In this role, the selected candidate will be responsible for the prevention, recognition, and treatment of on-the-job illness and injuries; must be able to work autonomously with minimal supervision, effectively manage medical emergencies, and often work as the single medical care provider.
In this role, you will performing the duties of this job you may be asked to intermittently sit, stand, and walk, reach with hand and arms, stoop, lift, kneel, crouch, talk and hear, use close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, frequent phone use and typing.
In this role, the selected candidate prescribes and monitors medications as allowed by prescriptive authority through the applicable state Board of Nursing and CCF policy. Develops patient education plan.
In this role, you will provide services in accordance with the Plan of Care and make necessary revisions using appropriate preventive and rehabilitative nursing procedures. Conduct patient care conferences on patients assigned to his/her care.
In this role, the selected candidate provides occupational health services (i.e., post-offer physicals, occupational surveillance exams, medical monitoring, return to work exams and Workers Compensation medical guidance) in some health centers.
The Occupational Health Nurse (OHN) is responsible for the prevention, recognition, and treatment of on-the-job illness and injuries. This position requires skills and knowledge in health and safety education, counseling, environmental health, safety, rehabilitation, and human relations.
In this role, you will oversee and provide primary care, including all clinical care, palliative care, and symptom control and identify other physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs for assigned patients.
The staff nurse / case manager makes the initial patient evaluation visit except in circumstances where the physician has ordered therapy only and the supervising nurse approves admission by the therapist.