REGISTERED NURSE - CASE MANAGER - WOUND AND HYPERBARICS
Aspirus Riverview Hospital
Wisconsin Rapids, WI
Work Hours: Monday-Friday, 0745-1700.
Aspirus was recently recognized as one of the 15 Top Health Systems in the United States by IBM Watson in their annual study identifying the top-performing health systems in the country based on overall organizational performance.
We are seeking a Registered Nurse – Case Manager with the Wound and Hyperbaric Center at Aspirus Riverview Hospital in Wisconsin Rapids, WI.
This position is eligible for a $15,000 Sign On Bonus for RN's with greater than 1 year experience.
Responsibilities will include:
- Performs direct patient care in an outpatient hospital setting.
- Assists providers with wound care procedures.
- Establishes and maintains care plans for assigned patient cases.
- Coordinates and continually communicates across the patient care team to ensure patient outcomes are achieved.
- Serve as a backup for the hyperbaric technician to perform hyperbaric oxygen therapy on patients.
- Identifies opportunities to improve patient experience. Participates in projects/programs designed to enhance service delivery and patient satisfaction.
- Collects data using established assessment format.
- Assesses emotional needs and learning readiness to develop holistic plan of care.
- Conducts and documents total nursing assessment of the health status of patients by collecting and recording subjective and objective data.
- Plans for care through the existing episode of illness onto the next level of care to promote continuity of quality care and optimal outcome.
- Defines and alters protocols/procedures to meet care needs of individual patients.
- Knowledge of patient care standards and practices normally acquired through completion of a nursing program. Bachelor's Degree in Nursing preferred.
- Current CPR certification or obtained within 90 days of hire.
- Possesses an active Wisconsin RN nursing license.
- HBO training provided within 90 days of hire.
- 3-5 years nursing experience strongly preferred.
- 1-2 years of direct patient care an acute care setting desired.