Sign On Bonus $5,000/ Relocation Package/ Student Loan Payment Eligible/ Competitive Wages
What You’ll Do
The Nurse Navigator functions on the multidisciplinary team as an advocate, interpreter, educator, and counselor for oncology patients. She/he is responsible for ensuring all patients with an oncology diagnosis receive quality and comprehensive services. He/she will coordinate patient care throughout the continuum in collaboration with the multidisciplinary team. She/he will serve as a single point of contact for patients and/or family members for the purpose of effective communicating the patient’s plan of care. She/he will serve as a clinical resource with expertise in hematology/oncology care management. He/she will serve as a liaison throughout the facility and in the community regarding services provided for this patient population. He/she will provide expert nursing care, which includes: direct clinical practice, consultation, education and research. The successful candidate will be able to: Help patients secure appointments across specialties, helps patients and families prepare for their visit, and provides an overview of what to expect from the visit.
- Help patients secure appointments across specialties, helps patients and families prepare for their visit, and provides an overview of what to expect from the visit.
- Facilitates consults with multiple specialists and connects patients to financial counseling or other care settings.
- Stays connected with patients and care teams to create a seamless journey and to follow-up on questions or issues; clarifying the plan of care, describing test results, and updating patients and clinicians on the status of the patients’ care.
- Participates in multi-disciplinary rounds with physicians, clinical nurse specialists, case managers, social workers, pastoral care, pharmacists, etc.
- Educates patients on medications, procedures, treatment plan and side effect management.
- Serves as a link to services across the health system: social work, pastoral care, financial services, dietary, other specialties, ensures that care is consistent.
- Collaborates with multi-disciplinary team to provide supportive end-of-life care and hospice care as indicated.
- Coordination of survivorship activities between the patient and other health care providers.
What We Offer
Competitive pay and benefits package including Health/Dental/Vision/401(k) match. Generous paid time off, holidays, extended illness bank, paid basic life insurance and long term disability. $5,000 Sign On Bonus plus relocation assistance.
Portneuf Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer
What You’ll Bring
- Must hold or obtain current licensure as a Registered Nurse with the Idaho State Board of Nursing.
- Oncology Nurse Certification through the ONS or obtain within one year.
- Three to Five years of clinical experience in oncology care.
- Must hold or obtain current BLS.
- Remain current with center-wide occupational education programs.
- Writing/editing skills necessary to produce appropriate documentation and communications.
- Must have an understanding of computers and applications.
- Comprehension of standard radiation therapy practices and documentation.
- Must be able to take verbal instruction and practically apply it without direct supervision.
- Must hold Chemotherapy and Biotherapy certification through ONS.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.