001-Dialysis Clinic, Inc.-Nashville, TN- Corporate Office

  • Dialysis REACH Care Coordinator (RN)

    Job Location US-LA-New Iberia (Bayou Teche)
    Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2 weeks ago)
    # of Openings
    2708 E. Main Street
    Customer Service/Support
  • Overview

    Did you know that some of the industry’s most talented and caring registered nurses are at DCI? Our nursing staff has helped DCI achieve the lowest mortality and hospitalization rates among large dialysis providers for the past 13 years in a row. We think our Nurses are pretty awesome; they make a difference in our patients' lives by helping them live longer and achieve a better quality of life.


    Our mission is “the care of the patient is our reason for existence.” What’s yours? 


    Summary: For REACH CKD patients and ESRD patients, the Care Coordinator (CC) provides in-hospital, in-center and/or home coordination of care for chronically ill, high-risk older adults hospitalized for common medical and surgical conditions.  In addition, the CC focuses on helping the patient and family caregivers develop the knowledge, skills, and resources essential to prevent future decline and re-hospitalization. The CC will pay special attention to the patients desiring transplant, and help coordinate the process through education, transplant referrals, coordinating appointments and following up with the patient and the family as needed.  


    • Help patients manage health issues, prevent decline and identify new risk factors
    • Work with DCI Pharmacist on medication reconciliation and management
    • Communicate with primary physician/nephrologist that their patient has been admitted to the hospital or desires transplant
    • Visit assigned patient who is admitted to hospital within 1 business day to review chart
    • Prior to hospital discharge, confirm office visit with primary Nephrologist’s office has been scheduled
    • Visit patient in home or clinic post discharge from hospital, per pathway
    • In order to establish continuity of medical care between hospital and primary care physicians, the CC will accompany patients to first follow-up visit, if patient needs assistance
    • Comprehensive focus on each patient’s needs including the reason for hospitalization as well as other complicating/coexisting events
    • Active engagement of patients, their family members, and informal caregivers including education and support during and after hospital admission
    • Early identification of health care risks and symptoms to achieve long term positive outcomes and avoid adverse events that lead to re-admissions
    • Communication/Transmission of order changes and discharge summary from the hospital to the dialysis clinic
    • Daily monitoring of hospital admissions for patients at assigned clinic(s)
    • Collaborate with local transplant professionals to create best practices for care coordination to improve transplant coordination and outcomes



    • Completion of and certification from an accredited registered nursing program
    • Minimum of 2 years CKD experience, and 2 years transplant coordination experience
    • Must complete DCI’s comprehensive training program
    • Registered Nurse currently licensed in the state where assigned 
    • Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint 
    • Able to learn new platforms to include web-based programs 



    DCI is a federal contractor and an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer-Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities.  If you are having difficulty using the online application system or would like to request other accommodations or application methods, please contact Doug Patterson at Accommodations@dciinc.org or 615-327-3061. Once a request has been made, DCI will initiate a discussion with you about your needs and whether an accommodation can be provided. DCI is committed to providing such accommodations where possible.


    For more information about equal opportunity please see: 




    https://www.dol.gov/ofccp/pdf/pay-transp_formattedESQA508c.pdf; and



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