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  • San Diego, California, Private Hematology/Oncology practice seeking experienced RNs to work in our outpatient infusion center in San Diego, California. We are a 7-physician group that offers a full range of oncology services in an atmosphere that is friendly, cooperative, and professional. You will be a valued part of the cancer care team, providing daily support to patients undergoing treatment and collaborating with treating physicians.    Responsibilities include: - Assessment of patients with complex diagnoses and treatment plans - Providing vascular access for medication administration either through PIV or CAD - Administering chemotherapy and supportive medications - Educating patients and families on medications and assisting with side effect management - No nights or weekends   Qualifications: - Current California RN License - Current BLS certification - Excellent IV skills - ONS certification is required within 6 months of hire - OCN preferred - Strong written and verbal communication skills - Familiarity with computerized medical records - Reliable, detail-oriented, and compassionate   Full-time and Per Diem openings.  
  • Santa Rosa, California, We are looking for a Clinic Registered Nurse II - with AMG Round Barn Chemotherapy at Round Barn.  Round Barn Cancer Center is the largest Cancer Center north of the Golden Gate Bridge to the Oregon border. We are proud to serve Sonoma County and beyond with our expert Medical and Radiation Oncology services. Our patients enjoy a panoramic westerly view of rolling hills and the beautiful northern California landscape from our infusion suite. In addition to our oncology services, we offer a robust clinical research program, a cancer wellness support program, survivorship, palliative care, genetic counseling, and financial counseling. Our dynamic team of professionals ensure our patients receive comprehensive and compassionate care from diagnosis and beyond.  Santa Rosa, the hub of economic activity in northern California's wine country, welcomes artists of all ages, as well as young people, retirees, professionals and those especially interested in wine and high-tech manufacturing. The metro area was an early hub of the farm-to-table movement, and local produce, livestock, beer and wine draw hungry tourists from around the world. Farms, orchards, hopyards and vineyards surrounding Santa Rosa proper are a vital source of employment and nourishment for residents. Approximately 55 miles north of San Francisco, Santa Rosa has a warm climate, rolling golden hills and desirable real estate. It offers a metropolitan wine country lifestyle experiences, with gourmet restaurants and high-end shops. Location : California, Santa Rosa Schedule : Full-time, 64 bi-weekly hours Shift : Day Apply Today! Applicants that meet qualifications will receive a text with some additional questions from our Modern Hire system.  Job Summary:  As the leader of the health care team, provides professional nursing care, utilizing the nursing process in accordance with established standards of care, policies, and procedures. Demonstrates performance consistent with the St. Joseph Heritage Vision, Mission, and Strategic Plan of the organization.  Remains flexible to changing systems; is expected to demonstrate quality and effectiveness in work habits and clinical practice; and treats co-workers, patients, families, and all members of the health care team with dignity and respect. Skills:  o    Demonstrates the knowledge and skills necessary to provide care appropriate to the age of the patients served including knowledge of the principles of growth and development and psychosocial characteristics and interventions for infant (0-1 year), child (1-5 years), school age (6-12 years), adolescent (13-17 years), young adult (18-45 years), middle adult (46-60 years), older adult (60+ years). o    Basic computer skills in a Windows operating environment including Word, Excel and e-mail system. o    Strong written and verbal communications skills to communicate effectively with individuals at all levels of the organization. o    Must possess a professional and mature demeanor. o    Strong organization skills. o    Excellent and effective leadership skills with the ability to remain flexible, cooperative, and assist others. o    Ability to confronts difficult or conflict situations constructively and seeks appropriate assistance. o    Takes accountability for own actions with the ability to accept constructive feedback. o    Knowledge of responsibilities and applicable state, federal and local laws. o    Treats all families of patients with courtesy, respect, kindness and compassion. o    Must be able to work in a fast-paced environment, handle multiple tasks and work with interruptions. o    Bilingual English/Spanish communication skills, preferred. Position Requirements: Education: H.S. Diploma or GED Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Experience: 1 year    RN experience in an acute care or ambulatory setting; 2 years preferred. Experience in a leadership role. License: o    Current CA RN license. o    Current BLS certification. o    ACLS preferred. o    PALS preferred. Preferred Position Qualifications: Education: Bachelor's Degree    Nursing. Experience: IDX and EMR experience. Apply Online at: https://stjhs.referrals.selectminds.com/jobs/clinic-rn-ii-chemotherapy-5000-sign-on-bonus-64807?et=2htKv4nt7
  • Torrance , California, ONCOLOGY NURSE NAVIGATOR-FT-DAYS   The Oncology Nurse Navigator is under supportive supervision of the Director, Oncology Services, the Oncology Nurse Navigator provided individualized assistance to tumor site specific patients and their families in overcoming barriers to care, facilitating timely access to care, and providing education and clinical support. The cancer patients' trajectory through diagnosis, treatment, and aftercare survivorship will be seamless and coordinated in collaboration with the multidisciplinary oncology team.   The Oncology Nurse Navigator is responsible for patient assessment and identification of patient specific needs. Identifying barriers, and having the knowledge to overcome these barriers, locating resources, coordinating services, providing clinical care, education, and referrers patients to needed supportive services. The Oncology Nurse Navigator advocates for the patients and builds trust, provides emotional support, helps navigate the healthcare system to ensure timely and coordinated care. Serves as a point person for the physicians. Maintains accurate and complete documentation, decreases disparities in care, and reduction of outmigration of patients. Serves as an active member of cancer committee and participates in tumor boards and community outreach.   Collaborates with the multidisciplinary team to coordinate patient care. Contributes to the development of program and hospital operational goals for the Hunt Cancer Institute that support hospital-wide long range planning through participation in working group meetings and the Oncology committee. Contributes to ONN program development, implementation, and evaluation within care system and community. Assesses educational needs of patients, families and caregivers, taking into consideration barriers of care. Provides and reinforces education to patients, families, and caregivers about diagnosis, treatment, side effect management, and post treatment care and survivorship. Promotes awareness of clinical trials to patients, families, and caregivers. Assesses patient needs upon initial encounter and periodically throughout navigation, matching unmet needs with appropriate services, referrals, and support services. Identifies and minimizes barriers of care through appropriate referrals. Coordinates/manages patient care and acts as a liaison between physicians and patients across the continuum of care. Assesses distress and provides psychosocial support and facilitates appropriate referrals especially during periods of high stress and anxiety. Demonstrates interpersonal communication skills that enable exchange of ideas and information effective with patients, families, and colleagues of all levels. Builds therapeutic and trusting relationships with patients’ families and caregivers through effective communication and listening skills. Participates in tracking of metrics and patient outcomes, in collaboration with administration, to document and evaluate outcomes of the navigation program and report findings to the cancer committee.   2 Years of Oncology Nursing Experience Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing Graduation from an accredited school of nursing or satisfactory completion of course of study as specified in current Laws Relating to Nursing Education Licensure-Practice with Rules and Regulations. Title 16, Section 1433 inclusive BCLS or ACLS Certification from the American Heart Association Registered Nurse License (California) OCN Certification or CBCN for Nurse Breast Navigators within one year of hire

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    Hi, I am looking for policies and procedures that other outpatient infusion centers are using to be able to treat patients with contact isolation.  We are working together to accommodate patients who are asymptomatic c-diff + , waiting to be retested ...

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    At Agios, our lead programs have been focused on cancers with mutated isocitrate dehydrogenase (IDH) protein, currently in the AML space. We are excited to follow the science and evolving work in non-malignant hematology. Pyruvate Kinase Deficiency (PK ...

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    Over 700 nurses have already registered for OCS 2020 Virtual. OCS 2020 is FREE! 10 CEUs! Registration for the GLAONS Oncology Care Summit 2020 will close on Saturday, September 5, 2020 at 11 PM . We will be unable to make any exceptions. Registration ...