Registered Nurse – Call Center – Triage

Req No. 2015-1317
Location US – CA – Vista
Type Regular Part-Time
Department Nursing Services
Schedule 16 hours/week (2 days) + additional hours as needed


Under the general supervision of the Manager of Nursing Services, serve as a liaison between physicians, nurses, patients and other providers to determine patient needs. Manage and document patient phone calls pertaining to medical conditions and questions according to established department routine.


• Work with physicians, nurses and and patients to assess urgency of patient problems, resolve questions concerning medications, health education, and medical advice within skill level and scope of practice
• Follow through in a timely manner on patient requests
• Submit electronically/fax new prescriptions and refill prescriptions according to physician orders
• Record all prescription/refill information in the medical record
• Serve as a resource to clinic staff regarding medical information, patient assessment, and nursing management of illness
• Assist as needed with “In Person” triage according to Triage policy and document triage in VCC SOAP note



• Graduate of accredited nursing program. Current licensure by the state of California and good standing with the Board of Registered Nurses
• Current CPR certification
• Minimum five years experience in acute care nursing and/or outpatient clinic or medical office; triage experience preferred
• Bilingual English/Spanish
• Broad knowledge base of general nursing practice, knowledge of acute practice based on skill level, licensure and scope of practice
• Must be willing and able to work with flexible schedule including evening and weekend hours as needed

Required Skills/Knowledge/Abilities

• Demonstrated critical thinking, organization and leadership skills; appropriate role modeling
• Excellent nursing assessment skills
• Strong history-taking skill; ability to make quick and accurate assessments and accurately complete documentation
• Ability to relate and communicate well with patients over the telephone, to physicians, and to staff.
• Demonstrated self-direction in establishing priorities and working with minimal supervision
• Ability to maintain a high level of precision in judgment, accuracy of assessment and skill in problem solving under stress based on skill level and licensure and scope of practice.

Preferred Skills/Knowledge/Abilities

• Experience/familiarity with Practice Management and Electronic Medical Records systems, NextGen preferred



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Johns Hopkins Suburban Hospital- Immediate RN Opportunities

Suburban Hospital- Immediate RN Opportunities

At Suburban Hospital, a member of Johns Hopkins Medicine, we currently have exciting opportunities for RNs to be part of our dynamic team. You can be part of our diverse team working within a collaborative environment, providing the best medical care to our neighbors and surrounding communities.

For 67 years, Nursing has been at the center of patient care at Suburban Hospital. Over time, new technologies have improved the way we care for patients in our hospital, but the one thing that has not changed is the time honored tradition of caring and compassionate nursing at Suburban Hospital.

Nurses at Suburban provide the highest level of care by applying evidence-based best practices, collaboration, compassion, and integrity. Our staff of almost 500 nurses are constantly learning, mentoring, and seeking to apply the most recent clinical innovations in all areas of the hospital. Our mission is something each of our nurses strives for each and every day: to deliver safe, individualized and quality care to the patients and families of the diverse community we serve.

This is our vision: Suburban Hospital nurses will provide outstanding care supported by clinical expertise and research. We will deliver adaptive, technologically advanced care while maintaining a personalized and comforting touch.

Additionally, we offer robust benefits including scholarship and education assistance programs, career advancement, holidays and paid annual leave, and medical, vision and dental coverage.
Please visit and apply today.

The Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, sex, age, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other status protected by federal, state, or local law.

Specialist – Staff Education RN

Specialist – Staff Education RN

The Specialist-Staff Education-RN coordinates, plans, implements, promotes and evaluates educational services for clinical and non-clinical staff as assigned.

•Collaborates with department managers and staff to assess the learning needs and competencies of staff.
•Develops, implements, and oversees educational plans/programs by utilizing methods, measurements and tools to evaluate achievement of learning goals.
•Serves as a resource for staff in areas of program development, clinical practice and professional development.
•Participates in the coordination and continuity of orientation and preceptor programs

•Minimum Qualification: Registered Nurse (RN) license upon hire date to position.

•Minimum Qualification: Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing by hire date to a position

Work Experience:
•Minimum Qualification: Three years of experience working as a Registered Nurse (RN) with direct patient care within the area of specialty.
•Two years in critical care transport field.
•Preferred Qualification: Advanced certification held upon hire (CEN, CFRN, CTRN, CNPT, CPEN)

Associate Dean for Research

The George Washington University (GW) School of Nursing invites applications for an Associate Dean for Research to begin as early as fall 2016. The ideal candidate for this position will be at the rank of Associate Professor/Professor and tenured or eligible for tenure. We seek an experienced educator, administrator, and researcher whose area of focus includes one or more of the following: health policy, quality of life, and/or health disparities. Rank and salary will be commensurate with experience.

Responsibilities of the Associate Dean for Research include:
• providing leadership in achieving the research and scholarship goals of the school and university
• providing research mentoring for tenure/non-tenure track faculty
• facilitating the growth of the research foundation for GWSON
• collaborating with the School’s academic administrators, faculty, and students in planning research and scholarship
• development activities for faculty and students
• coordinating SON activities such as grants for extramural and intramural funding, and publications and presentations of scholarly work
• leading the planning and development of a new PhD program
• providing leadership in strategic planning, budget and resource allocation, and operations related to the SON’s research activities
• promoting visibility of School of Nursing research and scholarship within the School, University, and within
local, regional, national and international nursing organizations and communities
• serving as the SON liaison on research matters with internal and external constituents
• represents SON on university wide and community research committees and projects
• advising the Dean on national research trends and implications for the School of Nursing
• participating in the recruitment of faculty

Applicants must have: (1) A PhD in nursing, public health, public policy or a related field; (2) a nursing degree (any level); (3) an established body of scholarship as evidenced by peer-reviewed publications in high impact journals; (4) experience working with/teaching diverse groups/diverse students; and 5) a demonstrated history of obtaining and sustaining external funding.

Please complete an online faculty application at and upload the following: (1) a cover letter outlining qualifications and research interests, (2) a CV, (3) two recent teaching evaluations, (4) copies of two recent key publications or writing samples and (5) contact information for 3 references. Cover letters should be addressed to Pamela Jeffries, Dean, GW School of Nursing, 1919 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite 500, Washington, DC 20036. Review of applications will begin on September 23 and continue until position is filled. Only complete applications will be considered.

The university is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer that does not unlawfully discriminate in any of its programs or activities on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or on any other basis prohibited by applicable law.

Employment offers are contingent on the satisfactory outcome of a standard background screening.

All faculty hiring decisions will be contingent upon final approval by the Provost.

Nursing Faculty for Innovative RN-to-BSN Program

Nursing Faculty for Innovative RN-to-BSN Program

Nursing Faculty for Innovative RN-to-BSN Program

Western Washington University (WWU) invites applications and nominations for Two (2) Open Rank Nursing Faculty positions for our innovative, community-engaged RN-to-BSN program.

This recently-accredited program was developed in collaboration with local community colleges and practice partners and informed by the Institute of Medicine’s Future of Nursing recommendations. The program advances excellence in nursing practice by inspiring nurses to develop their full potential through lifelong learning. Faculty, staff and students honor diversity, uphold social justice and advance system changes that promote healthy communities resulting in safe, high-quality health care for all. As a result of these collaborations, students experience a needs-driven, community-built model that allows them to engage directly with the public as they address issues of social justice and devise new ways of delivering healthcare.

The RN-to-BSN program is housed in the Department of Health & Community Studies in the Woodring College of Education, providing rich opportunities for interdisciplinary engagement with other professional programs sharing a commitment to the well-being of individuals, families and communities. Practice partnerships are comprised of the local health systems and public health departments in Whatcom and Skagit counties, outpatient and community-based services, and multiple other community organizations throughout the northern Puget Sound region.

Two open rank positions are available with the possibility of a 9 month or 12 month contract. The program seeks candidates who are broadly prepared, and can teach a variety of courses offered both on the Western Washington University campus and satellite campus locations, as well as via distance learning, and who can work closely with community partners. For appointment at the Associate or Full Professor level, candidates will have demonstrated excellence in teaching, participation in curriculum development, and scholarly activity sufficient to achieve tenure within the College. Administrative opportunities are also available dependent on interest, skill, and experience. We encourage applications from diverse applicants.
The desired start date for the position is September, 2017

Required Qualifications:
• Doctoral degree in nursing, public health, human services or related field at the time of hire, with at least one graduate degree in nursing (masters or doctorate from accredited program and institution)
• RN Licensure in Washington State or eligibility for licensure as a Registered Nurse as evidenced by licensure in another state at the time of appointment
• Demonstrated potential for excellence in teaching both in the classroom and online
• Demonstrated engagement in scholarly activity
• Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively across disciplines and with community practice partners
• Demonstrated successful professional experience as a Registered Nurse
• Commitment to equity and inclusion including experience or research related to work with minority populations or other underrepresented populations and demonstrated ability to work effectively with diverse students, colleagues, staff, and communities

Preferred Qualifications
• Experience in new program development and/or evaluation
• Demonstrated successful teaching experience at Baccalaureate level or higher
• Experience with nursing career pathways including RN-to-BSN education
• Experience and/or academic interest in population health, care coordination and/or Palliative Care/End of Life care
Commensurate with experience and qualifications.
Application Process:
Please submit your application materials via WWU’s Electronic Application System for Employment (EASE) at Note: You will need to use Internet Explorer to fully utilize WWU’s online application system. Materials may be attached as noted on the EASE application. Interested candidates should submit a letter of application specifically addressing all required qualifications, vita, evidence of effective teaching, a maximum of two scholarly writing samples, and three letters of reference.

Questions about the position can be directed to:
Dr. Francisco Rios, Dean
(360) 650-3319

Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled. Initial screening will begin December 1, 2016.
Western Washington University (WWU) and Woodring College of Education (WCE)
Faculty at Western Washington University enjoy a balance of teaching, scholarship and service in a university that is nationally ranked as one of the top among regional universities in the nation. With approximately 15,000 students, WWU is located in beautiful Bellingham, WA, close to the Cascade Range and the Pacific coast; it is midway between Seattle, WA and Vancouver, BC. It has become a popular city for retirees and has growing/thriving health care opportunities.

The WCE vision statement identifies the college as dedicated to fostering community relationships and a culture of learning that advances knowledge, embraces diversity, and promotes social justice. We welcome applications from diverse applicants.
Related Websites:
• Western Washington University Human Resources:
• Woodring College of Education:
• Interested individuals may also want to learn about our partners via visiting the webpages of Bellingham Technical College Nursing Program, Skagit Valley College Nursing Program, Whatcom Community College Nursing Program, and PeaceHealth.
• City of Bellingham:
Western Washington University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to assembling a culturally diverse, broadly trained faculty and staff. Women, minorities, persons with disabilities, Vietnam-era veterans and disabled veterans are encouraged to apply. For disability accommodation, call (360) 650-3306 (V), or (360) 650-7606 (TTY). All new employees must complete the Measles Immunization Report Form and show employment eligibility verification as required by the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service before beginning work at WWU.



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