Eligible for a Sign-on Bonus of up to $10,000!!
New England Cancer Specialists (NECS) is currently seeking
Full-Time 40 hr./5-day RN Care Managers known internally as Nurse
Navigators to work directly with physician-led teams within our
Scarborough Clinic. Experience in oncology/hematology preferred.
RNs with ED experience, Acute Care management, or a powerful desire
to work in oncology/hematology are encouraged to apply. Willing to
train dedicated RNs with a willingness and passion to learn. This
position is eligible for up to a $10,000 sign-on bonus paid
after 90 days of employment.
RN Care Managers use oncology/hematology clinical knowledge to
offer individualized care to patients, families, and caregivers to
help navigate along the health care continuum. They provide nursing
assessments and the triage of patient care needs over the phone and
in the office. Offering advice and counsel to patients as well as
advising physicians of patient needs and recommended interventions.
They work collaboratively with physicians, APP’s, RN peers, Patient
Care Coordinators, and other clinical and non-clinical personnel
within and outside the practice.
NECS is a private medical practice composed of 15 oncologists
and hematologists serving the region from 5 different locations in
Maine and New Hampshire. Our mission is to make life better for
people with cancer and blood disorders. Kindness, compassion, and
respect are part of everything that we do - from our phone operators
to our physicians, every person on our team is important, and
everyone makes a difference. We are proud to be an adult oncology
member of the Dana-Farber Cancer Care Collaborative, striving to
provide the highest quality care and unmatched, holistic support for
every patient, every day.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Point of contact for referring physicians, patients, and
caregivers to assist with patient scheduling and coordination of care.
Assist physicians; conduct patient assessments.
Receive patient telephone calls and intervene appropriately
for that patient’s specific needs promptly. Alert physician as
needed to patient needs that require physician intervention.
Follow up with patients as needed by telephone, to ensure
compliance with treatment guidelines and to evaluate changing or
uncertain clinical situations.
Draw blood from ports, central lines, and peripheral IV
access. Perform other procedures as needed.
Ensures follow-up appointments and tests/procedures are
scheduled for patients.
Maintain patient care standards and assures that patient care
functions, such as assessment, treatment, and documentation are
completed safely and effectively.
Maintain open and effective communication with all physicians,
employees, and vendors.
Participate in interdisciplinary team conferences, in-services
and continuing education programs, national and regional
professional organizations, and community-sponsored programs
specific to Oncology and Hematology.
Incorporates evidence-based research into clinical practice
and provide recommendations on practice clinical policies and
processes to practice Directors
Coordinate patient care responsibilities within the scope of
the practice for licensed and unlicensed health care providers.
Demonstrates respect for the life, dignity, and rights of all persons.
Weekends: Occasional; this position will participate with other
nurses in the weekend urgent care coverage rotation. 4-5 times per year.
**Current and former NECS employees are not eligible for a