VNA

  • Registered Nurse (RN) - Private Care

    ID
    2019-2171
    Job Location
    US-FL-Vero Beach
    Type
    Regular Full-Time
    Work Days
    Mon - Fri
    Work Hours
    8a-4:30p
  • Overview

    The VNA provides compassionate, innovative care of the highest quality, setting the standard for patients and caregivers needing private care, home health, hospice, and community health services. Together, we provide the highest quality patient care.

     

    Come join our team of passionate and skilled professionals! By choosing to work for the VNA, you would be working with an agency that has been voted ‘Best Place to Work’ for 7 years in Indian River County because of the benefits we offer our associates, such as:

    • Competitive pay 
    • 18 paid days off to start, 6 paid holidays
    • up to 90% coverage of health insurance costs
    • Onsite, no-cost wellness clinic staffed by a VNA ARNP
    • Tuition reimbursement
    • Free CEU credits
    • Several local and national discounts

     

    The Visiting Nurse Association is seeking a Registered Nurse to work for VNA Private Care. This position will serve as an integral part of the VNA Interdisciplinary Care Team. Will assess in coordination with other members of the team to create a service plan for CNA/HHA or Companion Care. Coordinates and collaborates with all service lines as appropriate for client care. Conducts supervisory and courtesy visits in accordance with Agency guidelines. Integrate and demonstrate the Core Values of the VNA in all aspects of work responsibilities.

    Responsibilities

    • Work in conjunction with Sales Advisor to develop a service plan for care.
    • Coordinate client services across the agency and collaborate with all members of the health care team.
    • Participate in chart audits and activities.
    • Complete documentation daily with all outstanding items completed no later than start of next business day.
    • Maintain a full time schedule in accordance with established agency productivity standards.
    • Attend meetings with Administrator and department on a regular basis to discuss new admissions, potential discharges and problem solving.
    • Provide instruction and oversee certified nursing assistant/home health aide and companion staff on a timely basis and in accordance with agency, State and Federal regulations.
    • Collaborate with the Administrator to complete and deliver 90 day, quarterly and annual performance feedback for evaluations.
    • Utilize office and work time efficiently and perform in an organized manner.
    • Use, store and maintain equipment and supplies in a safe, appropriate manner.
    • Assist in orientation of new associates and students to Private Care , including instructing staff on orientation, skill training, testing, and any other training, e.g., soft skills, in-service workshops or other topics related to providing appropriate care to clients. Evaluate competence of staff after training and using evaluation tools (90-day, competency, shared visit, annual evaluation) established by the agency or People & Culture.
    • Monitor new clinical staff during the orientation period, including making initial shared visit and documentation oversight.
    • Complete shared visits with CNA/HHA and Companion staff upon hire and annually to ensure competency with role and responsibility.
    • Utilize inter-agency and community resources to assure continuity of care.
    • Follow HIPAA guidelines and maintain all protected health information (PHI) obtained in the course of work as confidential and, as such, should not be a matter of discussion with co-workers or others outside of the Agency.  
    • Attend mandatory staff meetings, team meetings and in-service programs. Fulfill mandatory e-learning courses by the due date.
    • Perform all nursing duties in accordance with the Florida Nurse Practice Act and AHCA regulations; comply with VNA policies and procedures.
    • Maintain and update client records so that problems, plans, actions and goals are accurately and clearly stated and changes are reflected as they occur.
    • Follow VNA safety policies/procedures. Report accidents or unusual incidents immediately to the Administrator and People & Culture.

    Qualifications

    • Active RN license in the State of Florida
    • Current Basic Life Support for Health Care Provider Certification/CPR
    • Minimum one year work experience in hospice, home health, geriatrics, or medical/surgical nursing
    • Current and valid Florida driver’s license
    • Current automobile insurance with bodily injury liability coverage

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