Conduct appropriate nursing assessment as required by the Licensed Agency procedures to
facilitate admissions and care planning process for participants.
Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with other program staff, outside
agencies, and provider hospitals.
Participate in community planning related to nursing and health needs. Offer expertise through
formal or informal educational opportunities.
Participate in intra/inter-departmental meetings and intra-agency meetings, conferences and
seminars as required.
Maintain appropriate quality documentation of all participant services provided, according to
Effectively support Quality Assurance initiatives through data gathering, analysis and actively
participating in Quality Assurance meetings.
Conduct periodic nursing assessments and evaluations for each participant and routine nursing
care for ongoing or episodic illness according to the plan developed by the team.
Counsel participant families regarding measures to maximize independence as a solution to
physical, emotional and environmental health problems.
Make referrals to other services when participant conditions or situations require the service of
other professional disciplines or products/services of outside companies or agencies.
Participate in the development and revision of the participant's plan of care as a member of the
Provide instruction - and demonstrate nursing techniques to participants and care givers.
Provide on-call coverage on a rotating basis with other nursing staff to ensure consistency in the
coordination and scheduling of patient care.
Provide skilled nursing care and prescribed treatment to participants at the PACE center or in
Must have current NYS RN license and driver's license and vehicle to travel Onondaga County. Minimum one year experience in acute care of LTC nursing. Prefer PACE or home care experience.