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  • Works with Patient Care Manager, Patient Care Supervisor, Assistant Patient Care Managers, and clinical and unit staff to maintain systems for exchange of information/communication
  • Organizes the work environment
  • Secures supplies and supports unit operations for the achievement of patient care needs
  • Performs patient care and unit tasks that support the unit standard of patient care and facilitates unit operations
  • Works closely with charge RN for prioritization of unit work flow
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