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Pediatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP)

The Cleveland Children’s Clinic is seeking to hire immediately a Mid-level provider with certification as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner or Physician Assistant.  Preference will be given to applicants who have completed a program with emphasis on pediatrics and/or have experienced working with patients from birth to age 21. Pediatric Nurse Practitioners with prior experience working in the newborn nursery as an RN at a hospital or pediatric clinics are encouraged to apply.

Cleveland Children’s Clinic has been serving patients in Cleveland and surrounding communities since August 2016.  We are a mission driven organization and committed to providing high quality, evidence-based, and technology-integrated medical care to improve the health and well-being of all children in partnership with their family and the community.  At the Cleveland Children's Clinic, we always strive to meet our patients’ needs by providing needed services in a friendly, comfortable, professional, fun, and efficient atmosphere for an excellent healthcare experience, every time. 

If you are committed to providing evidence-based care and genuinely love working with babies, kids, adolescent, young adults and their families, this opportunity might be just for you.  Our culture is one of kindness, integrity, dignity and safety. We love to go above and beyond to meet our patients’ needs and improve healthcare in our community and beyond. 

We are expanding into additional space here in Cleveland to continue proving access to reliable quality care in our small town and surrounding areas.  Patients and their families have come to rely on us as a trusted partner in meeting their healthcare needs without the need to leave town.  Our Pediatrician and Medical Director, Dr. Nohemie Brevil, is board certified and is a fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, the premier organization and authority on children’s healthcare.  She brings a wealth of experience and expertise to Cleveland from her previous assignments at Sinai Children’s hospital in Chicago, LeBonheur Children’s Hospital in Memphis, and helping to improve healthcare in the Delta since 2014.

Cleveland is home to Delta State University (DSU) which has been a bright light in our community. DSU offers variety of programs beneficial to the community from gymnastics, arts, and swimming classes, to various recreational and educational camps for kids, to major productions in our Bologna Performing Arts Center and sporting events. Additionally, you never have to worry about traffic.  If you are mission-minded and would like to make a difference in improving healthcare in a medically underserve area like Cleveland and the Mississippi Delta, this might just be the right opportunity for you.

Competitive compensation and student loan repayment assistance are available for this position. Interested candidates may reach out to:

Jose Brevil, EdD

Executive Director | Cleveland Children’s Clinic
662.579.3441 |

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