Nurse Coordinator describes a variety of specialized nursing positions that provide assistance in planning, coordinating, and delivering patient care for selected patient populations across the continuum of care using the nursing process, ensuring compliance with physician orders and established policies and procedures.
The Nursing process is used as a structured mechanism for critical thinking and problem solving in providing effective and appropriate care within a safe and confidential environment from admission to discharge.
Coordinates all aspects of the patient's home care, interacting with other disciplines as needed, and provides professional care to the patient as indicated by agency policies, State and Federal laws and regulations.
Facilitates the clinical progression of care and collaborates with health plan member, family and members of the military health care team utilization community resources to provide the best quality of care.
The RN-Medical Oncology is responsible for knowing his/her professional scope of practice as defined by the California Business and Professional Code and must maintain applicable and current licensing.
Provides safe and effective training and oversight of the delivery of home dialysis therapy to the patient in compliance with standards outlined in the Home Peritoneal Dialysis Policy and Procedure Manual, or/Home Hemodialysis Policy and Procedure Manual, as well as regulations set forth by the Corporation, state and federal agencies.