Our Registered Nurses are responsible for providing IV nursing care in the home or ambulatory setting, performing in-hospital discharge assessments and occasional IV hook-ups, teaching patients about their home infusion therapy, and providing ongoing monitoring of their treatment. BioScrip seeks RNs who are customer-service oriented and seeking growth.
This RN Nurse Educator will be responsible for the design, implementation, and evaluation of orientation, basic and advanced education programs and specialized courses for all levels of nursing personnel.
In this role, the Endoscopy Nurse Leader will provide clinical and administrative leadership for nursing staff by developing and implementing programs, services, procedures and quality nursing/AORN standards to ensure exemplary care for patients undergoing endoscopy procedures at the facility.
In this role, you will work with the brightest minds in healthcare to make tomorrow better for countless human beings. Its the kind of nursing that requires an unwavering commitment to excellence and a constant spirit of professionalism.
Provide skilled professional nursing care to patient/family/caregivers as prescribed by the physician and in compliance with regulations by the State Board of Registered Nursing and company policies when called upon after hours.
In this role, you will be responsible to provide admission, case management, and follow-up skilled nursing visits for home health patients. Administer on-going care and case management for each patient, provide necessary follow-up as directed by the clinical manager.
In this role, the Dialysis Nurse Educator / Infection Control Nurse (RN) will be responsible for planning and implementing ongoing education, training and program opportunities to new and present employees in accordance with established standards, regulatory guidelines, new initiatives and best practices.
The successful candidates will provide anesthetic care for all types of patients and procedures. Responsibilities will include administering anesthesia during surgery and/or procedures, while continuously monitoring and managing patient vital signs and reactions.