A neonatology Nurse Practitioner is a registered professional nurse who is prepared at the graduate level in nursing to assume a role as a principle provider of primary health care for newborns/infants and their families. A neonatology Nurse Practitioner uses the nursing process to provide direct and indirect nursing services to newborns/infants and their families in the specific areas of health promotion, health maintenance, and health restoration. This practice depends on previous nursing knowledge and skill and includes case management, client advocacy, and collaboration with other health professionals. A neonatology Nurse Practitioner promotes the psychosocial, physical, and development well being of the newborn/infant and family. A neonatology Nurse Practitioner also provides leadership in addressing health care trends and issues, professional issues, and role development. Position will require being on-call.