Public Health Nurse II
San Bernardino, 92415
Do you enjoy having weekends and holidays off? Public Health Nurses work Monday through Friday!! The Department of Public Health (DPH) is recruiting for Public Health Nurses II (PHN II) who provide assessments of individuals, families and communities. Duties include case management, coordinating and assisting with access to care; developing treatment plans; providing consultation on medical, dental, and behavioral health assessments; acting as a nurse liaison with public and private agencies; providing assessments and referral for school district students; and conducting disease control measures. There are vacancies in Family Health Services (FHS) and California Children's Services (CCS) sections in DPH. For more details, please review the announcement at www.sbcounty.gov/jobs. Application can be made online – apply ASAP. (909) 387-8304 - EEO/ADA
- Licensure/Certification: Applicants must possess and maintain all of the following items: A valid Registered Nurse (RN) license* issued by the California Board of Registered Nursing (CA BRN), A valid Public Health Nurse (PHN) certificate** issued by the CA BRN, -and- A valid Healthcare Provider Basic Life Support (BLS) certificate. *See job announcemetn for Out of State License information. Experience: Applicants must meet one of the following experience options: Option 1: Three (3) months of full-time equivalent experience as a licensed Public Health Nurse.-OR- Option 2: Three (3) months of full-time equivalent experience in home health or home visiting as a licensed Registered Nurse or licensed Public Health Nurse.
About the Hospital
Family Health Services (FHS) section of DPH specializes in many dynamic public health nursing programs and includes Health Care Program for Children in Foster Care, Rx 4 Kids, Children Screening, Assessment, Referral and Treatment, Black Infant Health, and Maternal Child and Adolescent Health. FHS works in partnership with public and private agencies to provide nursing case management, care coordination and consultation.
The California Children Services (CCS) section of DPH is a statewide program that arranges, directs, and pays for medical care, equipment, and rehabilitation, when these services are authorized for children and young adults under 21 years of age, who have CCS-eligible medical conditions and whose families are unable to pay for all or part of their care. CCS defines eligibility and selects the most qualified professionals to treat the child's CCS eligible condition.