Reporting to the Clinical Leader or Clinical Manager and under the direction of the practice providers, the Clinical Practice Nurse 1 delivers high quality patient care including assessment, treatment, planning, and care evaluation. The Clinical Practice Nurse 1 uses knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span, assesses clinical data reflective of the patient's health status and interprets information needed to identify each patient’s requirements relative to his/her age specific needs. The Clinical Practice Nurse 1 engages in caring relationships with patients, families, and caregivers, works collaboratively with the health care team, and uses sound judgments while performing nursing interventions.
Minimum requirements: Associate Degree or Diploma in Nursing from an accredited School of Nursing.
Certification, Registration & Licensure
Licensure required: New Hampshire Board of Nursing license
Certification required: Current American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers certification or Red Cross CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers and Health Care Providers
Demonstrated ability to effectively and positively interact with a multi-disciplinary staff, patients, and others.
Establishes priorities in organizing daily activities and maintains efficient patient flow.
Triages patient phone calls following established guidelines and prescribed format for identifying patient's health problems or concerns, and providing quality patient care.
Administers prescribed medications.
Provides education to patients in response to identified patient needs.
Documents health information, interventions, and outcomes into the patient electronic medical record.
Delegates patient care activities using the five rights: right task, person, direction, circumstance, and
supervision (ensuring the task has been completed satisfactorily and documentation is complete) and
providing feedback to delegatee and manager.
Applies principles of purposeful, organized thinking based on the nursing process to make sound clinical judgment and decisions.
Completes practice specific clinical skill competencies on an annual basis.
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Physical and Work Requirements
The physical demands and characteristics of the work environment described here are representative of those that will be encountered by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
The Dictionary of Occupational Titles Material Handling Classification is LIGHT. The employee must regularly lift, carry or push/pull less than 10 pounds, frequently lift, carry or push/pull up to 10 pounds, and occasionally lift, carry or push/pull up to 20 pounds.
While performing the duties of this Job, the employee is regularly required to do repetitive motion, hear, and speak. The employee is frequently required to bend, do fine motor, reach, sit, stand, and walk. The employee is occasionally required to climb, kneel, smell, and squat.
Specific vision abilities required by this job include color vision, depth perception, far vision, near vision, and peripheral vision.
The employee is frequently exposed to bloodborne pathogens, bodily fluids. The employee is occasionally exposed to airborne pathogens, electrical hazards - shock, toxic or caustic chemicals.
The noise level in the work environment is usually quiet.