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Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full time LPN-Clinic for our Franciscan Occupational Medicine Clinic at the Port Clinic in Fife, WA. This clinic is a fast paced occ med clinic with a team environment. This position is only Monday through Friday with no weekends or organizationally recognized holidays required. JOB SUMMARY  This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy.  An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff.  Work also includes participating in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care.  An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered. Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public.  If assigned to the centralized FMG Float Pool, an incumbent provides patient care services to the assigned clinic/work unit as needed to meeting staffing needs.  *LPN-Clinic Specialty title applies only to employees assigned to the VM OB Clinic.   ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  - Prepares patients for practitioner visit; rooms patients, obtains and records vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem; chaperones and documents the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Performs, or assists with, patient care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training/scope of licensure and established procedures; follows triage standing orders/protocols for routine nursing situations and refers complex, urgent or emergent situations to an RN or provider. - Assists with point of care testing (CLIA-Waived Tests only)/lab tests following established protocols/instructions. - Administers patient medications per written provider order; tracks and logs medication usage per established policies; inventories counts of controlled substances. - Documents procedures and interactions in patient’s medical record in accordance with established procedures; enters, pends and signs orders as appropriate. - Organizes exam rooms, including general cleaning, upkeep and re-stocking of supplies; prepares, cleans and sterilize instruments and maintains related equipment. - Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for /effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services.  Patient Population Served:  Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2020-119330
Department
Occupational Health
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full-time Clinic LPN for the Franciscan Orthopedic Associates in Enumclaw. Team-oriented group of surgeons and staff. Free onsite parking and no weekends or major holidays required!   Job Summary: This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy. An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff. Work also includes participating in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care. An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered.Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public.   Essential Duties: - Prepares patients for practitioner visit; rooms patients, obtains and records vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem; chaperones and documents the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Collects patient information through telephone and in-person contact; screens, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately. - Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. - Manages patient flow ensuring enough time for patient and family education. - Performs, or assists with, patient care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training/scope of licensure and established procedures; follows triage standing orders/protocols for routine nursing situations and refers complex, urgent or emergent situations to an RN or provider. - Instructs patients in the collection of samples and other tests; ensures that patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. - Under supervision of the practitioner, informs patients of lab results, calls in prescriptions to pharmacies and returns practitioners’ phone messages. - Performs a variety of patient assessment/care tests (e.g. EKG, Spirometry, vision/hearing screening, peak flow, color blindness, etc) in accordance with established protocols. - Performs simple wound care and dressing changes under direct supervision of RN or provider; removes sutures or staples after wound assessment by RN/Provider. - Inserts and/or removes tubes, drains, urinary catheters; applies simple splints/braces. - Assists RN or provider in complex nursing care situations. - Assists with point of care testing (CLIA-Waived Tests only)/lab tests following established protocols/instructions. - Obtains samples for point of care tests including swabs and urine/stool; performs venipuncture to obtain venous blood samples. - Performs POCT testing, following package insert instructions, and documents results (e.g. urinalysis, flu, RSV, Homoccult, Mono, H. Pylori, Hemoglobin, etc). - Documents daily ambient, refrigerator/freezer temperatures and humidity levels for medication storage; follows established protocols if variation from standard range. - Administers patient medications per written provider order; tracks and logs medication usage per established policies; inventories counts of controlled substances. - Under supervision of practitioner or nurse supervisor, administer approved medications (e.g. legend drugs, vaccines and schedule III-V controlled substances) via oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular or intradermal routes; administers IV fluids under the supervision of RN/Provider; performs installation of fluids or medications into bladder via catheter.  - Administers drops, topical ointments/pastes/creams and/or nebulizer treatments. - Documents procedures and interactions in patient’s medical record in accordance with established procedures; enters, pends and signs orders as appropriate. - Responds to patient telephone calls using approved protocols, ensuring documentation of phone call meets standards. - Takes verbal orders from a provider (in person or over the phone) and ensures orders are signed off in accordance with established procedures. - Processes and documents patient prescription refills. - Organizes exam rooms, including general cleaning, upkeep and re-stocking of supplies; prepares, cleans and sterilize instruments and maintains related equipment.  - Anticipates Practitioner's needs for available medications, supplies and equipment for patient exams.  - Sets up proper equipment for specific clinic-based procedures. - Cleans, leak tests and disinfects endoscopes and endocavity probes according to manufacturer’s directions; wraps, cleans and autoclaves instruments. - Disposes of contaminated items according to Franciscan Medical Group Exposure Control Plan. - Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for/effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services. Patient Population Served: Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2020-132851
Department
Orthopedics
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-ENUMCLAW
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full time Clinic LPN for our Franciscan Medical Clinic in Gig Harbor, WA. Looking for a team oriented, flexible LPN with strong ability to multitask and support a busy physician practice. No weekend, nights or organizationally recognized holidays required. Aptitude for providing excellent patient care and anticipating needs of physician and patients.  JOB SUMMARY  This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy.  An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff.  Work also includes participating in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care.  An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered. Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public.  If assigned to the centralized FMG Float Pool, an incumbent provides patient care services to the assigned clinic/work unit as needed to meeting staffing needs.  *LPN-Clinic Specialty title applies only to employees assigned to the VM OB Clinic.   ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  - Prepares patients for practitioner visit; rooms patients, obtains and records vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem; chaperones and documents the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Performs, or assists with, patient care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training/scope of licensure and established procedures; follows triage standing orders/protocols for routine nursing situations and refers complex, urgent or emergent situations to an RN or provider. - Assists with point of care testing (CLIA-Waived Tests only)/lab tests following established protocols/instructions. - Administers patient medications per written provider order; tracks and logs medication usage per established policies; inventories counts of controlled substances. - Documents procedures and interactions in patient’s medical record in accordance with established procedures; enters, pends and signs orders as appropriate. - Organizes exam rooms, including general cleaning, upkeep and re-stocking of supplies; prepares, cleans and sterilize instruments and maintains related equipment. - Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for /effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services.  Patient Population Served:  Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2020-129466
Department
Family Care
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-GIG HARBOR
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full time Clinic LPN for our Franciscan Medical Clinic at our Pearl Street Primary Care Clinic. This position is Monday through Friday with no weekends, nights or oganizationally recognized holidays required!   Job Summary: - Provides care and support to patients under the direction of the physician and/or mid-level provider. Contributes to the planning and delivery of patient focused care. Essential Job Duties: - Greet and prepare patients for practitioner. Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. Obtain and record vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem. - Screens, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately.Manage patient flow ensuring enough time for patient and family education. - Assist with diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training and established procedures to include IV starts and blood draws with appropriate certification. Ensure patient privacy and comfort during the exam; instruct patients in the collection of samples and other tests. Ensure that patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. - Document procedures and interactions in patient’s medical record. Prepare, clean and sterilize instruments and maintain equipment; keep patient exam rooms clean and orderly; dispose of contaminated items according to Franciscan Medical Group Exposure Control Plan; anticipate Practitioner's needs for medications, supplies and equipment and plan accordingly. - Actively participate in continuing education, meetings, and participates with committees as requested. Participants in professional development activities and maintains professional affiliations. - Under supervision of the practitioner, inform patients of lab results, call in prescriptions to pharmacies and return practitioners’ phone messages. Respond to patient telephone call using approved protocols, ensuring documentation of phone call meets standards. - Under supervision of practitioner or nurse supervisor, administer approved medications via oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular or intradermal routes. Additional Duties: - Exhibits and adheres to CHI Franciscan Health’s Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.
Job ID
2020-113018
Department
Family Care
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full time Clinic LPN for our Franciscan Prompt Care at Pt. Fosdick in Gig Harbor, WA. We are looking for an energetic, compassionate and detail oriented person to work in a fast paced environment that is patient care focused. Every other weekend required. Some holidays may also be required.  JOB SUMMARY  This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy.  An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff.  Work also includes participating in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care.  An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered. Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public.  ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  - Prepares patients for practitioner visit; rooms patients, obtains and records vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem; chaperones and documents the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Performs, or assists with, patient care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training/scope of licensure and established procedures; follows triage standing orders/protocols for routine nursing situations and refers complex, urgent or emergent situations to an RN or provider. - Assists with point of care testing (CLIA-Waived Tests only)/lab tests following established protocols/instructions. - Administers patient medications per written provider order; tracks and logs medication usage per established policies; inventories counts of controlled substances. - Documents procedures and interactions in patient’s medical record in accordance with established procedures; enters, pends and signs orders as appropriate. - Organizes exam rooms, including general cleaning, upkeep and re-stocking of supplies; prepares, cleans and sterilize instruments and maintains related equipment. - Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for /effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services.  Patient Population Served:  Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2020-129952
Department
Urgent Care Center
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-GIG HARBOR
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a part time (0.7FTE) Clinic LPN for our Franciscan Prompt Care at Pt. Fosdick in Gig Harbor, WA!  We are looking for an energetic, compassionate and detail oriented person looking for a fast paced environment to be part of our the Prompt Care team. Occasional Weekends and some holidays required.  This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy.  An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff.  Work also includes participating in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care.  An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered. Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public.    ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  - Prepares patients for practitioner visit; rooms patients, obtains and records vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem; chaperones and documents the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Performs, or assists with, patient care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training/scope of licensure and established procedures; follows triage standing orders/protocols for routine nursing situations and refers complex, urgent or emergent situations to an RN or provider. - Assists with point of care testing (CLIA-Waived Tests only)/lab tests following established protocols/instructions. - Administers patient medications per written provider order; tracks and logs medication usage per established policies; inventories counts of controlled substances. - Documents procedures and interactions in patient’s medical record in accordance with established procedures; enters, pends and signs orders as appropriate. - Organizes exam rooms, including general cleaning, upkeep and re-stocking of supplies; prepares, cleans and sterilize instruments and maintains related equipment. - Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for /effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services.  Patient Population Served:  Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2020-126693
Department
Urgent Care Center
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Part Time
Location
WA-GIG HARBOR
Job Summary: This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy. An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff. Work also includes participating in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care. An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered.Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public.   Essential Duties: - Prepares patients for practitioner visit; rooms patients, obtains and records vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem; chaperones and documents the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Collects patient information through telephone and in-person contact; screens, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately. - Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. - Manages patient flow ensuring enough time for patient and family education. - Performs, or assists with, patient care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training/scope of licensure and established procedures; follows triage standing orders/protocols for routine nursing situations and refers complex, urgent or emergent situations to an RN or provider. - Instructs patients in the collection of samples and other tests; ensures that patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. - Under supervision of the practitioner, informs patients of lab results, calls in prescriptions to pharmacies and returns practitioners’ phone messages. - Performs a variety of patient assessment/care tests (e.g. EKG, Spirometry, vision/hearing screening, peak flow, color blindness, etc) in accordance with established protocols. - Performs simple wound care and dressing changes under direct supervision of RN or provider; removes sutures or staples after wound assessment by RN/Provider. - Inserts and/or removes tubes, drains, urinary catheters; applies simple splints/braces. - Assists RN or provider in complex nursing care situations. - Assists with point of care testing (CLIA-Waived Tests only)/lab tests following established protocols/instructions. - Obtains samples for point of care tests including swabs and urine/stool; performs venipuncture to obtain venous blood samples. - Performs POCT testing, following package insert instructions, and documents results (e.g. urinalysis, flu, RSV, Homoccult, Mono, H. Pylori, Hemoglobin, etc). - Documents daily ambient, refrigerator/freezer temperatures and humidity levels for medication storage; follows established protocols if variation from standard range. - Administers patient medications per written provider order; tracks and logs medication usage per established policies; inventories counts of controlled substances.
Job ID
2020-129456
Department
Urgent Care Center
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-PUYALLUP
Job Summary: This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy. An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff. Work also includes participating in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care. An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered.Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public.   Essential Duties: - Prepares patients for practitioner visit; rooms patients, obtains and records vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem; chaperones and documents the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Collects patient information through telephone and in-person contact; screens, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately. - Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. - Manages patient flow ensuring enough time for patient and family education. - Performs, or assists with, patient care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training/scope of licensure and established procedures; follows triage standing orders/protocols for routine nursing situations and refers complex, urgent or emergent situations to an RN or provider. - Instructs patients in the collection of samples and other tests; ensures that patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. - Under supervision of the practitioner, informs patients of lab results, calls in prescriptions to pharmacies and returns practitioners’ phone messages. - Performs a variety of patient assessment/care tests (e.g. EKG, Spirometry, vision/hearing screening, peak flow, color blindness, etc) in accordance with established protocols. - Performs simple wound care and dressing changes under direct supervision of RN or provider; removes sutures or staples after wound assessment by RN/Provider. - Inserts and/or removes tubes, drains, urinary catheters; applies simple splints/braces. - Assists RN or provider in complex nursing care situations. - Assists with point of care testing (CLIA-Waived Tests only)/lab tests following established protocols/instructions. - Obtains samples for point of care tests including swabs and urine/stool; performs venipuncture to obtain venous blood samples. - Performs POCT testing, following package insert instructions, and documents results (e.g. urinalysis, flu, RSV, Homoccult, Mono, H. Pylori, Hemoglobin, etc). - Documents daily ambient, refrigerator/freezer temperatures and humidity levels for medication storage; follows established protocols if variation from standard range. - Administers patient medications per written provider order; tracks and logs medication usage per established policies; inventories counts of controlled substances. - Under supervision of practitioner or nurse supervisor, administer approved medications (e.g. legend drugs, vaccines and schedule III-V controlled substances) via oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular or intradermal routes; administers IV fluids under the supervision of RN/Provider; performs installation of fluids or medications into bladder via catheter.  - Administers drops, topical ointments/pastes/creams and/or nebulizer treatments. - Documents procedures and interactions in patient’s medical record in accordance with established procedures; enters, pends and signs orders as appropriate. - Responds to patient telephone calls using approved protocols, ensuring documentation of phone call meets standards. - Takes verbal orders from a provider (in person or over the phone) and ensures orders are signed off in accordance with established procedures. - Processes and documents patient prescription refills. - Organizes exam rooms, including general cleaning, upkeep and re-stocking of supplies; prepares, cleans and sterilize instruments and maintains related equipment.  - Anticipates Practitioner's needs for available medications, supplies and equipment for patient exams.  - Sets up proper equipment for specific clinic-based procedures. - Cleans, leak tests and disinfects endoscopes and endocavity probes according to manufacturer’s directions; wraps, cleans and autoclaves instruments. - Disposes of contaminated items according to Franciscan Medical Group Exposure Control Plan. - Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for/effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services. Patient Population Served: Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. Performs related duties as required.  
Job ID
2020-135959
Department
Pulmonary Function Services
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-POULSBO
Francsican Medical Group is currently seeking a full time Clinic LPN for our Franciscan Rheumatology Associates in Gig Harbor, WA!  Team based environment with several specialties, sub specialties and varied practices. Day shift with no weekends, nights or organizationally recognized holidays required.   JOB SUMMARY  This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy.  An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff.  Work also includes participating in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care.  An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered. Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public.  If assigned to the centralized FMG Float Pool, an incumbent provides patient care services to the assigned clinic/work unit as needed to meeting staffing needs.  *LPN-Clinic Specialty title applies only to employees assigned to the VM OB Clinic.   ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  - Prepares patients for practitioner visit; rooms patients, obtains and records vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem; chaperones and documents the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Performs, or assists with, patient care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training/scope of licensure and established procedures; follows triage standing orders/protocols for routine nursing situations and refers complex, urgent or emergent situations to an RN or provider. - Assists with point of care testing (CLIA-Waived Tests only)/lab tests following established protocols/instructions. - Administers patient medications per written provider order; tracks and logs medication usage per established policies; inventories counts of controlled substances. - Documents procedures and interactions in patient’s medical record in accordance with established procedures; enters, pends and signs orders as appropriate. - Organizes exam rooms, including general cleaning, upkeep and re-stocking of supplies; prepares, cleans and sterilize instruments and maintains related equipment. - Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for /effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services.  Patient Population Served:  Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2020-123857
Department
Rheumatology
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-GIG HARBOR
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a per diem Clinic LPN for the fast-paced Franciscan Urology Clinic in Tacoma. Free parking, strong team environment and no weekends or major holidays required.   Job Summary: This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy. An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff. Work also includes participating in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care. An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered.Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public.   Essential Duties: - Prepares patients for practitioner visit; rooms patients, obtains and records vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem; chaperones and documents the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Collects patient information through telephone and in-person contact; screens, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately. - Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. - Manages patient flow ensuring enough time for patient and family education. - Performs, or assists with, patient care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training/scope of licensure and established procedures; follows triage standing orders/protocols for routine nursing situations and refers complex, urgent or emergent situations to an RN or provider. - Instructs patients in the collection of samples and other tests; ensures that patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. - Under supervision of the practitioner, informs patients of lab results, calls in prescriptions to pharmacies and returns practitioners’ phone messages. - Performs a variety of patient assessment/care tests (e.g. EKG, Spirometry, vision/hearing screening, peak flow, color blindness, etc) in accordance with established protocols. - Performs simple wound care and dressing changes under direct supervision of RN or provider; removes sutures or staples after wound assessment by RN/Provider. - Inserts and/or removes tubes, drains, urinary catheters; applies simple splints/braces. - Assists RN or provider in complex nursing care situations. - Assists with point of care testing (CLIA-Waived Tests only)/lab tests following established protocols/instructions. - Obtains samples for point of care tests including swabs and urine/stool; performs venipuncture to obtain venous blood samples. - Performs POCT testing, following package insert instructions, and documents results (e.g. urinalysis, flu, RSV, Homoccult, Mono, H. Pylori, Hemoglobin, etc). - Documents daily ambient, refrigerator/freezer temperatures and humidity levels for medication storage; follows established protocols if variation from standard range. - Administers patient medications per written provider order; tracks and logs medication usage per established policies; inventories counts of controlled substances. - Under supervision of practitioner or nurse supervisor, administer approved medications (e.g. legend drugs, vaccines and schedule III-V controlled substances) via oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular or intradermal routes; administers IV fluids under the supervision of RN/Provider; performs installation of fluids or medications into bladder via catheter.  - Administers drops, topical ointments/pastes/creams and/or nebulizer treatments. - Documents procedures and interactions in patient’s medical record in accordance with established procedures; enters, pends and signs orders as appropriate. - Responds to patient telephone calls using approved protocols, ensuring documentation of phone call meets standards. - Takes verbal orders from a provider (in person or over the phone) and ensures orders are signed off in accordance with established procedures. - Processes and documents patient prescription refills. - Organizes exam rooms, including general cleaning, upkeep and re-stocking of supplies; prepares, cleans and sterilize instruments and maintains related equipment.  - Anticipates Practitioner's needs for available medications, supplies and equipment for patient exams.  - Sets up proper equipment for specific clinic-based procedures. - Cleans, leak tests and disinfects endoscopes and endocavity probes according to manufacturer’s directions; wraps, cleans and autoclaves instruments. - Disposes of contaminated items according to Franciscan Medical Group Exposure Control Plan. - Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for/effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services. Patient Population Served: Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2020-133833
Department
Urology
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-TACOMA
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a new Clinic LPN for our Franciscan Urology Associates at St. Joseph in Tacoma, WA. This position is fast paced and procedure based. No weekends, nights or organizationally recognized holidays required.  JOB SUMMARY  This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy.  An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff.  Work also includes participating in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care.  An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered. Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public.  If assigned to the centralized FMG Float Pool, an incumbent provides patient care services to the assigned clinic/work unit as needed to meeting staffing needs.  *LPN-Clinic Specialty title applies only to employees assigned to the VM OB Clinic.   ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  - Prepares patients for practitioner visit; rooms patients, obtains and records vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem; chaperones and documents the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Performs, or assists with, patient care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training/scope of licensure and established procedures; follows triage standing orders/protocols for routine nursing situations and refers complex, urgent or emergent situations to an RN or provider. - Assists with point of care testing (CLIA-Waived Tests only)/lab tests following established protocols/instructions. - Administers patient medications per written provider order; tracks and logs medication usage per established policies; inventories counts of controlled substances. - Documents procedures and interactions in patient’s medical record in accordance with established procedures; enters, pends and signs orders as appropriate. - Organizes exam rooms, including general cleaning, upkeep and re-stocking of supplies; prepares, cleans and sterilize instruments and maintains related equipment. - Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for /effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services.  Patient Population Served:  Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. Performs related duties as required.  
Job ID
2020-131920
Department
Urology
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
Job Summary: Provides care and support to patients under the direction of the physician and/or mid-level provider. Contributes to the planning and delivery of patient focused care.   Essential Job Duties: - Greet and prepare patients for practitioner. Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. Obtain and record vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem. - Screens, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately. - Manage patient flow ensuring enough time for patient and family education. - Assist with diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training and established procedures to include IV starts and blood draws with appropriate certification. Ensure patient privacy and comfort during the exam; instruct patients in the collection of samples and other tests. Ensure that patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. - Document procedures and interactions in patient’s medical record. - Prepare, clean and sterilize instruments and maintain equipment; keep patient exam rooms clean and orderly; dispose of contaminated items according to - Franciscan Medical Group Exposure Control Plan; anticipate Practitioner's needs for medications, supplies and equipment and plan accordingly. - Actively participate in continuing education, meetings, and participates with committees as requested. Participants in professional development activities and maintains professional affiliations. - Under supervision of the practitioner, inform patients of lab results, call in prescriptions to pharmacies and return practitioners’ phone messages. Respond to patient telephone call using approved protocols, ensuring documentation of phone call meets standards. - Under supervision of practitioner or nurse supervisor, administer approved medications via oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular or intradermal routes.
Job ID
2020-126364
Department
Cardiovascular Diagnostics
Facility
CHI Franciscan St. Joseph Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full time LPN-Clinic for our Franciscan Women's Health Associates in Burien, WA. Be part of a supportive, fun, cohesive team in an exciting specialty! Desirable 4 - day workweek! JOB SUMMARY  This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy.  An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff.  Work also includes participating in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care.  An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered. Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public.  If assigned to the centralized FMG Float Pool, an incumbent provides patient care services to the assigned clinic/work unit as needed to meeting staffing needs.  *LPN-Clinic Specialty title applies only to employees assigned to the VM OB Clinic.   ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  - Prepares patients for practitioner visit; rooms patients, obtains and records vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem; chaperones and documents the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Performs, or assists with, patient care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training/scope of licensure and established procedures; follows triage standing orders/protocols for routine nursing situations and refers complex, urgent or emergent situations to an RN or provider. - Assists with point of care testing (CLIA-Waived Tests only)/lab tests following established protocols/instructions. - Administers patient medications per written provider order; tracks and logs medication usage per established policies; inventories counts of controlled substances. - Documents procedures and interactions in patient’s medical record in accordance with established procedures; enters, pends and signs orders as appropriate. - Organizes exam rooms, including general cleaning, upkeep and re-stocking of supplies; prepares, cleans and sterilize instruments and maintains related equipment. - Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for /effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services.  Patient Population Served:  Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2020-127428
Department
Women's Health Services Clinic
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-BURIEN
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full time Clinic LPN for our Franciscan Women's Health Associates in Tacoma, WA. This is an exciting opportunity to support our physicians and midwives at Women's Health. Our clinic is looking for a LPN with a passion for Women's Health and strong customer service skills to join our team. Four 10 hour day shifts, variable days depending on the provider's schedule. No weekends or nights or organizationally recognized holidays required! JOB SUMMARY  This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy.  An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff.  Work also includes participating in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care.  An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered. Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public.  If assigned to the centralized FMG Float Pool, an incumbent provides patient care services to the assigned clinic/work unit as needed to meeting staffing needs.  *LPN-Clinic Specialty title applies only to employees assigned to the VM OB Clinic.   ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:  - Prepares patients for practitioner visit; rooms patients, obtains and records vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem; chaperones and documents the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Performs, or assists with, patient care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training/scope of licensure and established procedures; follows triage standing orders/protocols for routine nursing situations and refers complex, urgent or emergent situations to an RN or provider. - Assists with point of care testing (CLIA-Waived Tests only)/lab tests following established protocols/instructions. - Administers patient medications per written provider order; tracks and logs medication usage per established policies; inventories counts of controlled substances. - Documents procedures and interactions in patient’s medical record in accordance with established procedures; enters, pends and signs orders as appropriate. - Organizes exam rooms, including general cleaning, upkeep and re-stocking of supplies; prepares, cleans and sterilize instruments and maintains related equipment. - Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for /effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services.  Patient Population Served:  Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2020-130651
Department
Women's Health Services Clinic
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a full-time Clinic LPN for the Franciscan Women's Health (CHI Franciscan/Virginia Mason Joint Venture) in downtown Seattle. This is an exciting opportunity to become a part of a newer start up practice and help build strategy. Monday through Friday schedule and no weeknds or major holidays required!   Job Summary: This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy. An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff. Work also includes participating in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care. An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered.Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public.   Essential Duties: - Prepares patients for practitioner visit; rooms patients, obtains and records vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem; chaperones and documents the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Collects patient information through telephone and in-person contact; screens, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately. - Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. - Manages patient flow ensuring enough time for patient and family education. - Performs, or assists with, patient care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training/scope of licensure and established procedures; follows triage standing orders/protocols for routine nursing situations and refers complex, urgent or emergent situations to an RN or provider. - Instructs patients in the collection of samples and other tests; ensures that patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. - Under supervision of the practitioner, informs patients of lab results, calls in prescriptions to pharmacies and returns practitioners’ phone messages. - Performs a variety of patient assessment/care tests (e.g. EKG, Spirometry, vision/hearing screening, peak flow, color blindness, etc) in accordance with established protocols. - Performs simple wound care and dressing changes under direct supervision of RN or provider; removes sutures or staples after wound assessment by RN/Provider. - Inserts and/or removes tubes, drains, urinary catheters; applies simple splints/braces. - Assists RN or provider in complex nursing care situations. - Assists with point of care testing (CLIA-Waived Tests only)/lab tests following established protocols/instructions. - Obtains samples for point of care tests including swabs and urine/stool; performs venipuncture to obtain venous blood samples. - Performs POCT testing, following package insert instructions, and documents results (e.g. urinalysis, flu, RSV, Homoccult, Mono, H. Pylori, Hemoglobin, etc). - Documents daily ambient, refrigerator/freezer temperatures and humidity levels for medication storage; follows established protocols if variation from standard range. - Administers patient medications per written provider order; tracks and logs medication usage per established policies; inventories counts of controlled substances. - Under supervision of practitioner or nurse supervisor, administer approved medications (e.g. legend drugs, vaccines and schedule III-V controlled substances) via oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular or intradermal routes; administers IV fluids under the supervision of RN/Provider; performs installation of fluids or medications into bladder via catheter.  - Administers drops, topical ointments/pastes/creams and/or nebulizer treatments. - Documents procedures and interactions in patient’s medical record in accordance with established procedures; enters, pends and signs orders as appropriate. - Responds to patient telephone calls using approved protocols, ensuring documentation of phone call meets standards. - Takes verbal orders from a provider (in person or over the phone) and ensures orders are signed off in accordance with established procedures. - Processes and documents patient prescription refills. - Organizes exam rooms, including general cleaning, upkeep and re-stocking of supplies; prepares, cleans and sterilize instruments and maintains related equipment.  - Anticipates Practitioner's needs for available medications, supplies and equipment for patient exams.  - Sets up proper equipment for specific clinic-based procedures. - Cleans, leak tests and disinfects endoscopes and endocavity probes according to manufacturer’s directions; wraps, cleans and autoclaves instruments. - Disposes of contaminated items according to Franciscan Medical Group Exposure Control Plan. - Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for/effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services. Patient Population Served: Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. Performs related duties as required.
Job ID
2020-133168
Department
Womens and Childrens Services
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-Seattle
Job Summary: This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy. An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff. Work also includes participating in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care. An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered.Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public. Essential Duties: - Prepares patients for practitioner visit; rooms patients, obtains and records vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem; chaperones and documents the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Collects patient information through telephone and in-person contact; screens, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately. - Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. - Manages patient flow ensuring enough time for patient and family education. - Performs, or assists with, patient care, diagnostic tests and clinical procedures to appropriate level of training/scope of licensure and established procedures; follows triage standing orders/protocols for routine nursing situations and refers complex, urgent or emergent situations to an RN or provider. - Instructs patients in the collection of samples and other tests; ensures that patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. - Under supervision of the practitioner, informs patients of lab results, calls in prescriptions to pharmacies and returns practitioners’ phone messages. - Performs a variety of patient assessment/care tests (e.g. EKG, Spirometry, vision/hearing screening, peak flow, color blindness, etc) in accordance with established protocols. - Performs simple wound care and dressing changes under direct supervision of RN or provider; removes sutures or staples after wound assessment by RN/Provider. Inserts and/or removes tubes, drains, urinary catheters; applies simple splints/braces. - Assists RN or provider in complex nursing care situations. - Assists with point of care testing (CLIA-Waived Tests only)/lab tests following established protocols/instructions. - Obtains samples for point of care tests including swabs and urine/stool; performs venipuncture to obtain venous blood samples. - Performs POCT testing, following package insert instructions, and documents results (e.g. urinalysis, flu, RSV, Homoccult, Mono, H. Pylori, Hemoglobin, etc). - Documents daily ambient, refrigerator/freezer temperatures and humidity levels for medication storage; follows established protocols if variation from standard range. - Administers patient medications per written provider order; tracks and logs medication usage per established policies; inventories counts of controlled substances. - Under supervision of practitioner or nurse supervisor, administer approved medications (e.g. legend drugs, vaccines and schedule III-V controlled substances) via oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular or intradermal routes; administers IV fluids under the supervision of RN/Provider; performs installation of fluids or medications into bladder via catheter.  - Administers drops, topical ointments/pastes/creams and/or nebulizer treatments. - Documents procedures and interactions in patient’s medical record in accordance with established procedures; enters, pends and signs orders as appropriate. - Responds to patient telephone calls using approved protocols, ensuring documentation of phone call meets standards. - Takes verbal orders from a provider (in person or over the phone) and ensures orders are signed off in accordance with established procedures. - Processes and documents patient prescription refills. - Organizes exam rooms, including general cleaning, upkeep and re-stocking of supplies; prepares, cleans and sterilize instruments and maintains related equipment.  - Anticipates Practitioner's needs for available medications, supplies and equipment for patient exams.  - Sets up proper equipment for specific clinic-based procedures. - Cleans, leak tests and disinfects endoscopes and endocavity probes according to manufacturer’s directions; wraps, cleans and autoclaves instruments. - Disposes of contaminated items according to Franciscan Medical Group Exposure Control Plan. - Cultural Sensitivity and Competence: Demonstrates proper use of communication tools/materials for/effective communication and understands how the culture(s) of patient populations can affect communication, collaboration and the provision of care, treatment and services. Patient Population Served: Demonstrates knowledge and proper skills associated with the department’s defined specific populations served. - Performs related duties as required.    
Job ID
2020-126359
Department
Gastroenterology
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Per Diem
Location
WA-AUBURN
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a Clinic LPN for our Regional Float Team in the Peninsula Region. Experienced LPNs may apply for an excellent opportunity to learn clinical details across both primary and specialty CHI Franciscan Medical Group clinics. You receive additional compensation for your flexibility to travel around the Puget Sound area as you expand your knowledge in ambulatory patient care. This is YOUR opportunity to be part of a high performing team with skills that transferred to all ambulatory clinics.   NOTE: Float Pool Supervisor is willing to discuss Region that will work best for you! King, Pierce and Peninsula Regions! Job Summary: This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy. An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff. LPN’s participate in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care. An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered. Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public.   If assigned to the centralized FMG Float Pool, an incumbent provides patient care services to the assigned clinic/work unit as needed to meeting staffing needs.   Essential Job Duties:   - Greet and prepare patients for practitioner. Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. Obtain and record vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem. Anticipates the needs of the patient and the practitioner during the exam. May include chaperone and documentation of the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Telephone and in-person contact to screen, gather information, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately; ensuring documentation of the phone call meets standards. - Administer ordered medications via oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular, intradermal, or sublingual routes. Start IV’s, maintain and administer IV fluids/meds as ordered by provider. - Under supervision of the practitioner, inform patients of lab results, process prescriptions to pharmacies and return practitioners’ phone messages. Ensure that the patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. Provide general health education within own level of expertise and as directed by practitioner and nurse supervisor; - Prepare, clean and sterilize instruments and maintain equipment; keep patient exam rooms clean and orderly; dispose of contaminated items according to Franciscan Medical Group Exposure Control Plan; anticipate Practitioner's needs for medications, supplies and equipment and plan accordingly. - Assist with diagnostic tests and procedures to appropriate level of training and established procedures. Ensure patient privacy and comfort during the exam; instruct patients in the collection of samples and other tests. - Actively participate in continuing education and meetings; participates in committees as requested; and participants in professional development activities and maintains professional affiliations. - Exhibits and adheres to CHI Franciscan Health’s Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence. #LPN #LPN Float #Clinic LPN
Job ID
2020-107933
Department
Nursing Float Personnel
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-BREMERTON
Franciscan Medical Group is currently seeking a Clinic LPN for our REGIONAL FLOAT TEAM in the Pierce County Region. Experienced LPNs may apply for an excellent opportunity to learn clinical details across both primary and specialty CHI Franciscan Medical Group clinics. You receive additional compensation for your flexibility to travel around the Puget Sound area as you expand your knowledge in ambulatory patient care. This is YOUR opportunity to be part of a high performing team with skills that transferred to all ambulatory clinics.   NOTE: Float Pool Supervisor is willing to discuss Region that will work best for you! King, Pierce and Peninsula Regions!   Job Summary: This job is responsible, under the direction of a Registered Nurse or other Healthcare Provider, for providing quality practical nursing care to clinic patients consistent with the scope of LPN licensure and Franciscan Medical Group (FMG) Scope of Practice Policy. An incumbent assists providers with patient clinic visits, carrying out routine aspects of designated nursing protocols and provides clinical support and related assistance to professional medical staff. LPN’s participate in patient care planning, assisting with and/or performing therapeutic/diagnostic procedures/tests, reporting nursing observations/assessments and updating information in the patient’s electronic medical record. An employee uses initiative in carrying out recurring tasks independently within scope of practice and established standards of care. An RN or Provider provides specific instructions for new or more complex tasks and is consulted when unusual/unfamiliar situations are encountered. Work involves effectively managing a demanding workload and requires excellent customer service skills with patients/families, multi-disciplinary team members, practitioners and the public.   If assigned to the centralized FMG Float Pool, an incumbent provides patient care services to the assigned clinic/work unit as needed to meeting staffing needs.   Essential Job Duties:   - Greet and prepare patients for practitioner. Provide patient mobility assistance, as necessary. Obtain and record vital signs and other appropriate information, such as height, weight, drug allergies, current medications and presenting problem. Anticipates the needs of the patient and the practitioner during the exam. May include chaperone and documentation of the patient exam, ensuring patient privacy and comfort. - Telephone and in-person contact to screen, gather information, communicates and responds to patient needs appropriately; ensuring documentation of the phone call meets standards. - Administer ordered medications via oral, subcutaneous, intramuscular, intradermal, or sublingual routes. Start IV’s, maintain and administer IV fluids/meds as ordered by provider. - Under supervision of the practitioner, inform patients of lab results, process prescriptions to pharmacies and return practitioners’ phone messages. Ensure that the patient or family understands follow-up and referral information. Provide general health education within own level of expertise and as directed by practitioner and nurse supervisor; - Prepare, clean and sterilize instruments and maintain equipment; keep patient exam rooms clean and orderly; dispose of contaminated items according to Franciscan Medical Group Exposure Control Plan; anticipate Practitioner's needs for medications, supplies and equipment and plan accordingly. - Assist with diagnostic tests and procedures to appropriate level of training and established procedures. Ensure patient privacy and comfort during the exam; instruct patients in the collection of samples and other tests. - Actively participate in continuing education and meetings; participates in committees as requested; and participants in professional development activities and maintains professional affiliations. - Exhibits and adheres to CHI Franciscan Health’s Core Values of Reverence, Integrity, Compassion and Excellence.   #LPN #LPN Float #Clinic LPN
Job ID
2020-116183
Department
Nursing Float Personnel
Facility
CHI Franciscan Medical Group
Optional Work Location
US-WA-FEDERAL WAY
Optional Work Location
US-WA-GIG HARBOR
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
WA-TACOMA
GENERAL SUMMARY: Ultimate responsibility for the opera­tion of a designated Mercy Clinic.  Plans, organizes and directs all activities of the facility.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Monitors clinic specific compliance with MCI Policies implementing plans as needed - Promotes personal growth/development and understanding among staff members in specific areas. - Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of management /supervisory responsibilities as identified in the corporate compliance plan. - Promotes team concept among all staff in clinic.  Ensures problems, possible solutions and final solutions are understood and accepted by assigned staff members. - Presents problems in a professional manner and helps coordinate solutions inter-departmentally.  Creatively seeks solutions to existing problems as well as potential problems. Creatively implements solutions to problems. - Trains and monitors staff to ensure that protocols in specific areas comply with federal/state regulatory agencies as applicable. - Monitors and maintains licensure certification requirements for assigned staff are met. - Creatively seeks new ideas to stay within budget guidelines while constantly improving the quality of health care delivered. - Ensures charging/ reimbursement changes are integrated into every level of clinic operations by coordinating with the clinic team. - Assists with documentation auditsWorks with medical Director in regard to budget and operational guidelines within the clinic. - Prepares, monitors, and adjusts budget and staff - Develops, implements and monitors clinic objectives, policies, procedures, standards, and educational programs in conjunction with the mission and the philosophy of Mercy Clinics, Inc. and Mercy Medical Center-Des Moines. - Works collaboratively with Clinic Administration and other managers to develop or evaluate MCI policies - Works with Clinic Medical Staff and Medical Director to develop, evaluate, and monitor clinic specific protocols, objectives, and procedures. - Works with Clinic Administration and other managers to develop and implement best practices to address identified potential barriers or new opportunities. - Develops and maintains quality assurance programs, i.e. nursing, accounting - Proactively analyzes clinic operations to identify barriers or new opportunities - Directs the maintenance of physical environment and equipment. - Serves as liaison between physicians and Clinic Administration, promoting understanding and agreement in regard to future goals. - Directs, motivates, and evaluates activities of clinic employees, ensuring that clinic goals and expectations are met. - Ensures the impact of constant change is positive in nature to employees, patients, and physicians - Responsible for personnel activities that include interviewing, hiring, evaluating, counseling and terminating.  Responsible for directly evaluating and disciplining staff members. - Directs and/or manages employee human resource activities (i.e. Kronos, payroll, time and attendance, required education, employee changes, corporate compliance, LOA, FMLA, performance appraisals) - Directs clinic in complying with applicable laws and regulations relative to clinic operations (i.e. OSHA, CLIA, COLA, HIPAA, Stark, etc.). - Ensures that patient concerns are addressed and that appropriate and timely follow-up is performed.
Job ID
2020-132428
Department
Adult Clinic
Facility
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
GENERAL SUMMARY: Ultimate responsibility for the opera­tion of a designated Mercy Clinic.  Plans, organizes and directs all activities of the facility.   ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: - Monitors clinic specific compliance with MCI Policies implementing plans as needed - Promotes personal growth/development and understanding among staff members in specific areas. - Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of management /supervisory responsibilities as identified in the corporate compliance plan. - Promotes team concept among all staff in clinic.  Ensures problems, possible solutions and final solutions are understood and accepted by assigned staff members. - Presents problems in a professional manner and helps coordinate solutions inter-departmentally.  Creatively seeks solutions to existing problems as well as potential problems. Creatively implements solutions to problems. - Trains and monitors staff to ensure that protocols in specific areas comply with federal/state regulatory agencies as applicable. - Monitors and maintains licensure certification requirements for assigned staff are met. - Creatively seeks new ideas to stay within budget guidelines while constantly improving the quality of health care delivered. - Ensures charging/ reimbursement changes are integrated into every level of clinic operations by coordinating with the clinic team. - Assists with documentation auditsWorks with medical Director in regard to budget and operational guidelines within the clinic. - Prepares, monitors, and adjusts budget and staff - Develops, implements and monitors clinic objectives, policies, procedures, standards, and educational programs in conjunction with the mission and the philosophy of Mercy Clinics, Inc. and Mercy Medical Center-Des Moines. - Works collaboratively with Clinic Administration and other managers to develop or evaluate MCI policies - Works with Clinic Medical Staff and Medical Director to develop, evaluate, and monitor clinic specific protocols, objectives, and procedures. - Works with Clinic Administration and other managers to develop and implement best practices to address identified potential barriers or new opportunities. - Develops and maintains quality assurance programs, i.e. nursing, accounting - Proactively analyzes clinic operations to identify barriers or new opportunities - Directs the maintenance of physical environment and equipment. - Serves as liaison between physicians and Clinic Administration, promoting understanding and agreement in regard to future goals. - Directs, motivates, and evaluates activities of clinic employees, ensuring that clinic goals and expectations are met. - Ensures the impact of constant change is positive in nature to employees, patients, and physicians - Responsible for personnel activities that include interviewing, hiring, evaluating, counseling and terminating.  Responsible for directly evaluating and disciplining staff members. - Directs and/or manages employee human resource activities (i.e. Kronos, payroll, time and attendance, required education, employee changes, corporate compliance, LOA, FMLA, performance appraisals) - Directs clinic in complying with applicable laws and regulations relative to clinic operations (i.e. OSHA, CLIA, COLA, HIPAA, Stark, etc.). - Ensures that patient concerns are addressed and that appropriate and timely follow-up is performed.
Job ID
2020-133601
Department
Adult Clinic
Facility
MercyOne Des Moines Medical Center
Shift
Day
Employment Type
Full Time
Location
IA-DES MOINES
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