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LPN - Out Patient - $22.65 - $26.00/HR **PERMANENT PERMANENT**

In Montana / United States

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LPN - Out Patient - $22.65 - $26.00/HR **PERMANENT PERMANENT**

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Great Falls Montana / United States

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Description of Position: Responsible for providing nursing care for clinic patients following established standards and practices, while working within scope of licensure as a licensed practical nurse. Functions as the primary liaison between patients, staff and providers. Works collaboratively with the interdisciplinary team to meet the needs of the patient. Must be able to take vital signs, triage patient calls, refill prescriptions, complete necessary prior authorizations and to help support their team of co-workers. Gives direction to: CNA's and Schedulers. Receives direction from: Providers, Coordinators and Clinical Managers/Supervisors and RN's. Basic Great Falls Clinic Performance Criteria Completes CORE requirements. Employee maintains current licenses and/or certifications required for the position. Is knowledgeable of compliance requirements for federally funded healthcare programs (e.g. Medicare and Medicaid) regarding fraud, waste and abuse. Brings any questions or concerns regarding compliance to the immediate attention of administrative staff. Takes appropriate action on concerns reported by department staff related to compliance. Essential Functions/Responsibilities: Essential functions are the duties and responsibilities that are essential to the position (not a task list. Be specific without giving explicit instructions on how to perform the task. Do not include duties that are to be performed in the future. Duties should be action oriented and avoid vague or general statements. Essential Function: Patient Assessment a) Accurately obtains and documents patient vital signs, medications and current reason for appointment in a timely manner. Prepares patients for visit prior to provider exam and obtains and documents an accurate history as required b) Accurately assesses the situation, considers alternatives and chooses the appropriate course of action within scope of license. c) Uses appropriate equipment. d) Assist providers and/or other nursing staff as appropriate e) Complies with Provider standing orders Essential Function: Effective and Professional Communication a) Demonstrates effective listening, written and oral skills to effectively communicate with patients, providers and allied staff. b) Properly relays pertinent information to the appropriate authority in a timely manner. c) Follows documentation standards d) Maintains confidentiality per GFC and HIPAA regulations e) Uses appropriate forms/processes when tests or procedures are ordered. f) Delegates appropriately to unlicensed personnel according to licensure for the State of Montana g) Participates in team huddles and other activities to ensure smooth office flow h) Follows chain of command Essential Function: Critical Thinking a) Effectively asks questions relevant to the situation & clearly defines the problems. b) Properly uses knowledge of previous experience and resources to guide problem solving, collaboratively examines the process objectively to arrive at a decision c) Acts on decisions effectively Essential Function: PROVIDES GENERAL NURSING CARE, ADMINISTERS PRESCRIBED MEDICATIONS AND TREATMENTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH NURSING STANDARDS AND SCOPE OF PRACTICE and provider delegation a) Maintains universal precautions and complies with all OSHA and Clinic standards and safety guidelines. b) Effectively communicates provider advice and instructions. c) Educates patient about diagnostic procedures, medication, etc. and provides appropriate educational/informational material. d) Maintains/reviews patient records, charts and other pertinent information. Posts tests and examination results accurately and in a timely manner. e) Proficient and accurately documents in EHR in a timely manner f) Safe and accurate administration of medications to include the 6-Rights and has less than 2 medication errors/year and no adverse outcomes to patients. g) Uses only facility approved abbreviations h) Demonstrates competency in IM, SQ, Z-track & dermal injections and IV insertions. Essential Function: Proper Use of Equipment and Workspace a) Files IT, Maintenance and Biomed tickets for repair of equipment b) Maintains exam rooms for necessary supplies and materials. Ensures cleanliness. Prepares list of medical supplies needed. Prepares equipment and aids provider during treatment, examination and testing of patients. c) Properly uses all equipment to include but not limited to: computers and printers, copies, fax machines, and telephones, BP cuffs, oximeters, etc., d) Maintains an organized, clutter-free work environment & follows universal precautions e.g. no food at the workspace. e) Cleans exam rooms after each patient visit f). Uses Clinic equipment for business purposes only. Essential Function: E.H.R. Workflow a) Effective management of office workflow including appointments, referrals, orders, medication refills, order follow up, documentation and patient communication b) Appropriate and accurate categorization and labeling of medical records c) Understand and completes essential elements of quality metrics. d)) Anticipates chart preparation and patient needs including records prior records, communication with patients about follow up and anticipated care needs. Essential Function: Quality a) Actively participates in quality improvement e.g. patient satisfaction and/or quality initiatives. b) In-depth knowledge of State and Federal quality of care regulations; CPC, CMS, APIC (Infection Prevention Standards) c) Understanding of quality and risk management principles. Essential Function: Professional Accountability a) Follows Great Falls Clinic LPN. Scope of Practice b) Follows dress Code c)Wears Name badge greater than 90% of the time d)Utilizes GFC Employee Tracking Record to document education and presents the form to supervisor during annual review. e) Maintains CEUs per licensing requirements Education: Graduate of a Nursing Program. Follows most current standards for continuing education requirements as dictated by State/Federal licensure requirements. Experience: will consider new gradIf desire Pediatrics, immunization/vaccination experience required License(s)/Certification(s): Current state LPN license. Basic Life Support, from a College of Technology/Nursing; Follows most current standards for continuing education requirements as dictated by State/Federal licensure requirements. Basic Life Support, Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Medical Terminology. Basic Nursing Principles and Procedures. Key Boarding Skills. Basic Office Skills. Other: Use of usual and customary equipment used to perform essential functions of the position.

Shift: Typically Monday through Friday, 8a - 5p

Specialty Type: Nursing

Sub Specialties: LPN

General Certifications : ACLS BLS/BCLS PALS NRP ATT

Nursing Certifications : CPI ENPC RNFA TNCC AWHONN NIHSS STABLE ASLS

Position Details

POSTED:

Jun 23, 2021

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SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S16204866867506135

LOCATION:

Montana / United States

CITY:

Great Falls

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Description of Position: Responsible for providing nursing care for clinic patients following established standards and practices, while working within scope of licensure as a licensed practical nurse. Functions as the primary liaison between patients, staff and providers. Works collaboratively with the interdisciplinary team to meet the needs of the patient. Must be able to take vital signs, triage patient calls, refill prescriptions, complete necessary prior authorizations and to help support their team of co-workers. Gives direction to: CNA's and Schedulers. Receives direction from: Providers, Coordinators and Clinical Managers/Supervisors and RN's. Basic Great Falls Clinic Performance Criteria Completes CORE requirements. Employee maintains current licenses and/or certifications required for the position. Is knowledgeable of compliance requirements for federally funded healthcare programs (e.g. Medicare and Medicaid) regarding fraud, waste and abuse. Brings any questions or concerns regarding compliance to the immediate attention of administrative staff. Takes appropriate action on concerns reported by department staff related to compliance. Essential Functions/Responsibilities: Essential functions are the duties and responsibilities that are essential to the position (not a task list. Be specific without giving explicit instructions on how to perform the task. Do not include duties that are to be performed in the future. Duties should be action oriented and avoid vague or general statements. Essential Function: Patient Assessment a) Accurately obtains and documents patient vital signs, medications and current reason for appointment in a timely manner. Prepares patients for visit prior to provider exam and obtains and documents an accurate history as required b) Accurately assesses the situation, considers alternatives and chooses the appropriate course of action within scope of license. c) Uses appropriate equipment. d) Assist providers and/or other nursing staff as appropriate e) Complies with Provider standing orders Essential Function: Effective and Professional Communication a) Demonstrates effective listening, written and oral skills to effectively communicate with patients, providers and allied staff. b) Properly relays pertinent information to the appropriate authority in a timely manner. c) Follows documentation standards d) Maintains confidentiality per GFC and HIPAA regulations e) Uses appropriate forms/processes when tests or procedures are ordered. f) Delegates appropriately to unlicensed personnel according to licensure for the State of Montana g) Participates in team huddles and other activities to ensure smooth office flow h) Follows chain of command Essential Function: Critical Thinking a) Effectively asks questions relevant to the situation & clearly defines the problems. b) Properly uses knowledge of previous experience and resources to guide problem solving, collaboratively examines the process objectively to arrive at a decision c) Acts on decisions effectively Essential Function: PROVIDES GENERAL NURSING CARE, ADMINISTERS PRESCRIBED MEDICATIONS AND TREATMENTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH NURSING STANDARDS AND SCOPE OF PRACTICE and provider delegation a) Maintains universal precautions and complies with all OSHA and Clinic standards and safety guidelines. b) Effectively communicates provider advice and instructions. c) Educates patient about diagnostic procedures, medication, etc. and provides appropriate educational/informational material. d) Maintains/reviews patient records, charts and other pertinent information. Posts tests and examination results accurately and in a timely manner. e) Proficient and accurately documents in EHR in a timely manner f) Safe and accurate administration of medications to include the 6-Rights and has less than 2 medication errors/year and no adverse outcomes to patients. g) Uses only facility approved abbreviations h) Demonstrates competency in IM, SQ, Z-track & dermal injections and IV insertions. Essential Function: Proper Use of Equipment and Workspace a) Files IT, Maintenance and Biomed tickets for repair of equipment b) Maintains exam rooms for necessary supplies and materials. Ensures cleanliness. Prepares list of medical supplies needed. Prepares equipment and aids provider during treatment, examination and testing of patients. c) Properly uses all equipment to include but not limited to: computers and printers, copies, fax machines, and telephones, BP cuffs, oximeters, etc., d) Maintains an organized, clutter-free work environment & follows universal precautions e.g. no food at the workspace. e) Cleans exam rooms after each patient visit f). Uses Clinic equipment for business purposes only. Essential Function: E.H.R. Workflow a) Effective management of office workflow including appointments, referrals, orders, medication refills, order follow up, documentation and patient communication b) Appropriate and accurate categorization and labeling of medical records c) Understand and completes essential elements of quality metrics. d)) Anticipates chart preparation and patient needs including records prior records, communication with patients about follow up and anticipated care needs. Essential Function: Quality a) Actively participates in quality improvement e.g. patient satisfaction and/or quality initiatives. b) In-depth knowledge of State and Federal quality of care regulations; CPC, CMS, APIC (Infection Prevention Standards) c) Understanding of quality and risk management principles. Essential Function: Professional Accountability a) Follows Great Falls Clinic LPN. Scope of Practice b) Follows dress Code c)Wears Name badge greater than 90% of the time d)Utilizes GFC Employee Tracking Record to document education and presents the form to supervisor during annual review. e) Maintains CEUs per licensing requirements Education: Graduate of a Nursing Program. Follows most current standards for continuing education requirements as dictated by State/Federal licensure requirements. Experience: will consider new gradIf desire Pediatrics, immunization/vaccination experience required License(s)/Certification(s): Current state LPN license. Basic Life Support, from a College of Technology/Nursing; Follows most current standards for continuing education requirements as dictated by State/Federal licensure requirements. Basic Life Support, Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: Medical Terminology. Basic Nursing Principles and Procedures. Key Boarding Skills. Basic Office Skills. Other: Use of usual and customary equipment used to perform essential functions of the position.

Shift: Typically Monday through Friday, 8a - 5p

Specialty Type: Nursing

Sub Specialties: LPN

General Certifications : ACLS BLS/BCLS PALS NRP ATT

Nursing Certifications : CPI ENPC RNFA TNCC AWHONN NIHSS STABLE ASLS


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