CRC Health Group is the nation's leading provider of treatment and educational programs for adults and youth who are struggling with behavioral issues, chemical dependency, eating disorders, obesity, pain management, or learning disabilities. CRC provides clinically sound, research-based treatment options at 145 facilities conveniently located throughout the United States. As a service-oriented company that is determined to provide cutting-edge scientific solutions to behavioral health issues, we are constantly working to improve the quality of care and depth and breadth of services available. For more than 30 years, our treatment philosophy and exceptional care have enabled our clients to reclaim and enrich their lives. As CRC continues to set the standards in innovative behavioral health care, we proudly embark on a future of new beginnings for individuals and families in need. The qualified candidate will work closely in a team environment with a team of clinicians, medical personnel, and office personnel in accordance with State and Federal Regulations to provide care for our patients. We offer our patients an out-patient environment conducive to recovery from the disease of addiction, specifically to the opioid class of drugs. We offer our staff an educational environment where patient care is our top priority. Under the supervision of the Clinic Director, our Nursing Supervisor is ultimately responsible for the daily administration and supervision of the nursing department, including medication management. Additional responsibilities include: 1) Providing direct supervision to the nursing staff;2) Ensuring the medication room is in full compliance with all Clinic Policies, Federal and State Laws and Regulations at all times;3) Maintaining accurate records to ensure compliance with all Federal and State regulations;4) Reviewing medical records to ensure medical compliance;5) Ensuring the administration of medications as ordered by the Medical Director;6) Providing orientation and on-going training of staff;7) Coordinating and cooperating with local agencies and organizations necessary to expedite treatment for each patient.
1) Current PA R.N. license required;2) Experience with chemical dependency and/or medication assisted treatment preferred; 3) Phlebotomy skills required;4) Proficient in Microsoft Office applications;
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