Clinic Nurse Manager
North East Medical Services 5 reviews - San Francisco, CA

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North East Medical Services (NEMS), a community health center in San Franciscos Chinatown/North Beach neighborhood, is looking for a Clinic Nurse Manager. ABOUT THE POSITION: The Clinic Nurse Manager functions under the direct supervisor of Medical Director performing duties in accordance with the philosophy and standards of North East Medical Services and supervises the activities of the Registered Nurses, Licensed Vocational Nurses and Medical Assistants.

Job Responsibilities:
Supervise and provide direction for assigned staff: RNs, LVNs and Medical Assistants.

Performs nursing duties and works closely with the clinic providers and specialists to provide comprehensive health care to patients.

Orients and providers in-service training to staff personnel. Plans and participates in the training of para-professionals and non-medical personnel.

Collaborates and coordinates activities with other personnel for the benefits of patient care.

Makes appropriate referrals to other departments within the agency as well as to outside community agencies.

Uses computerized IT system effectively and documents policy and procedures

Involved in risk management and performance improvement with the Medical Director and Administration

Develops and is responsible for Nursing schedule coverage to ensure appropriate staffing coverage to match medical providers needs.

Attends PAC and Medical Quality Assurance committee meeting, follow-up.

Monitor all special programs, such as Homeless, EAPC, HIV, family planning, perinatal, AIM, and BEDP, etc

Monitors staffing. Nursing Supervisor always fills in for Nurses and Medical Receptionist. When staff call in sick, sometimes, for more than one staff members.

Be prepared to solve any unresolved problems and be troubleshooter.

Graduate of accredited school of nursing program.

Bachelors degree or two years related worked experience.

Minimum of two years recent acute care experience as an RN.

Current California Registered Nurse License.

Must be Bilingual in English and Chinese.

Demonstrated skills in supervision, leadership, and communication.

Compassion to work with the underserved, Chinese community.

Willingness to work with para-professional and non-medical personnel.

Recent experience in a clinic or out-patient setting desirable.

About this company
5 reviews
North East Medical Services (NEMS) is a non-profit community health center serving the medically-underserved populations of the San...