Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Update Care Plans as needed to reflect current resident needs.
Attend Care Plan Conferences and provide overview of nursing care services being provided.
Complete Risk Assessments (Falls, Skin, Elopement, Pain, Side Rails, B and B, and any other required risk assessments) quarterly, annually and with any significant change in status.
Complete and document clinical assessments on all residents with a significant change in condition.
Review and maintain 24 hour report sheet to assure identification of and proper follow through of changes in resident clinical condition.
Draft and maintain acute care plans to address acute changes in resident condition.
Supervise the provision of care by front line nursing staff on unit.
Review clinical documentation to assure accurate and professional representation of resident's clinical condition.
Identify any areas of clinical improvement needed on the unit and formulate plans to address.
Provide mentoring, coaching, education and corrective action as needed to front line nursing staff to assure the provision of quality care and services.
Obtain, review and communicate information regarding residents' nutritional and hydration status in NAR meetings, skin integrity, falls and other systems as assigned.
Communication of all identified areas of concern with Director of Nursing, Administrator, and/or Quality Assurance Committee.
Must be a licensed RN in the State of employment
Minimum two years long-term care experience
Knowledge of ISDH guidelines preferred
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