An exciting opportunity is now available for Nurse Navigator of Oncology! One of Southern Oregon’s best hospitals is looking for an Oncology Nurse Navigator to join their team and thrive in their new Cancer Center.
This Joint Commission Accredited Hospital has been recognized by the Commission on Cancer, Intersocietal Accreditation Commission, American College of Surgeons, OMA, The American Heart Association and more. This hospital, which is a Green Energy friendly facility, prides themselves on their sustainable footprint and their commitment to their patient’s quality of health and safety. This hospital has invested in “green” building features to make their patients, community, and facility feel healthier and more economically serving. Around 2015, this Hospital decided that Medical Oncology and Radiation Oncology should be placed under the same roof. Therefore, making their patients’ experience a little bit more convenient and catered towards their specific needs. Following the opening of their new Cancer Center, this Hospital received its fifth straight Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval for quality and patient safety. This hospital is known for its extraordinary nurses, who put their patient’s safety and wellbeing before anything else. This hospital recognizes a specific nurse every year for their extraordinary commitment and expert care for their patients. Any Oncology Nurse or Nurse Navigator would be lucky to work at a facility like this hospital. Pathing the way to success and making sure all of their nurses and educators are recognized for their commitment to quality care.
The Nurse Navigator of Oncology will offer individualized assistance to patients, families, and caregivers, ensuring timely access and seamless coordination of services throughout the continuum of care. This Nurse Navigator will provide leadership and management of the navigator program, helping to maintain the excellent outcomes of patient satisfaction and caregiver knowledge. The experienced Oncology Nurse Navigator should be a self-motivated individual who will collaborate with interdepartmental physicians, staff, and publics. The Nurse Navigator of Oncology will need to be able to adjust to variable audiences and levels of education in order to effectively provide nursing care, symptom management, and guidance to the cancer patient and their families from early diagnosis to survivorship. The perfect Oncology Nurse Navigator would be an individual who has experience in adult oncology, care coordination/Nurse Navigation, and Accreditation and/or Program Development.
This Hospital is located on the beautiful Southern Oregon Coast. Situated near a beautiful protected bay, lush emerald forests, and the extraordinary Pacific Ocean. Known for being one of the largest cities on the Oregon Coast, this city is historically known for its Olympic contributions, wineries, sailing, education, and abundance of outdoor activities. If you’re a Nurse Navigator that loves the outdoors, loves living on the coast, and has a passion for oncology, then this is the perfect city, hospital, and position for you.
Apply today if you want to be a part of a tight knit team that dedicates their careers to Oncology. Nurse Navigators play an essential role, and this hospital would love to consider you.