In this role, you will be responsible for coordinator will advocate for the patient and family by identifying and valuing patient choice, spiritual needs, cultural, language and socioeconomic barreris to care transitions.
The RN is responsible for monitoring the patients physiological status in the immediate operative period; communicate with the surgeon and anesthesiologist about patient conditions and receives direction for patient management.
In this role, the candidate will demonstrate skills in delegation, leadership and team management concepts; demonstrate knowledge of the performance standards of other nursing team members; demonstrate skill and knowledge of blood transfusions.
The Valley Area Stroke Coordinator is accountable for the Telestroke System, coordination of the Advanced Primary Stroke Centers, and the Valley Area Dashboard Metrics performance and performance improvement.
The Primary Care Clinician is an experienced RN who is responsible for the overall management of approximately 25 patients including the provision of direct care with a designated visit productivity standard.
In this role, the candidate will plan, manage and coordinate the professional nursing care delivered to surgical patients; provides specialized care and treatment; directs and supervises the ancillary nursing personnel; works in collaboration with all members of the healthcare team; maintains AORN standards of professional nursing practice.
In this role, the selected candidate will review and update care plans for continuity of care and facilitates plan modifications including barriers to goals and interventions for members being coached through the transition of care from the inpatient and or skilled nursing facility.