MedSearch Corp

For  over 80 years, MedSearch Corp has been providing  healthcare-only personnel placement. Building on past successes, we are moving into the future with the ever changing healthcare landscape.

More  than just a placement service, we specialize in creating long-term strategic relationships with our clients and candidates. We talk with each and every client and candidate personally, when possible face-to-face, and most  importantly, we listen. Placing a successful candidate in an available  position is about much more than a job: it is about a successful  partnership at its foundation. And that all  begins with a conversation.

$35.00 - $42.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Edina, MN, USA
Jun 24, 2019
Part-time
We are hiring a great part-time team member. Dental Hygienist will work a 9-hour day on Tuesdays and Thursdays. 18 hours per week, 36 hours per pay period. Great salary and growth potential. Apply today! DENTAL HYGIENIST QUALIFICATIONS: To be able to perform each essential duty at a high-quality level. Must provide excellent communication and customer service to patients in a warm and caring manner. DENTAL HYGIENIST ESSENTIAL DUTIES: Perform periodontal assessment for each patient per office guidelines Supra and subgingival scaling Sharpening of instruments Quality radiographs Fluoride treatments Sedative restorations Patient education, including OHI Intraoral camera usage Adhere to and annually review infection control protocol Maintain dental equipment Accurate and timely record keeping for each patient Job Type: Part-time Salary: $35.00 to $42.00 /hour
$85,000 - $120,000 yearly
MedSearch Corp Bemidji, MN, USA
Jun 18, 2019
Full-time
Nurse Practitioner. We are growing and need outstanding medical providers to care for our patients. This position works with a caseload of geriatric patients and visits them in long term care facilities in the metro area. Lots of flexibility in schedule and earning ability. Full benefits package provided. This position will ensure that the health and safety of all clients are met. The schedule is Mon-Fr days. No nights, weekends, low call ratio. The Nurse Practitioner (NP) will assist in performing history, wound assessments, care planning, wound treatments and other common primary care duties as assigned. The NP will also have reporting responsibility to the supervising Physician of the respective patients for new evaluations, follow up evaluations and assisting with procedures. New practitioners are encouraged to apply. Apply today. Nurse Practitioner QUALIFICATIONS: • Graduate of an accredited Nurse Practitioner program • NP license and certification, current and in good standing • Well-developed assessment, interviewing, counseling, and crisis intervention skills. Nurse Practitioner - SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES: Possess a sensitivity and aptitude for working with the elderly. Possess skills to communicate effectively with clients, family members and staff. Possess leadership / supervisory skills. Must be able to prioritize and organize work effectively and efficiently. Nurse Practitioner - ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS • Initiates an appropriate assessment of patient's wound status. • Obtains patients’ health history. • Consults with supervising physician or care provider as appropriate with patient’s histories. • Orders pertinent diagnostic tests and procedures. • Interprets health information and establishes diagnoses consistent with the accumulated data. • Formulates treatment plan, ensuring timely provision of necessary health care services. • Orders necessary medications and other therapeutic equipment and supplies. • Educates and informs patients regarding the nature of their condition. • Makes health record entries which are legible, concise, and timely. • Participates in the collection and preparation of reports on patient care activities. • Conducts audits related to advanced practice health care techniques. Nurse Practitioner Competencies: • Knowledge of patient history and physical examination methods as well as wound care • Knowledge of clinical medical procedures. • Skill in performing physical examinations, and routine clinical and emergency procedures. • Ability to relate and interpret medical data. • Ability to maintain records, and prepare reports and correspondence related to the work. • Ability to effectively communicate with patients and staff. Job Type: Full-time. Days. Job Type: Full-time
$12.00 - $14.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Northfield, MN, USA
Jun 18, 2019
Full-time
We have great full and part time openings for caring Home Health Aides in the south metro area of the Twin Cities, MN. Assisted living for behavioral health and medical needs residents. 2nd shift and 6PM to 6AM overnight shifts with every other weekends are currently available. Apply today! Home Heath Aide Job Summary: This position is responsible for providing personal care and designated health-related services designed to maintain the resident’s physical and emotional well-being. Home Health Aide Responsibilities: Assist resident with personal cares which may include all or some of the following: shampooing of hair, assist with showering, rubbing with lotions, fingernails cares and foot cares if instructed to do so, medication administration, redirection of a confused resident, and other cares as assigned. Assist with dressing, grooming and oral cares as assigned. Assist in use of hearing aids and glasses for residents. Help each resident to reach and maintain the highest level of performance and independence. Assist with treatments as delegated by the RN/DON per individualized care plan. Observe client and report changes in physical and emotional conditions such as change in attitude, loss of appetite, weight, etc. Medication administration/assistance as delegated by RN. Prepare meals as directed following special meal plans if instructed. Take and record temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration as instructed. Report changes or concerns to RN. Attend in-service training as assigned. Follows cleaning schedule per shift worked. Lead resident activities as scheduled and assigned. Home Health Aide Required Skills and Abilities: Must understand and communicate using specialized medical terminology. Must be punctual, with a good attendance record. Promoted independence with residents offering choices and fostering self-help skills. Must be able to prioritize and organize work effectively and efficiently. Must be able compassionate and work with tact and ethical awareness. Must work as a team member with other personnel, supervisor and RN. Must demonstrate good interpersonal skills.
$43,000 - $53,000 yearly
MedSearch Corp Edina, MN, USA
Jun 18, 2019
Full-time
Overnights LPN Work Schedule: Excellent opportunity for an experienced LPN nurse. Overnights. Full-time. 12-hour shifts with every other weekend. Monday-Friday 7P-7A. Flexible 8 hours every other weekend. Overnights LPN PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY: The LPN is responsible for the support of the RN staff at our assisted living homes for delegated clinical tasks and other assigned duties. Circulate among 7 company homes in the southern Twin Cities metro area to meet the resident's needs. Overnights LPN JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: -Familiar with current resident service plans -Monitor residents for changes in condition -Receive and perform delegated tasks given by RN -Prepare physician rounding forms before visits -Prepare and confirm resident forms for auxiliary services -Facilitate dentist and podiatrist visits -Work with hospice companies to receive Certified Hospice Assistant -Per RN delegation maintains resident finger nails and toe nails -Per RN delegation administer injections -Per RN delegation assist with wound dressings for residents -Monitor PRN medication stock for residents and submit reorders -Travel to a pharmacy when medication is needed to be picked up -Monitor pass down and confirm narcotic counts -Monitor forms at homes to ensure needed copies are available -Monitor daily medication packs -Review incident reports with RN -Prepare medication administration training packets -Maintain clinical supply inventory and submit a request -Communicates with families, responsible parties, case managers -May participate in the orientation of new staff -Communicate to RNs any issues with employee performance, problems -Participates in care conferences with other members of the health care team when required -Communicate to RNs, observed training needs of Care Partners -Promotes good safety practices: -Body mechanics -Reporting of defective equipment or hazards -Wiping spills or wet floors immediately -Using Universal Precautions and appropriate infection control -Knowledge of emergency procedures -Reporting incidents to appropriate family member/s -Reporting incidents/accidents to the Administrator -Promotes a safe environment for the residents and family -Participates in in-service educational programs -Adheres to all MN Department of Human Services rules -Has completed the required training for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Overnights LPN EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION/JOB SKILLS REQUIREMENTS -Honest -We consider the safety of our residents a priority. -We improve our service continuously through education. -Graduate of accredited LPN program and has a current LPN license -Experience in home care, long term care, or assisted living -Supervisory experience preferred -Able to function independently -Has a current, negative TB test
$32.00 - $36.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Brooklyn Park, MN, USA
Jun 13, 2019
Full-time
Registered Nurse Brief Description: This is a full-time RN position. You will be joining a strong team of dedicated healthcare professionals. You will conduct psychiatric assessments of clients with mental health challenges. You will provide medication management and education services consistent with the needs of the client. You will collaborate with nursing staff to ensure clients receive appropriate follow up, monitoring and education regarding medication and symptoms of mental illness. Registered Nurse Responsibilities include: Monitoring patients’ overall health during every visit  Explaining procedures and treatment protocols to residents  Performing medication setup  Administering Medication  Verifying residents are taking the correct dosages of medications  Storing and securing medications  Documenting medication activities  Verifying and monitoring the safe handling and administration  Coordinating med refills  Handling and implementing changes to prescriptions  Communicating with the pharmacy about the client’s medications  Ensure compliance with Minnesota 245 D, AFC, and Class F regs  Facilitate and evaluate clients for admission to our group homes  Provide protection to clients from accident, injury, and infection  Perform residents admissions in accordance with MN 245 D  Make prompt and accurate nursing care judgments  Remaining on-call for patients who have healthcare emergencies Registered Nurse Job Requirements :  Current RN license in the state of Minnesota  Associate's degree in Nursing  Combined 3 years of experience providing home health nursing  Current driver's license and vehicle insurance  Excellent decision-making skills  Emotional stability, patience, and compassion  Being dedicated to customer service  Having computer literacy and proficiency with Microsoft  State of Minnesota 245 D, AFC, and Class F regulations knowledge
$180,000 - $220,000 yearly
MedSearch Corp Minneapolis, MN, USA
Jun 13, 2019
Full-time
PHYSICIAN ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND TASKS Initial Patient Care/Care Transitions The attending physician should assess a new admission in a timely fashion, based on a joint physician-facility-developed protocol and, depending on the individual's medical stability, recent and previous medical history, presence of significant or previously unidentified medical conditions, or problems that cannot be handled readily by phone. The attending physician will: Seek, provide, and analyze needed information regarding a patient's current status, recent history, and medications and treatments, to enable safe, effective continuing care and appropriate regulatory compliance; Provide appropriate information and documentation to support the facility in determining the level of care for a new admission; Authorize admission orders in a timely manner, based on a joint physician-facility-developed protocol, to enable the nursing facility to provide safe, appropriate, and timely care; and for a patient who is to be transferred to the care of another health care practitioner, continue to provide all necessary medical care and services pending transfer until another physician has accepted responsibility for the patient. Physician Regulatory Visits Comprehensive regulatory patient visits, in coordination with the facility’s overall plan of care for a resident, establish and guide the total program of care for each resident. The intent of these visits is to have the physician take an active role in supervising the care of residents. This should not be a superficial visit, but should include an evaluation of the resident’s condition and a review of and decision about the continued appropriateness of the resident’s current medical regimen. The attending physician should: Maintain a schedule of visits appropriate to the resident's medical condition depending on the patient's medical stability, recent and previous medical history. The frequency of visits shall be no less often than once every 30 days for the first 90 days after admission, and at least once every 60 days thereafter. Review the resident's total program of care, including medications and treatments, at each regularly scheduled visit, including reasons for changing or maintaining current treatments or medications, and a plan to address relevant medical issues. Total program of care includes all care the facility provides residents to maintain or improve their highest practicable mental and physical functional status, as defined by the comprehensive assessment and plan of care. Care includes medical services and medication management, physical, occupational, and speech/language therapy, nursing care, nutritional interventions, social work and activity services that maintain or improve psychosocial functioning. Periodically review all medications and monitor both for continued need based on validated diagnosis or problems and for possible adverse drug reactions. The medication review should consider observations and concerns offered by nurses, consultant pharmacists and others regarding beneficial and possible adverse impacts of medications on the patient. Properly define and describe patient symptoms and problems, clarify and verify diagnoses, relate diagnoses to patient problems, and help establish a realistic prognosis and care goals. Participate as a member of the interdisciplinary care team in the development and review of the resident's comprehensive care plan with the understanding that the minimum level of physician participation in interdisciplinary development and review of the care plan shall be a person-to-person conference with the registered professional nurse who has principal responsibility for development and implementation of the resident's care plan. Determine progress of each patient's condition at the time of the regulatory visit by evaluating the patient, talking with staff as needed, talking with responsible parties and/or family as indicated, and reviewing relevant information, as needed. In consultation with the facility's staff, determine appropriate services and programs for a patient, consistent with diagnoses, conditions, prognosis, and patient and family goals and wishes, focusing on helping patients attain their highest practicable level of functioning in the least restrictive environment. Conduct or arrange for palliative care counseling and pain management interventions when the resident is determined to be terminally ill or has a life limiting condition that may benefit from these services. Prepare, authenticate and date progress notes at each visit. Maintain progress notes that cover pertinent aspects of the resident’s condition and current status and goals. Provide documentation needed to explain medical conclusions and decisions; permit effective, timely resident care. Over time, documentation related to physician visits should address relevant information about significant ongoing, active, or potential problems and cover at least the following: Status of chronic medical conditions; Status of any recent or current symptoms or changes in condition; Pertinent physical findings; How the individual’s acute and chronic conditions effect his/her functioning, quality of life, nutrition, hydration, cognition, mobility, prospects for improvement, and ability to socialize and participate in activities (for example, how a recent episode of pneumonia or exacerbation of COPD affected anticipated functional improvement); Clinically important abnormal lab results Rationale for substantial changes in medication and treatment orders, including identification and management of complications of existing medications and treatments, and ensure that each medication has an indication for continued usage; Identified special needs such as dental services or restorative care Review of the pertinence of the overall plan of care Evaluation of any discharge potential. Physician Acute Illness Visits Acute illness visits should be performed to meet the medical needs of the complex residents in the nursing home. APPROPRIATE CARE FOR RESIDENTS The attending physician should: In consultation with facility staff, ensure that treatments, including rehabilitative efforts, are medically necessary and appropriate in accordance with relevant medical principles and regulatory requirements; In consultation with the facility staff, manage and document ethics issues consistent with relevant laws and regulations and with patients' wishes, including advising patients and families about formulating advance directives or other care instructions and helping identify individuals for whom aggressive medical interventions may not be indicated; and Provide orders that ensure individuals have appropriate comfort and supportive care measures as needed, for example, when experiencing significant pain or in palliative or end-of-life situations.
MedSearch Corp Rochester, MN, USA
Jun 10, 2019
Full-time
PHYSICIAN ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS AND TASKS Initial Patient Care/Care Transitions The attending physician should assess a new admission in a timely fashion, based on a joint physician-facility-developed protocol and, depending on the individual's medical stability, recent and previous medical history, presence of significant or previously unidentified medical conditions, or problems that cannot be handled readily by phone. The attending physician will: Seek, provide, and analyze needed information regarding a patient's current status, recent history, and medications and treatments, to enable safe, effective continuing care and appropriate regulatory compliance; Provide appropriate information and documentation to support the facility in determining the level of care for a new admission; Authorize admission orders in a timely manner, based on a joint physician-facility-developed protocol, to enable the nursing facility to provide safe, appropriate, and timely care; and for a patient who is to be transferred to the care of another health care practitioner, continue to provide all necessary medical care and services pending transfer until another physician has accepted responsibility for the patient. Physician Regulatory Visits Comprehensive regulatory patient visits, in coordination with the facility’s overall plan of care for a resident, establish and guide the total program of care for each resident. The intent of these visits is to have the physician take an active role in supervising the care of residents. This should not be a superficial visit, but should include an evaluation of the resident’s condition and a review of and decision about the continued appropriateness of the resident’s current medical regimen. The attending physician should: Maintain a schedule of visits appropriate to the resident's medical condition depending on the patient's medical stability, recent and previous medical history. The frequency of visits shall be no less often than once every 30 days for the first 90 days after admission, and at least once every 60 days thereafter. Review the resident's total program of care, including medications and treatments, at each regularly scheduled visit, including reasons for changing or maintaining current treatments or medications, and a plan to address relevant medical issues. Total program of care includes all care the facility provides residents to maintain or improve their highest practicable mental and physical functional status, as defined by the comprehensive assessment and plan of care. Care includes medical services and medication management, physical, occupational, and speech/language therapy, nursing care, nutritional interventions, social work and activity services that maintain or improve psycho-social functioning. Periodically review all medications and monitor both for continued need based on validated diagnosis or problems and for possible adverse drug reactions. The medication review should consider observations and concerns offered by nurses, consultant pharmacists and others regarding beneficial and possible adverse impacts of medications on the patient. Properly define and describe patient symptoms and problems, clarify and verify diagnoses, relate diagnoses to patient problems, and help establish a realistic prognosis and care goals. Participate as a member of the interdisciplinary care team in the development and review of the resident's comprehensive care plan with the understanding that the minimum level of physician participation in interdisciplinary development and review of the care plan shall be a person-to-person conference with the registered professional nurse who has principal responsibility for development and implementation of the resident's care plan. Determine progress of each patient's condition at the time of the regulatory visit by evaluating the patient, talking with staff as needed, talking with responsible parties and/or family as indicated, and reviewing relevant information, as needed. In consultation with the facility's staff, determine appropriate services and programs for a patient, consistent with diagnoses, conditions, prognosis, and patient and family goals and wishes, focusing on helping patients attain their highest practicable level of functioning in the least restrictive environment. Conduct or arrange for palliative care counseling and pain management interventions when the resident is determined to be terminally ill or has a life limiting condition that may benefit from these services. Prepare, authenticate and date progress notes at each visit. Maintain progress notes that cover pertinent aspects of the resident’s condition and current status and goals. Provide documentation needed to explain medical conclusions and decisions; permit effective, timely resident care. Over time, documentation related to physician visits should address relevant information about significant ongoing, active, or potential problems and cover at least the following: Status of chronic medical conditions; Status of any recent or current symptoms or changes in condition; Pertinent physical findings; How the individual’s acute and chronic conditions effect his/her functioning, quality of life, nutrition, hydration, cognition, mobility, prospects for improvement, and ability to socialize and participate in activities (for example, how a recent episode of pneumonia or exacerbation of COPD affected anticipated functional improvement); Clinically important abnormal lab results Rationale for substantial changes in medication and treatment orders, including identification and management of complications of existing medications and treatments, and ensure that each medication has an indication for continued usage; Identified special needs such as dental services or restorative care Review of the pertinence of the overall plan of care Evaluation of any discharge potential. Physician Acute Illness Visits Acute illness visits should be performed to meet the medical needs of the complex residents in the nursing home. APPROPRIATE CARE FOR RESIDENTS The attending physician should: In consultation with facility staff, ensure that treatments, including rehabilitative efforts, are medically necessary and appropriate in accordance with relevant medical principles and regulatory requirements; In consultation with the facility staff, manage and document ethics issues consistent with relevant laws and regulations and with patients' wishes, including advising patients and families about formulating advance directives or other care instructions and helping identify individuals for whom aggressive medical interventions may not be indicated; and Provide orders that ensure individuals have appropriate comfort and supportive care measures as needed, for example, when experiencing significant pain or in palliative or end-of-life situations.
$21.00 - $25.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Woodbury, MN, USA
Jun 10, 2019
Full-time
Job Description: LPN. Busy women's health practice in the Twin Cities, MN. LPN/Certified Medical Assistant position overview: Responsible for assisting physicians with all procedures and patient exams, Patient education and communicating effectively with team members, Accurately documenting patient information into their electronic medical record (EMR). LPN Qualifications: LPN/CMA applicants should possess the flexibility and motivation to provide clinical support across all divisions of the organization. Apply today. LPN Job Type : Full-time. Direct hire. Benefits eligible.
$38.00 - $42.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Maplewood, MN, USA
Jun 04, 2019
Full-time
Great opportunity for a skilled RN Manager to join a growing and busy team of home care professionals in the East Metro of the Twin Cities. 30-40 hours per week. Benefits eligible. Lots of flexibility in the schedule. Apply today! RN Nurse Manager Position Objective : The Home Care Nurse Manager is responsible for overseeing and carrying out all of the nursing responsibilities involved with maintaining a comprehensive home care license. Ensure the ongoing satisfaction, quality, and safety of existing clients through regular contact, in conjunction with designated quality assurance home visits for clients who specifically receive nursing delegated comprehensive services. The position requires the exercise of discretion and independent judgment regarding significant matters of quality assurances/clinical management/risk management and training of the CAREGiversSM for Home Instead Senior Care. Clear understanding of RN regulations and responsibilities This is an hourly position. 30-40 hours per week. Flexible schedule! RN Nurse Manager Responsibilities: Assist the Client Care team to maintain a current plan of care for clients Conduct regularly scheduled quality assurance home visits with new clients Schedule and conduct Nurse Assessment visits with clients receiving medication Conduct Nursing Supervisory visits for all CAREGivers Ensure proper documentation and maintenance of client journals Provide oversight, up to and including the instruction of initial and ongoing in-office and field training for CAREGivers. Act as an expert adviser regarding the medication services Keep detailed documentation of all relevant phone and in-person contact Review, create and keep updated the medication administration and comprehensive services records for clients receiving those services Attend the Quality Improvement meetings quarterly Attend the weekly Comprehensive Clients Meeting Adhere to all company policies, procedures, and business ethics codes RN Nurse Manager Secondary Responsibilities: Lead and oversee the Tuberculosis (TB) Infection Control Program Be available for calls requiring an RN response after-hours and on weekends Perform other reasonable duties as assigned or requested RN Nurse Manager Essential Job Qualifications: Assist with the medication and other comprehensive clinical services Comfortably delegate nursing tasks as outlined Clear understanding of the rules and regulations regarding delegating nursing tasks to both other licensed and non-licensed employees. Maintain a current, non-restricted Registered Nursing License in the state of Minnesota. 3 to 5 years of nursing experience, including delegation and management of employees.
$26.00 - $30.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Edina, MN, USA
Jun 03, 2019
Full-time
Triage Nurse RN position overview: We are hiring a phone triage nurse for our triage team in a busy Pediatric practice in the Twin Cities. The work includes extensive telephone work with both patients and providers. Work will be done on-site at Shakopee and Edina clinic locations. Triage Nurse Responsibilities: Good listening skills. Clinical and diagnostic skills to determine if the medical concern can be handled via phone or refereed for further care of a physician. Give health-related advice to parents and patients. Refer patients to internal physicians. Work closely with our leadership team and co-workers to promote high quality and consistency of medical advice. Additionally, act as a resource for our front desk, lab and business office staff. Serve as a liaison to pharmacies that serve our clinics. Triage Nurse Education and Licensure: Must have a current MN RN license. Maintain ongoing CEUs. BLS and First Aid Associate Degree in nursing. Pediatric experience preferred but not necessary. Training provided Apply today!
$30.00 - $35.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp South Metro Twin Cities,
May 31, 2019
Full-time
POSITION PURPOSE Join our growing team of dedicated medical professionals. Provide exceptional services to our exceptional residents in our assisted living homes. The Registered Nurse shall furnish services in accordance with the Nurse Practice Act and shall be utilized in accordance with the basic principles of the professional nurse. All functions shall be performed in accordance with the established policies and in accordance with state and federal regulations. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES  Meet with the client and family to accurately complete all admission paperwork. Assure that the client and family understand the home care plan and their responsibilities.  Demonstrate dependability.  Maintain a safe environment for clients.  Initiate the Plan of Care and make necessary revisions.  Maintain accurate and timely documentation in preparing client visit and progress notes with follow up.  Supervise, teach and orient caregivers per agency guidelines and regulatory standards.  Maintain compliance with the state regulations affecting home care.  Demonstrate knowledge of current home care practices. SPECIFIC JOB KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND PERSONAL ABILITIES REQUIRED  Nursing degree from an accredited school of professional nursing.  Currently registered/licensed with the Minnesota Board of Nursing.  Previous nursing/managerial experience in private duty home care preferred.  Demonstrate the ability to make appropriate nursing judgments.  Ability to listen and communicate clearly, fluently and diplomatically orally  Ability to remain flexible, resilient, calm and maintain a sense of humor  Ability to plan, organize, prioritize, delegate and accurately follow through  Ability to generate goodwill for the organization and its management  Possess and maintain good physical and mental health, including current TB testing.  U.S. Citizen or evidence of valid Alien Work Permit. PHYSICAL/ENVIRONMENTAL DEMANDS • See ADA Requirements
$22.00 - $28.00 hourly
MedSearch Corp Eagan, MN, USA
May 31, 2019
Full-time
Overnights LPN Work Schedule: Excellent opportunity for an experienced LPN nurse. Overnights. Full-time. 12-hour shifts with every other weekend. Monday-Friday 7P-7A. Flexible 8 hours every other weekend. Overnights LPN PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITY: The LPN is responsible for the support of the RN staff at our assisted living homes for delegated clinical tasks and other assigned duties. Circulate among 7 company homes in the southern Twin Cities metro area to meet the resident's needs. Overnights LPN JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: -Familiar with current resident service plans -Monitor residents for changes in condition -Receive and perform delegated tasks given by RN -Prepare physician rounding forms before visits -Prepare and confirm resident forms for auxiliary services -Facilitate dentist and podiatrist visits -Work with hospice companies to receive Certified Hospice Assistant -Per RN delegation maintains resident fingernails and toenails -Per RN delegation administer injections -Per RN delegation assist with wound dressings for residents -Monitor PRN medication stock for residents and submit reorders -Travel to a pharmacy when medication is needed to be picked up -Monitor pass down and confirm narcotic counts -Monitor forms at homes to ensure needed copies are available -Monitor daily medication packs -Review incident reports with RN -Prepare medication administration training packets -Maintain clinical supply inventory and submit a request -Communicates with families, responsible parties, case managers -May participate in the orientation of new staff -Communicate to RNs any issues with employee performance, problems -Participates in care conferences with other members of the health care team when required -Communicate to RNs, observed training needs of Care Partners -Promotes good safety practices: -Body mechanics -Reporting of defective equipment or hazards -Wiping spills or wet floors immediately -Using Universal Precautions and appropriate infection control -Knowledge of emergency procedures -Reporting incidents to appropriate family member/s -Reporting incidents/accidents to the Administrator -Promotes a safe environment for the residents and family -Participates in in-service educational programs -Adheres to all MN Department of Human Services rules -Has completed the required training for Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Overnights LPN EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION/JOB SKILLS REQUIREMENTS -Honest -We consider the safety of our residents a priority. -We improve our service continuously through education. -Graduate of accredited LPN program and has a current LPN license -Experience in home care, long term care, or assisted living -Supervisory experience preferred -Able to function independently -Has a current, negative TB test
$65,000 - $80,000 yearly
MedSearch Corp Detroit, MI, USA
May 30, 2019
Full-time
Nurse - Medical Device Clinical Specialist Job Description This individual will join our U.S. medical device Sales Team reporting to the National Sales Manager. The ideal candidate is the primary clinical resource for our U.S. customers and the U.S. sales team. He/she is responsible for working collaboratively with the inside and outside sales teams as a medical and clinical advisor. Location : Minneapolis, Chicago, or Detroit preferred Full time Nurse - Medical Device Clinical Specialist Job Duties • Interact with and support customers and the U.S. Sales Team via phone, email, video, etc. • Conduct onsite and offsite customer and sales team product training • Provide clinical education and phone support to customers and the U.S. sales team • Maintain an expert level of product knowledge and product applications • Coordinate, organize and participate in tradeshows, regional and national conferences, meetings, product presentations, workshops, hospital device demonstrations, and trials • Product troubleshooting onsite, and offsite via phone Nurse - Medical Device Clinical Specialist Experience and Requirements • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Nursing with a primary focus in the neurosurgery or cardiovascular ICU; or comparable experience • Minimum 3-years’ ICU nursing experience • Hands-on experience with medical devices in the ICU / OR setting • Strong interpersonal communication skills • Self-organized and detail-oriented • Ability to work independently • Demonstrable ability to work well with a variety of people including physicians, nurses, engineers, sales representatives, and hospital administration personnel • Strong computer skills with a proficiency in Microsoft Office Products, PowerPoint, and CRM • Ability to travel up to 50% within the United States; periodic international travel may be required Nurse - Medical Device Clinical Specialist Benefits: • Medical Insurance • Dental Insurance • Vision Insurance • Life Insurance • Disability Insurance • Retirement Plan • Paid Time Off Nurse Compensation Range : $65,000-$75,000
$65,000 - $80,000 yearly
MedSearch Corp Chicago, IL, USA
May 30, 2019
Full-time
Nurse - Medical Device Clinical Specialist Job Description This individual will join our U.S. medical device Sales Team reporting to the National Sales Manager. The ideal candidate is the primary clinical resource for our U.S. customers and the U.S. sales team. He/she is responsible for working collaboratively with the inside and outside sales teams as a medical and clinical advisor. Location : Minneapolis, Chicago, or Detroit preferred Full time Nurse - Medical Device Clinical Specialist Job Duties • Interact with and support customers and the U.S. Sales Team via phone, email, video, etc. • Conduct onsite and offsite customer and sales team product training • Provide clinical education and phone support to customers and the U.S. sales team • Maintain an expert level of product knowledge and product applications • Coordinate, organize and participate in tradeshows, regional and national conferences, meetings, product presentations, workshops, hospital device demonstrations, and trials • Product troubleshooting onsite, and offsite via phone Nurse - Medical Device Clinical Specialist Experience and Requirements • Bachelor’s Degree or higher in Nursing with a primary focus in the neurosurgery or cardiovascular ICU; or comparable experience • Minimum 3-years’ ICU nursing experience • Hands-on experience with medical devices in the ICU / OR setting • Strong interpersonal communication skills • Self-organized and detail-oriented • Ability to work independently • Demonstrable ability to work well with a variety of people including physicians, nurses, engineers, sales representatives, and hospital administration personnel • Strong computer skills with a proficiency in Microsoft Office Products, PowerPoint, and CRM • Ability to travel up to 50% within the United States; periodic international travel may be required Nurse - Medical Device Clinical Specialist Benefits: • Medical Insurance • Dental Insurance • Vision Insurance • Life Insurance • Disability Insurance • Retirement Plan • Paid Time Off Nurse Compensation Range : $65,000-$75,000