Provides professional nursing care for patients following established standards and practices. Prepares patients during office visits and assists patients and family members before, during and after a doctor’s visit. Works under the direct supervision of the physician. Refers matters outside their scope of duties to the Physician/Provider, Clinical Coordinator or Unit Administrator.
Performs general nursing care to patients (including phone and in-person triage), administers prescribed medications and treatments in accordance with nursing standards.
Assists with the preparation of equipment and aids physician during treatment, examinations, and testing of patients.
Records patients' medical history, vital statistics and additional information such as test results in electronic medical records (EMR).
Collects blood, tissue or other laboratory specimens, logs the specimens, and prepares them for testing.
Administers injections and prescribed medications as directed by the physician.
Observes, records, and reports patient’s condition and reactions to drugs and treatments to the physician.
Greets patients and prepares them for examination, screens patients for appropriate information and instructs patients in collection of samples and tests.
Responds to and refers incoming telephone calls.Instructs patients and family members regarding medications, test results and treatment instructions.
Assists with referrals and medication refills.
Maintains patient recall lists.
Formulates and updates patient care plans, and orders, prepares, and inspects patient charts, records test and examination results in the patient chart.
Prepares examination rooms, including restocking of supplies in treatment areas.
Attends required meetings and participates in team activities and professional development activities.
Represents division in a professional manner.Treats all patients, customers, internal and external, in a courteous and cooperative manner.
Performs other duties as assigned.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Minimum of two years of Chemotherapy experience in a clinic environment.
Graduate of an accredited school of professional nursing.
OCN (Oncology/Chemotherapy Nurse) Certification.
Valid Florida RN license and BLS/CPR certification.
Ability to work in a stressful environment in deadline-oriented environment.
Ability to communicate with coworkers, provider and patients in an effective manner.
Ability to use a computer and enter data in electronic medical record system.
Ability to maintain RN license by successfully completing 24 hours of continuing education hours every two years.
GYN experience preferred
eCW electronic medical records system experience a plus
Internal Number: 001
About Women's Care Florida
Women's Care Florida has earned a reputation for quality women's healthcare in West Central Florida. We pride ourselves on being the leader in women's healthcare by employing dedicated and caring individuals that promote our philosophy and success of Exceptional Women's Care for Every Patient, Every Time.
We have 70 locations throughout Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Polk, Lake, Seminole, and Orange counties with plans for future growth. Currently, we are seeking experienced Registered Nurses with chemo/infusion experience to join our dynamic team at our Women’s Care Florida Infusion Center located in Orlando, FL.