14 Hours Per Pay Period
Essential Functions: Knowledge of general nursing theory and practice including basic knowledge related to nursing, such as biological, physical, medical sciences and their application for better understanding of patient care problems. Position Responsibilities: 1. Performs nursing duties at the clinic, which includes escorting patients to exam rooms; obtaining accurate vital signs, medical history, and patient’s chief complaint and documenting in medical record; assessing condition for triage, assisting physician in examination and treatment of patient, providing discharge instructions. 2. Administers screening tests in accordance to established procedures (vision, EKG’s, etc.) 3. Administer approved medications and vaccines as directed by the physician in accordance with good nursing practice. 4. Performs phlebotomy duties (drawing blood, collecting urine samples, etc.). 5. Communicates necessary information to patients, referral physicians and others both in person and by phone. 6. Participates in maintenance of complete, confidential records on all patients and accurately handles documentation charting. 7. Operates and maintains all equipment according to specifications and with necessary controls. 8. Must have good computer skills and know the system in order to help assist patients or receptionist as needed. 9. Maintains and stocks supplies and medications and monitors expiration date. Exposes of expired medications according to hospital and/or clinic policy. 10. Responsible for following infection control and safety policies and procedures as are implemented per clinic policy and procedure. 11. Assists physician with minor surgical procedures. 12. Responsible to maintain surgical packs in proper order and keep in stock an adequate number of packs. 13. Responsible for maintaining well stocked and organized exam rooms. 14. Responsible for following Universal Precautions. 15. Responsible for reporting abnormal diagnostic test and vital signs results to physician. 16. Must maintain a good working relationship with receptionist/biller and physician to make the clinic work flow efficiently. 17. Must have the ability to assist patients in a courteous manner at all times. 18. Responsible for completion of pediatric growth chart and immunization. 19. Responsible for maintaining geriatric patient safety and monitoring of geriatric patients vital signs with reporting of abnormal findings to the physician. 20. Orientates new personnel as appropriate. 21. Maintaining Patient Charts with current information according to hospital and/or clinic policy. 22. Must attend all required training offered by the Clinic Director or the Education department. 23. Must review hospital and clinic policy and procedures asking for assistance if there is an area that needs clarification. 24. Must review and have knowledge of procedures in the Safety manual, MSDS manual and Emergency manual. 25. Practices nursing in accordance with established standards with clinic policy and procedures. 26. Supports and adheres to clinic policies and procedures. 27. Treat patients and physician in a courteous manner. 28. Must be dependable, trustworthy, and flexible. 29. Adheres to clinic policy on checking medications with physician’s order prior to administration. 30. Conforms to hospital dress code. 31. Must have the ability to think clearly and make logical decisions in emergency situations.
Position Posted On: 09/10/2019
If interested, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
Mail your application to:
Hamilton Memorial Hospital
c/o Human Resources
PO Box 429
McLeansboro, IL 62859
Or, Fax your application to: 618-643-2875
Or, email your application to: Bobbie Hamblin.