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Registered Nurses lead the nursing care team in providing person-centered care. Registered Nurses provide care coordination and work collaboratively with the primary physician and other health care professionals.

  • Full Time
  • Mid-Level
  • Flexible Schedule

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  • Focused
  • Multi-tasker
  • Positive
  • Problem-solver
  • Team player

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To me, the best aspect of my role as a Nurse is getting to know the patients through daily interaction with them and their families to understand who they are as a person, not just as a patient, to help them achieve the highest quality of life possible.

Jamie, RN


  • Healthcare

  • 401(k)

  • PTO

  • Continuing Education

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Location NextStep Care Butler, Georgia Date Posted 04/23/2019
Computer Skills are required.: Job Responsibilities: * Identify, plan, coordinate community based services for members. * Contact member and informal care givers. * Conduct in-home visits and assessments. * Maintain member records and resolve variances. * Meet with members’ Primary Care Physicians on a quarterly basis. Qualifications: * Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related human services field OR * A.S. in Social Work or related human services field. At least one year experience in the health and human services field AND * Valid LPN license, with at least one year of experience in the health and human services field * Experience in social work, home and community based services, healthcare or geriatrics preferred * Good communication and customer service skills * Excellent organizational and decision making skills We offer a complete benefit package; Medical, Dental, Matching 401k, and Paid Time Off. EOE/M/F/V/D/Drug-Free Workplace

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