Home Health RN needed at various locations in Washington, DC. Start ASAP. Hours: 8am - 5pm. Locations: Metro DC, Montgomery County & Prince George County Completes initial and periodic comprehensive assessments of clients, caregivers, and home environments for admission to and continued service from the Agency to determine needs, effectiveness of care provided, and achievement of anticipated outcomes.
DURATION: 13 weeks
Assessments may include OASIS items at appropriate time points. Accepts client admissions as assigned by Agency and week-end on-call assignments. Provides comprehensive nursing care through the utilization of the home assessment, nursing diagnoses, and physician-approved care plans.
a. Performs treatment(s) requiring specialized skills ordered by the physician.
b. Observes signs and symptoms and report them to the VP of Clinical Services / Director of Professional Services and/or physician as appropriate.
c. Notes changes in physical or emotional status of clients.
d. Assesses nutritional needs and diet of clients as ordered by physician.
e. Counsels, teaches, and supervises the client and caregivers regarding self-care techniques, nursing care needs, the disease process, and promotion of health and disease prevention strategies.
f. Promotes client and caregiver independence in self-care.
g. Initiates appropriate preventive and rehabilitative nursing procedures.
h. Involves other Agency staff in the care of clients under the direction of a physician when deemed helpful to client rehabilitation. Administers medications and treatments as prescribed by a physician. Maintains comprehensive medication and administrative records.
$1630/Weekly Gross: $800/Week Taxable ($20/hr), $830/Week Tax Free Stipends, Up to $600 for Travel Reimbursement Included. 53.5 cents per mile up to $300 each way. Paid out 2nd pay check and last pay check. Mileage calculated based on permanent address to facility address. $15/hr for Orientation.
Wayman worked with the District of Columbia Hospital Association while pursuing an MBA in Health Services Administration; (AAAS), a science trade association promoting science education and research; in a Neurology/Communications Disorders Research Laboratory within the NIH Clinical Center; and as Personnel Manager at the Washington Center for Aging Services, a long-term care organization in Washington, DC. Here, he supported 400-500 employees during his tenure a and recruited CNAs, Department Heads, RNs/LPNs.
Today he is dedicated to assisting hospitals and healthcare systems to empower front line providers to defeat the COVID-19 pandemic, actively supporting RNs (ER, Cardiovascular, ICU), LPNs, Medical/ Surgical Specialists, Pharmacy Technicians, Pulmonologists, Respiratory Therapists, Physicians, and other healthcare professionals.