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Kindred at Home Graduate RN Home Health in Everett, Washington

Our Care Matters.

When you join the Kindred at Home team, you become part of something bigger. We are the nation’s leading provider of comprehensive home health, hospice, and non-medical home care services. Our team delivers compassionate, high-quality care to patients in their homes or places of residence, including non-medical personal assistance, skilled nursing, rehabilitation, hospice and palliative care. Now more than ever, people in your community need in-home healthcare. Our team helps to keep them safely at home, during moments that matter most to them. Our caregivers focus on each unique patient to deliver the appropriate care and emotional support to our patients and their families.

Our Employees Matter.

We believe a world-class patient experience is enabled by an exceptional employee experience. And, committed to fostering an amazing employee experience at Kindred at Home. Our people are our greatest resource and asset, and we are committed to helping our employees thrive and fulfill their personal and professional goals.

We offer:

  • Competitive pay and 401k

  • Healthy Steps Wellness

  • Healthcare Plans

  • Employee Assistance Program

  • Centers of Excellence Program

  • Educational Assistance

  • Clinical ladder for professional credentialing and advancement

  • Leadership development

  • Talent focused Framework

  • Targeted personal and career development planning

As a, New Graduate RN , you will:

  • It is the expectation the New Graduate will follow his/her New Graduate orientation track as designed. This will ensure the observation and competency will be completed in the proper order.

  • Assess home health and/or hospice patients in stable and emergent situations to identify the physical, psychosocial and environmental needs as evidenced by documentation, clinical record, case conference, team report and evaluations.

  • Implement, develop, document and evaluate the Plan of Care (POC) to ensure quality and continuity of care.

  • Obtain data on physical, psychological, social, spiritual and cultural factors that may influence patient/family health status and incorporate that data in to the Plan of Care (POC).

  • Assure continuity of quality patient care delivered with appropriate documentation. Maintain up-to-date patient records so that all visits, contacts, problems, plans, actions and goals are accurately and clearly stated and changes are reflected as they occur.

  • Provide care utilizing infection control measures that protect both the staff and the Patient (OSHA).

  • Educate patients and/or their families regarding care, diet, medications, home safety, etc. Uses teaching methods appropriate to the age, condition, culture and assessed learning-readiness of the patient and/or family members. Consistently teach and promote self-care practices.

  • Assess and reassess pain. Utilize appropriate pain management techniques. Educate the patient and family regarding pain management.

  • Arrange referrals to appropriate agencies when need exists.

  • Monitor assigned cases to ensure compliance with requirements of third party payer.

  • Provide effective communication and serves as a liaison to patients/family, team members, administration, physicians and other health care professionals.

  • Must attend interdisciplinary team meetings/case conferences, staff meetings and other meetings as appropriate.

  • Participate in Performance Improvement activities which may include clinical record review or participation in the PI Committee.

  • Documents appropriately on all patient visits. case conferences, physician orders, re-certifications, discharges and care plan changes timely..

  • The following essential functions will not be assigned prior to after the completion of the first 90-120 days.

  • Supervise and provide clinical directions to the HHA/STNA/LVN to ensure quality and continuity of service provided.

  • Performs on-call responsibilities and provide on-call services to patients/families as assigned.

  • Provides case management under the supervision of the Clinical Manager in compliance with the state Registered Nurse Practice Act.

  • It is the expectation the skills checklist will be completed with the preceptor when the patient care opportunity arises. Any skills not signed off by the preceptor, will be the responsibility of the New Graduate and his/her Clinical Manager to prove competency prior to delivery of that specific care.

  • Perform other related duties as assigned or requested

Required Skills

  • Graduate of an accredited school in Nursing or Nursing Diploma program.Bachelors of Science or greater in Nursing, preferred.

  • Current state license as a Registered Nurse.

  • Proof of current CPR and Hepatitis profile.

  • Current driver’s license. Must have reliable transportation and automobile insurance.

  • If permitted by state regulations, the New Graduate RN may be employed by the Home Health Agency when approved by the Regional Clinical and Operational Leadership.

  • Prior medical experience is preferred.

  • Demonstrated ability to assess and respond to the needs of patients and families in varied settings.

  • Ability to communicate effectively with patients and their family members and at all levels of the organization.

  • Knowledge of medications and their correct administration.

  • Must have knowledge of venipuncture and IV care.

  • Is competent in (1) stage (as appropriate), measure and treat surgical wounds and decubiti, (2) administer inhalation therapy, (3) perform phlebotomy for outpatient lab testing, and (4) develop and initiate bowel and/or bladder training programs for the home care patient in addition to all routine medical/surgical nursing skills.

  • Is competent in (1) care and maintenance of indwelling catheters and drains, (2) safe use of all durable medical equipment routinely used in home setting.

  • Maintains current licensure certifications and meets mandatory continuing education requirements.

  • Ability to work flexible schedule and travel locally.

  • Ability to do heavy lifting, bending, pulling, pushing and standing. Prolonged standing and walking required. Requires working under some stressful conditions to meet deadlines and patient needs and to meet patient/family individualized psycho social needs.

  • Must read, write and speak fluent English.

  • If the New Graduate RN is assigned a patient visit requiring a skill/procedure that he/she has not proved competency; the New Graduate RN has the right and the responsibility to inform his/her Preceptor or Clinical Manager and decline the patient visit.

  • This role requires full COVID-19 vaccination.

Required Experience

Join Our Team!

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To learn more, please contact your local recruiter at (toll free) 855-KND-AT-HOME or apply online. Our Recruiters are ready to help you start a new and rewarding career with Kindred at Home.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.

Job Category: Registered Nurse

ID: 77862