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The Clinical Coordinator RN plans, organizes and directs home health and hospice services and is experienced in nursing, with emphasis on community health education/experience. The professional nurse builds from the resources of the community to plan and direct services to meet the needs of individuals and families within their homes and communities.
The nurse assistant contributes to the nursing process by performing patient care and non-patient care activities as delegated by a licensed nurse. Assists in implementation of the Nursing Care Plan and performs a variety of restorative nursing services. Protects and adheres to the rights of all patients cared for.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Maintains established department policies, procedures, objectives and safety and infection control standards.
- Cleans and disinfects fixtures, furniture, floors, walls, sinks, toilets, tubs, waste containers and equipment in assigned work area.
- Wet mops, dust mops or vacuums floors in rooms, halls stairways and public areas. Spot cleans carpeting.
- Gathers and disposes of trash and waste material using appropriate bags and containers.
- Replenishes area with supplies of soap, papers, and other cleaning supplies as needed.
- Performs discharge cleaning procedures of patient rooms and prepares room for new occupant.
- Cleans vents, windows, light fixtures, walls and other high areas using a ladder.
- Prepares soiled linen for pickup for laundry service by placing in carts and moving to pickup area. Uses appropriate bags for contaminated linen.
- Receives processed linens from laundry service. Unloads, inspects sorts and places on storage shelves. Assembles and delivers linens required for specific departments according to needs and present supply.
- Participates in educational and in-service programs and attends meetings as required.
NON-ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
- Moves furniture and other heavy objects as required.
- Buffs, strips, waxes and polishes hard floors, operating mechanical floor scrubbers.
- Unpacks new linen, dates, and stamps wit hospital logo.
- May be called in to perform emergency cleaning after normal working hours.
- Performs other reasonably related duties as assigned by immediate supervisor.
The physical therapist is responsible for providing physical therapy services and for adherence to all conditions outlined in all policies and procedures.
The registered nurse plans, organizes and directs home health and hospice services and is experienced in nursing, with emphasis on community health education/experience. The professional nurse builds from the resources of the community to plan and direct services to meet the needs of individuals and families within their homes and communities.
If you are comfortable in a controlled environment such as a clinic or hospital, Home Health might not be for you. The environment changes daily from home to home and comes with a high degree of autonomy and flexibility. Our Registered Nurses thrive in this environment and genuinely enjoy getting to know the people in their towns.
Your time at work should be fulfilling. Rewarding. Inspiring. That’s what you’ll find when you join one of our non-profit CHI facilities across the nation. You’ll find challenging, rewarding work every day alongside people who have as much compassion as you. Join us and together we’ll create healthier, stronger communities. Schedule: *Nights * Every Third Weekend* Job Responsibilities
As a Registered Nurse, you will be responsible for delivering the highest quality patient care according to the specific orders of each patient’s individual physician. This will involve, utilizing your knowledge and skills to educate patients and their families on prevention and healthy habits.
Additional responsibilities for this health care role include:
- Monitoring patients’ conditions and assessing their needs
- Collaborating with physicians and nurses to devise individualized care plans for patients
- Administering patients’ medications and providing treatments according to physicians’ orders
- Fostering a supportive and compassionate environment to care for patients and their families
The Emergency Department Registered Nurse uses the nursing process to identify patient needs and priorities of care through assessment, planning and delegation of care based on patient needs, therapeutic interventions, and evaluation of the patient’s response. The nurse is expected to incorporate and demonstrate the message of CHI’s stated mission, including its Christian ethics, philosophy and values.
Essential Key Job Responsibilities
- Provides basic, bedside care.
- Displays professionalism while completing multiple urgent tasks in a timely manner.
- Performs triage, collects current symptoms, records patients’ current vital signs, as well as a detailed patient history.
- Works directly under physician’s direction and/or policies/procedures.
- Prepares and administers and records prescribed medications.
- Provides Patient/Family Education.
- Manages basic life support needs and stabilizes patients until the attending physician is available, based upon nursing standards and protocol.
- Records all care information concisely, accurately and completely, in a timely manner, in the appropriate format and on the appropriate forms
- Maintains proper supply levels and appropriate medical equipment.
- Other duties as assigned by management.