Registered Nurse (RN) Clinical Coordinator - Children's Hospital of Richmond - Pulmonary/Cardiology - Weekday Days


Children's Hospital of Richmond / Clinical Nursing / Full time

**$10,000 Sign On Bonus for offers accepted by March 31, 2023. Terms and Conditions apply**

Children's Hospital of Richmond at VCU combines award-winning research, education and clinical care with an uncanny understanding of what makes kids tick. Our team is a family. We work together to give every child in our growing community a chance to heal, recover and celebrate their super powers.

The Ambulatory Care Clinical Coordinator facilitates patient flow, coordinates activities and communication for the clinical during his/her assigned shift. The Ambulatory Care Clinical Coordinator serves as a resource and leader for patients, staff, health care providers, administration and other disciplines. The Ambulatory Care Clinical Coordinator ensures that patient care is delivered to all patients in an efficient, caring and courteous manner.

Licensure, Certification, or Registration Requirements for Hire:
Current RN licensure in Virginia or eligible compact state

Licensure, Certification, or Registration Requirements for continued employment:
Current RN licensure in Virginia
AHA BLS HCP Certification or equivalent

Experience REQUIRED:
Minimum of three (3) years of clinical experience
Charge Nurse experience or supervisory experience

Experience PREFERRED
Minimum 5 years' experience
Academic Health Care experience
Experience with similar patient population in an acute care either setting or as applicable to area of practice

Education/training REQUIRED
Diploma or Associates Degree from a professional nursing program recognized and/or approved by the corresponding state's Board of Nursing.

Education/training PREFERRED:
BSN prepared
Certification in specialty area

Independent action(s) required:
Follows documented physician/licensed independent provider orders.
Practices within the boundaries of the regulations governing the practice of nursing in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Practice is guided by the ANA Code of Ethics for Nursing and established national nursing practice standards. All practice is guided by and follows the VCUHS
policies and procedures and established practice guidelines.
Organizes and plans work with input from the patient/family with specific outcomes and demonstrated use of sound clinical judgment and resources.

Supervisory responsibilities (if applicable):
Organizes work and delegates and supervises others (RN's, LPNs, Care Partners, PAR, etc.) in carrying out assignments. - Supervises licensed and unlicensed personnel in clinical area

Additional position requirements:
Ambulatory clinical coordinator works designated shifts, days of the week, and/or holidays based on work area. Individual shift rotation and schedules will be established with your supervisor. Schedules, including requirements of shift rotations and hours of work may be adjusted as necessary to meet clinical care area requirements and/or as needed.

Age Specific groups served:
As appropriate based on unit assignment

Physical Requirements (includes use of assistance devices as appropriate):

Lifting 50-100 lbs.
Other: exposure to potentially hazardous and infectious substances

Prolonged standing
Prolonged sitting
Frequent bending
Walking (distance)
Climbing (steps, ladder, other)
Reaching (overhead, extensive, repetitive)
Repetitive motion

Strong recall
Problem solving
Speak clearly
Write legibly

Logical/Critical thinking

Fast pace environment
Able to handle multiple priorities
Frequent and intense customer interactions
Noisy environment
Able to adapt to frequent change

EEO Employer/Disabled/Protected Veteran/41 CFR 60-1.4.

Practicing here

Want to work in a place where unbridled energy fills the halls, and where you experience unparalleled dedication to helping kids every day? Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU is ranked among the nation’s best with an incredible team that’s dedicated to nurturing the champion in every child. It’s the perfect place to build a career where the sky is the limit.

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Quality of life

Richmond offers an exceptional environment outside of work as well. The Richmond area has been named among the 50 best places to live in the US with a combination of outdoor fun, history, a booming restaurant scene and an affordable cost of living. It’s the perfect combination of artsy, jazzy, outdoorsy and family-oriented.


At Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU, we don’t just take care of patients. We treat our team like family. Our unbeatable benefits go beyond excellent health and retirement plans, supporting you in everything from tuition assistance to boosting your career to child and adult care options to make your personal life more manageable.

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