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Medical, Dental and Vision
401(k) Retirement Plan
Employee Assistance Program
Group Purchasing Program
Life Insurance and Disability benefits
Paid Time Off Plan
The Wellness Director (Nursing/RN; Nursing/LVN/LPN) is responsible for the administration of nursing services. He/she directs, plans, and coordinates the services and activities of professional nursing and auxiliary nursing personnel in rendering resident care. The Wellness Director will interpret policy and regulations to all nursing personnel and ensure compliance. Responsibilities include: analysis and evaluation of nursing and related services rendered to ensure quality of resident care; oversight of resident healthcare service's needs, including the overall medication delivery system and the coordination of in-service training for the Wellness department; contributes directly and positively to the team approach to quality resident care by attending to and assisting with a variety of physical, emotional, and social needs to help residents maintain the highest level of independence possible.
Responsible for ensuring clinical services are provided in accordance with state regulations, accepted clinical standards, and Community policies and procedures.
Assists in the coordination and management of nursing and personal care associate services provided to residents.
Provides nursing services to residents:
Provides care and services to residents whose conditions are chronic and stable.
Verifying resident's medication regimen with physicians or healthcare practitioners for Residents who require supervision.
Provides assistance to Residents with activities of daily living, including bathing, dressing, eating, toileting, hygiene and mobility, if needed.
Is aware and knowledgeable of the federal and state laws and regulations regarding assisted living/memory care and the regulations of the state's nursing commission; ensures and maintains regulatory compliance with all such regulations.
Assists in the coordination and management of care and services for residents through the following:
Pre move-in assessments, review of paperwork, and initial Resident Service Plan Development.
Assessment and Service Plan
Identifies need for additional assessment, health monitoring, or other coordination of care needs.
Initiates Resident Service Plan review process.
Coordinates Resident healthcare in collaboration with residents, their families, and outside healthcare agencies, including referral when indicated.
Conducts regular Service Plan Reviews with Resident families, including meetings with responsible parties and including appropriate staff whenever changes in care levels occur.
Staff Training, Education and Supervision:
Coordinates and participates in initial job-specific orientation and training through routine review of training documents, in accordance with community policies and procedures.
Coordinates and conducts continuing training and education on a regular basis, as identified through routine auditing.
Reviews documentation and communication of Wellness Associates.
Supervises assigned personnel in the delivery of nursing services and assistance with activities.
Proper and accurate documentation.
Delegation: Provides RN delegation, in accordance with state regulations and Community policy.
Available after-hours for issues related to current resident needs; may be required to return to the Community or to conduct offsite assessment at certain times.
Infection Control: Maintains compliance with Community policies on Immunizations, Infection Control, and Infectious Disease Management.
Move-Out/Discontinuation of Services: Assists Residents who no longer require services.
Quality Assurance: Completes routine auditing of all resident care systems, in accordance with all QA tools.
Prepares monthly Wellness staffing schedule. Available after hours to be on-call for situations related to resident care.
Provides weekly reports to General Manager regarding any issues associated with the provision of core services for the Solvere Senior Living Managed Community and prepares summaries to be provided to the governing authority, in accordance with the schedule established by the governing authority.
Participates in other resident care services and community-related duties, as assigned by the General Manager.
Follows all emergency procedures.
Understands all safety policies and procedures.
Communicates effectively with General Manager and other community team members.
Must be a Registered Nurse (and in some limited cases a Licensed Vocational Nurse-LVN or Licensed Practical Nurse-LPN), licensed to practice in the State with either of the following:
A baccalaureate degree in nursing and a minimum of two (2) years of full time, or the equivalent of full-time, clinical experience in nursing, at least one year of which shall be in a home healthcare agency or Community health program that included care of the sick at home; or
A diploma or associates degree in nursing and at least four (4) years of full-time, or the equivalent of full-time, clinical experience in nursing within the past ten (10) years, at least (1) year of which shall be in a home healthcare agency or Community health program that included care of the sick at home.
Experience and passion in working with seniors.
Able to perform tasks which may be physically demanding such as pushing, bending, and lifting up to 60 pounds.
Able to maintain positive working relationships with Residents, their families, peers, and other staff members.
In good physical and emotional health and free of communicable diseases
Able to perform frequent lifting, pushing, pulling, moving of equipment, bending, and stooping.
Able to spend long periods of time on foot.
Able to react quickly in any situation.
Heritage Of Brookstone