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Central Minnesota Children’s Advocacy Center: SANE-P RN
Location: Sartell, MN
72 – 80 hours/pp
The SANE-P Registered Nurse renders care to patients in the clinic setting working as a valuable member of the health care team making independent and dependent decisions under the direction of a provider. The SANE-P RN is a competent nurse who has mastered technical skills and uses evidence-based interventions in providing age-appropriate care to patients and families. The SANE-P RN continues to collaborate with other health care team members when the need for assistance is identified. Supports and implements patient safety and other safety practices as appropriate. Maintains professional competencies for practice. Performs pediatric sexual assault exams within the scope of practice as a certified pediatric sexual assault nurse examiner (SANE-P). Assists with development and maintenance of policies, protocols, procedures, guidelines, and workflows in accordance with National Children’s Alliance (NCA) accreditation standards and in conjunction with other CMCAC programs and CentraCare departments to support medical decision making.
The SANE-P RN functions as a liaison between providers, patients, community, and multidisciplinary team. The individual must be flexible and have strong interpersonal skills. Responsible for assisting with daily clinic operations in the Child Advocacy Center. Serves as a CAC RN and may provide back-up for CAC staff. The nurse must be a patient advocate, maintaining the patient’s confidentiality and patient rights. The nurse resolves patient concerns or complaints while maintaining a positive, personalized and friendly attitude. The nurse addresses patient needs in a timely and appropriate manner.
- Graduate of an accredited school of nursing and current RN in MN required
- Current American Heart Association (AHA) Healthcare Provider card required
- SANE nurse experience preferred
- Maintain clinical expertise as a SANE-P through timely recertification for International Association of Forensic Nurses which includes 45 hours of continuing education related to child abuse every 3 years required
- Fulfill needed requirements of the NCA (National Children’s Alliance) accreditation standards for a medical provider performing child sexual abuse exams, which includes 17 hours of didactic training in the medical evaluation of child abuse and 8 hours of continuing education in the field of child abuse every 2 years required
- Department of Human Services (DHS) background study clearance prior to start date and thereafter every 5 years required
- Pediatric Nursing experience preferred
- Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (NCI) initial and on-going training (or equivalent) provided upon hire
CentraCare Health and Carris Health have made a commitment to diversity in its workforce. All individuals including, but not limited to, individuals with disabilities, are encouraged to apply. CentraCare Health and Carris Health are EEO/AA employers.
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