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**NEW** (POSTED 3/1)ARNP - CareClinic @ Bartell Drugs (Per Diem, Seattle)-170031

Description

For more information detailing the innovative work and amazing achievements our nursing teams accomplish through their dedicated focus in providing the highest levels of quality patient care, please visit https://www1.ghc.org/html/public/nursing.

Care Clinic at Bartell Drugs announces the opportunities for ARNP Full-Time and Per Diem positions.  At any given time we have positions available at our following location: Ballard, Greenwood, Sammamish, Crossroads (Bellevue), University Village, Bellevue Square, Fairwood and Rainier with more to come!  We are one of the nation’s preeminent health care systems, is a benchmark for comprehensive, integrated quality care. We have medical facilities, innovative health plans, a community foundation, and an internationally recognized research center. Its staff and members share a common purpose: transform health care to improve the care and well-being of members, patients, and communities.  

Care Clinic ARNPs operate independently at our retail sites and run all aspects of the care delivery experience, including triage, registration & check in, medical diagnosis and treatment, lab testing, documentation and coding. Staff also coordinate supply chain and ensure equipment is functioning well. Superior customer service skills and facility with technologies are vital to success in the retail environment.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

Clinical Quality

Educated, certified and licensed to perform core responsibilities of an ARNP.     Use and understanding of evidence-base clinical guidelines.

Consistently uses reliable diagnostic and therapeutic judgment.

Provide full spectrum of evaluation, management and procedural patient care services, including minor suture repair.

Use and understanding of responsibility to patient safety and reporting of any/all unusual clinical occurrences.

Use clinical knowledge, and evidence based guidelines to evaluate, diagnose and provide treatment plans for a variety of clinical ailments within scope of practice, including prescribing, and referring patients as appropriate.

Competency performing routine non-clinical functions as assigned, such as billing, coding, cash handling and use of information systems to support patient care.

Customer service

Excel at customer service, treating patients and coworkers with courtesy, respect and compassion.

Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently with patients and other members of the health care team.

Collaborate with internal and external partners in order to build rapport and develop working relationships.

Entrepreneurial Spirit

Ability to work independently, with limited physician supervision and oversight, while seeking timely and appropriate consultations as necessary.

Maintains productive work schedule, meeting or exceeding productivity targets as assigned. 

Provide positive and constructive leadership within the department, enabling and encouraging high levels of performance.

Demonstrates flexibility in staffing department, with the ability to adjust schedules to meet market and patient demand.

Knowledge and Skills Required 

  • ·         Strong communication skills
  • ·         Superior customer service skills
  • ·         Problem solving skills
  • ·         Demonstrated leadership skills
  • ·         Strong decision making skills

Qualifications

Education
Minimum Education Requirements

Master’s Degree in Nursing

Preferred Education

Doctorate in Nursing

Knowledge/Skills

Minimum Knowledge/Skills Requirements Communication, problem-solving, leadership and decision-making skills.

Preferred Knowledge/Skills

Competency performing routine non-clinical functions, such as billing, coding, cash handling and use of information systems to support patient care.

Experience

Minimum Experience Requirements

1 year previous ARNP experience.

Preferred Experience
1 year experience in an ambulatory care, occupational health, family practice or emergency department setting.  Experience working in private practice, or independently within a retail clinic setting.

License/Certifications
Minimum License/Certifications Requirements
At time of hire: Current Washington State RN license; eligible for Washington State ARNP license. National certification in primary or specialty field.

Preferred License/Certifications

Eligible for Prescriptive Authority within 6 months.

APPLY ONLINE AT: https://grouphealth.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=170031&lang=en

Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, marital status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other legally protected status.

Job: RNs

Organization: Primary Care

Primary Location: WA - Seattle-Seattle

Bargaining unit:  SEIU RNs West

FTE:  0

Schedule: Per Diem

Shift: Day Job

Days of shift: Variable

Hours of shift: Variable

Travel: Yes, 50 % of the Time

**NEW** (POSTED 3/1) ARNP - CareClinic Group Health @ Bartell Drugs-162484

Description

For more information detailing the innovative work and amazing achievements our nursing teams accomplish through their dedicated focus in providing the highest levels of quality patient care, please visit https://www1.ghc.org/html/public/nursing.

Care Clinics at Bartell Drugs announces the opening of an ARNP position at Silverlake in Everett, WA.  We are one of the nation’s preeminent health care systems, is a benchmark for comprehensive, integrated quality care. We have medical facilities, innovative health plans, a community foundation, and an internationally recognized research center. Its staff and members share a common purpose: transform health care to improve the care and well-being of members, patients, and communities.  

Care Clinic ARNPs operate independently at our retail sites, and run all aspects of the care delivery experience, including triage, registration & check in, medical diagnosis and treatment, lab testing, documentation and coding. Staff also coordinate supply chain and ensure equipment is functioning well. Superior customer service skills and facility with technologies are vital to success in the retail environment.

Principal Duties and Responsibilities

Clinical Quality

·         Educated, certified and licensed to perform core responsibilities of an ARNP.

·         Use and understanding of evidence-base clinical guidelines.

·         Consistently uses reliable diagnostic and therapeutic judgment.

·         Provide full spectrum of evaluation, management and procedural patient care services, including minor suture repair.

·         Use and understanding of responsibility to patient safety and reporting of any/all unusual clinical occurrences.

·         Use clinical knowledge, and evidence based guidelines to evaluate, diagnose and provide treatment plans for a variety of clinical ailments within scope of practice, including prescribing, and referring patients as appropriate.

·         Competency performing routine non-clinical functions as assigned, such as billing, coding, cash handling and use of information systems to support patient care.

Customer service

·         Excel at customer service, treating patients and coworkers with courtesy, respect and compassion.

·         Ability to communicate effectively and efficiently with patients and other members of the health care team.

·         Collaborate with internal and external partners in order to build rapport and develop working relationships. 

Entrepreneurial Spirit

·         Ability to work independently, with limited physician supervision and oversight, while seeking timely and appropriate consultations as necessary.

·         Maintains productive work schedule, meeting or exceeding productivity targets as assigned. 

·         Provide positive and constructive leadership within the department, enabling and encouraging high levels of performance.

·         Demonstrates flexibility in staffing department, with the ability to adjust schedules to meet market and patient demand.

 Knowledge and Skills Required

·         Strong communication skills

·         Superior customer service skills

·         Problem solving skills

·         Demonstrated leadership skills

·         Strong decision making skills

Qualifications

Education
Minimum Education Requirements

Master’s Degree in Nursing

Preferred Education

Doctorate in Nursing

Knowledge/Skills

Minimum Knowledge/Skills Requirements

Communication, problem-solving, leadership and decision-making skills.

Preferred Knowledge/Skills

Competency performing routine non-clinical functions, such as billing, coding, cash handling and use of information systems to support patient care.

Experience

Minimum Experience Requirements

1 year previous ARNP experience.

Preferred Experience
1 year experience in an ambulatory care, occupational health, family practice or emergency department setting.  Experience working in private practice, or independently within a retail clinic setting.

License/Certifications: Minimum License/Certifications Requirements
At time of hire: Current Washington State RN license; eligible for Washington State ARNP license. National certification in primary or specialty field.

Preferred License/Certifications

Eligible for Prescriptive Authority within 6 months.

APPLY ONLINE AT: https://grouphealth.taleo.net/careersection/jobdetail.ftl?job=162484&lang=en

Group Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, marital status, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other legally protected status.

Job: RNs

Organization: Primary Care

Primary Location: WA - Seattle-Everett

Bargaining unit:  SEIU RNs West

FTE:  1

Schedule:  Full-time

Shift:  Day Job

Days of shift:  16 shifts per month to include some weekends

Hours of shift:  8:30 - 7:00

Travel:  No

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We are looking for a bright energetic individual to join our rapidly growing organization. We strive to provide the most effective pain care for all of the patients in our community. Your coworkers are a motivated empathetic group, that focus on the highest quality of patient care. We take pride in being early adopters of medical technology and strive for continuous quality improvement. 

We offer a competitive salary and benefits package.