The Registered Nurse (RN) ensures the direct nursing care of
patients is conducted within established standards of care,
hospital and unit policies, procedures, and guidelines. May assist
in the developing of case management protocols.
Manages the clinic flow.
Provides continuity of care between the clinic, hospital, ER,
specialists, Home Health, Hospice and LTC facilities.
Triages patients in person and via phone
Assesses the comprehensive nursing needs and develops a nursing
Participates with the providers to develop and implement the
plan of care
Analyzes diagnostic / lab test results and relays that
information to the providers
Coordinates critical results in a timely manner
Provides oversight of medical assistants to ensure patient care
is provided within established guidelines and evaluates the
outcomes of care.
Performs nursing visits within scope of practice.
Provides education and training for medical assistants in
collaboration with the manager and/or RN Quality Manager.
Balances workloads and adjusts staffing in various pods to
adequately cover providers.
Provides safe, family centered nursing patient care and serves
as a consultant to the patients and caregivers
Performs other duties as assigned.
License, Certification, Education or
REQUIRED for the position: Bachelor's in
Nursing (BSN) required within 5 years of employment if applicable
Licensed as a Registered Nurse in the State of Washington Currently
certified in BLS. One (1) year of previous RN experience Chronic
care management and patient education skills Ability to manage a
variety of concurrent programs and projects effectively while
Utilizing time, equipment and supplies appropriately.
DESIRED for the position: Previous lead and/or
supervisory experience demonstrating effective, positive and
constructive feedback skills Master's degree in Nursing