RN Practice Coordinator - Ambulatory Nursing Administration

  • UCLA Health
  • Los Angeles, CA, USA
  • Mar 18, 2023
Full Time Administration & Operations Nursing

Job Description


The RN Practice Coordinator (RNPC) of Ambulatory Nursing Administration reports to the CNO/Director of Ambulatory Care Nursing. The Practice Coordinator will work independently and collaboratively in the assigned number of clinics and specialties minimum of ten clinics and above with the clinic managers and clinical staff to promote quality care and ensure consistency in clinical practices as they relate to regulatory standards, UCLA Health Ambulatory policies and procedures. In collaboration with the clinical management team, Department of Medicine Community Practices and other Faculty Practice group departments, the practice coordinator will provide support and appropriate direction their scope for patient care activities in accordance with organizational goals and objectives as directed. The Ambulatory RN Practice Coordinator is responsible for assisting with clinical quality, staff education and administrative coordination of nursing staff. The RN Practice Coordinator will promote quality care and ensure consistency in clinical practices. The position is a combination of clinical (direct care) and administrative responsibilities and RNPC Assumes nursing and administrative leadership responsibilities: The RNPC will be able to manage and demonstrates ability to delegate tasks in a management style that is consistent with promoting leadership and teamwork in the assigned clinics. RNPC will utilize competency knowledge base to provide education to clinical staff regarding clinical practice and patient care issues. Salary range: $44.44-$87.93 Hourly

BSN Required, MSN Preferred Current valid CA RN License, required Current BLS from the ARC or AHA, required Minimum of 3 of years supervisory/management experience - Ambulatory Care experience Ability to be flexible with working hours given adequate notice and in alignment with job demands Ability to travel to multiple clinics Knowledge of computer software application including Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, and Power Point) Previous demonstrated expertise in supervising nursing staffing, medical Assistants and LVNs Previous demonstrated expertise in competency and training of medical Assistants , LVNs and RN in ambulatory settings Skill in analyzing information, problems, situations and procedures to define objectives, identify pattern and formulate conclusions. Ability to creatively integrate competing demands of an outpatient setting into a productive working environment Skill and experience in developing Quality Improvement and performance improvement process Interpersonal skills and ability to communicate effectively and diplomatically with patients, staff and physicians Ability to adapt and implement frequently changing procedures Knowledge and familiarity with the Electronic Health Records, (EPIC) preferred

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