Home Infusion Registered Nurse

Job Title
Home Infusion Registered Nurse
Job ID
Part Time
Klamath Falls,  OR 97601
Other Location
As we grow our service area in the Pacific Northwest, we are seeking a Part-time Home Infusion Registered Nurse join our team of experts in Southwest, Oregon.

About Emerging Health

Emerging Health is a pharmacy and infusion center committed to providing patients exceptional experiences and healthcare solutions. We offer private infusion suites at our office in SW Portland, Oregon. Our second office in Eugene will open early 2024 and is allowing us to expand our reach of care to more communities along the coast, in the Willamette Valley and in Southern Oregon. Our home infusion services provide patients the option of receiving care from the comfort of their home.

Our pharmacy

Our state-of-the-art specialty pharmacies provide infusion medications that are often used to treat complex or rare conditions. We remove barriers to care and provide patients with the education, clinical care, and supportive services they need to be successful on their treatment journey.

What it’s like to work with our team

At Emerging Health, we value industry expertise and forward-thinking mindsets. We believe all patients and caregivers should be treated with compassion. Our team of pharmacists, nurses and support staff strive to inspire hope and improve quality of life for our patients.

Join us!

Do you want a dynamic career opportunity where you can make a difference? Explore the potential of your pharmacy experience in an elevated role.

We are recruiting a Home Infusion Nurse to join our team of health care professionals. As a Home Infusion Nurse, you will be responsible for providing nursing services to assigned patients in accordance with the patient’s plan of care.

Job type: Part-time

Salary Range: $43,400-$54,300 annually, depending on experience

Position responsibilities:
  1. Responsible for the clinical record for each patient receiving infusion therapy.
  2. Assures that progress reports are made to the physician for patients receiving nursing services, when the patient’s condition changes, or there are deviations from the plan of care, including but not limited to: identifying and documenting unusual occurrences.
  3. Adheres to the pharmacy’s policies and procedures, including patient care policies.
  4. Performs initial individualized patient evaluations/assessments and develop a written plan of care including assessment of physical, psychosocial, economic and environmental status.
  5. Regularly re-assess the patient’s condition and nursing needs and updates the plan of care/ documentation.
  6. Perform procedures and treatments according to accepted department standards as demonstrated by annual skills competency and supervisory visits.
  7. Furnishes those services requiring substantial and specialized nursing skill.
  8. Initiates appropriate preventive nursing procedures.
  9. Prepares clinical and progress notes, coordinates services, informs the physician and other personnel of changes in the patient’s condition and needs.
  10. Counsels the patient and family in meeting nursing related needs.
  11. Demonstrates competency in providing patient care and provides care in accordance with professional standards and state’s Nurse Practice Act.
  12. Initiates case conferences and communicates patient plan of care with team members.
  13. Evaluates and re-evaluates the need for services.
  14. Provides appropriate education and teaching materials to patients and/or caregivers regarding Plan of Care, medication education and potential complications of IV therapy.
  15. Participate in the Performance Improvement program as requested by the Performance Improvement Coordinator.
  16. Participate in committees when requested.
  17. Attends continuing education programs and staff meetings as appropriate to job responsibilities, and for professional growth.
  18. Communicate needs for additional knowledge and education to Nursing Supervisor.
  19. Represents pharmacy in a positive and professional manner.
  20. Work assigned hours including rotating through holiday and after-hours coverage.
  21. Carry out shift expectations and responsibilities according to nursing responsibilities policy.
  22. Perform other duties as assigned by supervisor.

Required skills:
  1. Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and current unencumbered nursing license for the state of Oregon.
  2. Minimum of one year of Infusion nursing experience.
  3. Current CPR card, health certificate, valid driver’s license, reliable transportation, and automobile insurance.
  4. Effective interpersonal, time management and organizational skills.
  5. Strong communication skills in speaking and writing.
  6. Organizational skills sufficient to maintain consistently accurate records.
  7. Ability to recognize and direct information to the appropriate health care provider.
  8. Computer skills that include word processing, and efficient use of the internet and email.

Our ideal candidate has:
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to effectively collaborate in a team setting.
  • Proficiency in standard workplace software and/or information management applications.
  • Prior experience working in an infusion pharmacy or healthcare setting.
  • Ability to navigate computer applications.
  • Ability to work in a fast-paced environment.

Emerging Health seeks to allow equal employment opportunities for all qualified persons without regard to race, religion, color, age, sex, sexual identification or orientation, national origin, marital status, disability, veteran status or any other status protected by law.

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