Registered Nurse

Job Summary

The Registered Nurse promotes and restores patient’s health as she/he provides, delegates, evaluates and coordinates comprehensive professional nursing care through the use of the nursing process for patients of all ages, gender, cultures, and backgrounds. This individual may oversee clinical care of other personnel including Medical Assistants.




Active license as registered nurse in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

Representative Job Duties

  • Works as an integral part of the community health primary care team to manage the medical care of patients from a diverse mix of age, race, socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds.
  • Consistently and effectively utilizes all steps of the nursing process in the provision of timely, safe, and appropriate patient care.
  • Works calmly and efficiently in a fast paced environment.
  • Assess patients both by phone triage and in person in the primary care setting. Using established protocols and collaborating with the primary care provider provides appropriate medical care and delegates for a higher level of care accordingly.
  • Involves patient, significant others and appropriate health care providers in care when appropriate.
  • Consistently uses clear, concise, and effective written/oral communication and complies with departmental policies when sharing relevant patient care data.
  • Provides health education to patients and family appropriate for their age, educational and cultural background.
  • Works closely with the medical assistant and medical secretary staff to ensure patients receive timely and efficiently coordinated care including provision of prescriptions and health related paperwork.
  • Demonstrates technical competence based on patient needs including phlebotomy, IV insertion and IV fluid administration, POC testing, medication administration and vaccine and medication injections.
  • Uses 5 right medication guidelines to minimize errors in medication administration.
  • Provides a safe and clean environment through the use of appropriate risk management practices.
  • Practices in compliance with established practice standards, policies, procedures, protocols, and regulations. Completes all mandatory trainings.
  • Assumes other duties as assigned.

Competitive benefits package. Tuition reimbursement available after 1 year of service. Licensure Exam and Certification Reimbursement up to $300 for fees paid until June 30, 2024.

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