Frisbie Memorial Hospital

       

Frisbie Memorial Hospital
Rochester, New Hampshire

Frisbie Memorial Hospital is a full-service Medical Center that provides expert medical care using advanced, cutting-edge technology to diagnose and treat patients with acute and chronic health conditions. In addition, there is local access to several specialty care services allowing patients to be close to all their healthcare providers.

Frisbie Memorial Hospital serves the health care needs of the greater Rochester and Seacoast Region of New Hampshire. New Hampshire’s Seacoast Region is well-known for its rugged coastline, beautiful sandy beaches and historical sites and attractions. New Hampshire, for a relatively small state, has 7 distinct regions each with their own geography, character, culture and lifestyle. These range from The Great North Woods; The White Mountains; the Lakes Region with its crown-jewel Lake Winnipesaukee; the Monadnock region; the Merrimack Valley; the Seacoast; and the Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee region. In addition to every outdoor activity imaginable, there are museums, wineries and breweries, the performing arts, minor league hockey and baseball teams, an outstanding selection of quality restaurants, outlet shopping and an assortment of historic sites and state parks just for starters. And keep in mind, Boston is relatively close by with all of the sights and sounds of the big city if one is so inclined.

At Frisbie, people are the foundation of the health care system. People like you, who are looking for the best health care career – and people like the professionals at Frisbie Memorial Hospital who are dedicated to providing superior individualized patient care. We utilize the latest technology to promote faster healing, better health, higher quality of life and in-turn, career satisfaction. Our dedication to patient focused care has allowed us to secure the trust of our community, and to become top-rated nationally for outstanding patient care, patient safety, quality medical services and exceptional health care careers.

Sign-on Bonuses of up to $10k are available for some of our Nursing positions. Contact us today for details.

Frisbie Memorial Hospital’s ability to excel at caring for the community depends on its people. That’s why we invest in our workforce and reward employees for exceptional performance — and why we offer a comprehensive and highly competitive benefits package.

For more information about Frisbie Memorial Hospital, please visit our careers site at: https://frisbiecareers.com/

Frisbie Memorial is an equal opportunity employer.

RN
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
As a RN in our Emergency Department you will work closely with Physicians, PA's, Paramedics and EMT's to provide immediate treatment of any medical or surgical emergency and the initiation of life saving procedures. Review all test results for ongoing patient assessment. Accepts primary nurse role for assigned patients. Ensures thorough, accurate documentation of relevant data. Minimum requirements include: A licensed Registered Nurse from an accredited school of nursing. BCLS, Basic Arrhythmia, and ACLS Certification preferred. Sign on bonus of up to $10,000 for qualified nurses.
Jul 18, 2019
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
The office nurse provides clinical support to the provider delivering patient care in an office setting. Obtains patient histories and vital signs, preparing patient for examination. Performs simple laboratory tests, administers medications, provides assistance with procedures, and maintains clinical areas, equipment, and supplies. Answers telephones, schedules appointments, maintains files and data entry. Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing,licensed in the state of New Hampshire as an RN; minimum of 2 years experience in a primary care setting preferred. LPNs will also be considered.
Jul 18, 2019
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Sanbornville, Wakefield, NH 03872, USA
The Clinical Coordinator will provide leadership and direction to clinical staff at our Sanbornville, NH location to ensure adequate efficient day-to-day support for providers to deliver quality patient care. May supervise MA's, delegate clinical procedures per state nursing regulations. All clinical procedures will be delegated by provider. Collaborates with the PPS Quality and Education Manager, Practice Administrator/Manager, Director of Operations, Medical Director & VP, Physician Practice Services to address the special needs of the Physician Practice Services staff and patients and addresses problems/incidents of a management or administrative nature. Plays an active leadership role in problem identification and resolution. Performs within the scope of RN licensure as outlined by NH State Nursing regulations. Position Qualifications:Possesses strong clinical, educational and theoretical background; has excellent communication and interpersonal skills.Education: A Registered Nurse from an accredited school of nursing, preferably with a Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing; current license to practice professional nursing in the State of New Hampshire.Experience: Minimum 3-5 years' clinical experience; must possess a broad understanding of both theory and clinical practice; effective communication and organizational skills and demonstrated teaching ability are essential; must be able to manage multiple priorities.
Jul 17, 2019
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
Position Objective:The Resource RN is primarily responsible for adhering to the hospital's Standards of Patient Care to deliver safe and quality patient care. The RN performs all treatments and procedures as outlined in the Standards Manual and applicable regulatory and professional entities/guidelines, standards, protocols, and procedures within the scope of RN practice. Furthermore, the RN delegates, coordinates and directly supervises patient care provided by LPNs, CNAs, Unit Aides and Unit Coordinators. Patient Population Served:The Resource RN is expected to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care based on the physical ability, intellectual development, psychosocial, education and safety needs of the adolescent, adult and geriatric patient. Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. New grads welcome to apply.Current licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of New Hampshire or a compact state. Working knowledge of underlying principles and standards for the following entities: CDC, CMS (HCFA).Ability to work in a fast-paced, high stress work environment. Ability to maintain customer focused interpersonal communication skills and patient confidentiality. Complies with HIPAA guidelines.
Jul 16, 2019
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
Essential Position Functions: Join an Education Department that works collaboratively to support managers as they develop staff who provide excellent clinical care and customer service. We are excited to be in a position to support our staff and encourage their personal and professional growth and development. You will have opportunities to: Support new nursing employees as they join Frisbie and current staff who serve as preceptors Assist with student orientation for nursing students and acts as liaison between faculty and managers Maintain certification as BLS Instructor and serves as a Training Center Faculty position in one of the Emergency Cardiac Care disciplines (BLS, ACLS or PALS). Maintain certification as instructor in other content areas as demands require (e.g. SafeSitter, Non-violent Crisis Intervention, TeamSTEPPS)Plan and implement training and education programs which creatively meet learning needs which have been identified. Demonstrate clinical expertise as clinical role model. Translate nursing theory into practice. Act as consultant/resource for nursing and medical staff.Participate in community and/or public education programs (Community CPR, SafeSitter, for example)Demonstrate strong communication skills, teaching skills and a memory for detail. Assume leadership role on nursing or hospital committees Promote best evidence based practice in patient care.Maintain clinical skills by working in a per diem status in a nursing department. Position Qualifications: Graduation from an NLN-accredited school of nursing with a Baccalaureate Degree in Nursing. Master's preferred Candidate with demonstrated teaching abilities. Current registration from the NH State Board of Nursing Registration. Minimum of three years nursing experience which has provided opportunities to apply principles in adult acute care nursing practice and adult education. Must possess a comprehensive knowledge of general nursing theory and practice as well as knowledge of methods and principles of adult education. Interpersonal skills and organizational skills are a must. Must have familiarity with computers and Microsoft Office programs.
Jul 16, 2019
RN
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
Our Labor and delivery unit is seeking an experienced L&D RN who will be expected to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care to our OB patients based on the physical ability, intellectual development, psychosocial, education and safety needs of the neonatal, pediatric, adolescent and adult patient. Qualifications include: Current license as Registered Nurse in the State of New Hampshire and one year L&D experience preferred.
Jul 16, 2019
RN
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
As a RN on our Intensive Care Unit, you will collaborate with a multidisciplinary team (Physicians, Respiratory, Rehabilitation, Pharmacy, Dietary, Social Services) in the provision of specialized care management of the critically ill patients. Providing excellent customer service to patients, families, physicians and peers. Review all test results for ongoing patient assessment. Accepts primary nurse role for assigned patients. Ensures thorough, accurate documentation of relevant data. Minimum requirements include: A licensed Registered Nurse from an accredited school of nursing. BCLS, Basic Arrhythmia, and ACLS Certification preferred.
Jul 16, 2019
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
Position Objective:The PeriAnesthesia Nurse reports to the Director of Surgical Services, and works under the direct supervision of the department's Clinical Coordinator. He/she is responsible for providing direct care to patients undergoing diagnostic, therapeutic, and interventional surgical procedures. This individual assures the provision of high quality patient care, utilizes equipment appropriately, fosters a cooperative and collaborative relationship with physicians, establishes and maintains good internal and external customer relationships. S/he fosters a team approach to providing patient care that is safe, effective, patient-centered, timely, efficient and equitable. S/he performs all functions according to hospital policies, nursing standards of care, practice guidelines, and applicable regulatory and professional entities within the scope of RN practice. The PeriAnesthesia Nurse will follow the Job Standards and Clinical Practice Criteria as outlined by the American Society of Post Anesthesia Nursing (ASPAN). Patient Population Served:The PeriAnesthesia Nurse is expected to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care based on the physical ability, intellectual development, psychosocial, education and safety needs of the pediatric/adolescent, adult and geriatric patient working within the ASPAN framework as is outlined. Essential Position Functions:The following functions must be able to be carried out by the incumbent with or without reasonable accommodation: Assessment Establishes a pre and post operation or procedure nursing diagnosis.Examines the patient's physical status for baseline data information.Reassesses patient status at designated time intervals.Ensures thorough accurate documentation of pertinent data obtained during the assessment process.Communicates to the surgeon/anesthesia personnel patient care needs.Reviews pertinent test results including EKG's, labs and x-rays for ongoing assessment and reporting to physicians. 2. Assessment in Phase I of Post Anesthesia recovery. Assesses patients on arrival to PACU utilizing ABC format and priorities care accordingly.Obtains pertinent data on arrival to PACU from Anesthesiologist/Nurse Anesthetist and OR nurse.Examines patients physical statusReviews all test results including neuropsychological, lab, x-ray for ongoing assessment and reporting to physicians.Assesses patient and family/caregiver for discharge needs.Re-assesses patient status at established time frames.Communicates patient needs/assessment to physicians, and appropriate personnelThorough, accurate documentation of relevant data obtained during the assessment process. Ensures sensitivity toward patients and caregiver/family by eliciting patient's physical and emotional concerns, being a receptive listener. 3. Planning of CareDevelops a nursing care plan with patient and family members by eliciting patient physical and emotional concerns, listening attentively and providing a quiet environment conducive to all.Coordinates and documents interdisciplinary plan of care.Directs the patient's and caregiver/family's participation in planning and delivery of care.Develops teaching plans to meet the learning needs of patients, family, caregiver relevant to interdisciplinary discharge needs. 4. Implementation of Interdisciplinary PlanAcknowledges and validates accurate interpretation of physician orders and implements accordingly.Applies the plan of care, monitoring for effectiveness.Administers medication ordered and monitors for desired, side or adverse effects.Assists the anesthesiologists and other healthcare providers in administering treatments and procedures.Provides post-op instructions to patients.Applies relaxation techniques and encourages patients and families to utilize this therapy to accomplish goals and facilitate the delivery of care. 5. Evaluating plan of careReviews and updates the treatment plan in collaboration with all members of the healthcare team, patient and family.Communicates ongoing patient care needs to the discharge caregivers regarding discharge home care, prescriptions, follow up appointments, and anesthesia after care. 6. Accepts primary nurse role for assigned patients. 7. When assigned, assists Anesthesia provider in the Anesthesia Holding Area during administration of regional blocks by providing sedation for the patient. 8. Maintains a safe and therapeutic environment for patients, families, staff and corrects hazards promptly. Adheres to hospital safety policy and procedure. 9. Documents all pertinent information on the patient's medical record in an accurate, detailed manner adhering to procedures for charting. 10. Assumes schedule management upon demonstrated knowledge of responsibilities when assigned. 11. Participates actively in department meetings. 12. Supports the department's customer service efforts. Provides service excellence to patients and their families, medical staff, peers, support services and other hospital personnel. Provides immediate and satisfactory problem resolution for valid customer complaints or refers complex customer service problems to the nurse manager. 13. Develops and maintains professional relationship with physicians, peers, patients, and their families and medical support services. 14. Follows the principles of infection control as outlined in the policy and procedure manual. 15. Participates in the department's performance improvement program by collaborating with the department's PI representative in developing and implementing effective PI programs. 16. Assumes responsibility for own professional development and ongoing education. Attends required hours of continuing education per year. 17. Demonstrates a commitment to containing costs and efficient use of material resources. 18. Attends staff meetings and mandatory department in-service. 19. Is dependable, punctual and does not abuse sick time. 20. Maintains patient dignity, privacy, safety and confidentiality. 21. Participates as a team member to achieve optimal patient outcomes. Non-Essential Position Functions:1. Performs other duties as assigned or as judgement or necessity dictates2. Participates in hospital/unit committees Position Qualifications:A Registered Nurse from an accredited school of nursing, current compact state license to practice professional nursing in the State of New Hampshire. Working knowledge of underlying principles and standards that satisfy regulatory requirements for the following entities: ASPAN, CDC, OSHA, CMS. Ability to work in a fast paced, high stress work environment. Ability to maintain customer focused interpersonal communications skills and patient confidentiality.
Jul 16, 2019
RN
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
As a RN on our Geropsychiatry unit you will collaborate with a multidisciplinary team (Physicians, Psychology, Social Services, Respiratory, Rehabilitation, Pharmacy and Dietary) in the provision of specialized care management of the geropsychiatric patients. You will provide excellent customer service to patients, families, physicians and peers. Develops nursing care plan individualized to patient needs, strengths, and weaknesses. Applies behavior and supportive therapy approaches with individuals and groups. Accepts primary nurse role for assigned patients. Minimum requirements include: A licensed Registered Nurse from an accredited school of nursing. Knowledge of mental health principles, policies and standards preferred.
Jul 16, 2019
RN
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
As a RN on our Intensive Care Unit, you will collaborate with a multidisciplinary team (Physicians, Respiratory, Rehabilitation, Pharmacy, Dietary, Social Services) in the provision of specialized care management of the critically ill patients. Providing excellent customer service to patients, families, physicians and peers. Review all test results for ongoing patient assessment. Accepts primary nurse role for assigned patients. Ensures thorough, accurate documentation of relevant data. Minimum requirements include: A licensed Registered Nurse from an accredited school of nursing. BCLS, Basic Arrhythmia, and ACLS Certification preferred.
Jul 16, 2019
RN
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
As a RN in our Emergency Department you will work closely with Physicians, PA's, Paramedics and EMT's to provide immediate treatment of any medical or surgical emergency and the initiation of life saving procedures. Review all test results for ongoing patient assessment. Accepts primary nurse role for assigned patients. Ensures thorough, accurate documentation of relevant data. Minimum requirements include: A licensed Registered Nurse from an accredited school of nursing. BCLS, Basic Arrhythmia, and ACLS Certification preferred.
Jul 16, 2019
RN
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
Our Labor and delivery unit is seeking an experienced L&D RN who will be expected to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care to our OB patients based on the physical ability, intellectual development, psychosocial, education and safety needs of the neonatal, pediatric, adolescent and adult patient. Qualifications include: Current license as Registered Nurse in the State of New Hampshire and one year L&D experience preferred.
Jul 16, 2019
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
Position Objective:The RN Case Manager is responsible for facilitating patient progression and transition through the continuum of care. The RN Case Manager facilitates and coordinates the efforts of the interdisciplinary team and other entities to ensure each patient receives services at the right level of care and in the setting most appropriate to meet their needs at the right time. Patient Population Served:The RN Case Manager may work or works with the child, adolescent, adult and/or geriatric patient. Essential Position Functions:1. Facilitates and Coordinates Care and Services.Communicates/collaborates with all members of the health care team, including the interdisciplinary team (e.g., physicians, nursing, SW, PT. OT, ST, nutrition, etc.), patients, physician practices, community agencies, and payors regarding patient needs, plan, and transition. Considers patient needs to include medical, physical, psychosocial, spiritual, financial , cultural and emotional aspects.Facilitates or participates in ad hoc patient/family conferences and with interdisciplinary team designed to gather information, identify barriers or problems, and to resolve issues around in-hospital and post-hospital care.Educates health team colleagues about care management, including the role of the care manager. Participates in other educational programs as requested/appropriate.Assists with explanation and obtaining Advance Directives.May collect, analyze, enter and report care management data related to patient care and participates in continuing quality improvement.Maintains appropriate documentation. 2. Performs Discharge Planning.Identifies discharge planning needs through chart review, patient interview, discussion with other caregivers and/or exchange of information at multi disciplinary patient care rounds.Considers impact of disease process and other barriers.Develops discharge plan A and B and communicates with patients and other caregivers as appropriate. Communicates with external case managers and other post discharge providers as appropriate.Facilitates referral/transfer/discharge of patient to another level of care, health professional or setting.Coordinates home IV/enteral and home health referrals, etc. Ensures that oxygen and DME ordered by other departments will be / is delivered timely to meet the patient's needs.Refers to and collaborates with community at large to develop and implement plans for complex cases which require multi-agency involvement.Maintains appropriate documentation. 3. Performs Utilization ReviewReviews patient medical records for appropriateness of admission and/or continued stay using established criteria. Communicates utilization issues to physician, nursing staff, social workers, business office or patient registration staff, and other appropriate persons.Refers cases for physician review (internal or external review) as appropriate. Coordinates and performs all follow up activities related to Medicare other third party payors, and hospital-negotiated contracts.Assists medical staff in responding to appeals.Provides requested information regarding patient care and services to external review and regulatory agencies.Communicates with patients, physicians and nurses changes in review findings resulting in level of care changes and/or findings consistent with termination/denial of benefits. Delivers HINN letters when appropriate. Provides instruction/education to patients/families regarding appeals process upon receipt of Medicare HINN / termination of benefits letter.Collaborates with managers and staff in the Patient Registration, Patient Accounts and HIM Departments on issues of continued stay, denials and related activities. Serves as a resource for same.Monitors for utilization, quality of care, risk and infection control issues. Reports as needed. Keeps Program Director, Care Coordination, Clinical and Fiscal Integration informed on matters which require notification or administrative action.Discusses cases with attending physician. Explores and implements strategies to reduce LOS when appropriate and to optimize resource consumption.Maintains appropriate documentation. Ensures the security/confidentiality of patient information. 4. Assists with Patient Rights/GrievancesResponds as needed to patient grievances regarding medical necessity, appropriateness or quality of care.Reviews with patient his/her right to file a grievance, when applicable, directly with the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization (QIO). If requested, Care Manager will assist the patient (or representatives) in complying with Medicare Grievance process. Non-Essential Position Functions:Participates as appropriate and is knowledgeable in fire safety, disaster, infection control and all appropriate hospital programs. Performs other duties as needed or as judgment dictates. Position Qualifications:Education Required: Current and unrestricted NH RN license required. Bachelors Degree preferred.Experience: 3-5 years recent acute hospital experience as RN, prior discharge planning experience helpfulCertification: Case Management Certification desired
Jul 16, 2019
RN
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
Position Objective:The Pre-Op Screening department renders care via specially educated nursing personnel who have the ability to recognize and manage the problems particular to Preanesthesia patients. Preanesthesia nurses specialize in meeting immediate preoperative teaching needs for both family, recognizing and managing anxiety and fear, and coordinating preanesthesia/presurgical preparation. The Pre-Op Screening nurse will follow the Job Standards and Clinical Practice Criteria as outlined by the American Society of Post Anesthesia Nursing (ASPAN). The Clinical Reference Source for the department of Pre-Op Screening shall be the Ambulatory Surgical Nursing Edition by Nancy Burden. The ASPAN organization defines and establishes the scope of Perianesthesia Nursing. Position Qualifications:A Registered Nurse from an accredited school of nursing, current compact state license to practice professional nursing in the State of New Hampshire. Working knowledge of underlying principles and standards that satisfy regulatory requirements for the following entities: ASPAN, CDC, OSHA, CMSBasic arrhythmia.Pre-Op Screening Unit Orientation program.
Jul 16, 2019
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
Position Objective:Functions within the nursing care guidelines established by the Director of each unit/department, and Frisbie Memorial Hospital, and is directly accountable to the Director for the actions and results achieved. In collaboration with the Director, assists in the management of daily operations of the department. Develops, plans, and implements quality assurance and educational programs to address identified needs. Performs within the scope of RN practice as outlined in the standards manual and by applicable regulatory and professional entitles/guidelines, standards, protocols and procedures. Collaborates with leadership teams to deliver quality care and excellent customer services for the service line. Collaborates with the Director to address the special needs of the departments staff and patients and problems/incidents of a management or administrative nature. Position Qualifications: Registered Nurse from an accredited school of nursing with a current, valid license in the State of New Hampshire or Compact StateBachelor's Degree in Nursing preferred.5 or more years' clinical experience.Prior supervisory or leadership experience strongly preferred.Advanced preparation in clinical specialty or management is desirable.Must possess a broad understanding of both theory and clinical practice.Ability to prioritize work and work independently with minimal supervision.Ability to set priorities, exercise initiative and judgement and make decisions within scope of assigned authority.Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing to a diverse audience. Demonstrated teaching ability requiredAbility to handle stressful situations and to manage multiple priorities.
Jul 16, 2019
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
Position Objective:The PeriAnesthesia Nurse reports to the Director of Surgical Services, and works under the direct supervision of the department's Clinical Coordinator. He/she is responsible for providing direct care to patients undergoing diagnostic, therapeutic, and interventional surgical procedures. This individual assures the provision of high quality patient care, utilizes equipment appropriately, fosters a cooperative and collaborative relationship with physicians, establishes and maintains good internal and external customer relationships. S/he fosters a team approach to providing patient care that is safe, effective, patient-centered, timely, efficient and equitable. S/he performs all functions according to hospital policies, nursing standards of care, practice guidelines, and applicable regulatory and professional entities within the scope of RN practice. Establishes a pre and post operation or procedure nursing diagnosis. Assesses in Phase I of Post Anesthesia recovery and patients on arrival to PACU utilizing ABC format and priorities care accordingly. Obtains pertinent data on arrival to PACU from Anesthesiologist/Nurse Anesthetist and OR nurse. Develops a nursing care plan with patient and family members by eliciting patient physical and emotional concerns, listening attentively and providing a quiet environment conducive to all. Coordinates and documents interdisciplinary plan of care. Directs the patient's and caregiver/family's participation in planning and delivery of care. Develops teaching plans to meet the learning needs of patients, family, caregiver relevant to interdisciplinary discharge needs. Position Qualifications:A Registered Nurse from an accredited school of nursing, current compact state license to practice professional nursing in the State of New Hampshire. Working knowledge of underlying principles and standards that satisfy regulatory requirements for the following entities: ASPAN, CDC, OSHA, CMS. Ability to work in a fast paced, high stress work environment. Ability to maintain customer focused interpersonal communications skills and patient confidentiality.
Jul 16, 2019
RN
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
2 years OR experience - both circulating and scrubbing, strong critical thinking skills, able to work independently and provide optimal care in a call situation. Experience on the following services necessary: General, Orthopedics, Vascular, GYN, Thoracic, ENT This is a call team position. Hours are as follows: (3) 12 hr call shifts (36 hours) Sun thru Thursday nights and (1) 8 hr day shift every other week (4) 12 hr call shifts (48 hours) every other week Sun thru Thursday nights Required coverage of 3 open 8 hr shifts per quarter RN licensed in the state of NH, BCLS, ACLS certified CNOR preferred.
Jul 16, 2019
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
Position Objective:The PeriAnesthesia Nurse reports to the Director of Surgical Services, and works under the direct supervision of the department's Clinical Coordinator. He/she is responsible for providing direct care to patients undergoing diagnostic, therapeutic, and interventional surgical procedures. This individual assures the provision of high quality patient care, utilizes equipment appropriately, fosters a cooperative and collaborative relationship with physicians, establishes and maintains good internal and external customer relationships. S/he fosters a team approach to providing patient care that is safe, effective, patient-centered, timely, efficient and equitable. S/he performs all functions according to hospital policies, nursing standards of care, practice guidelines, and applicable regulatory and professional entities within the scope of RN practice. Establishes a pre and post operation or procedure nursing diagnosis. Assesses in Phase I of Post Anesthesia recovery and patients on arrival to PACU utilizing ABC format and priorities care accordingly. Obtains pertinent data on arrival to PACU from Anesthesiologist/Nurse Anesthetist and OR nurse. Develops a nursing care plan with patient and family members by eliciting patient physical and emotional concerns, listening attentively and providing a quiet environment conducive to all. Coordinates and documents interdisciplinary plan of care. Directs the patient's and caregiver/family's participation in planning and delivery of care. Develops teaching plans to meet the learning needs of patients, family, caregiver relevant to interdisciplinary discharge needs. Position Qualifications:A Registered Nurse from an accredited school of nursing, current compact state license to practice professional nursing in the State of New Hampshire. Working knowledge of underlying principles and standards that satisfy regulatory requirements for the following entities: ASPAN, CDC, OSHA, CMS. Ability to work in a fast paced, high stress work environment. Ability to maintain customer focused interpersonal communications skills and patient confidentiality.
Jul 16, 2019
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
Patient Population Served:The RN Case Manager may work or works with the child, adolescent, adult and/or geriatric patient. Essential Position Functions:1. Facilitates and Coordinates Care and Services.Communicates/collaborates with all members of the health care team, including the interdisciplinary team (e.g., physicians, nursing, SW, PT. OT, ST, nutrition, etc.), patients, physician practices, community agencies, and payors regarding patient needs, plan, and transition. Considers patient needs to include medical, physical, psychosocial, spiritual, financial , cultural and emotional aspects.Facilitates or participates in ad hoc patient/family conferences and with interdisciplinary team designed to gather information, identify barriers or problems, and to resolve issues around in-hospital and post-hospital care.Educates health team colleagues about care management, including the role of the care manager. Participates in other educational programs as requested/appropriate.Assists with explanation and obtaining Advance Directives.May collect, analyze, enter and report care management data related to patient care and participates in continuing quality improvement.Maintains appropriate documentation. 2. Performs Discharge Planning.Identifies discharge planning needs through chart review, patient interview, discussion with other caregivers and/or exchange of information at multi disciplinary patient care rounds.Considers impact of disease process and other barriers.Develops discharge plan A and B and communicates with patients and other caregivers as appropriate. Communicates with external case managers and other post discharge providers as appropriate.Facilitates referral/transfer/discharge of patient to another level of care, health professional or setting.Coordinates home IV/enteral and home health referrals, etc. Ensures that oxygen and DME ordered by other departments will be / is delivered timely to meet the patient's needs.Refers to and collaborates with community at large to develop and implement plans for complex cases which require multi-agency involvement.Maintains appropriate documentation. 3. Performs Utilization ReviewReviews patient medical records for appropriateness of admission and/or continued stay using established criteria. Communicates utilization issues to physician, nursing staff, social workers, business office or patient registration staff, and other appropriate persons.Refers cases for physician review (internal or external review) as appropriate. Coordinates and performs all follow up activities related to Medicare other third party payors, and hospital-negotiated contracts.Assists medical staff in responding to appeals.Provides requested information regarding patient care and services to external review and regulatory agencies.Communicates with patients, physicians and nurses changes in review findings resulting in level of care changes and/or findings consistent with termination/denial of benefits. Delivers HINN letters when appropriate. Provides instruction/education to patients/families regarding appeals process upon receipt of Medicare HINN / termination of benefits letter.Collaborates with managers and staff in the Patient Registration, Patient Accounts and HIM Departments on issues of continued stay, denials and related activities. Serves as a resource for same.Monitors for utilization, quality of care, risk and infection control issues. Reports as needed. Keeps Program Director, Care Coordination, Clinical and Fiscal Integration informed on matters which require notification or administrative action.Discusses cases with attending physician. Explores and implements strategies to reduce LOS when appropriate and to optimize resource consumption.Maintains appropriate documentation. Ensures the security/confidentiality of patient information. 4. Assists with Patient Rights/GrievancesResponds as needed to patient grievances regarding medical necessity, appropriateness or quality of care.Reviews with patient his/her right to file a grievance, when applicable, directly with the Medicare Quality Improvement Organization (QIO). If requested, Care Manager will assist the patient (or representatives) in complying with Medicare Grievance process. Non-Essential Position Functions:Participates as appropriate and is knowledgeable in fire safety, disaster, infection control and all appropriate hospital programs. Performs other duties as needed or as judgment dictates. Position Qualifications:Education Required: Current and unrestricted NH RN license required. Bachelors Degree preferred.Experience: 3-5 years recent acute hospital experience as RN, prior discharge planning experience helpfulCertification: Case Management Certification desired
Jul 16, 2019
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
Position Objective:The LPN Care Coordinator – Triage (LPNCCT) supports the improvement of patient care by increasing engagement between the primary care team and the patient while helping to empower patients and their families with the information they need to better manage their health. Within the LPN scope of practice, the LPNCCT is expected to consistently demonstrate competent, focused, clinical nursing assessments and history taking on all new, established and acute care patients in both triage and clinical care settings. Ability to utilize critical thinking, communication, problem-solving, and decision making skills that promote quality patient care and positive outcomes across the spectrum of care as it relates to meeting the needs of the patients. Demonstrates a positive attitude with a focus on teamwork, open communication, problem resolution that is essential to the patient experience Patient Population Served:The LPN Care Coordinator – Triage (LPNCCT) is expected to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care based on the physical ability, intellectual development, psychosocial, education, and safety needs of the child, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patient. Essential Position Functions:The LPN Care Coordinator – Triage (LPNCCT) is responsible for triaging patients on the phone and/or those who walk into the practice, as well as working as part of the medical team partnering with patients and families with chronic disease self-management. Communicates and collaborates with other departments, physicians, patients and families to encourage and foster actions which meet patient needs and achieve outcome goals. Position Qualifications: Current Llicensure as a Licensed Practical Nurse in the State of New Hampshire.3-5 years recent clinical experience as LPN, prior triage and/or discharge planning experience preferred.Case Management Certification desired.Demonstrate proficiency in all required procedures, competencies, and clinical skills.Demonstrates ability to work well under pressure, handle multiple priorities, and exercise good judgement in a clinical setting.Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing to a diverse audience. Skilled with the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) and EMR systems, Meditech preferred.
Jul 16, 2019
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
Position Objective:The RN Care Coordinator – Triage (RNCCT) supports the improvement of patient care by increasing engagement between the primary care team and the patient while helping to empower patients and their families with the information they need to better manage their health. Within the RN scope of practice, the RNCCT is expected to consistently demonstrate competent, focused, clinical nursing assessments and history taking on all new, established and acute care patients in both triage and clinical care settings. Ability to utilize critical thinking, communication, problem-solving, and decision making skills that promote quality patient care and positive outcomes across the spectrum of care as it relates to meeting the needs of the patients. Demonstrates a positive attitude with a focus on teamwork, open communication, problem resolution that is essential to the patient experience Patient Population Served:The RN Care Coordinator – Triage (RNCCT) is expected to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care based on the physical ability, intellectual development, psychosocial, education, and safety needs of the child, adolescent, adult, and geriatric patient. Essential Position Functions:The RN Care Coordinator – Triage (RNCCT) is responsible for triaging patients on the phone and/or those who walk into the practice, as well as working as part of the medical team partnering with patients and families with chronic disease self-management. Communicates and collaborates with other departments, physicians, patients and families to encourage and foster actions which meet patient needs and achieve outcome goals. Position Qualifications:Current Licensure as a Registered Nurse in the State of New Hampshire or other Compact State. Bachelor's Degree preferred.3-5 years recent clinical experience as RN, prior triage and/or discharge planning experience preferred.Case Management Certification desired.Demonstrate proficiency in all required procedures, competencies, and clinical skills.Demonstrates ability to work well under pressure, handle multiple priorities, and exercise good judgement in a clinical setting.Ability to communicate effectively, both verbally and in writing to a diverse audience. Skilled with the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) and EMR systems, Meditech preferred.
Jul 16, 2019
RN
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
As a RN on our Intensive Care Unit, you will collaborate with a multidisciplinary team (Physicians, Respiratory, Rehabilitation, Pharmacy, Dietary, Social Services) in the provision of specialized care management of the critically ill patients. Providing excellent customer service to patients, families, physicians and peers. Review all test results for ongoing patient assessment. Accepts primary nurse role for assigned patients. Ensures thorough, accurate documentation of relevant data. Minimum requirements include: A licensed Registered Nurse from an accredited school of nursing. BCLS, Basic Arrhythmia, and ACLS Certification preferred.
Jul 16, 2019
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
The office nurse provides clinical support to the provider delivering patient care in an office setting. Obtains patient histories and vital signs, preparing patient for examination. Performs simple laboratory tests, administers medications, provides assistance with procedures, and maintains clinical areas, equipment, and supplies. Answers telephones, schedules appointments, maintains files and data entry. Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing,licensed in the state of New Hampshire as an RN; minimum of 2 years experience in a primary care setting preferred. LPNs will also be considered.
Jul 16, 2019
Frisbie Memorial Hospital Rochester, NH, USA
Position Objective:The CCC Oncology Nurse Navigator (ONN) is primarily responsible for adhering to the hospital's Standards of Patient Care and Policies to deliver safe and quality patient care. The ONN performs all treatments and procedures as outlined in the Nursing Practice Guidelines located on the FMH portal and applicable regulatory and professional entities' guidelines, standards, protocols, and procedures within the scope of RN practice. Within the RN scope of practice; is expected to consistently demonstrate competent, focused , clinical nursing assessments and history taking on all new, established and acute care patients in both triage and clinical care settings. Ability to utilize critical thinking, communication, problem-solving and decision making skills that promote quality patient care and positive outcomes across the spectrum of care as it relates to meeting the needs of the patients. Demonstrates a positive attitude with a focus on teamwork, open communication, problem resolution all the while maintaining a quiet therapeutic environment essential to patient satisfaction and optimum therapeutic experiences for the patients we care for. Patient Population Served:The CCC Oncology Nurse Navigator is expected to demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care based on the physical ability, intellectual development, psycho social, education, and safety needs of the adult and geriatric patient at the CCC. Position Qualifications:-Current New Hampshire State Registered Nurse license or a Compact State license.-Oncology Certification in Nursing, must be obtained within on year of hire date.-Active Chemotherapy/Biotherapy Clinician.-2 years of nursing experience in an Oncology Clinical setting preferred.-2 years of Oncology Navigation experience preferred.-Experienced and competent in practicing as an RN in highly skilled patient care settings.-Strong interpersonal skills required to deal effectively with patients and their support persons, and medical staff, to include prompt conflict resolution, independently and/or with guidance from management.-Working knowledge of underlying principles, policies and procedures for the following entities: CDC, CMS, OSHA, ONS, INS.-Current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification.-Must possess strong organizational and time management skills.
Jul 10, 2019