Home Health - RNs Needed for SOC, ROC and RECERTS
Oxford HealthCare
 Los Angeles, CA

As a per diem employee at Oxford HealthCare you will perform periodic visits to ensure continuous provision of superior care. This position plays a tremendous role in providing leadership to a team of talented clinicians. Experience with pediatrics, g-tube, tracheotomy, and ventilators is a plus. All charting is done electronically.

Immediate hires needed for SOC, ROC and RECERTS in the following locations:

West Covina
Burbank
Altadena

Responsibilities and Duties

  • Accurate completion of time sensitive documentation
  • Home visitations
  • Ensure implementation of appropriate plans of care
  • Establish accuracy of patient records in compliance of state and federal regulations
  • Conveying community resources for client and family education
  • Medi-Cal and Medicare experience
  • Highly active in quality assurance participation
  • Provide developmental feedback and
  • Execute training requirements as planned by Director of Nursing

What's in it for you:

  • Competitive pay, $80,000 annual Salary
  • Direct deposit
  • Paid vacation, sick pay, and holidays
  • Employer contributed Medical (HMO or PPO), Dental, Vision, and additional insurances
  • 401 (k)
  • Free CEU’s to keep your license current
  • Corporate membership at 24 Hour Fitness
  • 24 hour on-call support
  • One-on-one clinical development
  • Free CPR classes offered to employees monthly for quick renewal
  • Free TB Screening offered to employees
  • Career growth opportunity
  • High retention - we have nurses who have been with us over 28 years!
  • Dedicated support team

Qualifications

  • Current RN license in the state of California
  • Two plus (2+) years of paid clinical experience as a RN in home health experience
  • Have valid driver's license and reliable transportation to conduct case visits
  • Spanish or Bilingual speaker is a plus, but not required
  • Prior use of Electronic Medical Records (EMR) preferred
  • Familiarity with OASIS, Title 22, and COPs