COVID-19 is real, but ACCESS has a strategy to help fight this pandemic and we want YOU to join our team!
The Registered Clinical Nurse provides professional nursing care through skillful assessment and collection of COVID-19 testing swabs.
Full-time and part-time positions available
Collect clinical specimens from ACCESS patients after a telehealth visit using nasal swabs according to policy and procedure
Catalog and store specimens for daily transport
Answer patient questions about COVID-19 and the collection process
Ashland Testing Site
5147 S Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL 60609
Auburn-Gresham Family Health Center
8234 S Ashland Ave, Chicago, IL 60620
3044 S Cicero Ave, Cicero, IL60804
Melrose Park Testing Site
8323 W North Ave, Melrose Park, IL 60160
Centro Medico San Rafael
3204 W 26th St, Chicago, IL 60623
What You Get
An opportunity to play a pivotal role in our efforts to combat COVID-19 and increase testing efficiency
To join the team at the forefront of building out the 21st century model of health care that is both accessible and affordable to ALL people
Great benefits including medical, dental, vision, 403(b), and life insurance
Registered Nurse with current unrestricted IL license
Associate Degree in Nursing
Intermediate proficiency in Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
A minimum of one-year of experience working in a health center environment
Electronic Health Record experience - EPIC preferred
Bilingual English/Spanish fluency a plus
We don’t discriminate for any reason. We welcome talent who believes in our mission, drives the organization forward and cares about the value they bring to an organization.
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About Access Community Health Network
For more than 25 years, ACCESS has been on the frontlines of community-based health care. ACCESS provides a continuum of care model that connects patients to health care resources both within and beyond the walls of our 35 federally-qualified health centers (FQHCs). ACCESS' services are designed to address the health of our underserved communities in such areas as preventive care, chronic disease management, and support services. To address patients' comprehensive health needs, ACCESS physicians, nurse practitioners, midwives and other providers are teamed with outreach staff, case managers, social workers and substance abuse counselors to advance a continuum of care. This year, ACCESS community health centers, located throughout Cook and DuPage counties, will serve more than 175,000 individuals and families, including more than 30,000 uninsured patients. Last year, ACCESS provided care to 6,329 pregnant women, 26,117 patients with hypertension, 16,923 patients with diabetes and 9,919 asthmatic patients. We also provided primary care, mental health services, and care management for more than 900 men and women with HIV/AIDS, primarily in urban and suburban communities with few other resources for support and services.
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