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REGISTERED NURSE - CLINIC - OB/PEDIATRICS/FAMILY PRACTICE -

Job Details

Bachelor's Degree Preferred

POSITION OVERVIEW

This position is a combination of Prenatal Care Coordinator, Pediatrics, and Family Practice

The Prenatal Care Coordinator will utilize various methods for education so the patient and support system are able to understand. The nurse will be able to do assessments, education, referrals and other job duties via face to face and by phone. The role supports the OB/GYN clinic with returning patient phone calls, prior authorizations, etc. The position also rounds in the Birthing Center mostly for breastfeeding education with new moms.

The Registered Nurse utilizes the nursing process when assisting with the delivery of primary health care and patient care management in the clinic setting. The R. N. performs a wide variety of patient care activities including documentation within the medical record. The R. N. utilizes nursing skills when assessing and triaging patients and recommending follow-up care. The position requires the ability to make decisions consistent with nursing practice, clinic policies and observance of confidentiality of patient information.

Hours for this positions are as follows.

M- 8-5 Prenatal Care Coordinator position

Tu - Hours between 7 AM 7 PM working in Family Practice

W - AM or PM Prenatal Care Coordinator position

TH - Hours between 7 AM 7 PM working in Family Practice

F 8-12 Prenatal Care Coordinator position

LOCATION: Medford, WI

SKILLS & REQUIREMENTS

Our ideal candidate will possess the following skills:

A Registered Nurse with at least three years' experience.

Experience in an OB/GYN hospital setting or a clinic OB/GYN setting.

Experience in a Family Practice setting.

EDUCATION

Candidates should possess one or more of the following:

Knowledge of patient care standards normally acquired through graduation of an accredited R. N. program.

An active Wisconsin RN nursing license.

Current CPR certification or obtained within 90 days of hire.



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