Providence is calling a Clinic Registered Nurse to Maternal Fetal Medicine.
The Clinic Registered Nurse will plan, direct, and provide professional nursing care in a medical office using a multidisciplinary approach. Obstetrics experience is preferred but not required.
In this position you will:
Prepare patients for physician or healthcare provider encounters including auditing charts in accordance with standards and policies.
Takes vital signs as indicated, records patients' histories, prepares appropriate instruments for examination or procedure.
Perform nursing procedures such as EKG, spirometry, ear lavage, injections, starting and maintaining intravenous infusions, dressing changes, urinary catheterizations, finger stick blood glucose testing, tympanograms and audiograms.
Education of patients in a wide variety of health care subjects such as maternal/child health care, nutrition and life style issues, sexually transmitted diseases, basic health care maintenance, and self-administration of medications.
Perform patient follow-up including notifying patients of laboratory results, scheduling referral appointments, maintaining charts and records, and responding to patient telephone calls.
Assist physicians and other healthcare providers in procedures such as minor surgery, sigmoidoscopy, biopsy, colposcopy, IUD insertion, orthopedic casting, treadmill, and stress testing.
Maintain tracking systems to ensure compliance with medical guidelines and health maintenance standards.
Required qualifications for this position include:
Graduation as a RN from a school of nursing accredited by the National League of Nursing.
Licensed to practice as a Registered Nurse in the State of Alaska.
One (1) year of professional nursing experience.
Variable schedule to meet clinic needs.
Preferred qualifications for this position include:
Prior clinic or outpatient experience.
Knowledgeable of the uses and effects of medications, medical terminology and medical equipment.
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