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Home Health Clinical Manager (RN) - Full-time

Atlantic Beach, FL, United States
Home Care
Updated at
2020-07-12 16:00:02
Make Fleet Landing the next chapter in your story.
Filled with great stories and storytellers, Fleet Landing can change the story of your life. Find a career here, and you can add depth and meaning to your story beyond what you can imagine. 
Our Story
Integrity and passion drive us to be extraordinary. Since our beginnings in 1990, our dynamic and purpose-driven community has become a place where excellence abounds. No one offers a senior living community quite like Fleet Landing. From pristine campus to luxury healthcare environments, to extraordinary dining experiences, our commitment to excellence in hospitality is found in every detail. There’s nothing we won’t do to support the successful aging of those who live here. 
Your Opportunity
We are seeking a Home Health Clinical Manager whose primary responsibilities entails assisting the Administrator with the supervision of home health services to patients in their place of residence in accordance with physician orders and strives to provide the highest quality of care.  The Clinical Manager will provide direct clinic nursing, case management and supervisory nursing services to nurses, home health aides and to residents in the home setting. The role also acts as the Alternate Administrator in the absence of the Administrator. The primary purpose of the Alternate Administrator is to administer, direct and coordinate the activities of the Agency; and assumes responsibility for the day-to-day operation of the Agency in the absence of the Administrator. This role will act as the Director of Professional Services. The Clinical Manager is available at all times during operating hours (or appoints a similarly qualified alternate) and participates in all activities relevant to professional services furnished, including the development of qualifications and assignment of personnel.
WELLInspired™ - Benefits
Our residents deserve the best, and so do you. We offer generous benefits in addition to meaningful work, enriching community and a competitive salary. Full-time benefits include a generous 401k match, 90% of medical premium costs employer paid, uncapped PTO accrual from day 1, and extraordinary scholarship and continuing education opportunities.
We invite you to make Fleet Landing the next chapter in your story — and give your life new meaning. Tell us why Fleet Landing is where you want to write the next chapter in your life! 
Key Responsibilities:
  • Complete initial assessment within 24-48 hours of client admission and prepare care plan.    
  • Consults with the Administrator in determining a staffing pattern which will accomplish stated objectives and promote a maximum level of utilization of health personnel.
  • Assist in recruiting, hiring, evaluating and terminating nursing personnel.  Assists in instituting, interpreting and documenting disciplinary action.
  • Assist with orientation of new patient care personnel.
  • Assists in the preparation and implementation of policies and procedures which meet Medicare, Medicaid, accrediting bodies, state and local laws.
  • Assists in the coordination of interdisciplinary team services, patient care and referrals.
  • Assists in the organization of nursing services to delineate and delegate functional responsibility, lines of relationship and communication to provide safe and therapeutically effective service.
  • Participates in the coordain\nation of Agency’s services with the services of other community agencies.
  • Directs the activities of clinical care to LPN’s, CNA’s and other ancillary staff. 
  • Serves as a role model for all colleagues by setting an example of high standards in dress, conduct, cooperation and job performances.
  • Observes confidentiality and safeguards all patient related information.
  • Accepts responsibility for regular attendance and punctuality; fulfills job related requirements without regard to time involved.
  • Serves as a resource person to employees.
  • Develops a cooperative relationship and communicates effectively and professionally with physicians.
  • Investigates and reports any problem relating to patient care and/or employee well-being.
  • Immediately reports any accident, incident, lost articles or unusual occurrence to the Administrator.
  • Attends pertinent continuing education programs other than routine in services and shares information with staff.
  • Monitors equipment for appropriate use and takes steps to keep misuse to a minimum.
  • Assists with the Agency’s on-going Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement (QAPI) program.
  • Assures the development, implementation and updates of the individualized patient plans of care.
  • Reviews patient medical records for compliance with federal, state, accrediting, bodies, local and Agency policies and guidelines.
  • Will conduct patient case conferences, staff meetings and maintains documentation. Participates in community education projects.
  • Ensures that all necessary supplies, and equipment are available.
  • Must be able to perform nursing functions. Admission to be done within 24-48 hour of receipt of referral.  
  • Available to participate in the nurse on-call rotation.
  • Ensures that documentation is completed in accordance with Agency policy.
  • Assist with staff/patient assignment and on call schedule as needed.
  • Other duties as assigned by Administrator.
  • Assures that the patient needs are continually assessed.
  • Provides supervision/management of non-skilled and skilled services.
  • Acts as coordinator of the health care team to maintain continuum of care with all disciplines; including contracted services.
Minimum Education Required:
  1. Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, currently licensed in the state of practice and meets all requirements for applicable state regulatory agencies. Current CPR certification. Ability to exercise initiative and independent judgement. Ability to work with individuals to enlist cooperation of many people to perform/achieve a common goal.
One to three (1-3) years of nursing experience, home care experience preferred.  Minimum of 1 year administrative and/or supervisory experience.  Working knowledge of home care regulations.  Demonstrated management and leadership expertise preferred.
Fleet Landing is an Equal Opportunity Employer and Drug Free Workplace