CHS serves a patient-base of almost 17,000 individuals and accommodates over 90,000 patient visits each year. As a federally qualified health center (FQHC), CHS is committed to caring for each person who enters our doors, regardless of their income or ability to pay for services and whether or not they have insurance. While the majority of those CHS serves live in our primary service area of Hartford’s North End community, CHS is the medical home of residents throughout the Greater Hartford area.
We offer the same close, personal care and medical expertise you would expect from a private practice or hospital. CHS is accredited by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care Organizations. While the Joint Commission sets the standards for the care in hospitals, accreditation is not required for community health centers. CHS undertook this effort as part of our commitment to excellence in our clinical practices, and providing every patient the quality of care they deserve.
Community Health Services, Inc. is seeking a Registered Nurse (RN) for its Adult Medicine department. The RN provides professional nursing care to our adult patient population in accordance with health center established standards and practices. The successful candidate will:
- Possess a current active and valid licensure as a Registered Nurse from the State of Connecticut; at least one year of professional nursing experience is preferred
- Have a solid knowledge of professional nursing theory and practice and the ability to provide high-level patient care up to highest levels of the RN scope of practice
- Excel at working as part of a healthcare team to assess patient needs and provide education as appropriate
- Demonstrate competence in all basic routine nursing activities, including compliance with infection prevention standards, patient education, medication administration and management,
- Have effective communication skills and be able to work with individuals of all ages
- Possess the ability to provide culturally competent care to a diverse patient population in a collaborative environment.
- Have demonstrated success and a high degree of comfort exercising sound clinical judgment during all aspects of patient care, including triage of patients who present for care on a walk-in, urgent care or telephonic basis
- Have a high degree of comfort with computers, including the ability to use electronic health records systems
- Have CPR Certification or the ability to complete certification upon employment
- Be willing to be held accountable and to hold others accountable for providing superior clinical care.
- Have demonstrated success maintaining the highest level of confidentiality as required by company policy, HIPAA and other state, federal and local laws and regulations.
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