LPN Employee Health Coordinator
Duties and Responsibilities
- Conduct physical assessments on all new employees- Approximately 300 (new physicians, new hires, interns and scribes) per year
- Conduct TB skin testing on new employees
- Conduct any necessary post exposure TB testing
- Administer appropriate vaccines according to CDC guidelines for health care workers at appropriate intervals.
- Hepatitis B vaccine
- Measles, Mumps, Rubella vaccine
- Influenza Vaccine
- Varicella Vaccine
- Monitor Influenza cases yearly, along with other Infection Control issues pertaining to Harbin Clinic employees
- Perform immune titers as appropriate and recommended per CDC guidelines
- Administration and documentation of annual Influenza vaccine campaign for employees- Approximately 1500 (employees, new hires, volunteers) per year
- Update and maintain employee medical records
- Participate in HC Employee Wellness exams for >1,000 employees during the months of May and August, and assist with biweekly new hire wellness exams.
- Perform drug screening based on clinic policy for new hire employees and assist the HR director and Risk Manager director with cause/suspicious drug screening
- Monthly random nicotine screenings
- Investigate all needle sticks and blood borne pathogen exposures to final resolution
- Provide Employee Health records for current and former employees
- Assist with MA Competency check-offs
- Become and maintain BLS instructor certification for back-up
- All Employee Health files need: Kwiktag account and place each employee’s information in the employee’s folder.
- Assist in Covid immunization clinics for employees and families
- 18. Back up and cross cover for the CEIC.
- Graduate from an accredited school of registered professional nursing
- Previous experience in the medical field is required.
- Previous experience in education preferred.
- BLS and ACLS certification required; BLS, ACLS and PALS instructor preferred.
- Current registration to practice as a licensed practical nurse or registered nurse in the state of Georgia.
- Ability to communicate in a clear, concise, and pleasant manner in both verbal and written form.
- Ability to multi-task, and to use and manage time efficiently.
- Ability to work both independently and with co-workers.
- Ability to build relationships clinic-wide.
- Ability to stay up to date on any changes to healthcare rules and regulations, as well as determine the educational value of training materials and programs.