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Hello lovely readers and medics, we are glad to bring to you the latest ongoing nursing job recruitment. Just read below and know the criteria that qualifies you for this great opportunity.
Registered Nurse – Outpatient Urology Clinic – Maywood
Type of business
A rotating shift
Description: No holidays, no days off, no calls
Three hours, 4 days per week preferred
No Urology experience is required to prepare for procedures and clinical visits
- Job Responsibility
Patient Assessment – Tasks in a patient-advocate role by being the initial point of contact for patient-related issues. Interpret and follow the doctor’s orders by administering medication and carrying out/ordering and testing the treatment directed by the doctor (Magnet Force 1212). Recognizes symptoms and sets priorities in accordance with the patient’s condition (Magnetic Force #9). Documents the patient’s physical and emotional status and incorporates it into a care plan to meet the patient’s needs (Magnet Force #5,6).
Patient care – Reviews and evaluates the care plan, obtains information from the patient and/or family, and incorporates it into the care plan as needed (Magnet Force #2,6). The multidisciplinary team collaborates with the patient and family to provide effective patient care (Magnet Force #10,11,13). Provide for the physical, cultural, and psychosocial needs of patients and families. Integrate evidence-based practice and professional standards wherever possible. Become a champion for patient safety by consistently monitoring and controlling the clinical environment and ensuring safety goals and standards are met when care is delivered in practice settings.
Communication – Completes necessary paperwork and communicates competently and effectively to meet patient and/or family needs and regulatory requirements. Protect the confidentiality of patient’s personal health information (PHI) (Magnet Force #3,8,13).
Workflow – Assists in the day-to-day supervision of other clinical staff (nursing and other non-nursing staff) when directed by the manager to improve workflow in the practice. Provide feedback to management when asked about the job-related skills of unlicensed employees. Act as a mentor and mentor for new employees and ongoing resources for non-licensed or unlicensed nursing staff. Flexible with clinical site work assignments to provide an appropriate environment to meet staff and patient care needs.
Quality improvement – effectively using time and resources to improve quality and cost outcomes. Participate in specific and divisional quality projects and initiatives. Function as a clinical expert by communicating patient-related problems and issues directly to managers and medical directors. Play an active role in site preparation and compliance with guidelines and standards set by regulatory agencies (ie, Illinois Department of Public Health)Magnet Force #1,7). Billing and Billing – Ensure the accuracy of patient billing and properly guide patients with billing issues or certification needs. Nurses
Liaison – Handles patient-to-nurse calls and seeks input in accordance with directions from the doctor or works from a signed protocol if available. Call placement with appropriate interventions
Professional Development Work – Demonstrates responsibility for professional development and performance. (Magnetic Force 4.14).
Required: Bachelor’s degree
Define Degree: Nurse Practitioner
Required: Less than one year of previous work related experience
Preferred: 1-2 years of previous work related experience
License / Certification:
Basic Life Support (CPR)
Nurse Practitioner – Current Illinois Registered Nurse License
Other: Professional certification in a clinical or functional area of nursing issued by the National Board of Nursing is preferred.
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