Wake Forest Baptist Health
Job Title: RN Clinic Coordinator - OB_GYN-Reproductive Medicine
Job ID: 6650
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Job Category: Nursing-ClinicalWinston-Salem, NCNursing-Clinical, Medical, Healthcare5/30/2014RN, BSN with 5 years of leardership experience in OBGYNMinimum of 2 years acute care nursing experience required, Prior management experience preferredNC RN Licensure required. BCLS required. Clinic CJob Code/Title: 1370 Clinic Coordinator FLSA: Exempt Job Summary: The Clinic Coordinator...http://www.wakehealth.edu/HR/RN-Clinic-Coordinator---OB_GYN-Reproductive-Medicine-6650.htm
RN, BSN with 5 years of leardership experience in OBGYN
Minimum of 2 years acute care nursing experience required, Prior management experience preferred
NC RN Licensure required. BCLS required. Clinic CJob Code/Title: 1370 Clinic Coordinator
Job Summary: The Clinic Coordinator is a Registered Nurse who provides clinical and administrative leadership in the care of the clinic-specific patients. Responsibilities include direct patient care, staff management / development and accountability for the quality, service excellence and workplace experience. Ensures clinic / staff compliance with all regulatory standards. Assumes accountability as delegated by the Director of Operations. Serves as a role model for professional practice.
Education/Experience: Graduation from accredited School of Nursing, BSN preferred. Minimum of 2 years nursing experience required, preferably in a specialty clinic
Prior management experience preferred
Licensure: Current NC RN license
Reports To: Director of Operations, Ambulatory Services
1. Directs staff to ensure departmental quality improvement activities are prepared within The Joint Commission n and other regulatory agencies.
Ensures staff has performed quality improvement functions, reporting monthly.
Assists with evaluation of data and changes to or addition of studies.
2. Manages staff to accomplish the departmental objectives.
Recruiting, interviewing, and selecting applicants.
Orienting and training staff on hospital and departmental policies and procedures.
Conducting 90-Day and Employee Reviews on time.
Utilizing the disciplinary process when appropriate
Assists in the development, implementation and evaluation of the clinic orientation program.
Participates in, promoting opportunities for and encouraging staff to attend in-service and continuing education.
3. Manages and facilitates quality care.
Implementing written standards and quality improvement.
Monitoring systems for patient care.
Contributing to the continuity of care for the employee through collaboration with practitioner/physician.
Improving health maintenance by participating in current immunization programs as recommended.
4. Assures open communication.
Working collaboratively with fellow employees to maintain cohesive work environment.
Following appropriate ?chain-of? command? for problem solution.
Maintaining liaison with medical Director for information regarding patient treatment.
Maintaining confidentiality in relating to client medical information.
Utilizing nursing assessment skills to appropriately refer clients as necessary.
5. Coordinates the daily operation of the clinic.
Planning patient care assignments and nursing activities.
Maintaining equipment and supplies.
Monitoring environmental physical condition of the clinic.
Maintaining a safe work environment.
6. Ensuring cost effective operation of the clinic.
Maintaining cost awareness of supplies and follows cost economies.
Promoting and monitoring cost effective practices regarding staffing, supplies and equipment.
Assisting with preparing the monitoring clinic budget.
7. Participates in professional and clinical continuing educational opportunities.
Attending workshops, seminars, and staff development opportunities.
Continuing professional and clinical growth by participating in workshops particular to current health issues, physical assessment, Infection Control and Safety.
Maintaining current CPR certification.
8. Protects self, co-workers, and facility by following approved policies and procedures to prevent the spread of blood borne/airborne disease(s).
Using work practice controls, engineering controls, and personal protective equipment appropriate for specific procedure(s).
Ensuring that staff adheres to OSHA/IC guidelines.
Serving as a role model for staff.
9. Ensures age/developmentally appropriate patient care is provided in accordance with Age-Specific Care Guidelines for the specific age groups served.
Demonstrating knowledge of physical, motor/sensory, mental, psychosocial, safety, and developmental factors in the Age-Specific Care Guidelines.
Providing for staff?s integration of age-specific care knowledge related to disease processes, diagnostic tests, treatment modalities, and expected outcomes in assessing patient needs and planning care.
Ensuring the ongoing assessment, maintenance, demonstration, and continual improvement of staff competence related to age-specific needs of patients.
Utilizing communication skills in obtaining information, providing education, and conveying patient needs sensitive to age and developmental level of the individual patient/family.
Maintaining competence related to age-specific patient care by regularly updating knowledge of growth and development, the aging process, and strategies to meet related needs.
10. Manages ongoing relationship with internal and external departments to assure an exceptional patient care experience is delivered at every encounter.
Serving as primary contact between specialty departments.
Addressing concerns and complaints of customers ? internal and external.
Amount of time spent performing the following activities:
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X Reaching with arms
X Finger and hand dexterity
Lifting, carrying, pushing and or pulling:
X 20 lbs. maximum
X 50 lbs. maximum
X 100 lbs. maximum
May be exposed to infections/contagious diseases
May be exposed to housekeeping cleaning agents/chemicals
Contact with patients under variety of circumstances
Subject to many interruptions
Subject to irregular hours
Low exposure to CRT screens
Required Personal Protective Equipment:
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Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center strives to provide best-in-class nursing care to our patients. To continue to provide such high quality services, meet internal targets and comply with ACCN Magnet requirements for a plan to increase BSN staff to 80% by 2020, WFBMC desires to employ nurses who have achieved, or will achieve, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. WFBMC will provide nurses who have earned an Associate Degree in Nursing a period of five (5) years from the date of hire to meet that educational requirement.