Compassionate Registered Nurse with over 10 years of experience in offering comprehensive patient care in any environments. Work well with diverse patient population and foster trusting relationships to improve outcomes. Efficiently coordinate with healthcare professionals to advance patient care.
Develop and oversee Registered Nurse delegation plan for each direct support worker performing delegated tasks as defined in the Medicaid Waiver Contract Medication management. - Applies to medications that are self-administered, assisted with, or administered during the time the participant is receiving paid waiver services.
Complete weekly medication assessment, dispensing, and storage.
Remove medications from home as appropriate.
Complete site supervision visits, document on supervision notes.
Attend Individual Service Planning (ISP) meetings and assist in the development of individual plans (IP).
Review/write quarterly reports documenting progress toward the outcomes of the IP.
Update medical protocols as needed. Update medication administration record as needed.
Ensure that there is a current physician's order in participant's chart for all medications that staff assist participation with.
Train all Direct Support Staff on medication assistance.
Report any adverse conditions/events to Program Director
Provides complete patient assessment, including vital signs and pre-examination procedures. Gathers and assesses objective and subjective data from the patient.
Documents data and assessments in the patient record.
May use a computer system and information technology to ensure standard documentation, coding, and completion.
Assists the providers in all aspects of the consultation, treatment, procedures, and follow-up care.
Executing medical regimens and nursing interventions as appropriate for the setting and their competency.
Patient health counseling and instruction, including meeting with families and caregivers.
Medication reconciliation, management, patient compliance, inventory, education.
Operating medical equipment.
Maintaining medical supplies, inventory, and disposal.
Ensures regulatory compliance with OSHA guidelines,CLIA regulations, HIPAA medical privacy guidelines.
The position may include triage of calls for urgent appointments, referrals for patient consults and testing, insurance pre-certification, and documentation.
Excellent customer service skills are needed for interacting with patients, families, and caregivers.
Respond in a timely manner to all medical concerns reported, conducts assessment as indicated, effects timely and appropriate interventions, communicates with the clients' physicians and other health care professionals as indicated, provides treatments as ordered, monitors client progress following illness or injury and provides trainings to clients and staff.
Develop a nursing care or health maintenance plan for a client.
Participate as appropriate in the development, review and update of an individualized program plan as part of the interdisciplinary team process.
Adheres to assigned work schedules and accurately uses the time and attendance system.
Work as a team member in harmony with co-workers and other departments
Interacts with clients with patience, understanding and kindness in accord with ORI's mission and moral values.
Ensure the health, safety and welfare of the program.
Respects and observes residents'/clients rights and privacy.
Provide professional nursing services, restorative and preventive nursing care, including participant and family education as appropriate for each participant and as required by the AGENCY.
Provide in-service training to AGENCY staff as required by programs administered by the AGENCY.
Provide all other services required of a Licensed practical nurse per federal and state guidelines, as they relate to the programs of the AGENCY.
Oversees unlicensed assistive personnel delegated with special tasks of nursing care.
Administers medications and monitors self-administration of medications of participants.
Records observations and summaries of participant's status when appropriate and as required.
Complete and document initial and routine evaluations, physical assessments and reviews as required by the programs administered by the AGENCY.
Participate, when appropriate, in the development of written and individualized program service and care plans.
Complete proper documentation for physician's orders.
Observes and reports to the Program Director or designated administrator and/or client's physician all unusual changes in condition, behavior or whereabouts that may require intervention. Monitors and supervises clients or activities as assigned.
Promotes and practices good hygiene and sanitation to all staff and clients by training each caregivers on Sanitation and infection control on their houses and also to the DP trainers in the Day program; requiring clients to wash their hands first before taking snacks and going to the lounge for their lunch and dinner.
Performs annual employee health screening in accordance with policies and procedures.
Participates and assists during emergency drills and situations such as fire, fire alarms, hurricanes, and other possible emergencies as outlined in the Disaster Manual.
Maintain client medication administration/HM's files/records.
Distribute new Med-Logs/Health Maintenance every 15th and end of the month to all caregivers.
Be responsible in calling in refills of medications to clients Primary Care Physicians and assist some caregivers in calling in for refills of medications at the Pharmacy.
Pick-up and records new and refill medications at the Pharmacy, count it and distributes to all caregivers.
Provide direct care and training services.
Transport clients for medical services or emergencies as necessary.
Ensures departmental compliance with corporate, state and federal safety guidelines.
Provides care in clients' homes island-wide. Wound care, dressing changes, vent care, G- Tube feeding, catheter insertion, injections, pain management. Homecare duties include but are not limited to personal care, companionship, running errands, assisting with the activities of daily living, such as bathing, dressing, grooming, transferring, range of motion exercises, assisting ambulation with wheelchair, walker, or cane, incontinence care, toileting, taking vital signs, meal preparation, daily paperwork/charting.
Responsible for providing nursing care through all phases of care taking into consideration age and developmental needs.
Assess patients' condition during every visit and chart your observations
Perform evaluation tasks, including vital signs and medication review
Administer medication as prescribed by the patient's Physician
Coordinate with Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Physicians and anyone else involved in the patient's care plan
Provide palliative care as needed to keep the patient comfortable
Make recommendations for devices or tools that might improve the patient's quality of life
Collaborate and support plan of care as determined by the physician and healthcare team; treat patients accordingly as approved by the physician. Performs periodic re-evaluation of the patient as necessary and makes adjustments in the patient's treatment program.
Hawaii Board of Nursing License
First Aid Certification
(808) 228 -6908
Cristal Bebs Masulit Ganoot
Ewa Beach, Hawaii 96706
Mililani, Hawaii 96789
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