Founded in 1913, Cornerstone Visiting Nurse Association is an independent nonprofit home, health and hospice organization serving New Hampshire and Maine.
Cornerstone VNA places great value on transforming the home health care experience and is proud to provide care for all ages, from birth though end of life. We are committed to the philosophy that the needs of each patient are best served by the thoughtful integration of specialized programs and services delivered by a multidisciplinary team of professionals. With our deep commitment to providing high quality care, Cornerstone VNA continues to be recognized for excellence, and many of our clinicians have been recognized with professional awards for their outstanding achievements.
Our work would not be possible without our dedicated clinicians, support staff, volunteers, leadership team, Board of Directors, community members and donors who give in countless ways to make this organization what it is today.
Establishes and/or follows appropriate plan of care based on clinical best practices. Able to organize day with attention to setting up visits to minimize travel time. Performs a comprehensive medical history assessment and develops a patient centered treatment plan. Initiates, modifies and evaluates a plan of care is in collaboration with the client, representative, physician, multidisciplinary team and other health care practitioners, to reflect diagnosis and treatment orders. Implements therapy interventions that will include grading muscle strength, evaluating range of motion, sensation, cognitive levels and home safety. Performs and utilizes diagnostic and assessment methods to restore function, improve mobility, relieve pain, improve personal safety and prevent and/or limit permanent physical disabilities. Ensures document relevant data and interventions are in appropriate areas of chart (e.g. standardized tests, treatments, and education, etc.). Documentation shows functional progress and/or specific interventions to prevent deterioration visit to visit. Performs therapy re-assessments per regulations. Supervises assistants in accordance with state licensing laws and agency policy. Documentation will be done as part of the visit. Demonstrates basic knowledge of case management/care coordination concepts to implement into clinical practice. Contains costs and promotes efficiencies by appropriately utilizing resources. Places appropriate interagency referrals for specialties and other disciplines. Identifies appropriate ethical dilemmas on caseload/schedule. Completes OASIS with accuracy. Engages in performance self-appraisal on a regular basis, identifying areas of strength as well as areas for professional development. Follows agency clinical policies and procedures. Completes/attends assigned in-services, State requirements and other trainings/competencies for position.
Accuracy and attention to detail
Good written and verbal communication skills
Minimal supervision and is self-directed.
Paid Medical/Dental/Life Insurance/Short Term Disability
403(b) Retirement Plan
Generous earned time benefits
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