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Medical Home Care Nurse
Treats and provides professional nursing care to assigned patients in their home. Evaluates patient and plans and makes appropriate changes to the home care nursing process. Contacts physician and hospital to arrange for further medical treatment when needed. Requires RN license.

Assesses the patient's condition and the home environment. Educates patient and family members on health care.
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Critical Care Unit Nurse (CCU Nurse)
Treats and provides nursing care to Critical Care Unit patients in hospital or similar health care facility. Readies equipment and aids physician during treatments and examinations of patients. Administers prescribed medications and treatments in accordance with approved nursing techniques. Observes... [+] More
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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Nurse (NICU Nurse)
Manages the care of neonatal patients resulting from the childbearing process that requires moderate to complex assessments, interventions, and level of nursing vigilance. Provides tertiary and quaternary care to premature infants and newborns. Works with critically ill neonates with life-threatening... [+] More
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Obstetrics Nurse (OB Nurse)
Treats and provides professional nursing care to patients in the obstetrical and gynecological departments. Administers prescribed medications and total patient care in the labor room, delivery room, postpartum unit, and nursery. Requires RN license.

Maintains patients' medical records. Aids physician during treatments, examinations, and surgical procedures. Evaluates, plans, and documents the delivery room nursing process as needed.
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Home Care Hospice Reimbursement Manager
Assures that all daily patient financial services functions are completed to ensure maximum cash flow, timely customer service with patient families and other staff, and compliance with all regulatory requirements of governmental agencies and third party payers. Manages and supervises... [+] More
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Home Care Team Manager
Manages the clinical coordination of... [+] More
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Home Care Aide Coordinator
Arranges the schedules of aides engaged in caring for elderly, convalescent, or disabled people in a home environment. Adjusts work schedules to meet coverage needs. Prepares and submits staffing reports on aide activities.

Maintains record of reports. Verifies time sheets.
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Home Care Aide Supervisor
Supervises activities of aides engaged in caring for elderly, convalescent, or disabled people in a home environment. Reviews the quality and quantity of services provided. Analyzes and resolves work problems, and assists employees in solving work problems.

Develops and implements new programs and services.
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Home Care LPN
Provides prescribed medical treatment and personal care services to ill, injured, convalescent, and disabled persons in home care e settings. Cares for a broad range of patients and provides preventative and rehabilitative nursing care under... [+] More
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Home Care Nurse
Treats and provides professional nursing care to assigned patients in their home. Evaluates patient and plans and makes appropriate changes to the home care nursing process. Contacts physician and hospital to arrange for further medical treatment when needed. Requires RN license.

Assesses the patient's condition and the home environment. Educates patient and family members on health care.
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