At the UF Health Proton Therapy Institute we promote innovative health care , teamwork and a healing community. We are looking for exceptional nurses to provide clinical radiation oncology care in an ambulatory setting. We are recognized as an industry leader delivering world class care to a patient population that comes from all over the world. 98.7% of our patients surveyed say they would recommend our services to others. Our leadership team provides support for oncology specific certifications and we are involved in many clinical trials. We are seeking RN candidates with compassion and willingness to learn and grow with our team in this academic environment.
Individuals will be responsible for the ongoing assessment of assigned patients and, in conjunction with other health care providers, will assist in developing a comprehensive plan of care for patients. RN Case Managers will work closely with physicians on a day to day basis and collaborate with other members of the health care team to insure the patient’s needs are met in a timely fashion. Positions are primarily day time hours, but some evening rotation may be required.
Qualified candidates should have excellent communication and critical thinking skills along with self-initiative and above average organizational skills. Ability to work effectively with a diverse staff and patient population is required. Must possess solid clinical assessment skills and have ability to develop, implement, evaluate, and modify a plan of care. Prior nursing experience in ambulatory health care, oncology, and case management strongly preferred. Associate degree or diploma in nursing required; BSN preferred. Must have current, valid Florida RN license in good standing and be certified in BLS.
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About UF Health Proton Therapy Institute
At the University of Florida Proton Therapy Institute, we are committed to providing the best in cancer treatment to our patients – every day, with every contact. Through our dedication, we're creating more possibilities for the patients we treat today, and for those who seek treatment in the future.