Community Medical Centers has been providing central California with the highest level of care available in the region. Community Regional Medical Center measures up with top hospitals nationally and is the 3rd largest in California! With 685 beds, we are home to the only comprehensive Burn and Level I Trauma center between Los Angeles and Sacramento. The 56,000 square-foot emergency department is one of the largest and busiest in California! We have an 84-bed Level III NICU and plan to significantly expand pediatric specialty care. Our hospital serves 2.5 million people within 9 counties, averaging a daily census of 641 patients. We're affiliated with UCSF as a teaching facility; trained 3,000 Medical Doctors to date plus continuous invests in research and training grants.
The RN Case Manager in Ambulatory is responsible for actively managing and advocating for patients currently enrolled in the Community Special Services Program. The Case Manager will be responsible for having comprehensive knowledge of the patient's medical status. The Case Manager will consider physical, psychosocial and financial assessment information in planning for, coordinating and implementing a patient specific plan of care. Case management will include educating patients about medication, encouraging adherence, promoting risk reduction and healthy lifestyle choices, and follow up with patients to see that medication is taken, appointments are made and labs are completed. The Case Manager will work with providers and other multidisciplinary team members, utilizing a proactive approach, to ensure that medical care is provided based on current standards of care.
Graduation from an accredited School of Nursing or successful completion of sufficient units in Nursing to qualify for California licensure. PREFERRED: 3+ years disease specific experience (e.g. HIV/AIDS). Medical/Surgical or critical care experience. LICENSES/CERTIFICATIONS MINIMUM REQUIRED: Current California RN license. Current BLS certification.
Preferred: Bilingual in Spanish.