  • Fulfilling tasks assigned by the ophthalmologist

These nurse practitioners may also work in optometrist offices, primarily handling pre- and post-operative care rather than surgical procedures.

Education and Certification

  • Completion of a nurse practitioner program with a specialization in ophthalmology
  • State licensure as an ophthalmologic nurse practitioner

For those interested in women's healthcare, an obstetric nurse practitioner career may be appealing. This specialized field requires a broad knowledge of care for women of all ages and life stages. Obstetric nurse practitioners are prepared to assist obstetricians and gynecologists in various roles, including:

  • Assisting with routine procedures like Pap smears and exams
  • Aiding in minor gynecological procedures
  • Providing care throughout pregnancy

It's important to note that obstetric nurse practitioners work with women of all ages, not exclusively pregnant patients.

Education and Certification

  • Completion of a nurse practitioner program with a specialization in obstetrics and gynecology
  • State licensure as an obstetric nurse practitioner
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Leaders in Global Nurse Practitioner Trends

At TAG MedStaffing, we understand the heartbeat of the healthcare industry. As a leading healthcare staffing agency, we are at the forefront of research and data analysis.

The chart below visually illustrates the estimiated demand for nurse practitioners, providing you with a deeper insight into the evolving healthcare job market. We take pride in being your trusted source for healthcare staffing trends. For weekly insights into the latest healthcare trends, please explore our blog page.

NP Job Growth Projection (2022 vs. 2031)

Why Is the Demand for Nurse Practitioners Growing in Pennsylvania?

Nurse practitioners play a crucial role in Pennsylvania's healthcare sector, ensuring the well-being of its diverse population and making significant contributions to the state's healthcare system.

Meeting Pennsylvania's Healthcare Needs

Pennsylvania's healthcare landscape is continually evolving, with a growing demand for nurse practitioners. Given the state's diverse population and advanced medical technologies, NPs are essential in delivering high-quality patient care and meeting the ever-increasing demands of the industry.

Addressing Health Challenges in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania has faced various health challenges, and nurse practitioners have been at the forefront, providing critical care, healthcare services, and preventive measures. Their role is pivotal in ensuring the health and safety of the state's residents.

Versatile and Multifaceted

Nurse practitioners possess a versatile skill set that allows them to excel in various healthcare settings, whether it's in primary care, specialty clinics, or community health centers. Their adaptability and expertise make them invaluable members of the diverse healthcare teams serving the people of Pennsylvania.

Pennsylvania’s Top Nurse Practitioner Destination: TAG MedStaffing

As a leading healthcare agency firm, we do more than just observe trends; we shape successful healthcare careers. Our team of experts understands the industry’s intricacies, connecting dedicated professionals with rewarding opportunities. Whether you’re a nurse practitioner aspiring to advance your career or a healthcare facility in search of skilled professionals, we bridge talent with opportunity.

We offer customized staffing solutions tailored to your unique needs, ensuring seamless integration into your healthcare team. TAG MedStaffing is dedicated to upholding the highest standards of quality and professionalism in healthcare staffing.

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Our Services

Temporary Staffing

Bolster your staff during busy periods, to adapt to the higher demand, and scale back when you don’t need the extra help. Leveraging our skilled temporary employees allows you to remain agile depending on demand while benefitting by staying profitable.


Hire an employee on a temporary basis before deciding whether to commit to a full-time employment offer.  Evaluate a candidate for skills, work ethic, and cultural fit, and then transfer them to your payroll if you wish to hire them permanently.

Travel Nursing & Healthcare Staffing

Leverage our extensive network of traveling nurses and healthcare professionals to adapt to seasonal demand, cover staffing gaps, or grow your facility. You'll be able to reduce stress on your existing team by adding skilled travel professionals, all without increasing your full-time headcount.

Direct Hire

If your organization is in need of full time healthcare professionals, TAG MedStaffing can handle sourcing, screening, and credentialing so you find the people you need to fill vital positions – fast.

Executive Search

From Medical Directors to Chief Marketing Officers and other high-level executives, you need the right people in leadership to ensure success at your healthcare facility.  We can discreetly source top talent and present you with a shortlist of qualified candidates, in a timely and structured manner.


Transfer the temporary employees of your choosing onto our payroll system.  Let TAG MedStaffing handle the administrative burden, including tax withholdings, paycheck distribution, workers’ compensation, unemployment, and more.

Contact Our Pennsylvania Nurse Practitioner Recruiting Team

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