The LPN Clinical Coordinator provides support to clinical field staff and the Clinical Supervisor through completion of staff assignments, scheduling, clinical support, and coordination. This is a full-time, office-based position that reports to our Syracuse Headquarters.
Performance Responsibilities and Standards:
Provides administrative and technical support to the Clinical Supervisor and clinical staff.
Responsible for maintaining availability of employees in scheduling system.
Responsible for supporting the clinicians, Clinical Supervisor in the initial and ongoing scheduling of the patient visits for all disciplines including onboarding clinicians.
Completes reconciliation of schedules for assigned team/clinicians/HHA supervisions.
Coordinates with intake staff and other departments for efficient and timely initiation of services.
Triage of telephone calls, taking verbal orders, writing orders, and notifying appropriate staff.
Document accurately and completely as required.
Track and disseminate information to appropriate department(s) regarding patients in facilities.
Participates in departmental educational in-service and team planning sessions.
Participates in appropriate agency meetings and quality improvement and utilization review activities of the organization.
Responsible for obtaining ongoing authorizations as required.
Participates in special projects and performs other duties as requested.
Graduate of an accredited licensed practical nursing program with current New York State Licensed Practical Nurse registration.
Skills necessary include excellent computer, verbal, and written communication skills.
Excellent organizational skills with the ability to prioritize multiple tasks.
Excellent customer service both internal and external customers.
Able to communicate effectively in English, both verbally and in writing.
Adequate verbal, visual, and hearing ability sufficient to express and comprehend written and verbal communication.
Ability to sit for long periods of the day.
Frequent sitting, standing, walking.
Ability to pushing, pull, reach, and kneel.
Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Category III Employee who rarely has contact with blood and body fluids.
Compensation & Benefits:
Competitive Salary with:
401K with generous Employer match
Medical, Dental, Vision plans
Tuition Reimbursement toward BSN after 6 months of employment
Exceptional work/life balance - no rotating shifts
Partially funded HSA
Employee Recognition Platform
Paid Time Off, Holidays, and Extended Sick Leave
Short/Long term Disability
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
About Nascentia Health:
Nascentia Health is leading the way in home care, post acute care and long-term community health. A healthcare system without walls, Nascentia is an innovator in the concept of healthcare, truly focused on the patient as a whole. By serving people in their homes, Nascentia Health is able to provide true holistic care. We can address immediate needs, help support positive long term medical and lifestyle choices that provide for better outcomes, leverage cutting edge in-home care technologies, and help avoid unnecessary visits to busy healthcare facilities.
Our employees are our greatest asset. They work hard every day to make our system amazing and are dedicated to our mission of being the premier home and community-based care system for the regions we serve. We want everyone to love what they do, be excited about coming to work, and take pride in being part of our team.
Nascentia Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE)
Employment is contingent upon negative results of a pre-hire drug screen