Perform GI related diagnostic test and procedures on patient which include but not limited to Esophageal Manometry, pH Impedance and Anorectal Manometry.
This procedure includes passing a catheter through a patient's nose and into the esophagus and appropriately recording all measurements.
This involves patient interview followed by studies that require placement of naso-esophageal and anorectal probes.
Appropriately record all measurements, analyze and interpret the results for each procedure and provide this interpretation to physicians in a timely manner.
Work with internal and external resources to troubleshoot equipment malfunctions.
Develop and maintain relationships with product and service representatives from multiple medical equipment vendors.
Work closely with the current lead Motility attending physician to work through issues and optimize patient flow.
Calibrate manometry probes and hardware.
Responsible for equipment inventory and maintenance.
Act as primary triage contact for motility related questions and phone calls.
Identifying patient educational needs and work with other motility team members on the development of educational materials and educational programs.
Assist with prior authorizations and providing comprehensive patient education.
Communicate with physicians, technicians, and other multidisciplinary divisions.
Coordinate complex patient care amongst the team and other divisions.
Educate patient on procedure and interventions
Adheres to communication, service excellence and professional image standards that support the mission, vision and values of Gastro Health
Works cooperatively as a team member
BSN degree and RN License
1-5 years of nursing experience
Experience performing esophageal and anorectal motility procedures and GI experience preferred.
Experience working with patients with chronic illness
Experience in patient care, education, and coordinator of care