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Provides clinical direction for all aspects of patient care in
an ambulatory setting under the direction of the physician,
Advanced practice provider, or physician resident. Demonstrates
clinical competency utilizing evidence based practices/research in
all areas of the nursing process: assessment, planning,
implementation, evaluation and outcomes. Incorporates knowledge of
safety protocols, cost containment and quality improvement
throughout the nursing process. Adheres to all policies set forth
from The Joint Commission, Board of Nursing, Board of Pharmacy,
DHEC, CAP, COLA, and other regulatory agencies.
Collects data and completes nursing assessment utilizing
appropriate area and/or age specific standards/policies and tools.
Assesses and recognizes subtle or actual changes in patients'
condition and patient response to intervention. Triages patient
phone calls and manages clinical needs within scope of practice.
Uses critical thinking skills to guide patient care. - 25%
Collaborates with Physician/ APP/ physician resident to develop
plan of care for patient. Makes appropriate referrals based upon
assessment (eg. skin, nutrition, social services). - 15%
Provides direct care to patients in a safe, timely, appropriate
and cost effective manner; consistent with the established plan of
care and identified patient priorities. Performs specific tasks
based on organizational, departmental and/or policies/ procedures
within the nurses' scope of practice; utilizing known resources and
appropriate technology internal/external to the practice(per
evidence based practice).
Delegates appropriate nursing tasks as appropriate to members of
the healthcare team, ensures completion of assigned tasks. Monitors
quality of care delivered.
Assumes responsibility for patient safety by maintaining a safe
environment to include awareness of safety procedures, protocols
and adherence to patient care standards (infection control,
medication administration, etc.). - 25%
Notifies provider of changes in patient condition based on
assessment/reassessment of patient response to interventions.
Documents appropriately in medical record. - 15%
Identifies/assesses patient/family learning needs and teaches
- using language and terminology that the patient/family is
- providing examples to clarify ideas
- encouraging patient/family involvement in implementing and
evaluating teaching plan
- utilizing appropriate resources (eg. written tools, computer
Communicates the patient/family's need for education/teaching to
others in the healthcare continuum, utilizing resources within the
interdisciplinary healthcare team as necessary. - 10%
Evaluates own nursing practice in relation to professional
practice standard guidelines, state statutes, policies, procedures,
rules/regulations and current specific knowledge. Takes personal
accountability for maintaining competency through education and
professional activities to promote the healthcare of the community.
Maintains professional licensure and completes required mandatory
education in a timely manner. Reflects on identified areas of
strength that offer opportunity for improvement.
Ensures that written documentation and oral communication
focuses on pertinent information to support meeting patient/family
Serves as the patient's advocate and coordinator of care,
working collaboratively with the physician(s) and other members of
the healthcare team. - 10%
Education - Associate's degree in Nursing
Experience - No previous experience required
South Carolina Nursing License - RN
Day (United States of America)
3209 Colonial Dr Richland
3305 Family Medicine 3209 Colonial
33051000 Family Medicine 3209 Colonial-Practice Operations
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