Clinical RN - Pain Lead

ORA Orthopedics Moline , IL 61265

Posted 2 months ago

Title: Clinical RN - Pain Lead

Employment Type: Full Time

Work Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00AM - 5:00PM

City: Moline

State: Illinois

We care about our employees! We value and respect the talented and committed people that make up our practice. Be a part of an organization that works to make a difference in the lives of its patients by encouraging you to be at your best every day.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Checking patient medical records for pertinent data, verifying procedure, medications and allergies; reviewing and maintaining accurate patient information/demographic data

  • Chart preparation for procedural clinics; rotating through physician/patient clinics when necessary

  • Admitting and preparing patient for procedure; educating patients and their caregivers on the procedure and discharge instructions

  • Responsible for reviewing and responding to all Triage messages in an appropriate time period

  • Coordinating procedure schedules, inventory control and room turnover efficiency

  • Providing direct pre/post procedural care to the patient

  • Responsible for working closely with team members to facilitate efficiency and patient/physician satisfaction as well as promoting a positive team atmosphere for all staff and patients

  • Counseling and coaching the pain staff by guiding, directing and motivating in a team atmosphere

  • Performing projects and duties as related to department objectives; all other duties as assigned

  • Maintaining patient confidentiality and complying with all HIPAA rules and regulations


  • High school diploma or equivalent is required

  • RN License is required

  • Two years of prior RN experience is required

  • Previous leadership experience is preferred

ORA Orthopedics is the Quad Cities largest and most comprehensive orthopedic provider, proudly offering an integrated continuum of orthopedic care that includes orthopedic sub-specialty clinics, walk-in care at our Urgent OrthoCARE clinics, diagnostic imaging, bracing, physical therapy, pharmacy and outpatient surgery. Our physicians are sub-specialty trained in sports medicine, adult reconstruction, hand and upper extremity, trauma, spine, pediatrics, and pain management. We are an organization comprised of physicians and medical and administrative staff working together to provide quality, compassionate, and accessible care. Apply to join our team today!

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Clinical RN - Pain Lead

ORA Orthopedics