The Registered Nurse provides direct patient care services under the direction of the Clinical Care Manager.
Registered nurses (RNs) work directly with patients and their families in their home. They are the primary point of contact between the patient, the agency and their doctor; performing frequent patient evaluations, including monitoring and tracking vital signs, performing procedures such as IV placement, phlebotomy, and administering medications. The RN esablishes the Care Plan while in our care and for discharge and is usually first to notice problems or raise concerns about patient progress, making their role extremely important.
Education and Qualifications:
Current licensure in the State of Florida.
1 year of med-Surg and/or critical care (Required)
2 years of experience as a nurse (Required)
Active Driver's License, Car Insurance, and CPR
Background & Drug Screening and Physical are required upon hire.
Strong Technology & Communication skills
Home Care Experience (Preferred)
ER experience and wound care (a Plus)
- Must have reliable transportation and cell phone coverage in the Greater Jacksonville Area.
Brooks Rehabilitation - 2 years ago
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