DaVita Office Nurse (Bilingual - Spanish a Plus!) (Santayana)Tampa, FL in TAMPA, Florida

Office Nurse (Bilingual - Spanish a Plus!) (Santayana)Tampa, FL


HealthCare Partners, one of the country's largest operator of medical groups and physician networks, will continue to provide integrated care management as an operating division of DaVita HealthCare Partners, focusing on delivering outstanding healthcare across a broad range of services. HealthCare Partners works with its patients to help them live life to the fullest and strives to lead the transformation of the national healthcare delivery system to ensure quality, accessible and affordable care for all.

Since 1992, HealthCare Partners has been committed to developing innovative models of healthcare delivery that improve patients' quality of life while containing healthcare costs. HealthCare Partners manages and operates medical groups and affiliated physician networks in Arizona, California, Nevada, Florida, New Mexico, and Colorado. As of March 2015, HealthCare Partners had approximately 830,000 capitated under its care.

We are committed to bringing the benefits of coordinated care to our patients and to taking a leading role in the transformation of the national healthcare delivery system to assure quality, access, and affordable care for all.

If you're looking to make a difference with a large, financially stable, well-recognized medical group, DaVita HealthCare Partners may be the employer for you.


Responsible to the Center Administrator and assists, under the direction of the physician, in the provision of direct patient care in accordance with JSA Medical Group practice site policies and procedures and established standards of nursing practice.

Essential Functions:

  • Responsible for timely, efficient, and accurate triage response and documentation according to Nursing Standards & JSA protocol.

  • Under direction and supervision of a physician, administer prescribed medications and immunizations.Under direction and supervision of a physician, administer monitors and manages intravenous infusions.

  • Provide clinical treatment and other patient services within the ambulatory care setting.

  • Maintain accurate, legible clinical documentation within the medical records assuring compliance within all guidelines.

  • Maintain all documentation required by JSA (i.e., triage logs, OSHA required logs, telephone messages, etc.).

  • Participate in health promotion activities.

  • Assist the PCP in the monitoring and planning of care for members of the Complex Care Program, High Risk Program and/or Disease Management Programs.

  • Maintain an active nursing appointment schedule for assisting the PCP in the monitoring of members’ healthcare needs which may include but are not limited to B/P checks, wound care needs, nebulizer treatments, and health care education.

  • Monitor inpatient, outpatient, and SNF patients and initiate patient care arrangements.

  • Report findings to PCP, Medical Director and Administrator.

  • Reinforce patient education regarding preventive care, dietary restrictions, medications and other therapeutic regimes. Coordinate home health and DME requests and provide recommendations to PCP.

  • Provide oversight in patient care evaluation, coordinate the collaboration of the Primary Care Provider and Consultants, and make suggestions to improve plans to meet patient needs.

  • Assist with the monitoring of utilization management and make recommendations regarding effectiveness of health care resources, trending and intervention.

  • Assist in the assessment of clinic operations and make recommendations as necessary.

  • Assure compliance with CMS and AHCA guidelines and covered service guidelines.

  • Assist with the contestation of Part A and Part B /claims as needed.

  • Consistently apply guidelines to the medical record review process.

  • Evaluate and recommend health delivery network changes with the PCP, Medical Director and Center Administrator.

  • Participate in QI projects.

  • Attend Case Management Meetings.

  • Participate in patient satisfaction program as required and follow up on all inpatient/outpatient discharges.

  • Act as the clinical resource for the non-licensed office personnel.

  • Act as the clinical leader in regards to the triage process within the front desk area, group visits, and other programs as requested.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.



  • High school graduate, GED or equivalent

  • Must possess a current and valid LPN or RN Florida state license

  • CPR certification or ability to obtain it within 60 days of employment

  • LPN’s:IV Certification preferred


  • Some healthcare industry experience within managed care and/or medical group operations environment.

  • Five years of acute care clinical experience preferred.

  • Strong working knowledge of Triage nursing principles, theories and practices.

  • Telephone triage experience a plus, with strong patient assessment skills.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

  • Ability to provide on-site clinical treatment within scope of practice

  • Ability to take vital signs, perform approved clinical tasks including but not limited to:Evaluating patient needs, performing triagerelated to presenting clinical needs, administering prescribed medications, assisting physician with examinations and treatments, preparing and applying dressings and performing wound care; instructing patient in health measures and self-care, changing Foley catheters, and flushing ports

  • Ability to perform accurate telephonic triages, accurately record findings with follow-up

  • Knowledge and ability to document using accepted medical documentation standards

  • Knowledge of medical equipment and maintenance

  • Ability to communicate effectively with patients and all levels of personnel/customers in a professional, courteous and effective manner using excellent customer service skills

  • Ability to be a clinical resource for non-licensed office staff

  • Computer literate with legible handwriting

  • Ability to prioritize and multi- task in a high paced environment with good organizational skills

  • Display initiative, accountability and resourcefulness

  • Ability to set and achieve goals

  • Knowledge of HIPAA regulations

  • Ability to read, speak, write, and understand the English language fluently

  • Ability to travel may be required

Primary Location FL-TAMPA - 33614

Req ID: 307530