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Nurse Care Manager - International

Los Angeles, California
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Overview

At Children's Hospital Los Angeles, we treat everyone with the utmost care, trusted by working class families and celebrities alike.

Our commitment to world-class care begins with you, our nursing professionals. As a Nurse at CHLA, you will be critical to accomplishing our core patient care mission.

Don’t live in California? No problem. We got you covered with relocation reimbursement.

If you're ready to make a difference for thousands of children while elevating pediatric medicine as a whole, join us! By helping these kids, you are helping mold the future. Are you in?

  • Full-Time
  • Level: Varies
  • Travel: Minimal (if any)

Success Profile

What makes a successful Nurse at CHLA? Check out the top traits we’re looking for and see if you have the right mix.

  • Compassionate
  • Good listener
  • Leadership
  • Motivational
  • Problem-solver
  • Relationship expertise

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I feel truly blessed that the Versant Transition RN Fellowship Program exists and continues to grow. This program gave me more than I had ever imagined it would. Since graduating, I have become a Certified Pediatric Nurse, and I look forward to the many opportunities that CHLA provides me.

- Suly

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The teamwork I’ve experienced here is unlike anywhere else. There is so much to love about CHLA, and the longer I am here, the more I appreciate how amazing this place is.

- Carolyn

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If I wanted to work with the best patients, the best doctors and the best nurses, then the only option was Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

- Kim

Rewards

  • Healthcare

    Medical, Dental, Vision, Healthcare FSA and Health and Wellness Programs

  • Relocation Reimbursement

    Moving compensation packages

  • Continuing Education

    Tuition Reimbursement, Professional Development

  • Family Support

    Maternity/Paternity Leave

  • Insurance

    Life and Disability Insurance

  • 401(k)/Retirement Plans

    Employer Matching

Responsibilities

Work That Matters - Our work is 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

No one has more expertise treating children than Children's Hospital Los Angeles. CHLA is the only children's hospital in California to make the prestigious U.S. News & World Report Honor Roll of "Best" children's hospitals, and is nationally ranked in all 10 pediatric specialties.

Join a hospital where the work you do will matter—to you, to your colleagues, and above all, to our patients and families. At times the work may be challenging, but it is always rewarding. We hope you’ll come and find out for yourself.

It’s Work That Matters.

As part of Center for Global Health (CGH), the International Nurse Care Manager would be responsible for: working closely with the (CGH) Medical Directors and International Case Coordinators to triage medical records provided ; work with divisions/clinics to create preliminary treatment plan with detailed CPT codes; work with Division Nurse Care Managers and/or Clinical Care Coordinators with care coordination and complex local and/or return to home country discharge planning within a multidisciplinary framework;  assessing the learning needs of international patients and families and in collaboration with the other members of the healthcare team, developing teaching program to meet the needs; further assist with any care coordination aspects that may be unique to our international patient population leveraging existing resources at CHLA. Additionally this position will serve as a liaison to patients and their families, to Embassies and foreign sponsors.

Minimum Education: Bachelors’ degree in Nursing
Minimum Experience: Three years nursing experience with two years advanced level pediatric clinical experience; one year utilization management and/or discharge planning experience.

License, Registration or Certification required: Current Registered Nurse license in the State of California. Current CPR training

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required: Care Management experience. Thorough knowledge of managed care, utilization management, discharge planning, and continuous quality improvement concepts. Ability to function independently as a clinician, role model, and patient/family advocate in a specialty area. Computer Literacy. Well-developed written and verbal communication skills. Strong interpersonal and negotiation skills. Fluency in both English and another language desired.

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