The Home Health Team Leader is responsible for the overall supervision and coordination of clinical services. Coordinates and supervises an interdisciplinary team of staff to assure the continuity of high quality care to home health patients assigned to the team's area in accordance with MD prescribed plan of care, and all applicable state and federal laws and regulations.
This position is responsible for providing primary and emergency care for occupational and non-occupational injuries and illnesses, dispensing over the counter and prescription medications as ordered, performing required health assessments for specified programs.
Provide clinical services within the scope of practice, as defined by the state laws governing the practice of nursing, in accordance with the plan of care, and in coordination with other members of the health care team.
Searching a RN to provide nursing services, training and support to address the medical psychiatric needs of individuals with developmental disabilities, substance abuse issues and/or emotional or behavioral challenges.
In this role, you will be responsible for patient assessment, patient care planning, and the provision of quality nursing care to an assigned group of patients for a defined work period. Provides direction and supervision to LVN/LPNs, nursing assistants, unit secretaries and other clinical/clerical associates.
In this role, you will be responsible for delivering goal-directed care to patients. Utilize assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation to provide excellent patient care in a caring and supportive environment.
Ability to identify scope of practice issues, prioritize duties and make effective decisions concerning patient care. Demonstrate communication and interpersonal skills, both orally and in writing. Ability to perform multiple tasks, often under stress.
Provide admission, case management, and follow-up skilled nursing visits for home health patients. Administer on-going care and case management for each patient, provide necessary follow-up as directed by the clinical manager.
The Advanced Practice Nurse (APN) will provide services to the designated Service Line to promote nursing knowledge and evidence-based practice by functioning as a clinical resource to the direct-care nurses.