Top Registered Health Nurse Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Registered Health Nurse. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Registered Health Nurse resumes they appeared on. For example, 18.3% of Registered Health Nurse resumes contained Patient Care as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Registered Health Nurse actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Registered Health Nurse resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Patient Care

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Here's how Patient Care is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Maintained communication between clinical staff, physicians and internal administrators to provide optimal patient care.
  • Collaborate with interdisciplinary teams to manage patient care and provide appropriate documentation on charts.
  • Performed physical and psychological assessments for admission as well as patient care responsibilities.
  • Participated in daily multidisciplinary patient care conference to assess patients' educational needs.
  • Provide direct patient care* Provide patient education* Coordinate discharge planning and care coordination
  • Maintain and protect confidentiality regarding all aspects of patient care and information.
  • Work closely with physicians and multidisciplinary team to provide appropriate patient care.
  • Authored literature for patient education and credited with improving quality patient care.
  • Encouraged family involvement in patient care to aide healthy environment.
  • Work with providers on obtaining extended authorizations for inpatient care.
  • Documented patient care information in a variety of hospital-specific formats.
  • Provided patient care for adult geriatric and chemically dependent population.
  • Coordinated inpatient care/cardiac surgical procedures for large cardiovascular practice.
  • Provided outpatient care to approximately 350 boarding and day students
  • Documented all patient care information in electronic charting format.
  • Encourage cooperation and increased communication to improve patient care.
  • Direct patient care and education utilizing nursing process.
  • Licensed Practical Nurse Patient Care Technician
  • Assessed office management of patient care within company policy and Standards of Practice making recommendation for a plan of corrective action.
  • Worked collaboratively with treatment team members to devise a master treatment plan for patient during inpatient care and at discharge.

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2. Mental Health Services

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Here's how Mental Health Services is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provided mental health services to students in the Allegheny County school system as requested by school staff.
  • Provide linkage and coordination with other service providers for the purpose of providing mental health services.
  • Assist in planning, providing and evaluating comprehensive mental health services.
  • Refer to employees for appropriate medical and mental health services.
  • Provided community-based mental health services in conjunction with multidisciplinary team.
  • Provide quality medical and mental health services to patients while remaining client focused.

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3. Providers

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Here's how Providers is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Created and mandated Competency Curriculum for Non-licensed Care Providers; ensuring all care providers were competent prior to administering care.
  • Communicated with clinical team, medical providers, patients, and families/caregivers to facilitate continuity of care.
  • Position provided avenue of communication with providers regarding treatment needs and developing appropriate care plans.
  • Worked with physicians and primary care providers to coordinate appropriate laboratory and diagnostic testing.
  • Facilitate health care delivery between military and civilian providers in the communities.
  • Assisted medical providers in gynecological examinations and STD testing.
  • Frequent communication with providers regarding progress of injured workers.
  • Assist anesthesia providers with minor procedures and examinations.
  • Located network area providers in participants local area.
  • Developed a Plan of Care for the patient and made sure that the care is updated by other health care providers.
  • Assure that medical and psychiatric needs of the residents are met and coordinated with internal and external providers of care.
  • Developed an individual care plan which included care and support from health care providers, community agencies and service organizations.
  • Involved in assessment, identifying medical, psychiatric & social problems with referrals to appropriate Providers for evaluation & treatment.
  • Managed staff of 50+ direct care providers, with responsibility for budget, scheduling and staffing, and performance appraisals.
  • Coordinate physical care needs, lab monitoring and consult with insurance providers to obtain authorization for services and medications.
  • Act as a liaison between patients and medical providers to facilitate efficient and cost effective health care.
  • Served as nursing liaison with other departments and residents/families as well as other health care providers.
  • Created PowerPoint presentations to market the program to providers, increase awareness and generate referrals.
  • Start of Care coordinator: facilitating communication with doctors, medical providers and team members.
  • Served as a community health care consultant for registered day care providers in three Counties.

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4. Disease Management

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Here's how Disease Management is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Perform telephonic Disease Management and Case Management assessments to empower members to better understand their illnesses and self manage their condition.
  • Coached Medicare members post hospitalization to understand Discharge Plans, Medications, and overall Disease Management.
  • Provided patient education on wound care, medication and intravenous administration and chronic disease management.
  • Utilize national clinical guidelines and standards to provide risk reduction and disease management services.
  • Provided patient education on medications, disease management and safe sexual practices.
  • Motivated and educated patients regarding chronic disease management and prevention.
  • Offered on-site teaching and counseling regarding disease management and/or vaccinations.
  • Possess a strong knowledge of disease management/ motivational interviewing.
  • Provided telephonic disease management health coaching to beneficiaries.
  • Coordinated acute and chronic disease management.
  • Assist patients and families with self-management of care, goal setting, chronic disease management, medication adherence and behavioral modification.
  • Meet established protocols in the review, screening and management of complex disease management cases in support of Custom Account members.
  • Educated client member on disease management, decision support, and provided evidence based health information per company policies.
  • Care provided was routine care, disease management, emergency services, deployment preparedness, and minor surgical procedures.
  • Provided patients with disease management and teaching, extensive wound care and assessment of appropriate treatments and effectiveness.
  • Increase patient access to care through nurse-run clinic that include: URI/UTI walk-in screening, and disease management.
  • Served as a key resource and liaised between centers and center staff regarding cases and disease management.
  • Nurse navigator role: promoting follow up post discharge and education on disease management.
  • Completed continuing education to keep up to date on current issues in disease management.
  • Provided health and wellness counseling to support health improvement and disease management.

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5. Emergency Care

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Here's how Emergency Care is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provide nursing care to incarcerated adults and juveniles including clinic and emergency care.
  • Provided clinical and emergency care in a manufacturing setting.
  • Provided first aid and emergency care to students and staff and instructed staff on emergency protocol to follow and safety hazards.
  • Provide emergency care for employees at GM Technical Center, making appropriate treatment decisions and referrals.
  • Maintained employee health records, including employee assessments, vaccinations, and emergency care as necessary.
  • Provided nursing, medical, and emergency care for male and female inmates.
  • Review health records, case-findings and referrals - First-Aid and Emergency care.
  • Provided routine and emergency care to school aged children & staff.
  • Applied critical thinking and triaged patient's conditions, making referrals and encouraging emergency care when needed.
  • Triaged using the ESI system to prioritize patients who are in need of emergency care.

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6. IV

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Here's how IV is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Receive help-line and referral calls and collect clinical data to provide to physician for disposition regarding inpatient mental health/chemical dependency care.
  • Experience in therapeutic interventions and maintaining a least-restrictive environment, while providing staff with accountability in sustaining such an environment.
  • Provide individual and group education to help promote wellness and awareness of common psychiatric conditions and medication side effects.
  • Utilized the survey and investigation process, Direct observation, Interviews, Individual Record reviews and supportive relevant documentation.
  • Provided Individualized care for patients experiencing acute mental distress and those with acute exacerbation of chronic mental illness.
  • Provided individualized condition management support and health coaching with focus on facilitating wellness and lasting lifestyle changes.
  • Perform accurate and objective documentation of medical record in compliance with regulations and agency policies and procedures.
  • Complete clinical assessments and proactively identify opportunities to teach patients self-management skills for chronic diseases and conditions.
  • Assisted members in developing strong self-management skills by actively engaging members in the disease management program.
  • Coordinated appropriate care with community medical and health professionals as determined by individual plans of care.
  • Directed & supervised group and/or one-to-one therapy sessions, both individually and with other health professionals.
  • Develop and implement individualized plans of care, administer medications as scheduled and as needed.
  • Administered immunizations and entered given immunizations into the North Carolina Immunization Registry (NCIR).
  • Provided direct patient care, administered psychotropic medications, and documented effectiveness and outcomes.
  • Received a Certificate of Excellence for delivering consistent quality and quantity of work.
  • Assist individuals to develop physical/medical goals, objectives, and stage specific interventions.
  • Participated in Quality Improvement activities to include protocol review and peer review.
  • Assess and evaluate postpartum patients following delivery until discharge for any complications.
  • Developed and implemented individualized plans of care utilizing resources as needed.
  • Coached and motivated members to action regarding disease and/or lifestyle management.

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7. Treatment Plans

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Here's how Treatment Plans is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Collaborated with multidisciplinary treatment teams for the development of individualized nursing care plans and multidisciplinary treatment plans.
  • Work collaboratively with the physician, clinical supervisor and client/family to develop and manage treatment plans.
  • Participated in implementation of individual treatment plans for patients with varying psychiatric and medical diagnoses.
  • Collaborated with the multidisciplinary team in the development of individualized treatment plans.
  • Assessed and monitored treatment plans for all Medicare/Medicaid and non-Medicare/Medicaid payers.
  • Worked with interdisciplinary team to develop in-patient mental health treatment plans.
  • Collaborate with team members including psychiatrists, doctors, and nursing staff to develop, implement, and evaluate treatment plans.
  • Job duties include but are not limited to assessments, planning, implementation and evaluation of treatment plans for consumer.
  • Developed behavioral and medical treatment plans for crisis and stable patients according to physician's orders and policies of hospital.
  • Communicate with member's health care providers, when indicated, to enhance and update member's treatment plans.
  • Charge Nurse, Acute psych nurse, admissions group therapy, developing treatment plans and medication planning and teaching
  • Consulted with psychiatrists and other behavioral health staff in designing appropriate treatment plans for patients.
  • Coordinate with doctors and other care partners to develop individualized treatment plans for patients.
  • Develop treatment plans based on standards of care, and professional practice guidelines.
  • Provided input to the patient's individualized care team and updated treatment plans.
  • Developed treatment plans and individualize the plan of care for each patient.
  • Liaised between patient and physician to ensure patient comprehension of treatment plans.
  • Complete treatment plans and update or resolve interventions and goals as needed.
  • Observed and monitored patients' outcomes and updated treatment plans as needed.
  • Followed doctor's orders for home treatment plans and administered medications.

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8. Triage

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Here's how Triage is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Functioned as a Telephone Advice/Triage Nurse performing a variety of clinical and administrative duties in multiple clinical areas.
  • Developed and standardized telephone triage policy and procedures.
  • Used my critical thinking skills to triage customers into the Case Management and/or Coaching programs that best meet their needs.
  • Managed heavy phone triage volume, heavy volume of results notes, and lab orders, testing orders as needed.
  • Assess, triage and treat HTN, asthma, diabetes, epileptic, and mental health conditions.
  • Performed clinical triage, referrals, and inclusion of families in education and patient care.
  • Provided triage, first aid, education, and scheduled medications to students and staff.
  • Provided triage for all incoming calls for woman's health relating to OB/GYN issues.
  • Complete initial assessment and triage of individual's mental health and/or chemical dependency needs.
  • Functioned as a Telephone Triage Nurse for patients' age birth through old-age.
  • Perform telephone triage and request patient visits or telephone follow-up as appropriate.
  • Provided first aid, wound care and served as emergency services triage.
  • Performed patient assessment and triage, documentation of care and patient education.
  • Complete both direct patient care and in direct patient care via triage.
  • Complete telephone triage, provide guidance on appropriate course of action.
  • Provide triage services for health care problems for on-call services.
  • Supervised Triage and sick call for on campus students.
  • Nurse for OBGYN in High Risk maternal clinic* Phone Triage
  • Implement and follow triage guidelines for insurance members.
  • Performed telephone and walk-in triage using clinic protocols.

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9. Charge Nurse

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Here's how Charge Nurse is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Serve as charge nurse, delegating duties to the behavioral health staff (LVN and MHT) and scheduling unit staff.
  • Assumed Charge Nurse role and Clinical Preceptor role orienting new staff and representing the floor on the patient education committee.
  • Rotated as charge nurse and coordinated with shift supervisor to transfer, discharge and admit patients to the unit.
  • Fulfilled the role as team leader/charge nurse on a rotational basis for day shifts, 1-2 times per week.
  • Served as a Staff Nurse/ Charge Nurse treating patients with medical, mental health and behavioral health issues.
  • Served as charge nurse; delegated and oversaw duties of behavioral health staff (MHT and sitters).
  • Charge nurse on Behavioral Health floor to include teaching group therapy, assigning patients and duties, group therapy
  • Charge Nurse Worked with Libby Volunteer Ambulance Service formulating a program establishing ACLS guidelines for ground transports.
  • Performed Charge Nurse duties by acting as liaison for psychiatrists, nursing staff, and other services.
  • Served as a charge nurse, coordinating the tasks of 6-8 nurses and mental health technicians.
  • Charge nurse and floor nurse for adult and adolescent in patient acute care behavioral health units.
  • Served as staff nurse, charge nurse and preceptor on a fast paced telemetry unit.
  • Functioned as charge nurse on the orthopedic, telemetry, and back and spine units
  • Served as the Charge Nurse for the shift, overseeing several Patient Care Technicians.
  • Follow up with doctors, families, and charge nurse regarding patient health status.
  • Served as a Preceptor for new nurses and as the Charge Nurse when needed.
  • Charge nurse on rotating basis; works in partnership with all disciplines and colleagues.
  • Operated as the Flex Charge nurse, Medication nurse, and 2nd nurse.
  • Charge nurse, health assessment screening nurse to determine donor eligibility for blood donation
  • Flex charge nurse (Week-ends) on a 25 bed adult psychiatric unit.

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10. Crisis Intervention

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Here's how Crisis Intervention is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Developed and implemented individualized patient treatment plans based on observations and provided crisis intervention to those individuals experiencing acute episodes.
  • Accustomed to using non-violent crisis intervention techniques along with individual/unit searches to maintain patient safety.
  • Reviewed medical history; administered prescribed medications, provided support, and crisis intervention.
  • Provided inpatient/outpatient detox and crisis intervention to patients with addiction and mental health issues.
  • Provided emergency room and telephone triage for crisis intervention and community referrals.
  • Assisted with crisis intervention and verbally deescalates patients using therapeutic communication.
  • Provided first aid/medical care and crisis intervention to psychiatric patients.
  • Initiated 5150 holds when necessary for crisis intervention and hospitalization.
  • Administer medications, crisis intervention and stabilization.
  • Initiate Medical and/or Crisis intervention as needed.
  • Trained in non-violent physical crisis intervention.
  • Staff RN providing inpatient care to mental health patients, medical/surgical care, facilitated groups, crisis intervention, and preceptor.
  • Charge Nurse, admission and discharge assessments / plans, crisis interventions, physician orders, chart reviews, and staff development
  • Provided crisis intervention and coordinated admissions, created appropriate treatment plans, patient assessments and medication and ordered lab work.
  • Respond to medical emergencies and crisis intervention within the school, and coordinate with social worker to conduct home visits.
  • Handled cases of crisis intervention, sexual, substance and physical abuse, chronic or acute psychiatric distress.
  • Total physical and Mental Status Examination (MSE) with skilled and technical interventions and crisis intervention.
  • Identify resources in the community to assist in crisis intervention and specialty treatment.

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11. Vital Signs

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Here's how Vital Signs is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Monitored vital signs and administered medications and notified doctor of any changes.
  • Conduct physical examinations and monitor vital signs.
  • Obtained vital signs, weight, blood glucose samples, and PT/INR and made appropriate interventions as needed.
  • Charted vital signs, heart monitor strips, and assisted direct care staff as a float nurse.
  • Provided daily care for residents, obtain vital signs, communicated with nurses regarding resident's health.
  • Monitored weight gain, vital signs, fetal heart tones, and provided free childbirth classes quarterly.
  • Informed MD of any abnormal lab findings, weights, vital signs, or nutritional intake.
  • Help admit and discharge patients, monitor vital signs such as heart rate and blood pressure.
  • Obtained history and vital signs from patients prior to entering the physician's examination room.
  • Check patients' vital signs, draw blood, dress wounds, and administer medications.
  • Monitor neonate's vital signs, weights, labs, and feeding schedule in NICU.
  • Assess data via telephone interview, transmitted vital signs trending and home health nurse report.
  • Obtained patient's vital signs and recorded signs and symptoms for providers to review.
  • Monitored vital signs noted any changes in patient condition and called the doctor.
  • Monitor and record vital signs with timely and appropriate documentation of patient status.
  • Obtain vital signs; perform initial intake and assessment prior to psychiatric evaluation.
  • Work also at Bradford outpatient services assessing patients and monitoring vital signs.
  • Obtained basic vital signs and performed physical assessments on mother and baby.
  • Test for vital signs of pain and ensures treatments of pain.
  • Documented all time spent, reactions, and vital signs.

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12. Diabetes

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Here's how Diabetes is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Focused on educating employees about cholesterol, blood sugar, diabetes, BMI, healthy weight loss and exercise regimens.
  • Worked with students with Diabetes, Asthma, Seizures and other health issues to provide a safe school environment.
  • Educated clients on cardiac disease, diabetes, smoking cessation, weight loss, exercise and nutrition.
  • Participated in agency committees (quality assessment and improvement, diabetes advisory, and RPMS).
  • Work with individuals who have chronic health issues; such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
  • Create educational material, social media blogger for CHF, CAD, Asthma and Diabetes.
  • Provided for clients teaching related to insulin administration, signs and symptoms of diabetes.
  • Lead self management workshops for diabetes and chronic conditions.
  • Enrolled and coached employees in Diabetes Program.
  • Provide wide variety of patient education in areas such as nutrition, diabetes, and hypertension with emphasis on preventative healthcare.
  • Enrolled members into Disease Management programs for specific health conditionsincluding coronary artery disease, asthma, diabetes and low back pain.
  • Served as charge nurse caring for infants and children with chronic and multi-system illnesses and injuries such as asthma and diabetes.
  • Managed care for women patients with a variety of diagnosis such as fibroids, Diabetes, and Hypertension.
  • Follow up and education related to chronic diseases such as diabetes (I should say especially diabetes!
  • Led diabetic treatment line with monitoring and treating 25 + patients with Type II diabetes mellitus.
  • home visit, education, IV, injection, pump, diabetes, hypertension, patients
  • Performed health coaching for members with chronic disease, specifically asthma, chf and diabetes.
  • Performed all ADLs for patient with dementia, diabetes, epilepsy, and brain tumor
  • Assist MDs with new admissions requiring physicals Teach children and guardians about asthma and diabetes care

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13. TB

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Here's how TB is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Administer hospital required and recommended vaccinations and medications and TB testing/evaluations.
  • Provided TB screening and required vaccinations per facility.
  • Responded professionally to volatile situations and violent outbreaks.
  • Conduct TB screening for all new employees and interns according to the Hospital's TB control plan and/or at least annually.
  • Assist in the management and coordination of pregnancy, weight control, TB, smoking cessation and other programs as designated.
  • Provided education for infection and parasite prevention, TB vaccinations, collection of data, and general nursing care.
  • Maintain vaccination/immunization records, TB testing, N95 Fit Mask testing and health records for all hospital employees.
  • Assessed, educated, and cared for patients infected with meningitis, hepatitis, STD, and TB.
  • Organized and conducted TB skin test clinics for the medical professions, dental, and childcare students.
  • Assisted with drug screenings as well as provided TB skin tests and Hepatitis B vaccines to employees.
  • Conducted new-hire screenings to include health history, immunizations, TB screenings and brief physical assessments.
  • Assist in orientation training as class assistant, mentor, teaching and modeling inbound/outbound call process.
  • Administer New hire TB tests, workman's comp claims, Administer Vaccines, orient new hires
  • Assist TB nurse in tracking patients, observing patients taking medication and monthly blood work.
  • Administered immunizations, TB, and Vaccinations to employees and volunteers on a daily basis.
  • Initiated a new TB screening process for the facility, which improved employee compliance.
  • Maintained employee health files and administer annual TB test programs according to hospital policy.
  • Administered TB skin tests and monitored blood pressure results with follow-up when indicated.
  • Provide admissions assessments and administer TB skin tests as required by medical facility.
  • Administer, track and coordinate TB testing and Hepatitis B vaccination series.

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14. Health Education

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Here's how Health Education is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Identified risk and educational opportunities for members* Provided health education for members regarding chronic health conditions* Assisted members with finding health resources
  • Performed clinical assessments, preventive health education, nursing interventions, and directed cardiac emergency operations for 80 personnel.
  • Administered medication, provided first aid, ensured camper safety and provided health education.
  • Evaluated health education needs of patients and provided necessary instruction to parents.
  • Developed, implemented, and evaluated health education programs and activities.
  • Distributed health education materials and medical equipment as needed.
  • Provided community health education to multiple organizations.
  • Provided health education for international and domestic students regarding health concerns, prevention, sexual issues and safe sex concerns.
  • Led groups of teens in health education experiences, group activities and field trips to learn about health promotion.
  • Provided health education, information, and medication to patients and family members with active and latent tuberculosis.
  • Instruct individuals, families on topics such as health education, disease prevention and develop health improvement programs.
  • Trained staff in health education on policies and procedures related to chronic disease management and education.
  • Evaluated health education needs and assisted students, families, and staff to achieve understanding.
  • Provided health education, first aid, vaccinations, post exposure HIV testing and counseling.
  • Direct, develop & present educational programs on disease prevention, health education and wellness.
  • Planned, developed, implemented and evaluated health education programs and workshops to the community.
  • Provided first aid, allergy injections, health education and promotion for employees.
  • Evaluated health education needs of clients and provided necessary training and instruction.
  • Provide health education and counseling to students and families; supervise coworkers.
  • Provided health education to encourage employees to maintain their personal health.

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15. Infection Control

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Here's how Infection Control is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Manage clinical supply inventory, perform laboratory equipment control and maintenance, demonstrate effective patient safety and infection control maintenance.
  • Reduce employee work-related injuries through surveillance, root-cause analysis and education on infection control, safety and mental/physical wellness.
  • Compare laboratory reports with the disease list to identify conditions that require isolation and infection control measures.
  • Educated specifically to each need for infection control, community resources and to secure emergency assistance.
  • Collaborated bi-monthly with Infection Control Nurse, Safety Manager and Occupational Health Team for process improvement.
  • Provided education and training of disease management and control, infection control, and administering Epinephrine.
  • Worked collaboratively with Infection Control RN to develop educational materials for all sites.
  • Work as relief Hospital Educator/Infection Control Position during maternity leave and vacation.
  • Collaborate with Infection Control in the identification and management of employee exposures.
  • Developed medical database for Infection Control and Self Administration of Medications.
  • Assist in Infection Control and Safety investigations and education programs.
  • Developed policies related to infection control.
  • Serve as an active member of the facility committees responsible for infection control, safety, and nurse leadership.
  • Served as the Infection control and employee health nurse while also fulfilling the responsibilities of a floor nurse.
  • Led regional revision of TB surveillance process in coordination with Infection Control to align with current CDC recommendations.
  • Provide education and case management of workers' compensation claims, infection control, and health maintenance.
  • Participate as an active member of the Infection Control Committee, Safety Committee and Influenza Readiness Committee.
  • Maintain employee health files, OSHA 300 log, and reports for safety and infection control committees.
  • Prepared and managed Injury and Exposure Reports to Hospital Infection Control and Environment of Care Hospital Committees.
  • Monitored the employee health department to protect patients and employees through loss prevention and infection control.

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16. Osha

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Here's how Osha is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provided workers compensation case management and documentation of OSHA records for all hospital workplace injuries.
  • Maintain OSHA required documentation of illness/injury reporting and risk investigation.
  • Instrument sterilization processing* Facility OSHA officer* Telephone Triage
  • Treated any sick or injured employees and stabilized injuries within scope of practice, also staying within federal guidelines and OSHA.
  • Adhere to best practices, community standards, current CDC, OSHA, APIC guidelines, and DHS and CMS regulations.
  • Acted as Employee health nurse, kept OSHA records, employee records, drug screening for new hires kept with confidentiality.
  • Assess competency of nursing staff and other disciplines in accordance with The Joint Commission, OSHA regulations and facility policy.
  • Maintained OSHA 200 log; implemented and maintained all adult immunization programs; case management of workers' comp claims
  • Accumulated data (filed annually with OSHA) providing insight into incidents/injuries, including blood borne pathogens.
  • Performed health screenings such as hearing and vision examinations and pulmonary function tests as required by OSHA.
  • Provided reports of First Aid, OSHA, and Non-occupational injury/illnesses to Environmental Health and Safety Manager.
  • Coordinated and performed OSHA mandated testing, staff education, FMLA/LOA, BWC management, attendance tracking.
  • Coordinated and performed OSHA mandated testing, staff education, illness/injury management, OSHA log tracking.
  • Conduct annual OSHA-required fit testing for the N95 respirator mask using qualitative or quantitative fit testing.
  • Blood draws, drug testing, new hire medical work-ups, OSHA and Workers Comp.
  • Maintain OSHA logs and Bureau of Labor Statistic reports for over 120 different work locations.
  • Perform annual physicals for the all skilled trade employees in compliance with OSHA standards.
  • Created, maintained, and reported OSHA logs for Albany Memorial and Samaritan Hospitals.
  • Achieved excellence in TB surveillance, as well as JACHO and OSHA compliant.
  • Comply with OSHA requirements to provide safe work environment and treat occupational injuries.

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17. Disease Process

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Here's how Disease Process is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provide medication education, disease process education, and emotional support to patient and family.
  • Educated/Counseled patients and family members regarding home management of disease processes and therapies.
  • Skilled Nursing Services, including education on disease process and management
  • Provide teaching to patients and family members regarding disease process
  • Provide comprehensive home care for patients who have had an acute illness, injury, or exacerbation of a disease process.
  • Instructed patients and caregivers in disease processes, medications, nutrition, preventing infection, safety precautions and emergency measures.
  • Educated patients and caregivers on the disease process, medications, plan of care, and individualized treatment plan.
  • Assess and treat illness and injuries and educate patients and families about disease process and injury treatments currently.
  • Assessed patient's condition, educate patients and their caregivers related to signs/symptoms of the disease process.
  • Provided patient education regarding self-care, medications, disease processes, risk factor reduction and discharge education.
  • Educated residents on disease process, medication, safety measures, and process to return to community.
  • Assess patient of understanding of their medication, disease process and treatments and provide education if needed.
  • Improved health promotion and disease prevention by educating patients and family in disease process and interventions.
  • Educated patients and their families on disease processes, medications, and therapeutic regimens.
  • Managed employee health billing as well as state reporting of disease processes.
  • Educated, observed, and assessed patients with the disease process.
  • Educate patient on disease process, medications, diet, etc.
  • Educate patients on disease process, test results and medications.
  • Teach patients about disease process and management of symptoms.
  • Monitor patients throughout short/long term conditions and/or disease processes.

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18. Drawing Blood

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Here's how Drawing Blood is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Perform routine lab tests and drug testing in accordance with approved standards including drawing blood and obtaining urine specimens.
  • Cover as a staff nurse for clinic patient appointments performing immunization review, administering vaccinations, and drawing blood titers.
  • Perform comprehensive assessments and evaluations, treatment planning, and provision of therapy Drawing blood for laboratory as ordered.
  • Experienced with the pediatric population especially with calculation of medication and fluid resuscitation, drawing blood and initiating IV access.
  • Administer oral, intramuscular, intravenous and subcutaneous medications, Setting up IV infusion and withdrawing blood for investigations.
  • Administered medications, managed intravenous lines, drawing blood, communicate with physician and observed patient conditions.

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19. Medical Conditions

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Here's how Medical Conditions is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Delivered comprehensive care to patients with various medical conditions including acute mental illnesses.
  • Managed caseload of patients with many diverse medical conditions including IV therapy.
  • Collaborated with multidisciplinary team to manage concurrent medical conditions.
  • Reported directly to the client's physician and family, regarding concerns for new medical conditions or worsening health.
  • Provided counseling and guidance with health care choices, assistance and encouragement in managing chronic medical conditions.
  • Provided skilled nursing care to pediatric and adult patients with diverse medical conditions in home settings.
  • Assess patient's psychiatric and medical conditions, record and report findings.
  • Maintain, review and evaluate records of students with medical conditions.
  • Identified medical conditions and directed employees to see further medical care.
  • Assist and encourage management of chronic or acute medical conditions.
  • Care of students with serious medical conditions.
  • Manage pre-existing medical conditions, including diabetes, hypertension, seizure disorders and asthma.
  • Develop and modify healthcare plans in conjunction with changes in medical conditions.

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20. Medication Administration

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Here's how Medication Administration is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Supported patients with education on diagnoses, medication reviews, medication administration, nursing treatments and referrals to community resources.
  • Provided nursing supervision, medication administration, crisis intake, recreational activities, and nurse participation in group therapy.
  • Reviewed care plan, ensured accurate medication administration, completed necessary documentation in an accurate and efficient manner.
  • Performed assessments and direct patient care to geriatric mental health population, treatment planning, medication administration.
  • Documented patient assessments, medication administration and other nursing care using the Epic electronic charting system.
  • Performed medication administration, implemented various nursing skills, oversaw and managed patient treatment plans.
  • Trained in team-building, management of violent behaviors and safe psychotropic medication administration.
  • Teach medication administration classes; maintain and monitor/supervise medication administration program.
  • Manage medication administration including IV therapy as ordered by the physician.
  • Provision of nursing interventions, medication administration and therapeutic milieu.
  • Provide oversight and affirm compliance with medication administration registration.
  • Monitor medication administration for side effects and effectiveness.
  • Organized medication administration including detox tapering.
  • Care plans in this milieu can include wound care, tube feedings, medication administration, case management and Hospice support.
  • Assess for proper self-medication administration IV therapy, health assessment, VS check and blood glucose check, lab draw.
  • Handled waiver services for home care, coordinated care plans, medication administration, and development of care plans.
  • Preformed medication administration, IV administration of medications, IV start procedures, wound care, and charting.
  • Provide wound care, IV therapy, medication administration, documentation, physician reporting * Patient and family education
  • Performed oral, IM, and subcutaneous medication administration, urine and fecal specimen collection.
  • Provided referrals, direct nursing care, and medication administration to home health care population.

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21. LPN

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Here's how LPN is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Designed a wound care checklist for LPN's to ensure accurate charting, and supervised Home Health Aides for quality control.
  • Start of Care are preformed as well as supervisory visits to all assigned Home Health Aides, LPN's.
  • Oversee LPNs and Resident Associates/CNA's, meet with families and 3rd party providers for resident care planning.
  • Performed supervisory visits to patients who are regularly seen by a licensed practical nurse (LPN).
  • Supervised all weekend employees including LPN's, Mental Health Technicians, case managers.
  • Delegate to and supervise LPNs and Mental Health Technicians on a daily basis.
  • Supervised LPN's and Nursing Assistants on acute care unit for elderly residents
  • Delegate and supervise LPN's and home-health aids according to State Law.
  • Serve in a supervisory role to LPN's and Health Service Technicians
  • Coordinate and supervise the care by LPN, Home Health Aid.
  • Supervised and mentored four military technicians and one civilian LPN.
  • Provided supervision of home health aide services and LPN employees.
  • Manage and educated Home Health Aides and LPN's.
  • Conduct Supervisory visits of LPN and CNA staff.
  • Supervised LPNs in a school setting.
  • Organized and supervised LPN's andCMA's while providing community flu vaccine clinics.
  • Supervised, directed and evaluated LPNs and CNAs.
  • Assisted with supervision of five LPN's.
  • Experience supervising CNAs and LPNs.
  • Experience providing orientation to fellow RNs, LPNs, and CNAs.

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22. Primary Care Services

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Here's how Primary Care Services is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provide wellness and coaching and referral to available internal and community health wellness and primary care services and resources.
  • Collaborated with physician up to 48 miles away to provide primary care services.
  • Provided primary care services for infants and children in an acute care unit specializing in airway/pulmonary complications.
  • Deliver continuity-based primary care services low-income patients.
  • Invited by the Department of Veterans Affairs to present a lecture regarding best practices for contracting for primary care services.
  • Provided primary care services to long term care resident in a rehab facility.

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23. Health Screenings

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Here's how Health Screenings is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Preform health screenings activities, including data entry, finger stick, height/weight, manual or automated blood pressure and BMI.
  • Participated in health screenings provided to clients of small to mid-sized companies of up to 150 employees per site.
  • Conducted mandated health screenings, cursory physical exams and health history review with new student groups arriving weekly.
  • Participate in health screenings and wellness programs and provide health coaching for clients in their place of employment.
  • Provided health and medication education, and health screenings, as well as monitored client's clinical status.
  • Participate in providing on-site wellness programs, including health screenings, immunizations, coaching, and educational seminars.
  • Assist Occupational Health with annual immunizations; Health Fairs in the community; Health Screenings at local businesses.
  • Perform on-site health screenings and make lifestyle recommendations to improve health for employees of local Pittsburgh firms.
  • Conduct new and transfer employee health screenings and annual and RTW employee health evaluations.
  • Provided client consultations with interpretative results of health screenings, 8-12 per day.
  • Provided participants with respect, compassion, and confidentiality during health screenings.
  • Performed annual health screenings and maintain student and staff health records.
  • Collaborate with Human Resources to ensure completion of all health screenings.
  • Performed preventive health screenings including clinical breast and pelvic exams.
  • Perform annual health screenings on all employees.
  • Provide free community health screenings.
  • Perform new employee health screenings.
  • Organized and directed multi-site community health screenings to public and private businesses.
  • Expanded use of biometric screening assessments, health screenings and health management support for chronic diseases to improve employee wellness.
  • Obtained Health Screenings such as blood pressure, bmi, cholesterol and blood glucose levels and heart rate.

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24. Social Workers

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Here's how Social Workers is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Participate as a member of an interdisciplinary team of staff (Psychiatrists, therapists, social workers, etc.)
  • Establish mission goals and share objectives between PHN programs, social workers and probation officers providing consultation.
  • Cross functional team management including, physicians, discharge planners, social workers and home care vendors.
  • Assess for environmental hazards and report to social workers/provider as well as educate patient and family.
  • Lead facilitator in case conferences to discuss patient progress with Psychiatrist, Psychologist and social workers.
  • Worked as intake nurse, coordinating discharge planning with case managers and social workers.
  • Coordinate closely with doctors and social workers on an inpatient basis.
  • Conduct weekly team meeting with Psychiatrist, Social Workers and Discharge
  • Served as resource to professional support: health team, service team, social workers, and child care workers
  • Educated members on various health problems and behavioral health issues with team dieticians, exercise physiologist and social workers
  • Co-ordinated with all other disciplines including home health aides, physical therapists, social workers.

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25. Health Unit

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Here's how Health Unit is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Identified and evaluated problems and collaborated with mental health unit associates to achieve individual patient goals.
  • Disseminated program information in presentations to VA staff on behavioral health units.
  • Complete admission assessment s and daily reassessments of patients and admitted to the Acute Care Mental health Unit.
  • Provided health unit orientation to new Embassy Staff, especially in the area of tropical diseases.
  • Assess, educate and maintain a therapeutic relationship with adults/pediatrics in an acute mental health unit.
  • Nurse on a 15 bed adult and geriatric unit behavioral health unit.
  • Charge and floor nurse in residential dual diagnosis behavioral health unit.
  • Staff Nurse on an acute geriatric behavioral health unit.
  • Worked on a 32 bed Geriatric Mental Health Unit.
  • Worked on Behavioral Health Unit.
  • General RN duties, as well as ED evaluations, insurance precertifications/reviews, and behavioral health unit admissions.
  • Provided care and directed care to adult mental health patients in a locked mental health unit.
  • Provide care to post partum and medical surgical patients on a women's health unit.
  • Manage the health unit in the managers absence.
  • Administer medications to clients in mental health units and medical units Assist in maintaining safety and security.

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26. Intake Assessments

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Here's how Intake Assessments is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Completed intake assessments on referrals for outpatient behavioral health.
  • Complete intake Assessments, Skills Checks, and Skilled Nursing Care to Medically Complex Clients.
  • Conduct intake assessments through interviews with patients and relatives to gather case history.
  • Do intake assessments and patient discharges.
  • Provided treatments, performed TB testing, education, medications and intake assessments on inmates Narcotic and routine med administration
  • Perform intake assessments to identify and treat acute & chronic healthcare needs.

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27. Blood Pressure

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Here's how Blood Pressure is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Blood Pressure, Cholesterol, and Glucose screenings-BMI and weight monitoring/Flu vaccinations-Promote Wellness and healthy lifestyle choices
  • Participated in community blood pressure clinics.
  • Assist in managing wellness programs for on/off-site corporate, such as flu shot programs, blood pressure screenings and health fairs.
  • Provided screening and physical assessments for blood pressure, scoliosis, vision, growth and development and other health-related problems.
  • Conducted glucose/cholesterol screenings, blood pressure checks, BMI calculations, patient teaching and coaching at various community locations.
  • Performed a variety of services including lipid profiles, blood pressure checks, BMI measurements, and client education.
  • Provided excellent instruction on Health Management and Wellness, including: BMI, Blood pressure, Cholesterol.
  • Assist with positioning of patient and monitoring patient's blood pressure closely and fetal heart rate.
  • Operate machinery for cholesterol and glucose, bone density, blood pressure and body composition screening.
  • Take and record patients' temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates.
  • Provide preventative health maintenance: blood pressure, weight, and health care education.
  • Perform wellness checks; cholesterol screenings, blood pressure screenings, and consultations.
  • Measure body weight, height, and blood pressure.
  • Perform blood pressure and pulse rate screening.
  • Blood Pressure screening for students and staff.
  • Perform new hire physicals which includes blood pressure, venipuncture and immunization administration.
  • Provide blood pressure, height, weight, cholesterol, and glucose assessment at industrial worksite events.
  • Provide blood pressure screenings, random glucose screenings, cholesterol screenings and provide educational materials.
  • Preformed blood pressure screenings, and diet education classes at city employee health fairs.
  • blood pressure, height, weight, and BMI.

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28. Medication Management

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Here's how Medication Management is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Oversee medication management, medical equipment inspections, monitor health risks and provide consultation to individuals to seek appropriate medical care.
  • Provided education and instructions to parents and patients regarding follow up care, medication management, and immunizations.
  • Utilized psychiatric expertise to develop treatment plans, medication management, conducted nursing groups.
  • Provided extensive education regarding chronic disease management, medication management and prevention of hospitalization.
  • Performed intake assessment and medication management for patients with acute and chronic mental illness.
  • Provide patient education as related to disease processes and medication management and contraindications.
  • Provided care for patients including group therapies and medication management.
  • Provided emotional support to patients and medication management.
  • Coordinated care for clients including medication management.
  • Monitor vital signs and medication management.
  • Instruct patients and families on topics such as diagnosis education, disease prevention, medication management or the civil commitment process.
  • Perform groups, familiar with deescalation techniques, medication management, seclusion, 15 minute rounds, restraints, etc.
  • Performed patient/caregiver education and teaching on disease processes, symptom and medication management in coordination with the plan of care.
  • Recommend medication management, including new prescriptions, refills, discontinuation or changes in therapy.
  • Provide health assessments for chronic and acute problems, immunizations, and medication management.
  • Educated patients regarding disease process, medication management, available treatment options, etc.
  • Provide assessments, teaching, dressing changes, physical therapy, and medication management.
  • Worked in concert with the psychiatrist to provide evaluation and medication management services.
  • Care included health status checks, medication management, and wound care.
  • Provide wound care, medication management and patient teaching.

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29. Substance Abuse

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Here's how Substance Abuse is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Facilitate groups related to substance abuse or medical consequences.
  • Provided nursing care for patients with PET, IOL, substance abuse issues, and breastfeeding difficulties.
  • Perform consults and provide referrals for inpatients outside the Behavioral Health Unit addressing alcohol and/or substance abuse.
  • Specialized and complex care dealing with severe mental health crises, substance abuse issues and detoxification.
  • Care of up to 12 adult patients with emotional problems and/or substance abuse issues.
  • Attended and observed Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and men's inpatient substance abuse group meetings.
  • Worked on a mix of crisis, geriatric, psychotic and substance abuse units.
  • Provided care for adult patients with mental health illnesses and poly-substance abuse.
  • Developed and implemented an Exposure Control Plan, Chemical Substance Abuse Policy.
  • Locked Adult Unit, Alcohol & Substance Abuse Treatment Unit.
  • Monitored the treatment and outcomes of geriatric and substance abuse patient
  • Shadowed substance abuse counselors on the detox floor.
  • Provided patient care psych and substance abuse patients.Conducted therapy sessions.
  • Provide care for mental illness patients * Monitor and care for substance abuse in-patient clients * PRN work-on call as necessary

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30. Picc

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Here's how Picc is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Established contracts for Surgical and PICC Line services in Nursing Homes, Hospitals, and Ambulatory Surgical Centers (ASC).
  • Care, management and teaching of PICC line, implanted ports, drains and administration of antibiotics and TPN.
  • Provided PICC line services for acute, surgical, and long term chronic care patients.
  • Started IVs, performed lab draws, performed dressing changes on PICC lines.
  • Complete PICC line maintenance and lab draws, including stat orders.
  • Specialized in the insertion of peripheral lines and PICC lines.
  • Experienced in venipuncture, PICC and PAC management in the home.
  • Administer IV meds/PICC line care as per MD order.
  • Administer oral, sublingual, transdermal, intravenous medications and PICC lines.
  • Administered meds by IV (Picc, Central, Ports, etc.)
  • Administer IV medicines via PICC line, port-a-cath, Hickman, Broviac, Groshong, or peripheral IV.
  • Care of picc lines or medi-port or IV insertion.

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31. Medical Records

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Here's how Medical Records is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Navigate proficiently multiple and complex software formats of electronic medical records, including InterQual.
  • Utilized confidential patient information with paper charts and electronic medical records.
  • Developed and implemented care plans while maintaining medical records.
  • Facilitated new-hire training on medical records documentation processes.
  • Case Management and Return To Work skills, Computer skills, including electronic medical records, e-mail, various on-line systems.
  • Processed third-party requests for medical records, adhering to all HIPAA regulations regarding patient privacy.
  • Administered vaccinations for flu, pneumonia and allergies while maintaining employee's medical records.
  • Maintained medical records and Quality Assurance on Pap smear logs and PKU logs.
  • Maintain patient's medical records, including all prior medical history.
  • Updated employee medical records with their PPD and flu shot information.
  • Monitored and maintained all employees medical records and OHSA 200 log.
  • Provide assessment, transcription, and secure maintenance of medical records.
  • Update all medical records including immunizations, hearing and vision screenings.
  • Reviewed and analyzed medical records of previous and current patients.
  • Maintained medical records and inventories; managed daily scheduling changes.
  • Review medical records, checks physician orders and record properly.
  • Maintained Employees' charts and medical records.
  • Utilized electronic medical records program and complete required documentation in a timely manner.
  • Review medical records at primary care physician offices and facilities, onsite or through remote access.
  • Ensured applicants completed the pre-employment screening process, scheduled appointments, and reviewed medical records.

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32. Community Resources

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Here's how Community Resources is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Researched and developed relationships with community resources to assure strong referral base; organized and executed immunization and well-child clinics.
  • Participate in coordination of services with other disciplines and community resources as needed.
  • Identify and coordinate community resources necessary to support optimal client outcomes.
  • Performed mental health intake calls for new counseling referrals and provided patients with community resources to access while they awaited services.
  • Collaborate with insurance payer's RN Case Managers to ensure patients are receiving community resources and behavioral health assistance.
  • Educated patients and families on health care needs, mental health conditions, medications, and community resources.
  • Collaborated with MD s, DME suppliers, therapists and community resources to ensure continuity of care.
  • Provide member referrals to disease management vendor, case management, and/or local community resources.
  • Educated patients and families about medications, mental health/AODA conditions, and available community resources.
  • Network within the community with providers, educators and a variety of community resources.
  • Collaborate with community resources and act as a Liaison between families and Administrative Staff.
  • Perform lab work follow-up, referrals, and locating community resources as needed.
  • Refer students to appropriate community resources such as for mental health issues.
  • Promote community resources and referral to local programs.
  • Provided moms with community resources and support services.
  • Coordinated care with other community resources as needed.
  • Facilitate member interventions, identify and provide appropriate community resources.
  • Provide patient education and community resources !
  • Identify community resources and guide individuals and families in their use.Assess health and needs of individuals and population.
  • Coordinated care with the Interdisciplinary Team * Instructed patients on new medications, diagnoses and available community resources.

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33. Disease Prevention

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Here's how Disease Prevention is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Facilitate and educate wellness promotion activities and disease prevention such as smoking cessation, chronic condition self-management, and nutrition.
  • Provide individual counseling and disease prevention education.
  • Promote health, safety, wellness, and communicable disease prevention through case findings and follow-up to clients and families.
  • Identified and treated health disorders among students and provided instruction in the maintenance of good health and disease prevention.
  • Motivate patients to actively participate in their health, wellness, and disease prevention.
  • Advised patients on health care maintenance, disease prevention and other holistic interventions.
  • Advised patients on health maintenance and disease prevention and provided case management.
  • Provide education on health maintenance and disease prevention.

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34. Hospice

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Here's how Hospice is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Complete Federal Medicare Surveys of Home Health and Hospice Agencies for a company under contract to CMS and/or State Survey Agencies.
  • Home health/hospice nurse, duties included oasis assessments, coordination of services for hospice, travel, MD communication/ interdisciplinary teams
  • Provision of in home health and hospice care services, monitoring, evaluation and updates to the primary care physicians.
  • Work with other agencies such as Horizon Hospice and DaVita Dialysis Center on residents requiring special aspects of care.
  • Performed as RN at different assignments and locations including, Hospice, Public Health Nursing, and Detention Centers.
  • Serve as Hospice skilled nurse providing palliative care for the patient and support to the family.
  • Conducted annual, re-certification surveys in skilled nursing facilities, home health and hospice agencies.
  • Demonstrated compassion, collaboration and expertise in coordination of hospice and home health services.
  • Provided hospice care for those with end-stage AIDS, and their families.
  • Work with hospice patient and carry out protocol as set forth.
  • Home health staff nurse for a hospital based home health/hospice agency.
  • Provided hospice care plans and supervised home health care aides
  • Frequent work with Hospice patients and their families.
  • Staff RN: Community Health Nurse/Hospice Nurse.
  • Home Health Nurse with Hospice Specialty.
  • Saw Oncologists, Pharmacists, Hospice facilities and Home Health Agencies to educate them on the product's benefits.
  • skilled in Hospice and palliative care patient's
  • Provided homecare services for hospice.

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35. Staff Members

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Here's how Staff Members is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Communicate effectively with staff members and physicians.
  • Charge nurse for an 18-bed acute care psychiatric unit and 10-bed voluntary behavioral health unit, scheduling and supervising staff members.
  • Team Leader role which includes making daily assignments of duties based on education and experience of staff members.
  • Served as House Supervisor for night shift as needed while overseeing 75 patients and 10+ staff members.
  • Served as a resource to patients, families and other staff members in delivery of care.
  • Conduct quality control on charts, submit medication determinations and triage walk in staff members.
  • Assist in the supervision of other staff members, students and volunteers as appropriate.
  • Mentored and coached staff members on each patient's medications and personal requirements.
  • Manage 9 staff members, fiscal budget and other needs as required.
  • Implemented policy and procedures and facilitated in services to staff members.
  • Develop rapport with patients, families, staff members and physicians.
  • Delivered skilled nursing services to staff members at IBM.
  • Provide physical workups for HRP staff members including blood draws, vision and hearing screenings, and EKGs.
  • Consulted with physicians and other staff members to provide highest quality patient care.
  • Home Health Registered Nurse Duties: Supervised 28 staff members, RN/LPN/OT/ST/PT.
  • Interact with several different staff members with ease and comfort.
  • Perform routine daily audits Accomplishments I developed a more team oriented group of staff members who had previously been lacking leadership.

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36. Medical Care

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Here's how Medical Care is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Collaborate with the interdisciplinary team to assure personal care, medical care and rehabilitation are provided.
  • Operated Health Services and provided medical care within a large manufacturing facility.
  • Administered medications and medical care to youth and additionally documented progress.
  • Manage medical care for children in public elementary schools settings and in a K-8 public school setting in Osceola County.
  • Reviewed Incident Reports and contacted all employees with Worker's Comp injuries insuring timely and proper medical care.
  • Manage medical care and assessment for a diverse group of patients by phone and in their home.
  • Provided direct medical care to critically ill neonates and children, and supportive care to families.
  • Provide emergency medical care and care for patients in acute alcohol withdrawal and/or substance withdrawal.
  • Performed other nursing treatment to include medical care in accordance to the plan of care.
  • Referred employees to appropriate sources of private medical care for advanced medical attention.
  • Provided medical care, education, and instruction to patients in their home.
  • Complete admissions, discharges and transfer to higher levels of medical care.
  • Guided Company Nurse clients to proper facilities for medical care as needed.
  • Provided customary and emergent medical care to students and staff.
  • Assess and evaluate their needs for medical care.
  • Provided emergency medical care and triage as needed.
  • Provided emergency and medical care of College Students.
  • Provide basic medical care when necessary.
  • Provided emergency medical care, collaborated with Staten Island Hospital, provided counseling and referrals.
  • Provide medical care and medical management in conjunction with behavioral health to promote the physical and emotional wellbeing of the patient.

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37. EKG

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Here's how EKG is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Monitor and connected patients comfortably, measured heart rate, blood pressure, breathing rate, blood- oxygen level and EKG.
  • Perform physical assessment, routine testes, specimen collection, EKG, patient registration, and front desk support.
  • Immunize children, do EKG's, breathing treatments and dispense medications as ordered.
  • Completed basic arrhythmic course and able to interpret a rhythm strip or 12-Lead EKG.
  • Perform procedures such as EKG s, Pulmonary Function Tests, Ankle-Brachial Index.
  • Performed lab tests, blood draws, EKGs and communicated results.
  • Performed 12 lead EKGs on patients suffering from chest pain.
  • Performed phlebotomy, EKG's, breathing treatments and procedures.
  • Performed phlebotomy and EKGs, conducted health assessments of patients through physical examinations using a wide variety of medical equipment.
  • Provided Respirator Fit Testing, EKGs, PFTs, Audiograms, vision screening, and etc.

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38. Medicaid

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Here's how Medicaid is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Worked in conjunction with Medicaid patients to educate about improved health awareness.
  • Conducted Medicare/Medicaid OASIS admissions for patients requiring Home Health Services.
  • Case managed pilot program for HealthNet Northeast Medicare/Medicaid.
  • Managed heavy Medicaid OB population.
  • Worked with the Medicaid and Medicare Programs for the state of Missouri to reduce patient morbidity and mortality rates.
  • Worked for Medicare Health Support, Centers of Medicaid Services for State of Mississippi.
  • Maintained OASIS and 485 data on clients for Medicare/Medicaid certified agency.
  • Adhere to JHACO, Medicare / Medicaid standards.
  • Assisted in developing training material and conducted interactive trainings for Texas Medicaid providers.
  • Obtained level 2 Assisted Living License to deal with future Medicaid residents.Successfully passed Level 1 inspections by ACHA 2 separate times.
  • Work along side of patient insurance companies to recognize gaps in care to assist physicians in meeting Medicare / Medicaide guidelines.
  • Review of in-patient admission for DMC-Medicaid Application of Interqual for approval of payment Weekly review of selected cases with Medical Director

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39. EMR

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Here's how EMR is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Risk stratification using hospital EMR data and provide drill down analysis, including short and long term action plans.
  • Compiled usage data in McKesson EMR and reformatted for in-house and two government agencies.
  • Completed necessary documentation in EMR in order to prepare patient for discharge.
  • Achieved expertise and identified as System Super User in EMR implementation.
  • Full patient Psych Care, treatments, EMR & medications.
  • Used EMR to document patient information.
  • Thendocumented and relayed information via EMR regarding approval/denial to each individual physician.
  • Created EMR's utilizing the TREC 2 program and performed numerous data entry functions.
  • Scheduled appointments, registers employees and document in Cerner - EMR.

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40. Health Promotion

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Here's how Health Promotion is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provide client education including medication instruction, vaccine administration, health promotion, and disease prevention.
  • Educated individuals and families regarding Health Promotion and Disease Prevention.
  • Provide military and civilian health promotion counseling and support.
  • Developed and presented corporate health promotion training programs.
  • Coordinated work-site health promotion and community education programs.
  • Encouraged health promotion and provided preventive teaching.
  • Offered health promotion incentives and educational materials.
  • Participated in health promotion events.
  • Monitor employee health for communicable diseases to protect patients and employees, prevent accidents and illnesses and conduct ongoing health promotional activities
  • Teach health promotion classes in the community and conduct Well Right NowClinics BP and Congestive Heart Failure assessment.
  • Provide health and wellness and tobacco cessation support and displays at military and civilian health promotion events
  • Provide health promotion and education to children and families on the importance of immunizations.
  • Analyze health data to assist with individualized, prioritized personal health promotion plans.
  • Sponsored health promotions, including Cholesterol and Glucose, and Prostate Cancer Screenings.
  • Designed and developed health promotion materials, e-Presentations, & weekly Wellness Blog.
  • Organized two Mother's Clubs taught basic health prevention and health promotion.
  • Secured funds to partner with community agencies to sponsor health promotion events.
  • Educated patients and families regarding importance of health promotion and disease prevention.
  • Educated employees at Tufts University on health promotion and disease prevention.
  • Participate in health promotion and education to promote safe work environment.

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41. Copd

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Here's how Copd is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Provided education to patients with chronic and acute health problems such as HTN, asthma, COPD and diabetes.
  • Provided disease management related to Congestive Heart Failure, Hypertension, COPD and face to face psychiatric assessments.
  • Assessed and taught patients with chronic conditions of heart failure, COPD, diabetes, CAD.
  • Assisted patients with multiple chronic diagnoses including COPD and asthma.
  • Participated in COPD/CHF program targeting early detection, treatment and subsequent prevention of exacerbation through extensive patient education programs.
  • Focus on reducing COPD related hospitalizations due to exacerbation and increasing the participants quality of life.

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42. Physician Orders

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Here's how Physician Orders is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Transcribed and inputs physician orders; delivered patient education on medications and treatments.
  • Examine physician orders for completeness, accuracy and clarity.
  • Process physician orders and dispense medications.
  • Care includes assessment and implementation of physician orders and monitoring for change in patient status.
  • Re-evaluated patient needs through physical reassessment, response to therapy, and supplemental physician orders.
  • Update care plan to reflect change in physician orders or patient condition and evaluate routinely
  • Worked independently to manage daily care of a single patient per physician orders.
  • Review and interpret physician orders, evaluate patients to identify their abilities.
  • Administered medications, treatment as per physician orders and plan of care.
  • Assess patient and provide skilled nursing to patient per physician orders.
  • Administered nursing care to homebound patients under physician orders.
  • Carry out and complete physician orders, admissions, discharges, and physical and psychological nursingassessment.

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43. IM

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Here's how IM is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Maintain established policies, procedures and objectives, quality improvement, safety, environmental and infection prevention protocols.
  • Assess immunization status of clients and administers immunization in accordance with written protocols and documents them.
  • Identified opportunities which improved the quality of patient care, establishing a reputation for exceptional nursing.
  • Report collected data according to established policies and procedures, including implementation of appropriate ICD-9 codes.
  • Collaborated with drug counselor in addition to implementing and monitoring intake and output as needed.
  • Facilitated timely move/transition of medical clinic from temporary site back to permanent site.
  • Communicated closely with Physicians and health care disciplines for optimum delivery of care.
  • Prepared patients for surgery and administered patient care during immediate post anesthesia period.
  • Convert one time encounters into regular clients by introducing and marketing additional services.
  • Implemented and maintained education programs to satisfy regulatory agencies for the hospital.
  • Administered immunizations against infectious diseases and follow up on any adverse reactions.
  • Use data to identify opportunities for improvement and propose performance improvement.
  • Developed and implemented hospital's psychiatric patient acuity classification system.
  • Suggested and implemented new method of efficiently scheduling lab appointments.
  • Facilitate the development and implementation of employee specific health programs.
  • Provided postoperative nursing care to patients immediately after surgery.
  • Ensured efficacy of treatment through monitoring of treatment regimens.
  • Complete required documentation in an accurate and timely manner.
  • Administer flu shot and immunization clinics Independent contractor.
  • Conducted job injury analysis and implemented abatement strategies.

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44. Group Therapy Sessions

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Here's how Group Therapy Sessions is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Supervised group therapy sessions organized to address educational needs specific to unique patient populations.
  • Provided direct patient care, conducted group therapy sessions, individual 1:1 counseling working with an interdisciplinary treatment team.
  • Lead group therapy sessions, individual patient care plan development, participated in treatment team meeting.
  • Worked with various diagnoses, led group therapy sessions, primary nursing.
  • Initiate patient education and lead group therapy sessions daily.
  • Group therapy sessions were held on different topics.
  • Organized and lead group therapy sessions.
  • Facilitated group therapy sessions using Yalom's techniques, administered medications.

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45. CDC

low Demand
Here's how CDC is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Reviewed clinical data and collaborated on differential diagnosis, using CDC guidelines.
  • Reviewed immunization records to ensure accordance with the guidelines of the CDC, ACIP, and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
  • Address all normal and abnormal labs with prompt reporting based on CDC and STI Screening Guidelines.
  • Managed clinical data for CDC Breast and Cervical Health Early Detection Program for Juneau clinic.
  • Administer immunizations and ensure that immunizations are up-to-date based on CDC standards across the lifespan.
  • Upgraded EHS vaccine refrigeration equipment to meet CDC recommended standards.
  • Administer immunizations to children and adults according to CDC standards.
  • Versed in the CDC's National Healthcare Safety Network (NHSN).
  • Involved with the CDC (NHSN) program for HAIs.

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46. CPR

low Demand
Here's how CPR is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Developed and implemented patient-specific care plans using CPRS.
  • Provided CPR training, new employee orientation, and annual education to all hospital staff.
  • Coordinated CPR training, First Aid for general staff, and flu clinics for residents.
  • Certified American Heart Association CPR Instructor teaching classes 4-6 times a year.
  • Case manage, CPR/AED, Pulmonary function tests, Safety/ergonomics.
  • Provided Red Cross First Aid/CPR training as a PRN instructor.
  • Educated all staff and care providers with first aid and CPR
  • Facilitated the First Aid, CPR and Safety Team.
  • Acted as CPR Instructor for Child Health Clinic Staff.
  • Provide CPR training annually per ARC guidelines.
  • Organized training needs including CPR.
  • Obtained CPR, ACLS, and NRP certifications.
  • Participate in health fairs which include many types of screenings Teach CPR/FA classes and facilitate Smoking Cessation classes
  • Trained First Responder Team in Adult CPR/AED and First Aid.
  • Coordinate and provide American Heart Association Healthcare provider, Heartsaver First Aid and CPR AED training to Corps of Engineers employees.
  • Educated patients in chronic illness Instructed patients on correct medication dosages/usagesCPR instructor for the networkClinical leadTriaged patients for providers
  • Administer TST, vaccines, and follow-ups for pre-employment health screening Develop safety campaigns Manage employee health files Health Coach CPR Instructor

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47. RN

low Demand
Here's how RN is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Identified and/or coordinated specific health coaching needs to address objectives and goals identified to health professionals for behavioral learning needs.
  • Led regional needle stick prevention initiative based on CDC recommendations including mandatory computer based learning for all nursing personnel.
  • Managed newborn care procedures including blood testing, post-circumcision care, administration of medication and initial newborn physical assessments.
  • Provide individual and family patient education concerning prescribed medications, immunizations, and chronic conditions such as diabetes.
  • Performed health risk assessments and educated patients on lifestyle changes concerning diabetes, cholesterol and hypertension management.
  • Filed Worker's Compensation claims, administers Return to Work evaluations, including appropriate referrals and notifications.
  • Provide patients with follow-up education that include a warning for potential side effects associated with vaccination.
  • Monitored immunization compliance and followed up on student health concerns identified by their physician.
  • School-based Health Program RN Educator-provided comprehensive primary and preventive health services to adolescents.
  • Perform and document learning goals and evaluations for medical assistants and medical technicians.
  • Develop annual education and infection prevention plan and report to governing body.
  • Provided assistance to RN on evaluating and documenting overall dialysis of patients.
  • Facilitated educational opportunities and Lunch and Learns with visiting physicians and organizations.
  • Conducted training seminars concerning health care promotion/awareness to staff and patients.
  • Assisted patients in identifying and securing appropriate external services after discharge.
  • Completed health physicals assessments for Northwestern and other insurance companies.
  • Interpreted fetal monitoring strips and performed newborn and maternal assessments.
  • Coordinated return-to-work, light duty program and review/maintain database.
  • Furnish those services requiring significant and specialized nursing skills.
  • Incorporated concepts and strategies of cultural learning and classroom management

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48. PPD

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Here's how PPD is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Administered PPD placement/reading with follow-up for any positive readings.
  • Work closely with the homeless population, i.e., patient physicals, vaccines, and PPD's.
  • Organized, administered, and documented employee immunizations and PPD testing.
  • Monitored treatment of students with + PPD/TB testing results.
  • Provide EKG and PPD diagnostic testing assessment.
  • Screen residents for immunization needs and administer vaccinations to a population of 2 months old to adult; including interpreting PPDs.
  • Administer PPD's, Flu Vaccine, and immunizations to all employees in accordance with state and agency madates.
  • Licensed Practical Nurse Administer vaccinations such as: TDAP, Hepatitis B, MMR, PPD, etc.
  • Process potential employees for initial hire Provide annual PPD screening for all applicable employees.
  • Give required immunizations, including PPd planting and evaluations.
  • Performed vital signs and ppd readings.

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49. Insurance Companies

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Here's how Insurance Companies is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Relayed information to insurance companies and physicians regarding home medical needs.
  • Collaborated with insurance companies for authorizations of in-patient admissions.
  • Performed paramedical examinations for long-term life insurance companies.
  • Verified client information and participation with insurance companies.
  • Assisted with client screening, consulting and admissions, interacted with managed care and insurance companies to facilitate payment for services.
  • Obtained health histories and information, vital signs, body measurements, and lab results for insurance companies.
  • Educated clients, insurance companies, and health plan administrators on the role of patient care management.
  • Answer any and all medical questions that arise from discussions with clients and insurance companies.
  • Provide telephonic and electronic support for members of 50 national health insurance companies.
  • Interview and assessment of clients requesting long term care benefits from insurance companies.
  • Stay in touch with insurance companies and nursing homes regarding available beds.
  • Interact with workers compensation and insurance companies.
  • Streamlined process to obtain authorization and precertification for inpatient admissions from various insurance companies.
  • Schedule patients and obtain pre-authorization from insurance companies as needed.
  • Experienced in precerting patients insurances with insurance companies.

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50. CHF

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Here's how CHF is used in Registered Health Nurse jobs:
  • Managed computer CHF program and called and instructed patients as needed after monitoring computer print-outs from patients at home.
  • Provide home nursing care and education to patients with multiple comorbidities (CHF, Pneumonia, CABG, etc.)
  • Cared for geriatric patients with a variety of diagnoses, from chronic venous stasis wounds to fragile CHF patients.
  • Assessed patients with CHF, monitored and taught signs and symptoms of need to call MD or 911.
  • Managed multiple system disease cases including hypertension, CAD, CHF, diabetes, arthritis, and cancer.
  • Saw 6-8 patients daily; post-op, CHF and wound care, primarily.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Registered Health Nurse

Patient Care24.6%
Mental Health Services8.7%
Providers7.9%
Disease Management7.3%
Emergency Care5.4%
IV5.3%
Treatment Plans4.8%
Triage4.7%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Registered Health Nurse

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Patient Care
Patient Care
18.3%
18.3%
2
2
Mental Health Services
Mental Health Services
6.4%
6.4%
3
3
Providers
Providers
5.9%
5.9%
4
4
Disease Management
Disease Management
5.4%
5.4%
5
5
Emergency Care
Emergency Care
4%
4%
6
6
IV
IV
4%
4%
7
7
Treatment Plans
Treatment Plans
3.5%
3.5%
8
8
Triage
Triage
3.5%
3.5%
9
9
Charge Nurse
Charge Nurse
3.3%
3.3%
10
10
Crisis Intervention
Crisis Intervention
2.6%
2.6%
11
11
Vital Signs
Vital Signs
2.2%
2.2%
12
12
Diabetes
Diabetes
2.2%
2.2%
13
13
TB
TB
2%
2%
14
14
Health Education
Health Education
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
Infection Control
Infection Control
1.6%
1.6%
16
16
Osha
Osha
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Disease Process
Disease Process
1.5%
1.5%
18
18
Drawing Blood
Drawing Blood
1.5%
1.5%
19
19
Medical Conditions
Medical Conditions
1.5%
1.5%
20
20
Medication Administration
Medication Administration
1.4%
1.4%
21
21
LPN
LPN
1.4%
1.4%
22
22
Primary Care Services
Primary Care Services
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
Health Screenings
Health Screenings
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
Social Workers
Social Workers
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
Health Unit
Health Unit
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Intake Assessments
Intake Assessments
1.1%
1.1%
27
27
Blood Pressure
Blood Pressure
1.1%
1.1%
28
28
Medication Management
Medication Management
1.1%
1.1%
29
29
Substance Abuse
Substance Abuse
1%
1%
30
30
Picc
Picc
1%
1%
31
31
Medical Records
Medical Records
1%
1%
32
32
Community Resources
Community Resources
1%
1%
33
33
Disease Prevention
Disease Prevention
0.9%
0.9%
34
34
Hospice
Hospice
0.9%
0.9%
35
35
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.9%
0.9%
36
36
Medical Care
Medical Care
0.8%
0.8%
37
37
EKG
EKG
0.7%
0.7%
38
38
Medicaid
Medicaid
0.7%
0.7%
39
39
EMR
EMR
0.7%
0.7%
40
40
Health Promotion
Health Promotion
0.7%
0.7%
41
41
Copd
Copd
0.7%
0.7%
42
42
Physician Orders
Physician Orders
0.7%
0.7%
43
43
IM
IM
0.6%
0.6%
44
44
Group Therapy Sessions
Group Therapy Sessions
0.6%
0.6%
45
45
CDC
CDC
0.6%
0.6%
46
46
CPR
CPR
0.6%
0.6%
47
47
RN
RN
0.6%
0.6%
48
48
PPD
PPD
0.6%
0.6%
49
49
Insurance Companies
Insurance Companies
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
CHF
CHF
0.5%
0.5%

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