M Health Fairview has an immediate opening for an RN Case Manager at the Vascular Center.
This is a 1.0 FTE (80 hour per two week pay period), benefits-eligible opening.
A mix between Vascular surgery case management, triage, Wound care, Vein procedures and Podiatry. The ability to go to 2 sites St Johns and woodwinds with the possibility of Wyoming Lakes hospital on occassion.
Completes non-invasive testing procedures on patients in HEVC as directed.
Under the direction of the Vascular Center physician/nurse practitioner, prepares and implements a care plan according to the Vascular Center written orders and updates appropriately.
Provides ancillary patient care needs to include, but not limited to: review of laboratory and culture data; appropriate interaction with physicians and pharmacies; triaging of telephone calls; interaction with caregivers.
Completes and documents wound and vascular assessment on both new and follow-up patients for each patient visit.
Assess patient's educational needs.
Provides communication between the Center and ancillary departments and care givers to facilitate compliance with vascular and wound plans of care including orthotics, physical medicine, etc.
Implements wound and vascular patient care protocols where positive viral screens occur.
Coordinates the ordering of clinical supplies and PDWHF as needed.
Maintains knowledge of, and complies with, all relevant laws, regulations, policies, procedures and standards.
Actively participates in creating and implementing improvements.
Performs other responsibilities as needed/assigned.
1 to 2 years clinical RN experience.
Knowledge of adult learning principles and teaching skills.
Knowledge of asepsis and clean technique/wound care management principles.
Knowledge of vascular disease.
Associate's Degree in Nursing required.
Experience with vascular wound patients preferred.
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