LPN-Clinic - 60310

  • WVU Medicine
  • Belpre, OH 45714, USA
  • Aug 21, 2020
Nursing

Job Description

Camden-Clark Medical Center                                 Job Description Performance Standards   POSITION: Licensed Practical Nurse           EFFECTIVE DATE: 05/04/10 DEPARTMENT: Camden-Clark Physician Corp      REVIEWED:            JOB CODE: 6-002                              REVISED: 6/22/10; 7/22/13 GRADE: 57   _______________________________________      _________________________________ VP Patient Care Services                     VP Human Resources   ------------------------------------------------------------------------------   REPORTS TO:    1. Reports directly to the Office Manager/Physician.   2. Works in collaboration with the other members of the         healthcare team.   FUNCTION:   The Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) provides direct and non-                     direct patient care activities under the direction of a                      Registered Nurse or Physician. The LPN utilizes the                      Collaborative Practice Model to render nursing care in                      accordance with Standards of Care, Standards of Practice,                      Physician Treatment Plan, and the Professional Code of                      Ethics.   QUALIFICATIONS: 1.   Current West Virginia as a Licensed Practical Nurse           required. On the job experience necessary (approximately ___ weeks of orientation)  in order to acquire       and effectively utilize knowledge of office         structure standards, and to demonstrate minimal job        competency.   Interpersonal skills necessary in order to instruct  and comfort patients and their families.  Possess the ability to deal tactfully and              harmoniously with guests. Ability to be scheduled on the work based on       operational needs of the hospital. Prior physician office experience preferred.     IV.   Age of Patients Population Served –         _X__  Infant: Birth – 1 Years       _X___ Pediatric: 1 + 12 years       _X___ Adult: 13 - 65 years       _X___ Geriatric: 65 +        ____  No daily direct patient care contact                                 V.  PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES     A.   ORGANIZATIONAL TEAMWORK COMPETENCIES   To support the mission of CCMC as follows: To meet the healthcare           needs of our community for a lifetime.            The core values of CCMC represents the beliefs of our organization,           guiding our processes and decision making at all levels.  The           mission is accomplished through a commitment to our core values.            Values based care recognizes the importance of quality customer           services (Service Excellence Standards) to patients and employees.   In the context of customer service, each employee has the following           expectations (dimensions of performance) as an individual and health           care team member.   B.   ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT COMPETENCIES       Demonstrates knowledge of and ability to follow / attendance /           punctuality / time card system / scheduling policies. Demonstrate knowledge of parking / hospital department locations. Demonstrate knowledge and adheres to dress code. Demonstrates knowledge of CCMC Compliance Program / Code of           Conduct / Confidentiality. Demonstrates knowledge of CCMC Emergency Management Plan            including the following codes: Code Blue    (Cardiac Arrest) Code 1      (Assault) Code Utility (Utility failure) Code Red     (Fire) Code Weather (inclement weather) Code Gray    (Hostage Situation) Code Amber & Code Walker Code Orange  (Hazmat) Code Black   (Bomb Threat)                      Demonstrates knowledge of physical health / wellness           information and Exposure Control Plan.                 Demonstrates knowledge of Office/workplace safety.                 Demonstrates knowledge of Risk Management / Occurrence Report            Practices / Non-punitive Work Environment.                      C.   WORK ROLE COMPETENCIES AND PERFORMANCE STANDARDS       Clinical Practice Demonstrates ability to provide individualized patient/family            education.   Demonstrates ability to meet standards of care and practice.  Assesses patients and acts as an initial contact for the patient.  Preps patients for exam, checks patient incisions, provides wound             care and wound care instructions to patients.   Maintains necessary supplies for the functioning of the office.            Administrative Practice Demonstrate knowledge of and follows correct chain of command (channels      of communication in handling patient concerns etc, including crisis      situations.      Cognizant of environmental factors, infection control issues and      maintains a safe environment for patient care.   Maintains accountability for compliance of Medicare Core Measures      Indicators which fall within nursing scope of practice.           Professional Accountability / Leadership Active on selected committees for the purpose of exchanging         information and participating in problem solving methods.   Arranges own knowledge base and development by attending formal         and/or informal educational activities.                       4.   Assists in identifying problems for investigation, collecting            data for research projects and applying current concepts to            patient care.   VI.  DESCRIPTION OF PHYSICAL DEMANDS 1. The following items under physical demands, psychological demands,      work demands and exposure category describe the basic extent of           physical demands performed by staff in this position. a. See attached Physical Demands.   NOTE:  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with    disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position. _______________________________________________________________________________ The above job description is intended to describe the general content of and broad competencies for the performance of this job and the performance standard on how to meet the broad compliance.  It is not to be construed as an exhaustive statement of duties, responsibilities, or requirements.                     _______________________________________                                    _     Employee Number / Employee Name (PRINT)           Employee Signature / Date         Licensed Practical Nurse   Description of Physical Demands                                                                                                  On the job time is spent in the following physical activities and psychosocial interactions:                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           CATEGORY AMOUNT OF TIME   CATEGORY DESCRIPTION   PHYSICAL DEMANDS Never Seldom Often Always Physiological High Medium Low Standing:       X Mental Stress X     Walking:       X Work with others X     Sitting       X AUDIO VISUAL GOOD FAIR N/A Stoops, Kneel, Crouch, Crawl     X   Hearing* X     Use hands to finger handle or feel        X  Near Vision X     Pushing / Pulling      X   Far Vision       X     Reaching with hands and arms above / below:     X   Peripheral Vision       X     Talk or hear:       X Color Discrimination                  X   Taste or smell:   X     Depth Perception           X   Lift / Force Never Seldom Often Always EXPOSURES** Frequent Occasional Rare Up to 10 pounds       X Cold            X   Up to 25 pounds     X   Heat           X   Up to 50 pounds     X    Dampness            X   Up to 100 pounds                   X   Heights   X   More than 100 pounds     X   Vibration   X   Job Lifting Heavy Lifting Regular Basis Heavy Lifting Occasional / Moderate Lifting Regular Basis Moderate Lifting Occasional/Light Lifting Regular Basis Light Lifting Occasional / No Lifting Regular Basis Skin Irritation   X   Category       X       Lung Irritation     X           Risk Radiation     X           Risk of Electrical Shock     X                   Hearing                                X Ability to hear alarms on equipment / pages                                                 X Ability to hear Client Call                                                  X Ability to hear instructions from physician/department staff                                                                  Exposures Category  X 1 = Tasks that involve exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues                                              2 = Tasks that involve no exposure to blood, body fluids or tissues but employment may require unplanned category 1 tasks                                        3 = Tasks that involve no exposure to blood, body fluids or tissues, and category 1 are not a condition of employment.   A list of Hazardous Products or Substances that this position is required to work with are referenced for staff review.  MSDS information

Schedule

Day

Employment Type

Full-Time