The Clinical Coordinator I-RN will provide clinical support and input to the Pediatric Gastroenterology practice that is consistent with the goals of the institution and the department; develops a sustained environment of excellence in patient/family centered service.
Include but not limited to:
Meeting with GI team weekly to review lab results and plan and execute follow up plans
Coordinate care of GI patients with email, crown notation and phone call follow up with other clinical services
Maintain outpatient follow up list (update and maintain on listserver)
Timely follow up with patients and families regarding test results and pending tests
Telephone triage of calls from patients/families in conjunction with GI attending, nurse practitioner or fellow
Assist with prescription refills as needed
Prepare orders in Crown (i.e. blood tests) for physician sign off
Coordinate care with Visiting Nurse Service and other outside agencies as needed
Coordinate referral to other specialties e.g. dermatology, immunology, etc.
Documentation of GI care plan in Crown
Coordinate with inpatient team to secure outpatient GI clinic visit (meet with inpatient families when needed)
Any other related duties as assigned
Bachelor's degree or equivalent in education and experience, plus four years of related experience
Current Registered Professional Nurse in New York
Master's degree in Nursing or applicable health-related field is preferred
One to three years of clinical practice in the care of pediatric patients
Certification in pediatrics is preferred
Excellent interpersonal skills, both verbal and written, as well as creative problem solving capability
Must have an active NYS RN License
Equal Opportunity Employer / Disability / Veteran
Columbia University is committed to the hiring of qualified local residents.
Internal Number: 499745
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