Schedule EKG's/review MD's recommendation regarding EKG results with patient
Perform bottle checks as needed
Schedule nursing/pharmacy staff
Order medical supplies
Prepare training and education for nursing staff
Conduct weekly nursing staff meeting
Make standard audit chart
Audit dose changes
Attend team meetings
Count medication inventory
Monitor dosing area for accuracy and efficiency
Review all inventory binders to ensure proper documentation of inventory
Review 222 binder for pharmacist signature
Ensure nursing staff license is current
Reconcile inventory reconciliations as needed
The most qualified candidates will possess a registered nurse (RN) license registered in the state of North Carolina and will have graduated from an accredited school of nursing with at least three years' experience as a RN and one year of supervisory experience. Experience in the field of addictions is preferred but not necessary.
This candidate will also have good problem solving and analytical abilities, as well as be proficient in verbal and written communication and have excellent customer service, organizational and interpersonal skills. Experience treating opiate-addicted patients is a plus.
Candidate must be willing to start early in the morning, as work hours start at 5:00 AM. No legal impediments to serving in a licensed opiate treatment program. Must have a valid driver's license.
Associated topics: domiciliary, hospice, infusion, intensive care, maternal, mhb, neonatal, psychiatric, surgical, unit
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