Occupational Health LPN - PRNApply Job ID 25493 Date posted Sep. 18, 2023 Location New York, New York
QuadMed is looking for a go-getter LPN PRN to be a part of the team dedicated to providing day-to-day clinical and operational activities for Occupational Health Services. The LPN will be a highly motivated, quality-conscious healthcare professional with the ability to work in an environment where one-on-one time with patients and positive outcomes are the ultimate measurement of success. The successful candidate will focus on prevention and wellness, perform all nursing functions, phone triage, coordinate care with external providers, and patient education as directed by the providers on site.
This role is located in Flushing, NY.
*LPN PRN day and night shift opportunities available
- Provides quality care to all patients. Treats all patients with dignity and respect. Understands, follows, and maintains all Patient Rights.
- Provides prompt, appropriate clinical care to all employees in conformance with company policies, clinical protocols, state regulations and ethical standards. This includes worksite injury/illness triage, treatment coordination with the Wellness Center, and referral to specialists as necessary.
- Ensures accurate and timely documentation into the EMR for all patient care; i.e.-patient interviews and history, vital signs, treatments, test results.
- Maintains confidentiality of all patient and organization information. Follows federal and state regulations and organization policies regarding protection of patient information.
- Assists in the modification of patient treatment plans as indicated by patients’ responses, conditions, and as ordered by the provider.
- Performs other duties to include recording of vital signs, audiograms, vision testing, urine collection, blood collection, spirometry, respirator fit testing, injections and basic first aid
- Cleans and sterilizes medical instruments and equipment. Ensures rooms are stocked with supplies.
- Performs administrative functions, front office functions and schedules appointments as requested.
- Participates in professional development activities and maintains professional affiliations
- Performs other position related duties as assigned
- Appropriate education and/or experience may be substituted on an equivalent basis
- Graduate from an approved nursing program with an associate degree or equivalent
- Minimum one (1) year of clinical experience required. Occupational Health experience preferred.
Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
- Current license in state of residence or compact licensure required
- CPR or BLS certification within 60 days of hire
- Certification in Occupational Health Nursing (COHN or COHN-S), and/or in other Occupational Health related services (CAOHC, NIOSH-approved spirometry) preferred
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:
- Must have working knowledge of practical nursing theories and polices
- emonstrated commitment to promote and enhance diversity and inclusion
- A understanding of the patient care procedures, medical protocols, and testing procedures necessary to support an Occupational Health center.
- Requires the ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing
- Requires organizational and decision-making abilities
- Requires excellent assessment skills
- Computer skills required (electronic medical record experience preferred)
- Proven ability to work successfully with diverse populations and demonstrated commitment to promote and enhance diversity and inclusion
*Employees can be expected to be paid an annualized salary range of $40-$45, based on variations in knowledge, skills, experience and market conditions.
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