URGENTLY HIRING due to EXPANSION!!!
The Field Nurse (LPN/LVN) conducts in-home/field-based visits to address urgent clinical issues with Landmark patients. While on-site, the Field Nurse will evaluate patients and communicate, via telephone or secure video, with the supervising Landmark provider. The Landmark provider will direct the evaluation and care provided. All activities will fall within the employee’s scope of practice as set by the State they are practicing in.
Saturday and Sundays (2nd shift evenings) including shift differentials
• Patient assessment and evaluation: Vital signs, physical exam, point of care testing (E.g. – glucose levels), venipuncture, EKG, medication compliance and reconciliation, adherence to discharge instructions, etc.
• Patient treatment and procedures: IV therapy, nebulizer treatments, wound care, medication administration, etc. Treatment directives are only per the supervising Landmark Provider’s direction.
• Patient education: Common chronic conditions and education topics include congestive heart failure, COPD, diabetes, hypertension, fall risk assessment, overall health literacy per the direction of the Landmark Provider.
• Landmark Provider collaboration: Discuss evaluation and treatment with supervising Landmark Provider. This collaboration will occur during every patient visit unless the Field Nurse is following an approved Landmark protocol (e.g. Post-Hospital Visit).
• Care coordination: Schedule follow-up telephonic or in-home interactions as needed.
• Documentation: Assist supervising Landmark Provider with documenting findings and outcomes of the visit.
• Other duties as assigned.
• Requires a current LPN or LVN license and a high school diploma or equivalent
• Ability to work a variety of shifts.
• Unrestricted driver’s license and reliable personal vehicle and automobile insurance.
• Urgent care, emergency room, or community home health experience preferred.
• Comfortable working with electronic medical records and mobile technology.
• Solution-oriented mindset and work approach. Charisma and a natural ability to connect with others.
• Excellent communication and interpersonal skills, with a strong emphasis on empathy and building rapport with patients.
• 1+ years of experience evaluating, assessing and providing patient care.
Phlebotomy and IV experience is preferred
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