HEALTHCARE

  

To submit your resume, for any of the positions below:
Please email your resume as a Word Doc/Attachment with your contact information to INCLUDE City and State, for Confidential consideration to Trish Miceli at the following email address:  
trish@staffingpartners.net
 

YOU WILL BE CONTACTED IF YOU ARE QUALIFIED FOR THESE OR 

ANY OTHER POSITIONS THAT BECOME AVAILABLE.

IF YOU ARE ALREADY REGISTERED WITH MICELI~WATTERS, STAFFING PARTNERS OR HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED YOUR RESUME, PLEASE CONTACT OUR OFFICE DIRECTLY. 

THERE IS NO NEED TO RE-APPLY FOR THESE POSTINGS. 

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REGISTERED NURSES

  

Our very well established and growing client is PARTNERING with STAFFING PARTNERSin search of experienced Registered Triage Nurses for 6 IMMEDIATE Long-Term Temporary positions. (There could be potential for converting to client's payroll.)


SALARY: $45.00 - $47.00/HR

BENEFITS: Medical Benefits Available 

(Additional Benefits available if hired onto client's payroll)

LOCATION: Modesto


HOURS / WORK SCHEDULE:

  • 1st WORK SCHEDULE: For Nurses working this schedule - This position is three days one week and then four days the next week. Each shift is ten hours, from 8 am - 6:30 pm. It is Sunday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, and the following week it would be Monday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
  • 2nd WORK SCHEDULE: For Nurses working this schedule - This position is three set days each week. Each shift is 12 hours, from 8 pm - 8:30 am with a second meal period waiver or 7:30 pm - 8:30 am with no second meal period waiver.


SUMMARY:  The Triage Nurse works under the supervision of the Patient Care Manager to provide skilled nursing assessment and care for the comfort and health of patients and families. Responsible for identifying patient/family needs in order to provide supportive care in accordance with plan of care, policies and procedures.


RESPONSIBILITIES:

Nursing Support

  • Telephone triage of patient/family phone calls for symptom management, emotional and practical support. Respond to phone calls within 15 minutes.
  • Perform scheduled home visits to assess needs; teach caregivers pain management, symptom control and patient care skills; and provide physical, emotional and spiritual support to the patient/family.
  • Document nursing visits and phone calls in the electronic medical record by the end of shift.       
  • Attend nursing department meetings, All Staff meetings, and required inservices. 
  • Follows all policies and procedures including, but not limited to, safety, infection control, privacy and confidentiality, and HIPAA.
  • Maintain RN license in accordance with federal, state and local laws, and must act only within the scope of his or her state license. All personnel qualifications must be kept current at all times.


Admissions/Tuck-Ins

  • Responsible for nursing assessment and initial care planning prior to and during the hospice admission process.  Initial assessment to include introduction of hospice services and initial problem-solving meeting with patient/families.
  • Responsible for doing consults (answering questions for patients/families about hospice services) and evaluations (assessing patient current condition and recent history to assist team in evaluating appropriateness for hospice services).  Consults and evaluations will be scheduled at the earliest opportunity agreed upon by the patient/family and documented on the Preadmission Contacts form.
  • Responsible for providing back up support for nursing visits in times of crisis or unusual need.  Home visits made as assigned and documentation complete within one business day.
  • Maintain regular communication with Patient Care Manager and keep her/him informed of any unusual or problematic patient/family issues effecting the admission process and ongoing patient care.
  • Initiate communication with attending physicians, other hospice team members and other community agencies as needed to coordinate optimal care and use of resources for patient/family. 
  • Complete accurate and timely documentation of the initial assessment and plan of care. 
  • Attend death events and provide appropriate support at time of death.  
  • Participate in orientation and supervision of students. Makes joint visits with students and assists in teaching of hospice concept.        


Other Functions:

  • Other duties as assigned, including work in other areas to cover absences or relief to equalize peak work periods or otherwise meet the needs of the organization.
  • Maintains all required confidentiality and privacy requirements of both the organization and the regulatory agencies that have oversight of and for the organization.


QUALIFICATIONS:

  • At least one year recent experience within the last three years as a professional nurse.
  • Possession of a current license to practice as a registered nurse in the State of California.  Timely renewal required.
  • Possession of a valid California Driver’s License and current automobile insurance.  Timely renewal required.
  • CHPN preferred.
  • Possesses and maintains current CPR certification.


ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

Registered Nurses are required to -

  • Provide at least two professional references
  • Able to have previous employment verifications
  • Possess current Registered Nurse license verification
  • Willing to submit to criminal background screening
  • Submit to Physical & Drug test
  • Annual TB screening with a 2-step at hire 
  • Current TDaP vaccination
  • Hepatitis B immunity status by way of titer or shot record
  • Proof of immunity to Measles, Mumps, Rubella and Varicella – can be titers showing immunity or shot record

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