As Brave Care continues to grow we're looking for an LPN to support our Primary Care Practice. This is a great opportunity to be part of a practice and company changing the way children and families access and receive care. We’re looking for nurses to help us staff our daytime call line as well as support our Primary Care provider to ensure continuity of care for our Primary Care patients.
In this role, you will…
You will be a core member of Brave Care’s Primary Care Team. You will partner closely with the provider, care coordinator, and practice manager to create an excellent and compassionate care experience for all our primary care patients.
You’ll be asked to:
- Manage the flow of patients within the clinic
- Collect vitals and medical history from patients
- Support the Primary Care Provider during appointments and procedures
- Perform venous and capillary blood draws; administer vaccinations apply fluoride varnish; perform in-house lab tests such as hemoglobin, lead levels, and lipid panels; and obtain Newborn Screens.
- Support the coordination care for patients, including prescription refills, referrals, and prior authorizations
- Communicate lab results to patients
- Provide ongoing support for chronic disease management
- Oversee vaccination services
- Maintain accurate and complete records in Brave Care’s EHR
- Support the success of the practice by contributing to best practice creation and workflow improvements
You’ll be a good match if…
- You enjoy communicating with children and families to help them make the best medical decisions possible
- You can think quickly on your feet and enjoy the challenge of obtaining and organizing critical health information
- You are organized and are efficient at managing multiple technology platforms, lines of communication, and responsibilities
- You’re eager to help our team provide the best medical care for kids by doing everything from facilitating excellent in person care, providing advice, making appointments, and following up on patients and their care plan including following up on medications, referrals, and other components of the care plan
- You understand that providing great care is important but just as important is the experience of the child and family receiving that care
You’ll need to have…
- 2 years of pediatric experience
- Eligible for or already licensed in Oregon
- An active LPN certificate or Associate Degree in Nursing
- Must have a current, unencumbered LPN license in the state you would be practicing in.
- Acquire and maintain current Basic Life Support (BLS) certification
- Show proof of vaccination status for COVID-19 (subject to accommodations)
- Have the ability to pass the OSHA required medical evaluation & fit testing
You will be scheduled for four 10-hour shifts each week and be required to work a weekend rotation.