St. Luke's Quakertown hospital campus is currently searching for a full time experienced Case Manager. We are offering a $5000 sign on bonus! To find out more about this opportunity and be part of a growing dynamic team, please go to: www.sluhn.org/careers and type in the search field R029926.
The RN Case Manager (RN CM) performs overall utilization management, resource management, care coordination, routine discharge planning, and related duties.
The RN CM works with the physician, social worker and multi-disciplinary care team to facilitate clinical pathways and achievement of desired quality and financial outcomes.
The RN CM carries a caseload appropriate to the unit and/or patient population assigned.
As a member of our network, we offer extensive training and career growth, a competitive salary and full benefit package. As a St. Luke’s employee some of the benefits we offer for full and part time employees:
Medical benefits (including Vision, Dental and Life Insurance)
Paid Vacation and Sick time
Graduate of professional nursing program, Registered Nurse with current license to practice in the State of Pennsylvania or seeking Pennsylvania licensure through reciprocity required, advanced degree preferred. Bachelor of Science in Nursing or other health related field required upon hire or transfer into position. MSN and/or Case Management Certification preferred.
Extensive clinical knowledge (3-5 years or equivalent) of the targeted patient population is required.
Previous case management experience is preferred.
Experience in the use of InterQual criteria preferred.
Ability to establish and maintain collaborative and effective working relationships required.
St. Luke's Hospital - Quakertown Campus is a community hospital providing patients with access to more than 275 physicians across 40 specialties in the Upper Bucks and Montgomery counties and the suburbs of the greater Lehigh Valley. We are dedicated to providing patients and visitors with quality health care delivered with outstanding customer service as part of the St. Luke’s University Health Network.