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Harborview Medical Center’s (HMC) HMHAS – Office Based Opioid Treatment Program (OBOT) has an outstanding opportunity for hourly, day shift, Registered Nurse – Care Manager (RN2) position.
Harborview Medical Center (HMC) is seeking a skilled nurse for the position of outpatient RN Care Manager for the Office Based Opioid Treatment program. The program offers medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD) to adults with opioid use disorder in primary care medical clinics, mental health and addictions programs, and hospital settings. The program is a funded by the Federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Opioid State Targeted Response (STR) grant that was awarded to Washington State in the effort to better address the current opioid use epidemic.
The Nurse Care Manager provides skilled nursing services to patients with opioid use disorder and their significant support systems. Activities include assessment, intake/admission, evaluation, triage, teaching, medication induction and stabilizations, and monitoring of patients in office based opioid treatment program. Collaborates with team members and outside referral sites, with other addiction and mental health programs and primary care providers in assisting patients and supporting their referral needs. This position is one of several RN Care Manager positions that provide Nurse Care Manager services at HMC including Mental Health and Addictions Clinic, Pioneer Square Clinic, After Care Clinic, and Adult Medicine clinic, as well and inpatient consultation services.
SCHEDULE: - Monday thru Thursday, approximate Start time- 8:00am (flexible up to 30 min in either direction), approximate end time: 4:30pm (flexible up to 30 min in either direction) Minimum number of hours: 24 hours per week
LOCATIONS: Harborview Medical Center (First Hill)
MINIMUM REQUIRMENTS: Addiction experience is required Current BLS certification in CPR
DESIRED: Certification in related specialty areas is preferred. BSN preferred. Two years of recent clinical experience as an RN working in a clinic/outpatient setting preferred. Previous care management experience preferred. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of information technology preferred
LEGAL REQUIREMENT: Washington State RN license required by start date.
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