The Nurse Associate is responsible for coordinating diagnostic and therapeutic regimens for a specified group of patients, and maintains cohesiveness between clinical research, physicians, and patients.
The Nurse Clinician will work in a multidisciplinary environment which will require exceptional interpersonal skills, including the ability to establish and maintain effective relationships with patients, physicians, clinical and administrative units.
The Registered Professional Nurse, Level II, uses critical thinking skills, professional judgment and leadership to anticipate, plan, direct and evaluate the care of the patients provided by a team of ancillary personnel, and serves as a resource in a specific specialty area. Twelve hour shifts.
Perform a comprehensive assessment on all assigned patients as evidenced by completed documentation. Supports patient/family/spiritual/cultural needs when assessing the patient and family needs for teaching.
Look at interactions, activities and processes to maximize the patient, customer and employee experience; speaks up for point of view with confidence even when the topic is controversial; shares point of view in a manner that builds support.
Coordinates and provides nursing care to identified patient population. Utilizes team approach for delegation, critical thinking and problem solving skills to achieve optimal patient outcomes. Demonstrates competencies in accordance with specific performance standards.
This position is critical to the success of the regulatory medical testing program and to disability management/absence control at the site. It is extremely fast paced and involves a heavy document/paperwork-processing load. Individual must be very organized and able to function in an autonomous manner.