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Clinical Coordinator II - RN

Neurological Surgery

Clinical Coordinator II - RN

  • 529458
  • Medical Center
  • Neurological Surgery
  • Full Time
  • Opening on: Sep 12 2022
  • Grade 105
  • Job Type: Officer of Administration
  • Regular/Temporary: Regular
  • Hours Per Week: 35
 

Position Summary

The Registered Nurse will report directly to the Director of Clinical Operations and Business Development. This ambulatory nursing position will serve as a key member of the patient care team. The Registered Nurse performs telephonic, electronic, and in person nursing assessments consistent with the NYS nursing scope of practice. The role serves as a clinical lead in the practice with responsibility for ensuring the clinical competency of and adherence to appropriate scope of care of the medical assistants and licensed practical nurses in the practices and the maintenance of infection prevention and control procedures. The role contributes to continuous quality improvement projects and participates in population health initiatives. The RN will work closely with multiple providers as well as other clinical and administrative staff to deliver and excellent patient experience that contributes to positive health outcomes for patients and a work culture of kindness, collaboration, integrity, accountability, and excellence.


Responsibilities

  • Executes nursing interventions by collaborating with the care team and following the standards of care established by the Department of Neurological Surgery
  • Assesses and systematically collects data related to patient health status and works with the care team to develop the plan of care
  • Utilizes data to continuously meet care coordination needs across settings in conjunction with the patient, family and/or other care providers
  • Assumes responsibility and accountability for effectively managing nursing care of individual patients
  • Documents nursing assessment and interventions to reflect comprehensive and integrated approach to patient care
  • Identifies learning needs of the patient and families, educates by adapting to patient and family learning style utilizing the teach-back method
  • Provides care that is safe, ethical, patient- and family-centered, culturally congruent and evidence-based
  • There are skills and responsibilities that are common across the Department of Neurological Surgery. The Registered Nurse (RN) may perform any or all of these skills and responsibilities:
  • Telephone, My Chart and in-person triage (for symptom management)
  • Review and act on test results (lab, x-ray)
  • Review and manage communications from internal and external “customers”
  • Assist or perform procedures (e.g. ECGs, dressing changes, subcutaneous or intra-muscular injections, etc.)
  • Provide patient education
  • Execute delegation protocols
  • Assist with medication management (e.g. medication renewals)
  • Complete accurate and timely documentation in the electronic medical record
  • Assist with management of urgent and emergent patient care situations
  • Serve as a mentor and resource to others
  • Assist with the coordination of care across the continuum (e.g. inpatient, outpatient, home, skilled nursing facility, schools)
  • Assist with the management of patients with multiple chronic health conditions, acute episodes of care, behavioral health challenges while promoting and supporting prevention and wellness
  • May float to other clinics on as needed for operations need
  • Evaluate Post Op Patients and remove sutures
  • Other duties as assigned appropriate to scope, education, and/or training

Minimum Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree in Nursing or equivalent in education and experience, plus four years of related experience
  • BLS certified
  • Current and unrestricted New York State RN license

Preferred Qualifications

  • Ability to work in a fast-paced and diverse environment, and demonstrate excellent interpersonal skills
  • Possess strong time management skills, strong multi-tasking abilities and the ability to exercise good judgement
  • ACLS Preferred
  • Ability to perform sedentary work that primarily involves sitting or standing for long periods of time
  • Travel between clinical sites may be required depending on need
  • OSHA
  • Duties performed routinely require exposure to blood, body fluid, and tissue. Incumbent is expected to perform/assist in emergency care and/or first aid as needed

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