Registered Nurse (RN) - Home Care (NC, Greensboro)
- Nurses of North Carolina
- Healthcare and Medical
- Job type
- Part time
Nurse Care of North Carolina has an immediate need for a Registered Nurse (RN) in the Greensboro area who is interested in working in home care! The Registered Nurse will provide one on one care to a patient in their home. This will require specialized knowledge and will be done under the direction of the RN Supervisor. Apply today and then call a Talent Specialist at to talk more about this opportunity!
- Flexible Schedules
- Performance Bonuses
- Referral Bonuses
- Employee Benefits - a range of benefits for qualifying employees, including health insurance, 401K, dental, and vision
- Yearly Raises
- Registered Nurses on staff 24/7 to address any medical questions
- Paid Training/Educational Classes
- CPR Classes
- Flexible start date
Essential Functions of a Registered Nurse (RN):
- Possess and maintain a valid nursing license from the state of North Carolina or another compact state
- Work 16 hours a month minimum to be kept as an active Registered Nurse (RN) in our system
- Complete the required orientation process, including education on job requirements, OSHA standards, Nurse Care of North Carolina policies/procedures and any medication/skills test as required for position
- Attend all required in-service meetings and satisfy in-service education requirements
- Administer medications to clients and residents according to the Medication Administration Record and document accordingly.
- Communicate fluently with clients and all NCNC team members.
- Perform and document any treatments according to the instructions in the Treatment Record and/or coordinated Plan of Care. This could include turning, lifting and positioning clients as needed and assisting clients with transfers in and out of wheelchair, bed, bath or shower.
- Encourage clients/patients to do as much as possible for themselves to maintain independence.
- Supervise any staff assigned to your patients during your shift.
- Observe and report to the physician, Facility Supervisor or Nursing Administrator any emergency situations concerning a patient's condition.
- Give report to oncoming Registered Nurse (RN) or Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) for the next shift.