Texas

Clinic Coordinator

Individual in this role is accountable for planning, supervising and coordinating all patient care activities and daily clinic operations in order to maintain a safe, efficient, financially responsible environment to provide the highest level of quality patient care. This individual manages hiring, staffing, disciplinary action, development and employment decisions related to clinic staff. The Clinical Coordinator executes and monitors the daily clinical, labor and supply utilization, and regulatory functions of the programs consistent with the State, Federal and Company guidelines.

Dialysis Nurse Educator

Works in collaboration with the Nursing Department Managers to identify educational needs of staff in the specialty area, to develop programs to meet these needs, and evaluate outcomes. Orients new staff, trains and serves as a mentor for preceptors, assures competency validation of new staff and facilitates annual competency validation updates. Works with Educational Resources and the Nurse Managers to assess educational needs, plan, implement, and evaluate programs designed to meet these needs.

Hemodialysis Charge Nurse / Leadership Opportunities

Award-winning training. Nurses who lead.

Make the most of your leadership skills to help patients live better lives. In this front-line role at an outpatient clinic you will supervise direct patient care, perform patient assessment; develop and administer dialysis plans; analyze patient data; and administer medications, fluid therapy/blood products, and other treatments per physician orders and will perform teammate and patient scheduling and train new teammates.

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