Job ID: 212388568
The position will work closely with a single provider and medical assistant to meet care needs of this clinic's population, including supporting medication assisted therapy for substance use disorder. Function independently to provide triage, wound care, spirometry testing, medication-assisted treatment, visits, and medication reconciliation visits. This person will operate as the sole RN and site provider two days a week and may also conduct off-site outreach. Must have comfort utilizing the phone to contact patients regarding medical questions, medication education, and lab results. This is a great opportunity to function with more autonomy than many other settings, and to be a part of increasing access in an area of Seattle that has a large need for health care.
SVDP is a small satellite clinic with a team-oriented staff working from a model of harm reduction and trauma-informed care. In a neighborhood that aims to serve those living homeless, this setting offers a great opportunity to be a part of providing care to those who would otherwise struggle to find access. This clinic tends to have an adult health focus, and offers primary care services, to include management of acute and chronic conditions, small procedures, women's health, medication assisted therapy, and laboratory services. This clinic is also unique in that it shares a building with a community mental health clinic, and has a close working relationship with this organization.
We offer competitive pay, an excellent benefits package including Medical, Dental, Vision, Retirement Plan, Paid Time Off, and more!!!
Our Ideal Candidate:
Eligible candidates have completed an accredited Registered Nurse, have a valid Washington State Registered Nurse license, current CPR certification and BLS. Preferred candidates have a minimum of one (1) year of Registered Nurse experience and have completed or are currently enrolled in a BSN or MSN program.
Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities
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