Gentiva Hospice is member of the Gentiva family - an industry leader in hospice, palliative and personal home care. Our place is by the side of those who need us, offering physical, spiritual and emotional support to patients and their families so they may make the most of every moment. We believe that better care for caregivers and clinicians means better care for everyone, so we offer ongoing professional training, lower nurse-to-patient ratios, and comprehensive benefits for eligible employees. Here, you'll join gifted colleagues who make a lasting difference in people's lives every day.
We're looking for a Registered Nurse - RN to join our team.
You will report directly to the Administrator, Executive Director or Patient Care Manager Senior and will maintain primary control and professional management of each patient. You will act as primary liaison between physician, patient/family and hospice team.
You'll provide direct patient care services to hospice patients and supportive care to the patient's family with a reasonable case load
You'll manage an interdisciplinary group consisting of Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurses (LPN or LVN), Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) and support staff to enhance the quality of hospice care
You'll evaluate patient/family needs and assist in the preparation and execution of the plan of care for each patient
You'll maintain all assigned patient clinical records
You'll participate in company quality assessment and performance improvement programs
Compassionate, kind and empathetic to your patients and their families
A current RN license (in the state of requested employment or ability to obtain)
1+ years of nursing experience in hospice, home health, or oncology preferred
This role requires full COVID-19 vaccination.
Comprehensive Benefits Package: Health Insurance, 401k Plan, Tuition Reimbursement, PTO
Opportunity to Participate In a Fleet Program
Professional Growth and Development Opportunities
This is a safety-sensitive position
Employee must meet minimum requirements to be eligible for benefits
Where applicable, employee must meet state specific requirements