About OI Infusion Services
OI Infusion Services partners with physicians to provide comprehensive infusion therapy services in their offices, ensuring the best standard of care at the point of service to patients. OI Infusion Services of Portsmouth, NH is looking to hire a part-time Infusion Nurse Practitioner (APRN) to work 2-3 days per week in at our location in Concord, NH.
We are looking for nurse practitioners with an entrepreneurial spirit to provide infusion services in our ambulatory infusion centers. We are looking for a nurse practitioner who works independently with medical assistance to provide patient care for our infusion patients.
Are you a friendly, experienced NP with infusion experience? Do you have a passion for providing exceptional, compassionate care to patients? Are you looking to take ownership of your own working environment? If this sounds like the opportunity that you've been looking for, please consider applying for this position now!
- Greet patients upon arrival to the clinic and walk them to their assigned chair.
- Check patient in on We-Infuse inserting the proper time of arrival if MA is unavailable.
- Review allergies, home medications, handwritten order including name, DOB, medications and doses ordered.
- Review initial vital signs taken by the MA.
- Input any allergy or medication changes reported.
The APRN will complete all applicable assessments in We-Infuse, administer any pre-medications, and obtain IV access within policy. He/She will prepare and mix medication per policy. APRN will start administration based off medication specific policy/drug preparation guide and titrate and obtain vital signs. The APRN can delegate vital signs when needed to the Medical Assistant but has to review these immediately and assess for any signs or symptoms of medication reaction. The APRN will discontinue IV per policy and review medication specific discharge instructions with patient.
The APRN will ensure that each chair space, including chairs, vital sign machines, tables, and IV pumps, and any other materials used by patient are clean between each patient treatment.
The APRN will assist the MA with faxing and calling and obtaining any clinical documentation needed for patient treatments, such as labs, orders, office visit notes, imagine results, and any other documentation pertinent to the patients care. These items will be reviewed by the Nurse Practitioner once received and the APRN or MA will upload all documents into the patient's chart with exception of patient orders which he/she will send to the clinics appointed intake team member.
The Nurse Practitioner will assist the MA with calling and schedule any patients who are in the Ready to Schedule Flow Tab in We Infuse. He/she will assist with requesting documents from ordering providers for patients who have orders set to expire, advise on dose or frequency changes suggested by provider, need updated OV notes, labs, and/or imaging related to diagnosis. The APRN and MA will review that all requested documents are complete and present upon return from the provider office before sending to appointment intake team member or loading into patient charts.
The Nurse Practitioner will along with the MA check in all necessary items into the clinical inventory upon their arrival and review the clinic inventory daily and fax the completed inventory report Inventory Management.
Active Advanced Practice Registered Nurse License
Masters Degree in Advanced Practice Nursing
Active Basic Life Support (BLS) License
Experience with any of the following; Infusions/ED/CCU
Vascular Access experience
Knowledge of labs, potential reactions and management of reactions, and administration of each medication given within the clinic
Training & Experience Requirements
A Master's degree and certification by one of the Nurse Practitioner certifying bodies is required.
Requires the ability to stand and sit for hours at a time. Some bending and stooping is required.
Must be able to use manual dexterity in relation to clinical requirements
Must be able to lift 50lbs.