$10,000 Sign on bonus and $5,000.00 relocation for qualified candidates!
The Pulmonary RN Care Coordinator is part of a multidisciplinary team that is responsible for the care of the pediatric pulmonary patient population using a global view, and is accountable for multiple aspects of the patient care. The Care Coordinator uses independent judgment and communication with the patient, family, physician and community resources. The pediatric pulmonary department is a growing, dynamic, and caring pediatric division committed to providing individualized care to a wide variety of patients and their families. The division is creating and caring for specific patient populations through subspecialties like Aerodigestive, Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia, Chronic Ventilated, Asthma, and Cystic Fibrosis. Pulmonary disorders are chronic in nature allowing for longstanding relationships with patients and families. Join this team who provides comprehensive care for children with pulmonary diseases and complex conditions.
- Relationship Based Care - Self and Colleagues: reflects the influence of the nurse’s relationship with self, colleagues and patient/family on the patient experience.
- Relationship Based Care - Patients and Families: reflects the influence of the nurse’s relationship with self, colleagues and patient/family on the patient experience.
- Expert Caring: encompasses clinical assessment, planning, prioritizing, coordinating and implementation of care.
- Empowered Leaders: demonstrate knowledge of and actively participate in shared governance.
- Lifelong Learners: encompasses professional development through formal education, professional certification, internal and external learning opportunities and recognizes the value of external professional organizations. Supports onboarding of new team members and precepts as applicable.
- Quality Achievement: includes adherence to clinical documentation guidelines, comprehension of outcomes data, engagement in performance improvement activities and commitment to standard work.
- Innovation: is demonstrated by application of technologies that support patient care, actively seeking to implement evidence based practice and new knowledge generated by nursing research.
- In addition to the above job responsibilities, other duties may be assigned.
Position Compensation Range: $65,249.60 - $107,660.80 Annual
Education: Graduate of accredited nursing program, Bachelor of Science in Nursing required within 5 years of hire.
Experience: 1 year of relevant experience.
Licensure: Licensed to Practice as a Registered Nurse in the Commonwealth of Virginia. American Heart Association (AHA) Health Care Provider BLS certification required.
Job requires standing for prolonged periods, frequently walking, bending/stooping. Proficient communicative, auditory and visual skills; Attention to detail and ability to write legibly; Ability to lift/push/pull 20 - 50lbs. May be exposed to chemicals, blood/body fluids and infectious disease.
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