Experienced in-home nurse sought for RN FIELD CASE MANAGER role
Full Time - Freeport Area
Grane Home Health Care, one of the leading providers of innovative, versatile home health care, seeks an RN Field Case Manager to plan, coordinate and provide care for a geographically-assigned caseload of patients from the day of admission through discharge. This nursing professional will carry out comprehensive physician’s instructions plus thorough care plans to ensure the highest quality of in-home care for the agency’s diverse elderly population.
At Grane Home Health Care, our mission to provide rehabilitative care to patients so that they may independently function at the highest level they can achieve. With each patient interaction, we strive to become the leading provider of Home Health Care and Hospice Care, offering patients, families, and caregivers high satisfaction through strong clinical outcomes and our innovative approach tied to the center’s core values: devotion, honesty, dignity, and respect.
Due to the nature of this work as well as the agency’s aging clientele, the successful RN Field Case Manager must be caring, patient and flexible, with a proven track record of excellent patient outcomes as well as strong communication and time management skills. The Manager will be expected to be a motivated self-starter able to conduct in-depth clinical work with little or no immediate supervision. Day-to-day responsibilities include:
While a B.S. in Nursing is preferred all candidates must, at minimum, have an associate’s degree, valid state RN license and current CPR certification. Candidates must also have successfully completed 1-5 years in a nursing role, with home health care experience and strong professional knowledge of all regulatory guidelines and standards preferred. OASIS-C and McKesson experience is preferred, but not required.
This role will require the RN Field Case Manager to drive 30-90 miles daily, so a willingness to manage local travel, a valid driver’s license and reliable mode of transportation are required.