The High Risk OB Clinic LVN, under the direct supervision of the CN IV (nurse supervisor), is responsible for identifying the needs of each patient and assisting in the planning and delivering of patient care to meet those needs in our very busy ambulatory clinic setting. The LVN, after appropriate educational preparation, is capable of an expanded scope of practice in the area of nursing process and intravenous therapy. The LVN completes
patient intakes, phlebotomy and preparation for send-out to specialty laboratories, does point of care urinalysis, ensures pre-procedural labs are completed, assists in MFM procedures (CVS and Amnio) in the Prenatal Diagnosis Center, orders clinic supplies, ensures proper room turnover in keeping with
high cleaning standards, and other clinic-based assignments as needed. The LVN works with a team including LVNs, RNs, ultrasound techs, 10 physicians, genetic counselors, a clinical diabetes educator RN, and administrative staff members. The team is collaborative and the right candidate must be a team player with the willingness and eagerness to multitask and have a sunny disposition to provide excellent care and give a high quality patient experience.
Willingness to learn to prep patient’s for non-stress testing (belt the patient) to provide back-up to the RN within the LVN scope of practice. This position requires earlier or later starts on a rotational basis to cover the closing shift (more details upon interview). Weekly hours may vary between 36 hours – 40 hours or more depending upon patient volume. Performs other duties as required.
High school diploma or GED required. Associate degree or above preferred.
Valid California Vocational Nurse License required. Current basic life support (BLS). Current certification in phlebotomy.
Experience in an outpatient or inpatient clinical care environment preferred. Must be skilled in phlebotomy (as this clinic does lots of blood draws) Must be detail-oriented, a team player and have the ability to multi-task. Must possess excellent interpersonal skills and customer service skills. Must be computer literate and able to learn how to navigate and document in an electronic health record (EPIC preferred).
Walking, standing, bending, lifting (up to 40 lbs. safely), pushing, pulling. Must observe universal precautions and have working knowledge of blood borne pathogens. Must be able to perform assigned duties.
Working Title: LVN II – 8HR Days
Department: Prenatal Diagnosis Ctr
Business Entity: Service Lines & Ops
Job Category: Nursing
Job Specialty: Nursing
Position Type: Full-time
Shift Length: 8 hour shift
Shift Type: Day
Base Pay:$27.28 – $43.65