Looking for a Registered Nurse for the Ryan White Program
Wouldn’t you like to work at a Best Place to Work and take your career to a new level?
We have an unheard of opportunity for an RN for the Ryan White Program at Northern Nevada HOPES.
Get in on this opening because it won’t last long. Professionals who want to expand their careers come to Northern Nevada HOPES to work!
Northern Nevada HOPES is a community health and wellness center serving the Northern Nevada area. We are a non-profit community health center located in a historic and quaint area of downtown Reno, Nevada. Our expert care teams provide integrated medical and wellness services to individuals and families in our community. We welcome everyone, and meet them wherever they are, providing a safe and accepting place to access comprehensive, patient-centered healthcare services.
Comprehensive, integrated care is the cornerstone of the patient-centered medical home; Northern Nevada HOPES has a robust offering of services and collaborates with other service providers in the community to ensure our patients have a comprehensive, well-rounded program to meet their individual health and wellness needs. The medical home model holds promise as a way to improve health care in America by transforming how primary care is organized and delivered. At HOPES we understand there are many determinants of health and that a range of personal, social, economic, and environmental factors influence health.
Important things to know about us:
- We are a certified Patient-Centered Medical Home, recognized by the National Commission on Quality Assurance
- We are a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC). The mission of all FQHCs is to provide excellent health care services to otherwise under-served populations. We accept most insurance plans, Medicaid, Medicare, and the uninsured. For the uninsured, we offer discounted services based on a sliding fee scale.
- We are a National Health Service Corp site, and our providers are eligible to apply toward a federal loan forgiveness program
We have an impressive team of clinicians and providers and our current clinical and supportive services include:
- Primary medical care for adults, adolescents and children
- Behavioral health counseling
- Psychiatric care
- HIV specialty care
- Medication Assisted Treatment specialty care
- Hepatitis C specialty care
- Transgender specialty care for adults
- Nutrition services
- Comprehensive social support services
- Harm reduction outreach and prevention
- Laboratory, x-ray and pharmacy services on site.
Named one of the Best Places to Work in Northern Nevada in 2015, 2018, and 2019 we offer the same attention to ensuring our employees have work/life balance and the opportunity to grow and develop their careers. We offer a second-to-none benefits package, very competitive compensation, generous paid time off, and a chance to partner with amazing care providers to changes lives.
At HOPES, all employees serve as ambassadors to our patients. We exercise self-leadership, self-management, self-awareness and empathy. The people at HOPES are one of the many things contributing to HOPES being named one of Northern Nevada's Best Places to Work three times in the last four years.
Fit is as important as function at HOPES. We enjoy a VERY special collaborative culture that thrives on open communication and valuing everyone's contribution to the team. We are as diverse as the populations we serve! However, we all agree on our dedication to optimizing wellness for the people we serve and understand we ALL are responsible for the mission of Northern Nevada HOPES.
Northern Nevada HOPES is approved for the National Health Service NurseCorps Loan Repayment Program! This position may be eligible for this Loan Repayment program.
This position won’t work overnights and there is no weekend scheduling. We are open 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. so you’d be home in time for dinner. Need I say more? How many nursing positions give you that time of work/life balance?
Our Ryan White Part B Nurse will assist the Infectious Diseases treatment team by triaging walk-in patients and phone calls, providing health education and linkage to internal and external resources, evaluating and managing the care and education of patients and overseeing the day-to-day activities of patient care. This would include assessing patients, administering injections, developing comprehensive, indiviaulized care plans for the RWPB eligible patients, read and document test results and assist with medication management. This role also serves in a case management capacity including assessment of client needs, coordinating delivery of services, evaluation of care plan, and coordination with other staff (i.e. social services, physicians, Physician Assistant, and pharmacist) and the medical community at large. You’ll assist the treatment team where needed and update and maintain health maintenance forms. You’ll have the opportunity to assist wherever needed in our fast-paced clinic and by doing so, expand your experience.
If this seems like a place to partner with other passionate professionals, please send us your resume and cover letter. We have one spot for the right nurse. Whereas we are a diverse group of people representing nearly every walk of life, we all agree on one thing. . .we are passionate about bringing wellness to individuals and families in Northern Nevada.