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Medical Director – Hospice   
Portland, OR

To apply visit www.careoregon.org/careers and search for Housecall Providers Medical Director – Hospice (requisition 19285) in our careers portal. If you have any difficulty submitting your resume through the online process, please let us know by emailing recruitment@careoregon.org.

Housecall Providers https://www.housecallproviders.org/

Housecall Providers is a Portland area nonprofit organization and one of the largest providers of medical care exclusively in the home in the Western United States. We are proving every day that in home medical services for homebound and chronically ill patients can improve health outcomes, increase patient comfort, reduce health care costs and increase provider satisfaction. We are a proud part of the CareOregon family of health organizations.

Our Mission
Improving lives by bringing health care home
Our VisionTo sustainably transform home-based medicine so all homebound adults and those living with serious illness have access to care that improves their quality of life.
Our Values
Compassion and respect, authentic relationships, collaboration, courage, social justice
Diversity Statement
We embrace the diversity of our employees, patients, and those who care for them. Through awareness and advocacy, we are working to create health equity by recognizing and reducing barriers that affect non-dominant groups within Housecall Providers and our communities at large.
The quadruple aim is real at Housecall Providers
In home medical care for homebound patients is proven to increase patient comfort, improve health outcomes, reduce health care costs and increase provider/care team satisfaction. Housecall Providers has saved Medicare millions of dollars, while providing better care to our patients, ensuring greater patient comfort, improved health outcomes and care team satisfaction. With the population aging, more people are suffering from multiple chronic conditions and degenerative diseases. This trend will continue as roughly 10,000 baby boomers a day enter the Medicare system.

To protect the health and well-being of our members, employees and community, CareOregon requires all employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have an approved medical or religious exception as a qualification of employment.

Candidates who receive an offer of employment by CareOregon, must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or submit a medical or religious exception request, which will be evaluated in accordance with CareOregon’s standard accommodation process.

General Statement of Duties

The Hospice Medical Director is responsible for providing clinical leadership and expertise to the hospice for the purpose of improving patient medical care and symptom palliation. This position facilitates a culture of collaboration with the hospice team and ensure integration of primary and palliative medicine by building relationships with referring PCPs and specialists. The Hospice Medical Director also identifies opportunities to improve care delivery, use resources effectively, and comply with legal, regulatory and clinical policies and procedures.  This position is an integral part of the interdisciplinary team (IDT) and attends IDT meetings as scheduled, acting as a medical resource for the team, guiding the work of those who provide direct medical services (RN, NP, PA, LPN, CNA), and assuring compliance with medical standards of care for hospice.

Essential Position Functions

Clinical Leadership and Care

  • Reviews patient eligibility for hospice services; certifies patients meet medical criteria for admission and recertification based on available prognostic indicators.
  • Assists the IDT in developing, implementing, and updating a plan of care that is coordinated with the attending physician to ensure that the needs of the patient are being met.
  • Provides coverage and support to hospice staff for provision of medical services in the absence of the attending physician or after normal business hours.
  • Renders the necessary medical management, in consultation with the attending physician, consistent with the plan of care and the patient’s needs.
  • Acts as a resource to hospice staff, patients, family members, and attending physicians regarding pain and symptom control measures.
  • Performs home visits related to patient assessment and care as needed and appropriate.
  • Ensures that medical services and support are available to hospice patients and the IDT 24/7, either directly or through arrangements.
  • Provides consultation, support, and education to the hospice IDT, attending physicians, and other colleagues regarding medical eligibility, symptom management, and any other issues related to the care of hospice patients.
  • Documents care provided in the patient’s clinical record, including evidence of end-stage-disease progression.
  • Reviews patients’ medications and other treatments to ensure they are medically necessary and cost-effective.
  • Provides clinical leadership in the development and review of clinical protocols and processes that support appropriate referral and consistent, quality care.
  • Provides guidance to hospice IDT and Ethics Committee in the resolution of conflict and ethical issues.
  • Utilizes appropriate resources to maintain knowledge and skills for the hospice care in all settings including regulatory/reimbursement guidelines and integrates into clinical practice.

Operations

  • Assures overall continuity of hospice medical services.
  • Assures that the patient receives appropriate measures to control uncomfortable symptoms.
  • Assures physician representation/participation in the development of patients’ hospice plan of care.
  • Actively participates in quality improvement initiatives and programs; identifies opportunities for quality improvement in patient care and safety.
  • Participates in organization and program budgeting and strategic planning.
  • Actively participates in the development and updating of patient care policies and emergency procedures.
  • Provides timely and appropriate response to internal and external customer needs.

Education/Counseling

  • Participates in family meetings to educate patients and families on medical conditions and the pros and cons of treatments or medications.
  • Consults with the patient’s PCP as needed regarding eligibility for hospice care, pain and symptom control. Complements attending physician care.
  • Provides continuing education for hospice IDT.
  • Acts as a liaison to referral sources, community physicians, other community agencies and health care settings; provides ad hoc activities to support education to colleagues related to admission criteria for hospice and palliative care, outreach or fundraising goals.
  • Acts as a spokesperson for hospice within the larger medical community.

Employee Supervision

  • Directs team(s) and establishes team direction and goals in alignment with the organizational mission, vision, and values.
  • Identifies work and staffing models; recruits, hires, and oversees a team to meet work needs, using an equity, diversity, and inclusion lens.
  • Identifies department priorities; ensures employees have information and resources to meet job expectations.
  • Leads the development, communication, and oversight of team and individual goals; ensures goals, expectations, and standards are clearly understood by staff.
  • Manages, coaches, motivates, and guides employees; promotes employee development.
  • Incorporates guidance from CareOregon equity tools into people leadership, planning, operations, evaluation, budgeting, resource allocation, and decision making.
  • Ensures team adheres to department and organizational standards, policies, and procedures.
  • Evaluates employee performance and provides regular feedback to support success; recognizes strong performance and addresses performance gaps and accountability (corrective action).
  • Performs supervisory tasks in collaboration with Human Resources as needed.

Education and/or Experience

Required:

  • Licensed physician (MD or DO) in the State of Oregon
  • Certification by the American Board of Medical Specialties
  • Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) license
  • 3 years of experience as a hospice medical director and/or hospice physician
  • Minimum 2 years’ experience in a supervisory position
  • Valid driver’s license, acceptable driving record, and automobile liability coverage or access to an insured vehicle
  • CPR certification at hire or within 6 months in position
  • Medical leadership experience
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Preferred:

  • Completion of the Hospice Medical Director certification or geriatric and/or palliative care certified
  • Completion of internship and residency in Internal Medicine or Family Medicine
  • 5 years of clinical experience in geriatrics, safety net populations and/or palliative medicine
  • Experience with the mental health, substance use and behavioral health issues.
  • Experience with medical ethics and quality improvement methodology

In addition to satisfying work, our staff enjoys a competitive benefits package, including:
– A culture that values collaborative, innovative work.
– Competitive pay and comprehensive benefits.
– Flexible work schedules.
– Telecommuting options for many positions.
– Subsidy for wellness activities.
– A 401K program with generous employer contributions.
– Training and education opportunities.
– Sabbatical Leave Program.

https://www.careoregon.org/careers/job-openings

CareOregon is making a difference. Join us.
For people who care about helping others, CareOregon is the place to be. We’re a nonprofit health plan dedicated to providing access to high-quality, cost-effective, culturally competent care for Oregon Health Plan and Medicare Advantage participants. For compassionate innovators committed to improving health care throughout Oregon, we offer a great work environment where your contributions are recognized.

We have a commitment to understand others, value differences and move beyond simple tolerance to embrace and celebrate the richness within each individual. CareOregon is among the top-rated nonprofits in Oregon, noted especially for our work/life flexibility. We offer competitive salaries and generous benefits.

Senior Director of Business Development & Innovation  

Job Title:  Senior Director of Business Development & Innovation
Supervisor:  Chief Operating Officer (COO)
FLSA Status:  Exempt 

Positions Supervised:  Director of Growth & Provider Relations, Director of Hospital Liaison Services, and Community Education and Outreach Coordinator.

Interrelationships:  Works closely with the COO and executive leadership team in carrying out organizational and strategic objectives. Works collaboratively with the executive leaders, directors, and other staff members to achieve targeted outcomes in census, admissions, quality, service, and financial stewardship.  Also have contact with committees, volunteers, donors, referral sources and key other key community leaders/organizations.

Job Summary:
The Senior Director of Business Development and Innovation will be responsible for market development, payer strategy, service line development, innovation initiatives, and community education and outreach. The Senior Director of Business Development and Innovation will direct and coordinate existing and new business development projects in partnership with the senior leadership team, health systems, medical providers, and community stakeholders. This individual will build new relationships and strengthen existing partnerships in the communities that AuthoraCare Collective (ACC) serves. The Senior Director will monitor market and operational trends, analyze existing business development approaches, adjust priorities, and recommend actions as needed.  This individual will ensure the organization grows net revenue and profitability by growing referrals to current program offerings and developing new service lines and partnerships.  This position will explore new opportunities, new customer segments, and partnerships for growth outside of existing hospice and palliative care programs.  In addition, this individual will work collaboratively with the CEO, COO, and VP of Marketing and Development to leverage our brand awareness in the communities we serve.

Education and Experience:

  • Master’s degree is required
  • Minimum 10 years of progressively responsible management and leadership experience in health care required.
  • Strong background in Hospice and Home Care services is preferred.
  • Healthcare payer and managed care experience preferred.

Required Skills/Abilities:

  • Experience and proficiency in management and leadership skills.
  • Advanced critical thinking, analytical and financial skills.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills, grant-writing and public speaking.
  • Strong interpersonal and organizational skills with an ability to adapt and relate well to diverse stakeholders and constituencies.
  • Excellent time management skills with an ability to handle multiple and complex assignments simultaneously, sometimes in a stressful, fast-paced environment.
  • Close attention to detail and prompt follow-up on assignments.
  • Projects a highly polished and professional image.
  • Recognized locally, statewide and/or nationally for expertise and leadership in his/her professional discipline.
  • Strong computer competencies needed.
  • Ability to act with integrity, professionalism, and confidentiality.
  • Strong communication, interpersonal, and organizational skills
  • Ability to read, write, and speak in English.
  • Bend and stoop frequently; perform repetitive hand/wrist movement; mobility to climb stairs; walk distances; move around buildings.
  • Must be able to bend and stoop frequently; perform repetitive hand/wrist movement.
  • Ability to lift and transport items of 5-30 pounds while providing services or during the workday.
  • Valid state-issued driver’s license required.
  • Must carry automobile liability insurance at limits required by agency.
  • Must have own transportation.

Major Job Responsibilities

  • Develops, communicates, executes, and sustains strategic growth initiatives.
  • Monitors progress and assures that the organization meets established growth and access to care targets.
  • Continually monitors trends related to serious illness and end-of-life care, including both government and commercial products and services.
  • Utilizes data analysis and market research to determine market behavior, demand for services, emerging needs, and market competition to create differentiation strategies and maintain a competitive edge.
  • Develops a sales team that produces referrals and supports existing referral sources in a way that maintains a positive and valuable relationship.
  • Researches and identifies potential new service lines and develops comprehensive business plans and budgets for proposed or expanded lines of business.
  • Researches and remains current on the activities, directions, key players, and strategic priorities of health systems, provider/payer organizations, population health, value-based-care and other risk-bearing entities.
  • Develops strong relationships and actively pursues new partnerships, contracts, business opportunities with health systems, payers, managed care organizations, community organizations, value-based purchasing entities, and alternative payment models.
  • Collaboratively supports the CEO and COO in the development of strategic plans to differentiate and position the organization for success in the future environment.
  • Collaborates with the senior leadership team to identify and apply for grants, assists with applications and reporting requirements for CMS demonstration projects, and other funding opportunities.
  • Oversees the hospital liaison services to ensure the integration and continuity of care with regional hospitals and health systems and position AuthoraCare as the provider of choice.
  • Provides oversight and development of the community liaison and sales functions to drive referral and revenue growth as well as optimize AuthoraCare Collective’s image and reputation.
  • Provides leadership to the organization’s community education and outreach services and ensures outreach to underserved and diverse communities, leverages community partnerships, addresses health disparities and structural inequities that impact access to care, and education on advanced illness, hospice and palliative care issues.            

MISCELLANEOUS:

  • Employee may be required to perform other duties as assigned.
  • Demonstrates knowledge and supports AuthoraCare Collective’s mission, vision, values, standards, policies and procedures, operating instructions, confidentiality standards, and the code of ethical behavior.
  • To apply, click here.

RN, Admissions  

If you thrive in an environment that fosters teamwork and professional growth while making a difference in the lives of your patients and their families, it’s time to join Chapters Health System.  We have excellent full-time opportunities (four 10/hour days and rotating weekends) for RN, Admissions throughout Hillsborough County who will be responsible for the clinical coordination of any hospice evaluation and/or admission to hospice.

In this role, you will explain services to potential patients/families and address questions regarding patient fears and physical limitations while putting the patient/family at ease, as well as:

  • Educating patient/family on admission requirements and address immediate needs
  • Identifying admission objections, concerns, or other entry barriers and provide responses
  • Providing information to physicians and initiate plan of care to address patient’s immediate needs
  • Initiating skilled nursing interventions to prevent complications, alleviate symptoms and maximize physical and emotional comfort

In addition to the ability to present services in an empathetic and compassionate manner, you’re the ideal candidate if you have:

  • Current Florida RN licensure (or licensure from another state plus a temporary Florida permit)
  • Previous experience working with an EMR/EHR (electronic medical/health record) system
  • At least two (2) years of RN experience in acute care, hospice, home health or other post-acute care
  • Excellent critical decision-making and problem-solving skills
  • Flexible schedule to meet the needs of patients

As a premier employer throughout West Central Florida, we offer a competitive salary and benefits package that includes up to 25 days of paid time off.   We are honored by its re-certification as a great workplace in the Aging Services category by the Great Place to Work® Institute for the fourth year in a row.

Start the next chapter of your career with us at www.ChaptersHealth.org.

RN Care Coordinator Hospice 

Work/life balance.  25 PAID days off.  Brand new EMR. 

If those are things you have been longing for, look no further than Chapters Health System.  We have excellent opportunities throughout Southeast Hillsborough.  With our brand new, state-of-the art EMR there is no more charting late into the evening, allowing you to spend precious time with your family and friends. 

You are the ideal RN Care Coordinator Hospice candidate if you have:

  • Current Florida RN licensure (or licensure from another state plus a temporary Florida permit)
  • Previous experience working with an EMR/EHR (Electronic Medical/Health Record) system
  • At least one year of inpatient nursing or hospice experience
  • A flexible schedule to meet the needs of your patients

Hospice Heart

Compassion is at the heart of everything we do.  Our culture supports you in every way so that you can focus on what is most important – one on one patient care!  In addition to work/life balance, we offer an exceptional salary and benefits package, including up to 25 paid days off

And that’s not all, we have been certified a great workplace in the Aging Services category by the Great Place to Work® Institute for the fourth year in a row.  We value the contributions of our team members and we let them know.  It’s fun to work in a company where people truly believe in the work they’re doing.

Start the next chapter in your career today.  Apply online today.

Certified Nursing Assistant – Hospice House – Carolina Caring 

Newton, NC

Full-time, 3 shifts/week, 7:00PM – 7:00AM

Night shift positions offer an additional $1/hour shift differential

Full-time positions offer an excellent benefit plan with paid time off

Carolina Caring is seeking a Certified Nursing Assistant to fulfill the organization’s need to deliver personal care services under the direction of a licensed nurse to hospice patients consistent with individualized plans of care and case load assignments.

Essential Duties And Responsibilities:

  • Carolina Caring Facilities – Perform housekeeping, laundry and other tasks.  (See attached task list).
  • CNAI only – (See attached task list).
  • CNAI + 4 – (See attached task list).
  • CNAI and CNA ll – (See attached task list).
  • Communicate changes, concerns and potentially problematic patient/caregiver issues to the Carolina Caring interdisciplinary team members.
  • Attend interdisciplinary meetings and work as a team member in addressing patient/caregiver needs.
  • Provide quality care to the terminally ill and offer support to the patient and their caregivers as needed.
  • Reinforce safety measures with patients and families.
  • Provide appropriate support at time of death.
  • Document care provided timely and accurately, direct and indirect patient care time, and administrative time supportive of the organization’s financial and statistical reporting needs by 11:00 a.m. the following business day.
  • Develop a learning plan and review it with your leader.
  • Must complete a minimum of 12 hours of in-service training each 12-month period.
  • Demonstrates familiarity with policies of Carolina Caring; understands and adheres to rules, regulations and standards of regulatory bodies, QAPI program and applicable accrediting agencies.
  • Complies in a timely manner with all mandatory in-service requirements and competencies of Carolina Caring.

Education & Experience

Certified as a Nursing Assistant.  NA I must have current listing as NA I with DFS.  NA II must have current listing as NA I with DFS and current listing as NA II with the North Carolina Board of Nursing.  Must maintain CPR certification. One year minimum clinical experience.  Hospice or home health care experience preferred.

Carolina Caring has been nationally recognized as Modern Healthcare Best Places to Work consecutively since 2019. We are looking for candidates to join our team and support our mission of caring.

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Registered Nurse – On-Call – Carolina Caring 

Newton, NC

Full-time – Salaried

Weekend Position

Full-time positions offer an excellent benefit plan with paid time off and mileage reimbursement

Carolina Caring is seeking a Registered Nurse to fulfill the organizations need to deliver nursing care to hospice patients consistent with physician’s orders, nursing assessments and individualized plans of care and to provide support and education to caregivers of patients.  To provide support and education to patients and caregivers of patients during weekends.

Essential Duties And Responsibilities:

  • Assumes responsibility for weekends, holidays and other specified times scheduled consistent with Carolina Caring policies and procedures.
  • Assumes primary responsibility of patients including the assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating phases of the nursing process.
  • Identifies patient/caregiver needs, develops goals to meet those needs and provides supportive care and appropriate services in accordance with the attending physician’s orders and the interdisciplinary team plan of care.
  • Observes patient, records significant conditions and reactions, and notifies primary nurse, supervisor or physician of patient’s condition, reaction to treatments, significant incidents and changes to the plan of care.
  • Prepares clinical and progress notes for the clinical record and ensure all documentation is current and consistent with established standards.
  • Works collaboratively as a member of the interdisciplinary team.
  • Participates in in-service training programs and orientation of new team members and volunteers, as requested.
  • Initiates communication with attending physicians, Medical Director, primary nurse, administrative on-call person or on-call social worker and other resources, as required, to report changes and coordinate optimal care and use of resources for the patient/caregiver.
  • Develop a learning plan and review it with your leader.
  • Provides support and education on end of life care to caregivers and facility staff.
  • Responds to medical or emotional crisis and/or patient and make home visit to provide direct care and emotional support as appropriate.
  • Demonstrates familiarity with policies of Carolina Caring; understands and adheres to rules, regulations and standards of regulatory bodies, QAPI program and applicable accrediting agencies.
  • Complies in a timely manner with all mandatory in-service requirements of Carolina Caring.

Education & Experience

Graduate of an accredited school of nursing – Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred.  Current, unrestricted North   Carolina nursing license required.  Must maintain CPR certification. One to three years clinical experience required. Pediatric experience required. Hospice or home health care experience preferred.

Carolina Caring has been nationally recognized as Modern Healthcare Best Places to Work consecutively since 2019. We are looking for candidates to join our team and support our mission of caring.

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Registered Nurse – On-Call – Carolina Caring 

Catawba, NC

Full-time – Salaried

7 Days On/7 Days Off

Full-time positions offer an excellent benefit plan with paid time off and mileage reimbursement

Carolina Caring is seeking a Registered Nurse to fulfill the organizations need to deliver nursing care to hospice patients consistent with physician’s orders, nursing assessments and individualized plans of care and to provide support and education to caregivers of patients.  To provide support and education to patients and caregivers of patients during weekends, holidays, evenings, nights and other specified times. Pediatric experience preferred.

Essential Duties And Responsibilities:

  • Assumes responsibility for evening, nights, weekends, holidays and other specified    times scheduled consistent with Carolina Caring policies and procedures.
  • Assumes primary responsibility of patients including the assessing, planning, implementing and evaluating phases of the nursing process.
  • Identifies patient/caregiver needs, develops goals to meet those needs and provides supportive care and appropriate services in accordance with the attending physician’s orders and the interdisciplinary team plan of care.
  • Observes patient, records significant conditions and reactions, and notifies primary nurse, supervisor or physician of patient’s condition, reaction to treatments, significant incidents and changes to the plan of care.
  • Prepares clinical and progress notes for the clinical record and ensure all documentation is current and consistent with established standards.
  • Works collaboratively as a member of the interdisciplinary team.
  • Participates in in-service training programs and orientation of new team members and volunteers, as requested.
  • Initiates communication with attending physicians, Medical Director, primary nurse, administrative on-call person or on-call social worker and other resources, as required, to report changes and coordinate optimal care and use of resources for the patient/caregiver.
  • Develop a learning plan and review it with your leader.
  • Provides support and education on end of life care to caregivers and facility staff.
  • Responds to medical or emotional crisis and/or patient and make home visit to provide direct care and emotional support as appropriate.
  • Demonstrates familiarity with policies of Carolina Caring; understands and adheres to rules, regulations and standards of regulatory bodies, QAPI program and applicable accrediting agencies.
  • Complies in a timely manner with all mandatory in-service requirements of Carolina Caring.

Education & Experience

Graduate of an accredited school of nursing – Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred.  Current, unrestricted North   Carolina nursing license required.  Must maintain CPR certification. One to three years clinical experience required. Pediatric experience required. Hospice or home health care experience preferred.

Carolina Caring has been nationally recognized as Modern Healthcare Best Places to Work consecutively since 2019. We are looking for candidates to join our team and support our mission of caring.

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Licensed Practical Nurse – Hospice House – Carolina Caring 

Newton, NC

Full-time – Hourly

3 shifts/week, 7:00PM – 7:00AM

Night shift positions offer an additional $2/hour shift differential and a $7500.00 sign-on bonus.

Full-time positions offer an excellent benefit plan with paid time off

Carolina Caring is seeking a Licensed Practical Nurse to fulfill the organization’s need to deliver nursing/personal care services to hospice patients consistent with physician’s orders, RN and interdisciplinary assessments and individualized plans of care.  Provide support and education to caregivers of patients.  Works under the direction of the RN.

Essential Duties And Responsibilities:

  • Patient care is provided in compliance with Carolina Caring’s Visit Model.

            (Expectations of visits do not apply to PRN or Carolina Caring Facility staff.)

  • Provides nursing care to patients utilizing the assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation phases of nursing process under the direction of the RN in accordance with physician orders and the patient’s plan of care.
  • Communicate effectively with attending physicians, other hospice staff members and other agencies as needed to coordinate optimal care and use of resources for the patient/caregivers.
  • Communicate effectively with Clinical Team Leaders/Primary Nurse/On-Call Nurse to review caseload, discuss unusual or potentially problematic patient/caregiver issues and report significant changes in patient’s condition.
  • Receive and document orders from physicians.
  • Assist with education of patients and caregivers.
  • Meet with multidisciplinary team as needed to review problems or unique issues from caseloads, share professional support and exchange feedback aimed toward developing and/or revising the patient/caregiver plan of care.
  • In consultation with RN, update plan of care and medication profile.
  • Produce up-to-date (before end of shift or 24 hrs. if homecare) patient records so that problems, plans, actions and goals are accurately and clearly stated and changes are reflected as they occur.
  • Provides back-up for Triage on an as needed basis.
  • As assigned on an as needed basis, assume responsibility for evening, weekend and holiday on-call duty. Ensure pre-scheduled visits to patients are timely.
  • Follows policies and procedures set forth by the organization.
  • Provides appropriate support at time of death.
  • Participates in agency and community programs as requested to promote growth and understanding of hospice care.
  • Meets or exceeds standards, as established by policy, for caseload requirements.
  • Meets or exceeds standards, as established by policy, for number of visits per week.
  • Meets or exceeds standards, as established by policy, for duration of visits.
  • Develop a learning plan and review it with your leader.
  • Demonstrates familiarity with policies of Carolina Caring; understands and adheres to rules, regulations and standards of regulatory bodies, QAPI program and applicable accrediting agencies.
  • Complies in a timely manner to all mandatory in-service requirements of Carolina Caring.

Education & Experience

Licensed practical nurse in the State of North Carolina with no restrictions.  Must maintain CPR certification. One to three years’ clinical experience required.  Hospice care experience preferred. 

Carolina Caring has been nationally recognized as Modern Healthcare Best Places to Work consecutively since 2019. We are looking for candidates to join our team and support our mission of caring.

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Registered Nurse – Hospice House – Carolina Caring 

Sherrills Ford, NC

Full-time – Hourly

3 shifts/week, 7:00PM – 7:00AM

Night shift positions offer an additional $2/hour shift differential and a $7500.00 sign-on bonus.

Full-time positions offer an excellent benefit plan with paid time off

Carolina Caring is seeking a Registered Nurse to provide hospice care for patients at our Hospice House in Sherrills Ford. Carolina Caring is seeking applicants who are passionate about giving world-class care to all individuals and their families to enhance living. 

 Essential Duties And Responsibilities:

  • Patient care is provided in compliance with Carolina Caring Visit Model.
  • Identifies patient/caregiver needs, develops goals to meet those needs and provides supportive care and appropriate services in accordance with the attending physician’s orders and the interdisciplinary team plan of care.
  • Manages the plan of care by assessing, implementing and evaluating the services provided to each patient.
  • Assess patient, records significant conditions and reactions, and notifies supervisor or physician of patient’s condition, reaction to treatments and significant incidents.
  • Prepare clinical and progress notes for the electronic medical record and ensure all documentation is current and consistent with established standards.
  • Participate in the preparation, evaluation and execution of the interdisciplinary plan of care to assure that the aims of continuity and comprehensiveness of care are accomplished.
  • Work collaboratively as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team(s).
  • Provides support and education on end of life care to caregivers, patients and facility staff.
  • Participates in providing bereavement support to caregivers, as requested.
  • Participates in in-service training programs and orientation of new team members and volunteers, as requested.
  • Participates in agency and community programs to promote professional growth and understanding of the services offered through hospice care.
  • As assigned on an as needed basis, assumes responsibility for evening, week-end and holiday on-call duty.
  • Develop a learning plan and review it with your leader.
  • Demonstrates familiarity with policies of Carolina Caring; understands and adheres to rules, regulations and standards of regulatory bodies, QAPI program and applicable accrediting agencies.
  • Complies in a timely manner with all mandatory in-service requirements of Carolina Caring.

Education & Experience

Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred. Current, unrestricted North   Carolina nursing license required. Must maintain CPR certification. Must have at least one-year clinical experience. Hospice or home health care experience preferred.

Carolina Caring has been nationally recognized as Modern Healthcare Best Places to Work consecutively since 2019. We are looking for candidates to join our team and support our mission of caring.

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Registered Nurse – Hospice House – Carolina Caring 

Newton, NC

Full-time – Hourly

3 shifts/week, 7:00PM – 7:00AM

Night shift positions offer an additional $2/hour shift differential and a $7500.00 sign-on bonus.

Full-time positions offer an excellent benefit plan with paid time off

Carolina Caring is seeking a Registered Nurse to provide hospice care for patients at our Hospice House in Newton. Carolina Caring is seeking applicants who are passionate about giving world-class care to all individuals and their families to enhance living. 

 Essential Duties And Responsibilities:

  • Patient care is provided in compliance with Carolina Caring Visit Model.
  • Identifies patient/caregiver needs, develops goals to meet those needs and provides supportive care and appropriate services in accordance with the attending physician’s orders and the interdisciplinary team plan of care.
  • Manages the plan of care by assessing, implementing and evaluating the services provided to each patient.
  • Assess patient, records significant conditions and reactions, and notifies supervisor or physician of patient’s condition, reaction to treatments and significant incidents.
  • Prepare clinical and progress notes for the electronic medical record and ensure all documentation is current and consistent with established standards.
  • Participate in the preparation, evaluation and execution of the interdisciplinary plan of care to assure that the aims of continuity and comprehensiveness of care are accomplished.
  • Work collaboratively as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team(s).
  • Provides support and education on end of life care to caregivers, patients and facility staff.
  • Participates in providing bereavement support to caregivers, as requested.
  • Participates in in-service training programs and orientation of new team members and volunteers, as requested.
  • Participates in agency and community programs to promote professional growth and understanding of the services offered through hospice care.
  • As assigned on an as needed basis, assumes responsibility for evening, week-end and holiday on-call duty.
  • Develop a learning plan and review it with your leader.
  • Demonstrates familiarity with policies of Carolina Caring; understands and adheres to rules, regulations and standards of regulatory bodies, QAPI program and applicable accrediting agencies.
  • Complies in a timely manner with all mandatory in-service requirements of Carolina Caring.

Education & Experience

Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred. Current, unrestricted North   Carolina nursing license required. Must maintain CPR certification. Must have at least one-year clinical experience. Hospice or home health care experience preferred.

Carolina Caring has been nationally recognized as Modern Healthcare Best Places to Work consecutively since 2019. We are looking for candidates to join our team and support our mission of caring.

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Registered Nurse – Homecare – Carolina Caring 

Charlotte, NC

Full-time – Salaried

Monday – Friday, 8:30-5:00

Full-time positions offer an excellent benefit plan with paid time off and mileage reimbursement

Carolina Caring is seeking a Registered Nurse to fulfill the organizations need to serve hospice patients in the Charlotte/Mecklenburg service area. This position will be based at our Huntersville office.

  • Patient care is provided in compliance with Carolina Caring Visit Model.
  • Identifies patient/caregiver needs, develops goals to meet those needs and provides supportive care and appropriate services in accordance with the attending physician’s orders and the interdisciplinary team plan of care.
  • Manages the plan of care by assessing, implementing and evaluating the services provided to each patient.
  • Assess patient, records significant conditions and reactions, and notifies supervisor or physician of patient’s condition, reaction to treatments and significant incidents.
  • Prepare clinical and progress notes for the electronic medical record and ensure all documentation is current and consistent with established standards.
  • Participate in the preparation, evaluation and execution of the interdisciplinary plan of care to assure that the aims of continuity and comprehensiveness of care are accomplished.
  • Work collaboratively as a member of the Interdisciplinary Team(s).
  • Provides support and education on end of life care to caregivers, patients and facility staff.
  • Participates in providing bereavement support to caregivers, as requested.
  • Participates in in-service training programs and orientation of new team members and volunteers, as requested.
  • Participates in agency and community programs to promote professional growth and understanding of the services offered through hospice care.
  • Develop a learning plan and review it with your leader.
  • Meets or exceeds standards, as established by policy, for caseload requirements.
  • Meets or exceeds standards, as established by policy, for number of visits per week.
  • Meets or exceeds standards, as established by policy, for duration of visits.
  • As assigned on an as needed basis, assumes responsibility for evening, weekend and holiday on-call duty.
  • Demonstrates familiarity with policies of Carolina Caring; understands and adheres to rules, regulations and standards of regulatory bodies, QAPI program and applicable accrediting agencies.
  • Complies in a timely manner with all mandatory in-service requirements of Carolina Caring.

Education & Experience

Must be a graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Bachelor’s degree strongly preferred. Current, unrestricted North   Carolina nursing license required. Must maintain CPR certification. Must have at least one-year clinical experience. Hospice or home health care experience preferred.

Carolina Caring has been nationally recognized as Modern Healthcare Best Places to Work consecutively since 2019. We are looking for candidates to join our team and support our mission of caring.

 https://www.carolinacaring.org/  

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