Beaufort Memorial Hospital LCMG AMBULATORY CLINICAL SUPERVISOR in Beaufort, South Carolina
- - The primary purpose of the clinical supervisor is to help manage the direct patient care for all patients. The Clinical Supervisor is a key leadership position reporting directly to the Practice Manager (with a dotted reporting line to the Beaufort Physician Partners Clinical Nurse Manager), and on the same level as the Clerical Supervisor, Clinical Supervisor will participate with the Clerical Supervisor in assisting the Practice Manager with future planning and improvements that result in positive growth and development of the practice. This individual will work with the Clerical Supervisor to resolve any discrepancies arising out of the interaction between clinical and clerical practice personnel. Responsibilities include telephone triage, ongoing training of all clinical staff, new patient intake, assist physician with procedures, medication administration, and patient education. Assumes primary responsibility and accountability for the delivery of patient care, including care provided by those under his/her direction such as the LPN or Medical Assistant. The clinical supervisor will utilize nursing skills to evaluate, treat, and report to the physician and other healthcare professional the physical and special needs of the patient. This individual performs initial clinical assessments and assists physician/practitioner with any treatments or procedures; patient instruction/education related to diagnosis, tests and medications; maintenance and proficiency testing of clinical equipment. Educates patients, families and staff on patient care issues and provides care coordination for patients and families. The Ambulatory Clinical Supervisor must have critical thinking and reasoning ability, must be able to adapt to emergency situations calmly, and must make sound judgments independently within the scope of work. This individual must be able to train and supervise clinical personnel and must be able to instill confidence in patients, physicians, and co-workers. This individual must ensure adherence to all BMH policies and procedures and participate in quality improvement activities for the clinic.
Current South Carolina LPN or RN license is required
2-5 years experience in a physician practice required.
Current South Carolina LPN or RN license required; BLS required prior to first clinical shift (must be issued by the American Heart Association).