Licensed Vocational Nurse Ii Per Diem

County of Riverside
$81,002 Per year CA Riverside Neighborhood Health Center, 7140 Indiana Ave, Riverside, CA 92504, United States Apply before 5/15/2024 11:59
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Overview

ABOUT THE POSITION



The Riverside University Health System - Medical Center (RUHS) is currently recruiting for Per Diem Licensed Vocational Nurses to assist the Community Health Clinics throughout Riverside County and the specialty clinics located at the moreno valley campus.


Applicants will need to answer various screening questions regarding the qualifications and department preferences in order to meet the department needs.


Per Diem positions available at the following locations/departments:
CHC Corona
CHC Hemet - (Bilingual in Spanish Required)
CHC Internal Medicine

Work Schedule:
5/40 - Monday to Friday or 9/80 Monday to Friday
Hours: 7:30 am to 5:00 pm or 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
** Schedule will vary and depend on the department needs

Some positions will require to be bilingual in Spanish and/or possess a valid California Driver's License in order to assist another location throughout the Community Health Center Clinics.



Meet the Team!
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EXAMPLES OF ESSENTIAL DUTIES


• Provide nursing care to patients within the scope of the Nurse Practice Act for vocational nursing; prepare patients for physicians, registered nurse, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners, and care for patients during treatment; administer medications using subcutaneous, intramuscularly, intradermal, subdermal, and/or oral methods.

• Take temperature, pulse, respiration and blood pressure of patients as necessary; apply and change dressings and cares for wounds; may collect specimens for laboratory analysis; assist physicians, registered nurses, and mid-level providers in performing examinations, tests, respiratory care and other treatments including minor surgical procedures, PAP smears and colposcopies.

• Perform venipuncture, injections of medications including biological immunizations for pediatrics and adults, including the provision of Tuberculin skin tests, Coccidioidin skin tests, and Histoplasmin skin tests in the course of a tuberculosis control program.

• Perform documentation as required within the scope of the Nurse Practice Act for vocational nursing, and established rules of charting; chart treatments and medications and maintain pertinent medical records; collect data from patients to ensure scheduling with appropriate services; maintain clinical records, reports and charge tickets; review charts to determine type of treatment the patient may require and assure proper clinic scheduling and continuity of care.

• Counsel, advise and educate patients regarding proper health care methods; set clinic appointments per established policies and procedures; refer patients for specialty care to outside agencies utilizing knowledge of payor source to ensure appropriate referrals to outside agencies and programs.

• Assist physicians, registered nurses, and mid-level providers in the administration of special treatments, examinations, and intravenous therapy; chart treatments and medications and maintain pertinent medical records according to established practice by the Nurse Practice Act for vocational nursing, policies, and procedures.

• Assist physicians, registered nurses, and mid-level providers in the administration of medical records; assist in the data collection, preparation, and implementation of patient care plans; participate in patient education and rehabilitation programs and document data appropriately.

• Observe patients' condition and behavior, and report significant changes to the supervisor.

• May act under supervision and direction of a physician, registered nurse or mid-level provider as a nursing leader over health services assistants, certified medical assistants, office assistants and other LVNs, as assigned.

May assist at another location with the community health clinics as needed.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Licensed Vocational Nurse II:
Experience: One or more years of experience working as an LVN in the care of patients in an acute care or clinic setting.

Knowledge of: Current principles, techniques and procedures used in vocational nursing within the scope of the Nurse Practice Act for vocational nursing; medical terminology, acute care procedures and equipment; medication administration.

Ability to: Skillfully perform the full range of vocational nursing duties and responsibilities per the Nurse Practice Act; learn and follow policies and procedures; establish and maintain effective working relationships with physicians, mid-level providers, registered nurses, patients, and co-workers; complete and maintain reports and patient records; make observations of situations accurately and report them so effective action can be taken according to rules of documentation and policies and procedures.

Other Requirements:
License: Possession of a valid California Vocational Nurse’s License issued by the California Board of Vocational Nurse and Psychiatric Technician Examiners.

Certification: Possession of a valid Basic Life Support (BLS) certification issued by the American Heart Association for professional healthcare providers.

Possession of a valid California Driver's License is required for some positions in this class. 

Some positions may require to be bilingual in Spanish.

GENERAL APPLICATION INFORMATION:

Please read and follow any special application instructions on this posting. Click the 'Apply' link located on this page to submit your application. For instructions on the application process, examinations, Veteran's preference, pre-employment accommodation or other employment questions, please refer to our web site, . A pre-employment physical examination and background check may be required.

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