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  LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse), NP (Nurse Practitioner)

Primary Care Nursing


OVERVIEW Department of Environmental Conservation is seeking male and female staff for four residential Environmental Education Camps. All four programs cater to campers in two age groups: ...

  • Full time

$$22.50 / hour

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Medical-Surgical Nursing


Mission Valley Surgery Center  Part-time / Tuesday and Wednesday  Registered nurse for an outpatient eye surgery center in Fremont, CA   Criteria: Nursing license/ certifica...

  • Part time

$$45-55 / hour

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext), Critical Care Nursing


Step into the future of nursing and away from the bedside - join our growing team as a Tele-ICU nurse . Deliver care to ICU patients across the country from the comfort and convenience of one of...

  • Full time,  Part time

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext), Critical Care Nursing


Step into the future of nursing and away from the bedside - join our growing team as a Tele-ICU nurse . Deliver care to ICU patients across the country from the comfort and convenience of one of...

  • Full time,  Part time

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext), Critical Care Nursing


Step into the future of nursing and away from the bedside - join our growing team as a Tele-ICU nurse . Deliver care to ICU patients across the country from the comfort and convenience of one of...

  • Full time,  Part time

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext), Critical Care Nursing


Step into the future of nursing and away from the bedside - join our growing team as a Tele-ICU nurse . Deliver care to ICU patients across the country from the comfort and convenience of one of...

  • Full time,  Part time

  LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse)

Geriatric Nursing, Nursing Home Care


Job Summary: The incumbent is responsible for providing nursing care and services to residents, within scope of practice, and in accordance with the Resident Care plan, Company policies and procedu...

  • Full time

$$29.12/hr / hour

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses


Home Care Staff Nurse The Home Care Nurse Provides all nursing functions according to Massachusetts Law and HHSI policy and procedure and is responsible for medical case management o...

  • Full time

$DOE / hour

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses


RN- Home Care Schedule will be 8:00am - 4:30pm Mon-Fri The  Home Care Nurse  Provides all nursing functions according to Massachusetts Law and HHSI policy and procedure and is responsi...

  • Full time

$DOE / hour

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses


Workforce Solutions Group has a fantastic job opening for a Home Care RN in Brockton, Massachusetts. This position is a permanent, direct hire opportunity.   We are looking for an RN that has ...

  • Full time

$$36-$41 / hour

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Health Director ,
23-12-2021

OVERVIEW

Department of Environmental Conservation is seeking male and female staff for four residential Environmental Education Camps. All four programs cater to campers in two age groups: 11-13 years old or 14-17 years old. There are four camps around the state: Camp Colby near Saranac Lake and Pack Forest near Warrensburg both located in the Adirondacks, Camp DeBruce in the Catskill Mountains and Camp Rushford in Allegany County in western New York. Campers arrive on Sunday afternoon and leave on Friday at 4:30 PM.

The four geographically diverse environmental education camps teach youth the importance of conservation. Well trained and hardworking staff are located at each camp. Their primary goal is to ensure the safety of all campers while teaching valuable lessons about the environment, and providing an opportunity for each camper to develop outdoor skills and knowledge.

Room and board are provided to all staff members. Employment at camp begins in mid-June and ends mid-August. All Camp Program Staff, including Health Directors and due to the nature of working at a residential summer camp, are overtime ineligible and can earn a maximum of 40 hours of hourly pay at the rate listed.

NATURE OF WORK
The Health Director is held accountable for the health and well-being of both staff, volunteers and campers on a 24-hour basis. The Health Director assures that Health Department requirements are reviewed and complied with as stated in State Department of Health Regulations and in the Camp Health and Safety Plan. During the camp season, the Health Director oversees the Health and Safety of the individuals working and attending the NYSDEC camp program which services 50-60 new campers each week for a total of more than 400 campers for the summer.
 

CLASSIFICATION CRITERIA AND DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

The Conservation Education Camp Health Director is a required position under the New York Department of Health State Sanitary Code, Subpart 7.2.  This position is required for a camp to obtain an operational permit.
 

TYPICAL ACTIVITIES, TASKS AND ASSIGNMENTS

•     Maintains camp infirmary.
•     Maintains records of all medications, injuries, accidents as required by the Department of Health.
•     Creates and maintains first aid kits.
•     Monitors camps living quarters for health and safety concerns.
•     Monitors individual's health of staff, volunteers and campers.
•     Prepares Illness and incident reports.
•     Follows up to make sure all Accident reports have been properly filed by staff.
•     On call 24 hours during a camp session to deal with health and medical emergencies and needs of campers and staff
•     Maintains a secure storage area for all prescription medications and personal medical information of campers, volunteers and staff.
•     Maintains inventory of first aid and medical supplies
•     Works with Camp Director to transport campers as needed to and from local urgent care, emergency rooms, doctor offices and field trip locations.
•     Notifies operational/maintenance staff of health and safety concerns.
•     Meets camper’s parents/guardians during camper check-in to review medical forms.
•     Performs Med calls to ensure the campers, volunteers and staff are receiving their medications.
•     Contacts parents/guardians when needed to keep them informed of a child’s health and needs.
•     Maintains relationship with Department of Health inspecting Sanitarian, informing them when there is an illness or injury of a camper or staff that meets criteria requiring contact with the Department of Health.
•     Maintains camp’s lost and found
•     Maintains camp’s supply of bedding, towels and extra camper clothing.
•     Maintains and completes Camp’s AED inspection and training.
•     Informs Directors, Counselors and Kitchen staff of specific camper needs, allergies, required medications and other areas that effect a campers and the camp programs health and well-being.
•     Participates in staff meeting, camp safety drills and staff training.
•     Keep accurate pill counts recorded
•     Distribute medication to parents during camper check out
•     Assists Camp Director with camper homesickness and evaluation of camper’s ability to stay at camp when issues arise such as homesickness, inability to follow rules and medication complications.
•     Send in weekly reports to Albany Camp Staff
•     Create a wish list of supplies needed at the end of the summer.
 

RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHERS/ COMMUNICATION

Conservation Education Camp Health Directors have frequent oral communications with all levels of the camp staff giving and receiving instructions, information and advice regarding camper health, camp safety and related health and safety information. They may also have communications with the kitchen staff to exchange information about the preparation of special foods to meet dietary requirements. 
 

NATURE OF SUPERVISION

Conservation Education Camp Health Directors are supervised by the Conservation Education Camp Director, but have a great deal of self-direction due to the nature of their position.  Camp Health Directors must be able to give direction to all camp staff in regards to Health and Safety of all staff, volunteers and campers. 
 

MACHINES, TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT USED

Conservation Education Camp Health Directors must be familiar with First Aid Equipment including safety equipment for prevention of blood borne pathogens (gloves, masks..), CPR masks, Automatic External Defibrillators, back boards, neck braces, splints, bandages, gauze, medical tape, ice packs, eye wash, wraps, hand sanitizer, anti-bacterial soap, disinfectants and topical preventatives such as insect repellent, sunscreen, antibiotic cream, and anti-itch creams as well as analgesics such as Acetaminophen and ibuprofen and antacids such as tums, Rolaids, Maalox. The Camp Health Director will use computers to access records and to create reports.
 

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

  • Must be able to work entire camp season.
  • Must be comfortable working in outdoor conditions.
  • Ability to communicate instructions and advice effectively to campers, volunteers and staff.
  • Ability to work with a wide range of age groups.
  • Comfortable talking with children about health related concerns.
  • Ability to use Microsoft Excel and Word documents.
  • Ability to use online camper registration system.
  • Ability to organize camper documentation, medical supplies, and records
  • Comfortable contacting and working with Department of Health regarding camp program needs.
Part-time / OR or Pre-op Nurses / Tues and Wed / Eye Surgery Center in Fremont ,
14-12-2021

Mission Valley Surgery Center 
Part-time / Tuesday and Wednesday 

Registered nurse for an outpatient eye surgery center in Fremont, CA
 

Criteria:

  • Nursing license/ certification.
  • Current ACLS/ BLS certification.
  • No training necessary. We will train you.

Bilingual is preferred but not required.

  • Punjabi or HIndi

Uniform:

  • Scrubs are provided

Typical start time:

  • 6:30-7:00 AM

Typical end time:

  • 2:00-3:00 PM

 

Job Type: Part-time

Pay: $45.00 - $55.00 per hour
Pay is negotiable. 

If interested, please send resume. 

 

COVID-19 Precaution(s):

  • Personal protective equipment provided or required
  • Temperature screenings
  • Social distancing guidelines in place
  • Sanitizing, disinfecting, or cleaning procedures in place

 

Step into the future of ICU nursing and away from the bedside- Join our Tele-ICU today ,
8-12-2021

Step into the future of nursing and away from the bedside - join our growing team as a Tele-ICU nurse. Deliver care to ICU patients across the country from the comfort and convenience of one of our state-of-the-art Virtual Care Centers across the U.S. Hicuity Health, the leading high acuity telemedicine provider in the United States, is seeking a highly motivated and talented individual to join our team as a Tele-ICU Registered Nurse (RN) - nights. In this position you won't have to choose between your two passions, caring for the critically ill and caring about your family.   This position demonstrates leadership through the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of critical care patients remotely in the Hicuity Health Operations Center.  Nursing care is provided to the patient through remote monitoring with the goal of early detection of warning signs of clinical deterioration. The tele-ICU RN will be a member of a collaborative team responsible for providing telemedicine to a diverse population of critically ill adults across multiple ICUs at various hospitals while working in our local Operations Center.

 

Hicuity Health® is the nation’s leading provider of high acuity telehealth services, contracted to provide care to more than 100 hospitals in 27 states on a 24 x 7 x 365 basis. We are an organization that rewards creativity, collaboration, innovation and results. For more information, visit http://www.hicuityhealth.com/.

Responsibilities

 

  • Collects and analyzes patient and family data for the purpose of assessment, diagnosis and management.
  • Efficiently assembles a focused assessment of physiological, psychological and medical record data. 
  • Uses critical thinking skills in diagnosing clinical problems and in defining interventions.
  • Re-evaluates prior diagnoses and care plans at appropriate intervals in accordance with expected patient outcomes.
  • Prioritize clinical problems accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Responds to routine, urgent and emergent patient problems appropriately by demonstrating effective decision-making.  Provides follow-up to ensure problem resolution. 
  • Formulates and articulates succinct and comprehensive assessments of real or potential problems to the Hicuity Health Intensivist.
  • Solves clinical patient problems independently and in a timely manner; communicates unresolved problems to the Intensivist.
  • Effectively communicates with members of the Hicuity Health Operations Center Team and bedside ICU interdisciplinary team in a collegial manner to provide safe and error-free care. 
  • Complies with best practices and other care directives of the monitored ICUs.
  • Prevents clinical problems from occurring by:
  • Direct observation via videoconferencing
  • Proactive surveillance of adverse physiological trends
  • Assurance of appropriately ordered prophylactic strategies
  • Medical chart review
  • Appropriate reaction to alarms
  • Updates ICU knowledge of pathophysiology, pharmacology, hemodynamics, bedside technology and nursing care.
  • Maintains patient confidentiality.
  • Learns basic and advanced features of eCareManager clinical information software to enhance efficiency in assessment and documentation.
Qualifications
  • Current RN state license.
  • A minimum of two years as a staff nurse in critical care, five years preferred.
  • Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing preferred.
  • Current ACLS and BLS Healthcare Provider Completion Card.
  • CCRN preferred or willingness to obtain within one year of employment.
  • Proficiency with Windows-based computer skills and operations.
  • Evidence of collaborative practice with physicians.
  • Evidence of effective communication skills.

 

Hicuity Health fuses a friendly and collegial work environment with high performance standards.  Our compensation plans include base salary, generous shift differentials and competitive benefit programs.

 

Hicuity Health provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.


 
Step into the future of ICU nursing and away from the bedside- Join our Tele-ICU today ,
8-12-2021

Step into the future of nursing and away from the bedside - join our growing team as a Tele-ICU nurse. Deliver care to ICU patients across the country from the comfort and convenience of one of our state-of-the-art Virtual Care Centers across the U.S. Hicuity Health, the leading high acuity telemedicine provider in the United States, is seeking a highly motivated and talented individual to join our team as a Tele-ICU Registered Nurse (RN) - nights. In this position you won't have to choose between your two passions, caring for the critically ill and caring about your family.   This position demonstrates leadership through the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of critical care patients remotely in the Hicuity Health Operations Center.  Nursing care is provided to the patient through remote monitoring with the goal of early detection of warning signs of clinical deterioration. The tele-ICU RN will be a member of a collaborative team responsible for providing telemedicine to a diverse population of critically ill adults across multiple ICUs at various hospitals while working in our local Operations Center.

 

Hicuity Health® is the nation’s leading provider of high acuity telehealth services, contracted to provide care to more than 100 hospitals in 27 states on a 24 x 7 x 365 basis. We are an organization that rewards creativity, collaboration, innovation and results. For more information, visit http://www.hicuityhealth.com/.

Responsibilities

 

  • Collects and analyzes patient and family data for the purpose of assessment, diagnosis and management.
  • Efficiently assembles a focused assessment of physiological, psychological and medical record data. 
  • Uses critical thinking skills in diagnosing clinical problems and in defining interventions.
  • Re-evaluates prior diagnoses and care plans at appropriate intervals in accordance with expected patient outcomes.
  • Prioritize clinical problems accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Responds to routine, urgent and emergent patient problems appropriately by demonstrating effective decision-making.  Provides follow-up to ensure problem resolution. 
  • Formulates and articulates succinct and comprehensive assessments of real or potential problems to the Hicuity Health Intensivist.
  • Solves clinical patient problems independently and in a timely manner; communicates unresolved problems to the Intensivist.
  • Effectively communicates with members of the Hicuity Health Operations Center Team and bedside ICU interdisciplinary team in a collegial manner to provide safe and error-free care. 
  • Complies with best practices and other care directives of the monitored ICUs.
  • Prevents clinical problems from occurring by:
  • Direct observation via videoconferencing
  • Proactive surveillance of adverse physiological trends
  • Assurance of appropriately ordered prophylactic strategies
  • Medical chart review
  • Appropriate reaction to alarms
  • Updates ICU knowledge of pathophysiology, pharmacology, hemodynamics, bedside technology and nursing care.
  • Maintains patient confidentiality.
  • Learns basic and advanced features of eCareManager clinical information software to enhance efficiency in assessment and documentation.
Qualifications
  • Current RN state license.
  • A minimum of two years as a staff nurse in critical care, five years preferred.
  • Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing preferred.
  • Current ACLS and BLS Healthcare Provider Completion Card.
  • CCRN preferred or willingness to obtain within one year of employment.
  • Proficiency with Windows-based computer skills and operations.
  • Evidence of collaborative practice with physicians.
  • Evidence of effective communication skills.

 

Hicuity Health fuses a friendly and collegial work environment with high performance standards.  Our compensation plans include base salary, generous shift differentials and competitive benefit programs.

 

Hicuity Health provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.


 
Step into the future of ICU nursing and away from the bedside- Join our Tele-ICU today ,
8-12-2021

Step into the future of nursing and away from the bedside - join our growing team as a Tele-ICU nurse. Deliver care to ICU patients across the country from the comfort and convenience of one of our state-of-the-art Virtual Care Centers across the U.S. Hicuity Health, the leading high acuity telemedicine provider in the United States, is seeking a highly motivated and talented individual to join our team as a Tele-ICU Registered Nurse (RN) - nights. In this position you won't have to choose between your two passions, caring for the critically ill and caring about your family.   This position demonstrates leadership through the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of critical care patients remotely in the Hicuity Health Operations Center.  Nursing care is provided to the patient through remote monitoring with the goal of early detection of warning signs of clinical deterioration. The tele-ICU RN will be a member of a collaborative team responsible for providing telemedicine to a diverse population of critically ill adults across multiple ICUs at various hospitals while working in our local Operations Center.

 

Hicuity Health® is the nation’s leading provider of high acuity telehealth services, contracted to provide care to more than 100 hospitals in 27 states on a 24 x 7 x 365 basis. We are an organization that rewards creativity, collaboration, innovation and results. For more information, visit http://www.hicuityhealth.com/.

Responsibilities

 

  • Collects and analyzes patient and family data for the purpose of assessment, diagnosis and management.
  • Efficiently assembles a focused assessment of physiological, psychological and medical record data. 
  • Uses critical thinking skills in diagnosing clinical problems and in defining interventions.
  • Re-evaluates prior diagnoses and care plans at appropriate intervals in accordance with expected patient outcomes.
  • Prioritize clinical problems accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Responds to routine, urgent and emergent patient problems appropriately by demonstrating effective decision-making.  Provides follow-up to ensure problem resolution. 
  • Formulates and articulates succinct and comprehensive assessments of real or potential problems to the Hicuity Health Intensivist.
  • Solves clinical patient problems independently and in a timely manner; communicates unresolved problems to the Intensivist.
  • Effectively communicates with members of the Hicuity Health Operations Center Team and bedside ICU interdisciplinary team in a collegial manner to provide safe and error-free care. 
  • Complies with best practices and other care directives of the monitored ICUs.
  • Prevents clinical problems from occurring by:
  • Direct observation via videoconferencing
  • Proactive surveillance of adverse physiological trends
  • Assurance of appropriately ordered prophylactic strategies
  • Medical chart review
  • Appropriate reaction to alarms
  • Updates ICU knowledge of pathophysiology, pharmacology, hemodynamics, bedside technology and nursing care.
  • Maintains patient confidentiality.
  • Learns basic and advanced features of eCareManager clinical information software to enhance efficiency in assessment and documentation.
​Qualifications
  • Current RN state license.
  • A minimum of two years as a staff nurse in critical care, five years preferred.
  • Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing preferred.
  • Current ACLS and BLS Healthcare Provider Completion Card.
  • CCRN preferred or willingness to obtain within one year of employment.
  • Proficiency with Windows-based computer skills and operations.
  • Evidence of collaborative practice with physicians.
  • Evidence of effective communication skills.

 

Hicuity Health fuses a friendly and collegial work environment with high performance standards.  Our compensation plans include base salary, generous shift differentials and competitive benefit programs.

 

Hicuity Health provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.


 
Step into the future of ICU nursing and away from the bedside- Join our Tele-ICU today ,
8-12-2021

Step into the future of nursing and away from the bedside - join our growing team as a Tele-ICU nurse. Deliver care to ICU patients across the country from the comfort and convenience of one of our state-of-the-art Virtual Care Centers across the U.S. Hicuity Health, the leading high acuity telemedicine provider in the United States, is seeking a highly motivated and talented individual to join our team as a Tele-ICU Registered Nurse (RN) - nights. In this position you won't have to choose between your two passions, caring for the critically ill and caring about your family.   This position demonstrates leadership through the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation of critical care patients remotely in the Hicuity Health Operations Center.  Nursing care is provided to the patient through remote monitoring with the goal of early detection of warning signs of clinical deterioration. The tele-ICU RN will be a member of a collaborative team responsible for providing telemedicine to a diverse population of critically ill adults across multiple ICUs at various hospitals while working in our local Operations Center.

 

Hicuity Health® is the nation’s leading provider of high acuity telehealth services, contracted to provide care to more than 100 hospitals in 27 states on a 24 x 7 x 365 basis. We are an organization that rewards creativity, collaboration, innovation and results. For more information, visit http://www.hicuityhealth.com/.

Responsibilities

  • Collects and analyzes patient and family data for the purpose of assessment, diagnosis and management.
  • Efficiently assembles a focused assessment of physiological, psychological and medical record data. 
  • Uses critical thinking skills in diagnosing clinical problems and in defining interventions.
  • Re-evaluates prior diagnoses and care plans at appropriate intervals in accordance with expected patient outcomes.
  • Prioritize clinical problems accurately and in a timely manner.
  • Responds to routine, urgent and emergent patient problems appropriately by demonstrating effective decision-making.  Provides follow-up to ensure problem resolution. 
  • Formulates and articulates succinct and comprehensive assessments of real or potential problems to the Hicuity Health Intensivist.
  • Solves clinical patient problems independently and in a timely manner; communicates unresolved problems to the Intensivist.
  • Effectively communicates with members of the Hicuity Health Operations Center Team and bedside ICU interdisciplinary team in a collegial manner to provide safe and error-free care. 
  • Complies with best practices and other care directives of the monitored ICUs.
  • Prevents clinical problems from occurring by:
  • Direct observation via videoconferencing
  • Proactive surveillance of adverse physiological trends
  • Assurance of appropriately ordered prophylactic strategies
  • Medical chart review
  • Appropriate reaction to alarms
  • Updates ICU knowledge of pathophysiology, pharmacology, hemodynamics, bedside technology and nursing care.
  • Maintains patient confidentiality.
  • Learns basic and advanced features of eCareManager clinical information software to enhance efficiency in assessment and documentation.
​Qualifications
  • Current RN state license.
  • A minimum of two years as a staff nurse in critical care, five years preferred.
  • Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing preferred.
  • Current ACLS and BLS Healthcare Provider Completion Card.
  • CCRN preferred or willingness to obtain within one year of employment.
  • Proficiency with Windows-based computer skills and operations.
  • Evidence of collaborative practice with physicians.
  • Evidence of effective communication skills.

 

Hicuity Health fuses a friendly and collegial work environment with high performance standards.  Our compensation plans include base salary, generous shift differentials and competitive benefit programs.

 

Hicuity Health provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.


 
CHARGE NURSE ,
7-12-2021
Job Summary:
The incumbent is responsible for providing nursing care and services to residents, within scope of practice, and in accordance with the Resident Care plan, Company policies and procedures, and legislative/regulatory requirements: Duties include but are not limited to:
• Maintain resident records and required documentation in compliance with all Federal/ Provincial regulations and follows the standards as set out by the College of Nursing Provincial Governing body.
• Distribute medications as prescribed, and document accordingly. Monitors the safekeeping of drugs and narcotics.
• Assist in maintaining a clean, safe environment for residents and staff.
• Participate in orientation, in-service programs and on standing committees as assigned by the Director of Care.
• Liaising with family members when required and acting as a resource for questions, concerns regarding practices or related health care issues. Reports family concerns to the Director of Care and other staff.
• Responds to resident call bells and door alarms promptly.
• Participates in initial assessments, care plans, and ongoing updates to care plans.
• Reports unusual occurrences, safety hazards or illness or problems with residents to the Director of Care and other staff.
• Assumes duties as required in the absence of Director of Care.
• Attends staff meetings and in-service education as required.
• Other duties as assigned.
Home Care Staff Nurse ,
9-11-2021


Home Care Staff Nurse

The Home Care Nurse Provides all nursing functions according to Massachusetts Law and HHSI policy and procedure and is responsible for medical case management of home-based participants, providing home health services to geriatric clients of the Elder Services Plan while building a trusting relationship with the clients. 
 
Job Duties:
• Performs routine clinical nursing duties, including history taking, vital signs, administration of medications, dressing changes and other nursing procedures under the verbal or written order of a provider as prescribed by law, written clinical policies and within the limits of his/her own license and training.
• Responsible for Case Managing home based clients through communication with providers, center nursing staff, specialists, Clinical Nurse Manager, Clinical Director and all other ESP staff members involved in participant care.
• Completes nursing assessment and collaborates in the development of a comprehensive plan of care, as required by the Patient Care Team.
• Triages patients’ regarding illness and medical therapy and advises the patient/caregiver of the most appropriate action in consultation with a provider whenever necessary.
• Interacts with Clients and family members in a manner that adheres to the highest standards of care and professionalism.
• Builds trust and fosters smooth relationships with Clients and their families.
• Promotes patient confidentiality and right to privacy.  
• Establishes and maintains, via provider order, an ongoing case management system that includes but is not limited to contracting patients with abnormal lab results or who fail appointments in accordance with Agency policies.
• Provides health teaching using appropriate information on health maintenance and disease management during each patient encounter according to Agency policies.
• Continuously updates his/her own clinical and professional knowledge and skills through formal and informal educational experiences.



 
Required/Preferred Education, Experience and Skills:
 
• Current MA RN License and Basic Life Support (BLS) required. 
• Two (2) or more years of experience in a home care, professional or business environment.
• One year of experience working with geriatric patients.
• Must be able to travel in a timely manner to participant's homes in the Brockton and surrounding area. 
• Excellent communication and customer service skills.
• Excellent critical thinking, problem-solving and organizational skills.
• Computer literacy (Microsoft Office applications with a focus on Word, Excel and Outlook).
• Experience with medical computer scheduling preferred.
• Community health or ambulatory care experience preferred.
 

Registered Nurse, Home Healthcare ,
6-11-2021
RN- Home Care Schedule will be 8:00am - 4:30pm Mon-Fri

The Home Care Nurse Provides all nursing functions according to Massachusetts Law and HHSI policy and procedure and is responsible for medical case management of home-based participants, providing home health services to geriatric clients of the Elder Services Plan while building a trusting relationship with the clients. 

Job Duties:
• Performs routine clinical nursing duties, including history taking, vital signs, administration of medications, dressing changes and other nursing procedures under the verbal or written order of a provider as prescribed by law, written clinical policies and within the limits of his/her own license and training.
• Responsible for Case Managing home based clients through communication with providers, center nursing staff, specialists, Clinical Nurse Manager, Clinical Director and all other ESP staff members involved in participant care.
• Completes nursing assessment and collaborates in the development of a comprehensive plan of care, as required by the Patient Care Team.
• Triages patients’ regarding illness and medical therapy and advises the patient/caregiver of the most appropriate action in consultation with a provider whenever necessary.
• Interacts with Clients and family members in a manner that adheres to the highest standards of care and professionalism.
• Builds trust and fosters smooth relationships with Clients and their families.
• Promotes patient confidentiality and right to privacy.  
• Establishes and maintains, via provider order, an ongoing case management system that includes but is not limited to contracting patients with abnormal lab results or who fail appointments in accordance with Agency policies.
• Provides health teaching using appropriate information on health maintenance and disease management during each patient encounter according to Agency policies.
• Continuously updates his/her own clinical and professional knowledge and skills through formal and informal educational experiences.

Required/Preferred Education, Experience and Skills: 
• Associate Degree in Nursing, BSN preferred.
• Current MA RN License and Basic Life Support (BLS) required. 
• Two (2) or more years of experience in a home care, professional or business environment.
• One year of experience working with geriatric patients.
• Excellent customer service skills, critical thinking, problem-solving and organizational skills.
• Computer literacy (Microsoft Office applications with a focus on Word, Excel and Outlook).
• Experience with medical computer scheduling preferred.
• Community health or ambulatory care experience preferred.
 

 
Home Health RN ,
4-11-2021
Workforce Solutions Group has a fantastic job opening for a Home Care RN in Brockton, Massachusetts. This position is a permanent, direct hire opportunity.
 
We are looking for an RN that has experience working with the elderly community, is reliable, compassionate, provides quality care to patients, nurturing and can address all concerns of the patients.
 
Duties/ Responsibilities:
 
  • Performs routine clinical nursing duties, including history taking, vital signs, administration of medications
  • Dressing changes and other nursing procedures under the verbal or written order of a provider as prescribed by law, written clinical policies and within the limits of his/her own license and training.
  • Responsible for Case Managing home based clients through communication with providers, center nursing staff, specialists, Clinical Nurse Manager, Clinical Director and all other ESP staff members involved in participant care.
  • Completes nursing assessment and collaborates in the development of a comprehensive plan of care, as required by the Patient Care Team.
 
Requirements:
 
  • Associate Degree in Nursing
  • Current MA RN License
  • CPR Card
  • Two (2) or more years of experience in a home care, professional
  • One year of experience working with geriatric patients.
 
Shift:
 
  • Monday-Friday 8AM-4:30PM
 
 
Pay/ Compensation:
 
  • $32.00-$41.00 DOE
 
 
Please Apply Today!
 

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"I am a Registered Nurse and the mother of a special needs daughter. I have used Hirenurses.com to hire a competent CNA/Nurse to care for my 9 year old special needs daughter. The website is fantastic and has put us in touch with several people to help fill some of our PCA hours. It is such a relief knowing there is a place to go to look for competent and compassionate medical professionals to care for complex and vulnerable loved ones."

5 Lori H North Andover MA 2/24/2015