Registered Nurse Case Manager Largo Facilities- PG County - West 1

Hospice Of The Chesapeake
Largo, MD
Aug 18, 2022
Aug 20, 2022
Full Time
Effective September 20, 2021: $20,000 sign-on bonus included - $10,00 paid after 90 days and $10, 000 paid after 1 year with a 2-year commitment agreement. These bonuses are currently approved for new hires starting prior to September 30, 2022. Re-hires who have terminated less than 6 months, are not eligible to receive the bonus. Make a difference, inspire others, love your job! Hospice of the Chesapeake is a leader in advanced illness care. Our work impacts the quality of life of people who are seriously ill and those who love them. We are currently looking for dedicated RN Case Managers to join our interdisciplinary team. As a Case Manager, you will take the lead in providing nursing care and case management for those with life-limiting illnesses, helping patients and their caregivers navigate end-of-life care with compassion. You will work with your team's Social Workers, Chaplains, and CNAs, as well as our Hospice Physicians, to provide the physical, psychosocial, and spiritual aspects of care. We empower our Case Managers to take ownership of their day and schedule with an emphasis on care continuity and quality. Main Responsibilities: Engage with patients to build trust while you assess their physical, psychosocial, and emotional condition as well as their environment during regular nursing visits. Adapts communication style to each individual and circumstance to provide an atmosphere that protects patient dignity. Take the lead on managing each patient's journey through their specific illness and takes ownership of ensuring patients and families understand each step. Work collaboratively with your team and the patients/caregivers to establish goals of care and ensure that everyone is regularly kept up to date on progress. Regularly incorporates changes in condition to the rest of the interdisciplinary team to ensure the highest level of service and care across the interdisciplinary team. Follows nursing standards of practice and meets or exceeds HOC quality goals to ensure the best possible outcomes for the patient and family from admission through bereavement care. Other specific goals and duties as communicated in your job description and performance goals. Your Qualifications: Current Maryland RN license or accepted reciprocal out-of-state nursing licensure; BSN preferred. 2 or more years of nursing experience in med/surg or home care required, with experience in hospice, end-of-life, or critical care experience preferred. Familiarity and comfort with documenting in an Electronic Medical Record. Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record and reliable transportation Ability to meet the physical demands of the position with or without reasonable accommodation. What We Offer: Competitive salary and generous paid time off, including 18 vacation days, 10 sick days, and 8 paid holidays in your first year of employment with HOC. Access to our Emergency Sick Bank to provide a safety net gift of up to 80 hours of sick time for medical emergencies if you run out of paid time off. Educational assistance to pursue additional certifications and degree programs Comprehensive health, dental, and vision coverage, company-paid Short Term Disability and Life Insurance, and available accident and critical illness coverage. In accordance with Hospice of the Chesapeake's commitment to leadership and industry-leading care, we require that all employees be vaccinated against COVID and influenza, as well as being screened for TB upon hire and annually thereafter. Documented and supported requests for religious and medical accommodations may be considered but may not be approved in all circumstances. #IND100

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