The Medical Office LPN provides professional primary care nursing for patients in a health care/medical setting and conducts health assessments, plans, implements, and evaluates patient’s status and provides patient education.
They will perform procedures and administer medications at the direction of a physician and incorporates and complete Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH) tasks as assigned.
- Provides professional nursing care for adults, prenatal and pediatric patients. Includes intake, triage, patient assessment, history, vital signs, injections and outpatient procedures; performs vein puncture, EKG administration when needed; and patient education. Includes case management.
- Maintains communication with patients concerning treatment progress and diagnostic reports. Coordinates care with other health services team as appropriate.
- Identifies and coordinates referrals to community resources in regards to patient needs.
- Documents all professional activities, contacts and observations promptly and appropriately.
- Attends internal and community meetings as assigned and participates in Quality Improvement activities as assigned.
- Participates in case management activities.
- Occasional travel required.
- Other duties or special projects as assigned.
- LPN Nursing Degree
- Two years in ambulatory care and public health setting preferred.
- Licensed as a practical nurse in the state of Ohio, CPR certification
- Must have a valid Ohio drivers’ license and own transportation
- Attendance, promptness, professionalism, the ability to pay attention to detail, cooperativeness with co-workers and supervisors, and politeness to customers, vendors, and patients.
- Knowledge of PrimaryOne Health’s Employee Guidelines and Policies and Procedures.
- Knowledge of nursing principles.
- Knowledge of computer base programs.
- Knowledge of quality improvement principles.
- Knowledge of PrimaryOne Health Policies and Procedures.
- Skill in problem-solving and analysis.
- Skill in team building.
- Skill in conflict resolution.
- Effective communication skills.
- Strong organizational skills.
- Detailed oriented.
- Technical skill and knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point)
- Utilization of standard software programs and applications.
- Ability to be culturally sensitive to multi-cultural populations.
- Ability to perform a variety of tasks concurrently.
- Ability to work with staff to perform any function needed to assure clinic flow and excellent patient care is implemented.
- A strong desire to help people.
- Ability to maintain effective working relationships.
- Ability to interact with variety of personnel in a friendly manner.
- Ability to work with a multidisciplinary team, other health, and social service agencies and with diverse populations.
- Ability to triage phone and walk-in patients.
About BrightStar Care
Are you looking for a job where you can make a difference in people's lives? Do you want to work for a company that truly cares about you? At BrightStar Care, we become part of our clients' lives by providing the highest quality of care when they need our help the most. That's where you can shine.