This position requires providing service to a one or more age populations including an ill neonate through geriatric patient population in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional/developmental age of the individual served.
The First Line Supervisor is a Registered Professional Nurse and is responsible for the delivery of Patient Care on a specific shift(s), shows evidence of knowledge of Nursing Theory, Principles and Procedures and demonstrates skill, good judgment and good decision-making in applying these Principles in the Clinical setting. He/she is responsible for the planning, delivery and evaluation of Nursing Care.
The supervisor, under the direction of the director of skilled nursing or designee, facilitates improvement in the overall quality, completeness and accuracy of medical record documentation and coordinates and facilitates the patient admission process.
In this role, the selected candidate will serve as a patient advocate and coordinator for other social services and health-care providers in the community who are involved in the care of the teams patients.
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$45K to $75K -Stockton, CA
In this role, you will be responsible for delivery of Patient Care on a specific shift, shows evidence of knowledge of Nursing Theory, Principles and Procedures and demonstrates skill, good judgment and good decision-making in applying these Principles in the Clinical setting.
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