We have an opening for a Full-Time Registered Nurse (RN) to work with our Occupational Health Care Clinic located in Buffalo, West Virginia!
Premise Health is a leading worksite health and patient engagement company dedicated to improving the cost and quality of employee healthcare. We believe healthcare should be about helping people get, stay and be well. That’s our mission and it’s the foundation of everything we do. With more than 40 years of experience, Premise Health manages more than 500 worksite-based health and wellness centers across the country. The company serves more than 200 of the nation’s leading employers, including a significant number of the Fortune 1000.
Summary: This RN will be supporting occupational health related work injuries, emergency response, triage, Night shift is a single nurse unit and RN must be comfortable working alone.
Schedule: (Sunday - Thursday) 10pm - 6:30am
Assure compliance with regulatory requirements related to clinical operations.
Provide or manage the required physical evaluation programs and services to meet regulatory requirement; such as OSHA, Department of Transportation, CDC, etc.
Uses nursing skills to evaluate patient care needs, prioritize treatment, and maintain patient flow.
Evaluate and treat all injuries and illnesses in an efficient and professional manner within the scope of practice and consistent with clinical nursing guidelines.
Collaborates with Physician or other Licensed Independent Practitioner to arrange for further medical treatment, when needed.
Collaborate with outside resources for program development, such as healthcare providers, third-party administrators, legal advisors, medical director, regulatory agencies, etc.
Performs occupational and health screening tests as defined in site contract (EKG, audiometry, spirometry, vision).
Conducts appropriate laboratory tests and quality control procedures.
Administer the company’s Drug-Free Workplace Program.
Assist with the accident investigation program to identify root cause analysis of all incidents and near misses.
Assess healthcare needs, then implement and manage healthcare programs to improve health and facilitate return to work, maintain OSHA records/reports and worker medical files.
Assist departments with identifying, evaluating, and implementing accommodations and return to work options for workers with restricted duty.
Collaborate with Environmental Health and Safety, Operations, and Human Resources to develop operations, programs, and services by providing content expertise.
Contribute in the design of controls for injury prevention and health surveillance related to actual and potential hazards in the work environment.
Identify primary, secondary, and tertiary prevention and health promotion strategies to optimize health of the population.
Documents accurately all elements of nursing assessment, treatments, medications administered, discharge instructions provided, and follow up care arranged.
Identifies emergency situations and provides care within legal scope of practice.
Administers medications and medical treatments competently as directed by a Physician or Licensed Independent Practitioner.
Maintains medical records using (In some health centers it may be using Electronic Medical Record software).
Identifies equipment that needs repair and brings it to the attention of the lead clinician.
Maintains a clean and safe environment. Follows infection control procedures.
Maintains patient privacy and confidential patient information.
Participates in follow up phone calls and follow up patient visits.
Other duties as assigned.
Certificate from an accredited Nursing School or Associate degree (A.S.) is required. Bachelor's degree (BSN) from four-year college or university is preferred.
Currently licensed Registered Nurse in state of practice required
Current hands on training in AHA or ARC Basic Life Support for health care providers is required. Advanced Cardiac Life Support may also be required based on contract scope of services.
Certification in Occupational Health Nursing, Certification in Emergency Nursing, or Certificate in Case Management preferred.
At least two years’ experience as a Registered Nurse in an occupational health clinic, emergency room, or other ambulatory care clinic.