Responsible for the independent management of the care of healthy women and their infants before, during and after child birth, as well as the collaborative management of the medically and/or socially at risk woman
The Nurse Practitioner traditionally works under the supervision of a physician as a dependent practitioner and is capable of doing 80-85% of the services rendered by a physician and sees patients in routine status checks, office consults, re-evaluations, hospital consults and discharge summaries.
Home health and hospice nursing is both challenging and rewarding! This job requires a person who can work independently, while never forgetting that home care is a team effort.
The Registered Nurse establishes and maintains collaborative relationships with physicians, other health care providers, patients and their families, to achieve desired patient outcomes throughout the continuum of care.
Practices independently and in collaboration with appropriate physicians to provide primary care to patients. Assists in the evaluation and treatment of patients. Provides patient education and trains other health care professionals.
The Therapy Technician assists rehabilitation nurses and therapists with rehabilitation treatment and patient care according to hospital, state, professional and federal regulations and guidelines.
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May assign selected portions of patient care to licensed practical nurses and home health aides but always retains the full responsibility for the care given and for supervisory visits to the patient's home
Rehabilitation, FT, As a member of the healthcare team, contributes professional nursing knowledge and skills in the provision and management of care to patients through the application of the nursing process.
Nurse Practitioner Works independently collaborating with affiliated health system physicians. Diagnoses and treats common family illnesses for patients two (2) years and older and prescribes medications when clinically appropriate. Provides patients with vaccinations, health education and utilizes expertise to determine the most appropriate treatment options. Completes patient encounters via an Electronic Health Records system.