Registered Nurse - RN / In-Home Infusion
We are seeking an Infusion Nurse who will see patients with a variety of medical diagnosis in the patient's own home. The nurse must be able to start a PIV or access the client's chest port, for their infusion. The nurse will monitor the patient per the recommended guidelines during the entire infusion, chart as required, learn about and be knowledgeable about the client's diagnosis, follow the physician's orders and stay with the patient during the entire treatment. It will be the nurse's responsibility to schedule all follow up infusions with the patient. The nurse must also maintain a cooperative relationship among health care teams by communicating information, responding to requests, building rapport and participating in team problem-solving methods. The goal is to provide excellent nursing care and to incorporate a family centered approach for the patient, family and friends. Any and all other reasonable job duties will apply upon being notified by the company.
- Travel, 100% around local SW Michigan (in-home care)
- Extensive IV experience
- 2 years of RN experience
- Current Ohio RN License
- Current BLS card
- Negative TB test
- Valid Drivers License
- Nursing license in other nearby states
- Chest port experience
- CRNI Certification
- IG Certification
Nurses will need to be flexible, the nurse and patient will agree on treatment dates. The Patients Doctors orders may be every one, two, three or four weeks after their initial load is completed. Nurses will have the ability to work as little or as much as you want. This is an excellent opportunity for a nurse to earn extra part-time income on the side.
Job Type: Part-time
- Registered Nurse: 2 years
At Heartfelt Residential Care, we don't merely offer an alternative to traditional big-box assisted living. We've created a vibrant community that enhances the quality of senior living. By removing the burdens of everyday stress and empowering residents to stay involved, we allow our residents to live a rich, full life often allowing them to become more active than they've been in years.