In this role, the Geriatric Psych Nurse Manager (RN) will be responsible for playing a key role in the development of newly hired Nurses (RN) with a focus on the continuous assessment and establishment of standards of nursing performance through orientations, staff development and mentoring in assigned clinical areas.
In this role, you will provide and coordinate patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and their family members.
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$60K to $80K -Manhattan, NY
In this role, the selected candidate will manage the day-to-day intake operations from all referral sources. Works collaboratively with operations and referrers to assure a safe transition to care. Assists the department in meeting goals. Works under general direction.
In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for monitoring the quality of nursing care delivered by reviewing documentation, meeting with patients and/or families, and investigating all practice concerns.
Perform in a non - patient care role providing administration and guidance of daily operations, supervision, staffing, personnel administration, goal accomplishment, maintaining managed care payer relations, and unit level budget preparation.
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Provides high risk patients with chronic disease management and liaises between patient, hospital, physicians office, home care agency, etc. Works to reduce medical complications through identified high risk triggers, compliance with medical appointments and community based care.
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Promotes a level of professionalism on the unit. Motivates academic pursuit and continuing education on the part of the staff by establishing and meeting service based professional certification goals.