Advance Practice Provider – Neurointerventional Radiology

Full-Time M-F Day Shift Only (Benefit Eligible)

No Holidays/Weekends/On-Call

Location:  Abbott Northwestern Hospital

Job Description: This position is an opportunity to work in a well-established neurointerventional practice based at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis. We treat the highest volume of brain aneurysms in the Upper Midwest and provide the highest level of endovascular treatment for acute stroke and other vascular abnormalities of the brain and spine. We also perform a variety of other image-guided neurological procedures.

You will be assisting a group of 3 physicians in caring for neurointerventional patients in both the hospital and clinic (predominantly telehealth) settings. Responsibilities, which revolve around the active care and management of both elective and critically ill patients, include:

  • Perform H&Ps and progress notes, write orders, and develop appropriate care plans.
  • Assist in the direct management of neurological diseases in the clinic and acute hospital settings, where we often address critical neurovascular conditions.
  • Consult and interact with other providers, including our neurology, neurosurgery, hospitalist, and intensive care colleagues.
  • Educate and counsel patients and their families on neurological disease processes and potential treatment options.
  • Manage patient risk factors.
  • Promote safe and efficient workflow by working closely with interventional nurses and techs.
  • Participate in practice development in the context of an interdisciplinary team.
  • Develop and implement patient communication and education materials.
  • Participate in local, regional, and national educational conferences to support evidence-based practice.
  • Assist research team with patients enrolled in clinical trials.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Certified Nurse Practitioner (preferably Family Nurse Practitioner OR Adult-Gerontology Acute Care Nurse Practitioner) or Certified Physician Assistant.
  • 2 years of experience in an inpatient environment with neurological diseases preferred.
  • Strong interpersonal skills with the ability to work well with other providers and staff.
  • Well-developed assessment, problem-solving, and crisis intervention skills.
  • Self-motivated and innovative.