In this role, you will increase frequency of patient assessment and documentation based on changes in the patient's status. Provides input for discharge planning and follow-up and assists in the coordination of an interdisciplinary approach to patient care.
In this role, must have a unique opportunity to build your career in a flexible, autonomous environment. Working with new and different people and personalities, and with physicians and nurses from various facilities, will make each day an exciting challenge.
As a Clinical Coordinator at DaVita you will have the opportunity to excel as the superior dialysis nurse, mentor and clinical expert you are-and have a dramatic impact on the lives of our patients and their families.
In this role, the selected candidate will assess patient's health status, collects and documents data to charts, determines diagnosis by analyzing collected data, determines and implements plan of care, and evaluates patient's progress.
The Registered Nurse / RN job provides planning and delivery of direct and indirect patient care through the nursing process of Assessment, Planning, Intervention, and Evaluation. The Registered Nurse / RN develops nursing care plan in coordination with patient, family, and interdisciplinary staff as necessary.
The staff nurse is responsible for providing the immediate and short term nursing care needs and planning for the long term nursing care needs of patients according to the Indiana Nurse Practice act and the Scott Memorial Hospital polices and procedures.
The rn unit care coordinator is responsible for supervising, implementing, coordinating, and managing patient care through interpersonal contact with patients, families, nursing staff, and others on his/her respective unit in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations, and life care standards.
The staff nurse is responsible for providing the immediate and short-term nursing needs and planning for the long term needs of the patient according to the Indiana Nurse Practice Act and polices of the company.