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Nurse - Rehabilitation (16287)
Licenses & Certifications:
Years of Experience:
12 hour shifts
Duties and responsibilities
-Screen and assess each client for co-existing medical problems to assess risk factors affecting appropriate placement for treatment.
-Coordinate continuum of care if deemed necessary to include off-site medical consultations for all clients.
-Document and summarize individual nursing care for each client and communicate changes, progress, and/or immediate medical care to the medical director for weekly follow-up consultation.
-Facilitate and educate clients and family in a group process to include chemical dependency issues and mental health issues.
-Complete all task assigned by Executive Director, Medical Director, and/or Administrator when deemed necessary.
-Monitor and coordinate all nursing and medical care of clients in the absence of the nursing manager.
-Represent nursing staff at committee meetings as required.
Required Skills and Experience
· Current Kentucky nursing license.
· Current CPR/First Aide Certification.
· Prior experience with chemical addiction and/or mental disorders including psychopharmacotherapy preferred
· Prior knowledge and/or experience with regulations and standards including infection control, quality assurance, and patient care compliance for state licensure.
What you need to know
1. Client will look at new nursing graduates for this position and train them
2. Nurses will be working in the Residential Treatment facility
3. Substance treatment experience in a residential setting is preferred but not required
4. Interview process
- Initial phone screen
- Interview with hiring manager
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