LVN Per Diem - Urology Clinics Throughout LA

Employer
Location
Westwood, CA
Salary
Competitive
Posted
1/13/2018
Closes
1/23/2018
Specialty
LPN / LVN
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
 
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  Job Duties

The LVN PD functions independently under the general guidance and direction of the physicians providing services in the Department of Urology. Work assignments are assigned by the Admin Nurse III and LVN Supervisor. The LVN PD provides nursing support in the Department of Urology Major duties include: provide patient care in an outpatient setting, assist with urologic procedures such as cystoscopies and bladder installations, perform venipuncture, administer medications, manage patient flow, collect data as appropriate and provide back-up for the clinic Receptionist. The LVN PD will travel and work at other UCLA Urology clinics throughout the community as assigned by the supervisor for coverage. Other duties as assigned.

Job Qualifications

Required- LVN License IV certification Ability to work flexible hours and travel to other Urology clinics as assigned. Ability to exhibit flexibility in adjusting to changing demands and requirements of the position. Expertise in communicating with patients and their families with diplomacy and sensitivity. Knowledge of specific treatment protocols to be utilized. Knowledge and understanding of medical diagnostic and therapeutic procedures. Ability to promote effective communication to faculty concerning a typical clinic events or patient activities Ability to assess inventory levels Knowledge and experience in administering intramuscular and oral medication and monitoring I.V. Ability to work as part of a team and establish cooperative working relationships with administrators, doctors, peers and public. Ability to meet and maintain one's won professional needs. Skill in setting priorities which accurately reflect the relative importance of job responsibilities. Ability to write concise and clear progress notes Skill at effectively communicating with patients, physicians, staff and the public Skill at setting up and maintaining sterile fields Ability to perform patient assessments and take appropriate action.

Preferred- Knowledge of urologic conditions and their treatments Ability to assist with cystoscopic examination Treatment skills including catheterizations and bladder installations Experience with varied computer hardware and software including word processing, spreadsheets and database programs and the UCLA Hospital Information System Bilingual- Spanish

 
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