Children with Medical Handicaps Public Health Nurse II

Type: Full-Time (40 hours/week) or Part-Time (24 hours/week), Permanent
Rate: $26.67-$27.63 per hour

Deadline to Apply: Until Position Filled

Job Duties:        

Care coordination of the Children with Medical Handicaps (CMH) program; conducting home/ telehealth visits with families; assessing family needs and providing support, information, and referrals as necessary; completing all nursing documentation in the electronic medical records and billing as required by CMH; performing chart reviews and implementing quality improvement measures. Active role in providing infant, children, adult, and international travel vaccinations in CCPH immunization clinics on a routine basis; participating in the immunization program planning and implementation. Conducts management on all reported cases of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and Childhood Lead Poisoning occurring in Clermont County. Participates in outreach activities to educate clients, providers, agencies, and the community about CCPH Community Health Service programs. Actively participates in continuous quality improvement with the agency through individual work plans and/or projects. Participates in activities to ensure and maintain accreditation status. The individual filling this position will also be trained in basic CCPH-related emergency response procedures and considered essential for any public health emergency response and disaster recovery.

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