Are you wanting to maintain your skills with a flexible schedule? Do you want the ability to work in different areas? We are looking for MA's, LPN's, and RN's to join our Clinic Float team in Rock County.
- Flexible scheduling. Floats make their own schedule and select the days that they work. Floats also set scheduling preferences as to what departments or clinics they want to work.
- Clinic Hours. No weekends or holidays.
- Variety of assignments to work
- Sign on bonus
- Rooms and prepares patient for examination and procedures
- Collects patient data and documents in the medical record.
- Assists with procedures, examinations and testing as needed.
- Reviews physician's orders, lab requests, or follow-up needs with patient.
- Documents services provided in the medical record.
- Provides patient treatments as ordered.
- Observes patients and reports adverse reactions to medication or treatment to the RN.
- Administers specified medications as allowed by policy and procedure, licensure, and State Practice Act.
- Reinforces patient teaching provided by Provider and RN.
- Provides basic healthcare instruction to family and patient.
- Performs EKG's and simple lab tests.
- Performs venipuncture to collect blood specimens.
- Participates in QA & I.
- Orders supplies.
Education and Experience
Graduate of an accredited MA, LPN, or RN Program.
Experience in clinical setting preferred.
Licensed as an LPN or RN or Medical Assistant in the State of Wisconsin depending on where the services are performed.
Approved CPR or BLS certification required within 90 days.
TACT within 90 days (per department guidelines)
Special Physicial Demands
Must have manual dexterity to operate equipment and assist with medical procedures. Able to lift, restrain and ambulate patients. Position requires the employee to frequently stand, walk, handle, finger, feel, reach, talk, and hear. Occasionally sit, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, crawl, taste and smell. Vision requirements include frequent close vision, color vision, and occasional distance vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. This is considered heavy work. This position requires the employee to frequently exert 25 to 50 lbs of force and occasionally 50 to 100 lbs of force.