Nurse Care Manager
We are a community health center providing affordable, bilingual and culturally-sensitive primary care and support services from its three locations in one of urban Pennsylvania’s most medically under-served communities. Services provided include: primary adult and pediatric care; dental care; prenatal and OB/GYN care; behavioral health consultation services; social services; spiritual care; on-site medication dispensaries; nutrition counseling; comprehensive HIV care; diabetes care; and, a range of new community-based health and wellness initiatives. Our holistic approach to care takes into consideration the physical, spiritual, social and psychological factors that impact a person's overall health status.
Mission & Passions
Compelled by the love of God in Christ Jesus, in cooperation with the Church and others, our Health Center is a multi-cultural ministry providing holistic healthcare to the Latino and under-served communities of our urban city.
Job Title - Nurse Care Manager - CRNP / RN
The Nurse Care Manager is an integral member of the Care Management Department.
Responsible for patients recognized as high-risk and/or highly-utilized, who require multidisciplinary care management to improve patient outcomes and reduce emergency room utilization and hospitalizations.
The Nurse Care Manager works together with primary care practitioners, community health workers and registered dietitians to deliver holistic care.
Responsible for development and implement care plan strategies and patient education during in-home and in-office visits.
Work with team members to provide linkages for the various health and social needs of patients.
Job Qualifications Education, Skills, and Experience
CRNP and/or Registered Nurse license required, MSN preferred.
Bilingual in English/Spanish, or willingness to participate in up to 12 weeks of immersion language training, required.
Ability to integrate faith and healthcare; lifestyle and passion consistent with the teachings of the Bible, required.
At least 1-2 years' experience providing clinical services.
Supervisory experience preferred.
Experience in community/outpatient setting and case management, preferred.
Experience in serving underprivileged, urban environments and familiarity with North Philadelphia preferred.
Requires the ability and willingness to travel to multiple office locations and patient homes.