The family care center staff nurse provides quality care to our customers and performs those functions delegated and assigned by the center’s head nurse.
Minimum Education Graduation complete from a school of nursing and current licensure by the Virginia State Board of Nursing to practice as a practical nurse required. Minimum of one year medical office experience with proven display of knowledge and skills preferred.
Required Licenses [Virginia, United States] Licensed Practical Nurse
Current LPN license required. BLS required within 30 days of hire date. Must possess a working knowledge of medication use and administration. Experience documenting in an electronic medical record highly recommended.
Required Skills Excellent oral and written communication skills. Excellent customer service skills. Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, problem-solve, and handle stress in a positive manner.
Performs nursing functions according to established policies and standards. Demonstrates awareness of current state, federal, and local laws governing the delivery of care. Collects appropriate data on each customer per policy and provides open and timely communication with customers and/or significant others identifying specific needs and providing resources as needed. Ability and willingness to provide coverage at any Twin County Physician Practices office. Maintains appearance and professional conduct at all times. Maintains current licensure and continuing education requirements consistent with level and area of practice. Performs laboratory procedures and quality controls per policy according to the center’s laboratory license. Possess the ability to maintain the medical office in a safe, cost effective manner. Completes required in-services. Documents all patient encounters in the electronic medical record in accordance with TCFCC policies and procedures. Participates in the development and implementation of patient satisfaction improvements. Performs medical procedures within the scope of practice and assists physician with procedures. Committed to demonstrating the following behaviors that shows that the healthcare team at Twin County Regional Healthcare CARES about our patients/families/physicians and each other: Commit to a culture of safety and service. Act as a team with others. Respond to others’ needs. Engage others’ in a meaningful way. Seek ways to positively influence others.
Standing, sitting, walking, bending (45-90 degree angles) are required. May require stair climbing. Speech, hearing, and visual acuity necessary in order to perform job requirements. Exposure to blood, body fluids and hazardous waste is moderate to frequent and must carry out universal precautions according to policy. May be exposed to injury by irrational or disturbed customers, to customers with communicable diseases, and/or potentially dangerous equipment. Must be able to read and write to fulfill job description. May be exposed to bad weather if necessary to escort a customer from or to a vehicle.