Lone Star Circle of Care

  • Clinic Nurse - Mother/Baby Care Coordinator (Georgetown)

    Job Locations US-TX-Georgetown
    Posted Date 1 week ago(5/17/2018 3:59 PM)
    # of Openings
    Nursing (LVN/RN)
  • Overview

    Responsible for professional nursing care and related assistance to patients/families with a focus on obstetrical and newborn patients. The Mother/Baby Care Coordinator is involved in direct and indirect patient care. This position provides direction to Licensed Vocational Nurses (LVNs) and Medical Assistants (MAs) as well as other non-licensed personnel in the provision of patient care. In collaboration with other health team members, follows the philosophy, policies and goals of LSCC.




    • Engage hard to reach patients through outreach and in person consultation. Plays a key role in a collaborative care model to address factors that affect maternal health and well-being: prenatal visits, postpartum visits, postnatal family planning, transition to primary care, and postpartum depression.
    • Collaborates with the Interdisciplinary Team in the planning and coordination of patient care
    • Coordinates and monitors care for the identified patient population through the first year post-delivery for mother and baby.
    • Facilitates newborn establishment and continuity of care with LSCC Pediatrics.
    • Create and lead health education initiatives for patients and families, focused on mothers and babies.
    • Facilitate transition of insurance coverage for new mothers after delivery
    • Develops and monitors mother/baby dyad registry, conducts outreach and facilitates scheduling.
    • Monitors process indicators for an identified patient population.
    • Identifies and facilitates access appropriate levels/types of care for an identified patient population




    • Performs patient assessments/reassessments including triage consistent with evidence-based practice for the RN scope of practice
    • Performs clinical and non-clinical skills proficiently in accordance with policies and procedures
    • Coordinates and participates in providing direct and indirect patient care



    • Works collaboratively with the clinic team to facilitate efficient workflow
    • Organizes work and utilizes time efficiently to meet programmatic and operational goals




    • Prepare status reports as directed to update the status and implementation plans of programs, services, and quality initiatives
    • Participate in activities associated with performance improvement, quality initiatives, Meaningful Use, Joint Commission (TJC) and Patient Centered Medical Home.
    • Participate in monthly, quarterly, annual and ad hoc meetings as assigned
    • Performs to process and outcome metrics identified for key programs and initiatives




    • Staff Members and Directors shall deal with patients, providers, colleagues, and other internal and external LSCC contacts honestly, professionally and with empathy, following the principles of AIDET (Skill at a Glance) and the Language of Caring Overview (Staff). Staff Members and Directors shall demonstrate honesty and integrity in all LSCC business activities and work scheduling
    • Following the principles of AIDET and Language of Caring, Staff Members and Directors are expected to treat one another with respect and courtesy, understanding that each Staff Member and Director has special talents and capabilities necessary to fulfill LSCC’s Mission, Vision, and Values.
      • Principles of AIDET (Acknowledge, Introduction, Duration, Explanation and Thank You) at all times with patients, colleagues, visitors and leadership
    • The Language of Caring skills apply to all of us, whether we serve patients and families directly, or we serve the people who do—our internal customers.
    • Also, the Language of Caring skills are versatile life skills that enhance communication and strengthen relationships beyond the workplace with friends and family. Employees immediately use these skills outside of work and appreciate their power to help them personally.
    • Perform other related duties as necessary or required which may be assigned or delegated, and which may include provision of direct patient care based upon credentials.



    • Graduate of accredited nursing school required
    • Valid Texas RN license; BLS certification from American Heart Association
    • Minimum of one (1) - two (2) years of nursing experience in obstetrics, gynecology, labor and delivery and/or pediatrics



    • Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree in Nursing Science preferred
    • Previous experience in outpatient/clinic nursing preferred
    • Previous experience with electronic medical records preferred
    • Previous care coordination experience preferred
    • Previous project/program management experience preferred
    • Bilingual English/Spanish preferred


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