LPN -Care Coordinator

York, PA | Physician Practices | Tracking Code: 100515

Schedule & Location

PRN: Days

Restorative Pain:  1600 6th Avenue #108 York PA 17403

Are you looking for a once in a lifetime opportunity to transform healthcare?  Join our multidisciplinary pain team in York, PA which consists of:

Behavioral Health

Pain Physician

Care Coordinator



Physical Reconditioning


 Be part of the first Transdisciplinary Pain Program within an integrated health system in the nation!

Provide healthcare to complex care patients with chronic pain in a healing environment aimed at restoring physical and emotional functioning and improving overall quality of life.

Benefits Information


General Summary

Under general supervision, coordinates all aspects of treatment, evaluation, support services and education for patients.  Coordinates clinical documentation from referring and treating physicians for each patient.

Duties and Responsibilities

  1. Provides initial contact with patients.
  2. Serves as a consistent contact for patient/family throughout the process of diagnosis and treatment.
  3. Provides individualized information, support and education.
  4. Coordinates appointments for consultations and physician visits.
  5. Notifies primary care and specialty care providers with any changes in treatment protocol.
  6. Reinforces pre- and post-procedure instructions and provides further education as appropriate.
  7. Maintains two-way communication with providers’ offices in order to improve the process of coordinating care for patients.
  8. Reports outcome of nursing/patient care/coordination activities to Service Line leadership.
  9. Serves as a resource to support groups and other activities.
  10. Protects patient confidentiality by promoting professional staff communications.

Required Education & Experience

  Minimum Education       Post High School Vocational/Specialized Training


  Minimum Experience     2- 4 years nursing experience


  Req Cert/Registration    Current LPN license in PA; BLS certification


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