Community healthcare Network is seeking for a Full-Time RN Manager to assist the clinic clients in addressing health problems; executes physicians' orders, diagnoses and treats human responses to actual or potential health problems through such services as case finding, health counseling and provision of care supportive to or retroactive of life and well-being. The RN Manager will be responsible for the overall functioning of an assigned area of the Ambulatory Care Department. Maintains a smooth patient flow in the area under his/her supervision. Recommends and implements procedures to improve the quality of service and maintain efficiency and will participate in planning, coordination and the delivery of patient education, health enhancement and disease prevention activities on behalf of community residents and patients, while maintaining standards of professional nursing.
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Coordinates clinic activity.
Coordinates the development, implementation and evaluation of the nursing regime for all clinic patients/clients.
Records, reports and interprets nursing services and client's responses.
Collaborates with appropriate members of the health team to facilitate the highest quality of services.
Identifies components of the nursing regime which may be delegated to allied nursing personnel and provides teaching and guidance as necessary.
Participates in the evaluation of allied nursing personnel (i.e., LPN, MA).
Supervises all referrals and follow-up including correspondence thereto.
Implements maintenance and interpretation of standards of nursing practice.
Reviews and analyzes trends pertinent to delivery of nursing care services and collaborates with Director of Nursing for innovation.
Participates in interdepartmental and interdisciplinary meeting which influences or determines policies affecting nursing practice.
Assists the Center Director in the maintenance of a system of peer review for nursing personnel and allied nursing personnel.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Job Type: 35 Hours per week (Full-time).
Compensation: ranges between $86k- $92k per year.
Excellent Benefits and PTO package.
What We Look For:
Graduate of an accredited School of Nursing, BSN preferred.
Currently registered to practice as a Registered Nurse in New York State.
Current CPR certificate or plan to attend a CPR training course within six (6) months of employment.
At least one year experience in supervisory capacity; service experience, preferably in primary care, maternal and child health, and/or public health preferred.
Community Healthcare Network