RN- Clinical Day Shift
If you have a desire to assist others, make a difference in a senior citizen's life and want to feel valued in what you do, then please come and work for us! Senior CommUnity Care of Michigan is hiring a RN four our clinic. Here is a sampling of what you will be doing:
Summary: The Registered Nurse has the responsibility of providing direct and indirect nursing care to assigned participants. Works under the direct and indirect supervision of the Center Manager or designee but is independent in the application of advanced nursing knowledge and skills. Manages complex clinical situations for which he/she is responsible. Performs advanced nursing assessment using critical thinking skills.
Current Michigan Nurses License (RN), Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification required. Bachelors of Science Nursing (BSN) preferred.
Three (3) years as practicing nurse, minimum of one (1) year working with the frail or elderly population.
- Broad knowledge base of health care problems of the frail and elderly.
- Knowledge of medical equipment and instruments
- Knowledge of common safety hazards and precaution to establish a safe working environment.
- Skilled in developing and maintaining department quality assurance.
- Meet standardized set of competencies for the specific position description established by Senior CommUnity Care of Michigan and approved by CMS before working independently.
- Patient Assessment
- Planning Care
- Implementing/Managing Care
For more information on the rapid growing Lansing PACE program visit our website atwww.seniorcommunitycaremi.org. A complete job description can be found on the Careers page.
Information on the National PACE program can be found atwww.npaonline.org.Company Description
Who We Are:
Senior CommUnity Care is a new PACE facility in Lansing, MI that opened in April of 2015. We are a three way partnership between Volunteers of America, Ingham County Medical Care Facility, and United Methodist Retirement Communities. Visit our website at http://seniorcommunitycaremi.org/
"To promote and sustain the independence of seniors wishing to remain in the community"
Who We Serve:
Frail elderly age 55 and older that meet nursing home level of need and want to remain in the home. We serve folks living in Ingham, Eaton, and Clinton counties.
How We Do It:
At our day center in Lansing we provide medical treatment, medications, therapy, activities, transportation, meals, and any other needed medical or support services. In addition, we also provide in-home care for our participants through our nursing team.
What Is PACE?
PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) delivers all needed medical and supportive services. The program provides the entire spectrum of care and services to seniors with chronic care needs while maintaining their independence in their homes for as long as possible. This model has been in existence since the 1970s and we are the first and only facility of this kind in the Lansing area.
What Would My Schedule Look Like?
Because no one lives at our day center we don't have 'night shifts'. Our center is open Monday - Friday from 8:00am until 5:00pm. Our scheduling is much more consistent than a typical skilled nursing facility or assisted living.