ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTERED NURSE SKILLS CHECKLIST

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ADMINISTRATIVE REGISTERED NURSE SKILLS CHECKLIST

Instructions: This checklist is meant to serve as a general guideline for our client facilities as to the level of your skills within your nursing specialty. Please use the scale below to describe your experience/expertise in each area listed below.

Administrative Duties

No Experience Need Traning Able to perform with Supervision Able to perform Independetly
Data Entry
Medical Records – Entry
Medical Records – Maintenance
Electronic Medical Records – Entry
Electronic Medical Records – Maintenance
Gathers data and runs reports
Patient Files – Set up, report and record
Completion and filing/distribution of reports
Schedules appointments/tests
Takes, distributes and prioritizes messages
Assists physicians with procedures
Assists nursing staff
Prepares patients for appointments and exams
Gathers patient history and VS
Gives injections as directed
Performs phlebotomy skills
Collects lab. Specimens
Administer EKGs
Completes specimen testing, i.e. glucose, strep, mono, flu
Prepares and maintains supplies and equipment
Knows utilization of patient care equipment/instruments
Develops patient, physician and peer relationships
Maintains/protects patient confidentiality
Adheres to facility policies and procedures
Adheres to OSHA, HIPPA, legal and ethical guidelines
Adheres to quality protocol and standards
Attends and participates in required meetings
Schedules appointments, tests and treatments
Responds to emergencies in a calm organized manner
Understands/follows the reporting process acording to the chain of command
Computer Skills

No Experience Need Traning Able to perform with Supervision Able to perform Independently
Medic, Medic Soft
Centricity
Medical Manager
HIS
Word, Word Perfect
Soft
Windows
IDX
Meditech
AGE SPECIFIC COMPETENCIES

No Experience Need Traning Able to perform with Supervision Able to perform Independently
Newborn (birth to 30 days)
Infant (31 days to 1 year)
Toddler (ages 2-3 years)
Preschooler (ages 4-5 years)
Childhood (ages 6-12 years)
Adolescents (ages 13-21 years)
Young Adults (ages 22-39 years)
Adults (ages 40-64 years)
Older Adults (ages 65 -79 years)
Elderly (ages 80+ years)

I hereby certify that ALL information I have provided on this skills checklist, is true and accurate. I understand and acknowledge that any misrepresentation or omission may result in disqualification from employment and/or immediate termination.