Medical Office RN - Westfield Pain Center in Westfield, IN at Riverview Health

Date Posted: 6/23/2022

Job Snapshot

Job Description


Join an award-winning team at Riverview Health - a Pathway to Excellence Award recipient! 

As a member of the healthcare team at Riverview Health, the Registered Nurse (RN) at our Westfield Pain Center is responsible for the direct care of pain management patients on a daily basis, including hands-on patient care in both clinic and procedures. The position works as part of a clinical team dedicated to helping patients who suffer from chronic pain receive safe and responsible treatment options that help them improve their quality of life through assessment, plan of care creation and implementation and coordination with other care providers within the hospital system.

Medical Office Registered Nurse (RN) Pain Management Clinic

Job Functions

  • Creates, and implements, a written plan of care that addresses the specific needs and goals of each individual patient, making referrals to other professional services as required.  Modifies the plan of care based on reassessment of the patient including observed patient response to treatment/care and evaluation of patient's progress toward goal completion and delegates tasks to team members, as appropriate within their scope of practice.  
  • Observes, documents, addresses, and implements planned interventions/care, communicating the plan to all members of the team through accurate and timely documentation in the electronic medical record and, when needed, through verbal reports.
  • Documents accurate patient information in compliance with policies and regulatory requirements. 
  • Support clinic team to follow the performance expectations for reaching the key performance indicators (KPIs) for a sustainable program: market capture goals, seeing four patients per hour, reaching 30% procedure ratio, and completing time out and chart audits to monitor quality of care. 
  • Provides patient care through the performance of selective procedures that include but are not limited to IV starts and restarts, blood administration and phlebotomy tasks, answering call lights and serving as testing personnel under CLIA1988 regulations as they relate to point of care testing.
  • Administers medications, accurately and timely according to physician orders and organizational policy and procedure. Assist physician and APCs with patient treatments.  Exhibit clinical judgement when making decisions and take immediate action in serious/emergency situations.
  • Maintains knowledge of medication actions and side effects, recognizing allergic reactions and documenting patients’ response to drugs.
  • Successfully transitions patients, communicating the most current plan of care, through walking rounds and providing accurate, timely report to incoming staff.
  • Advises physicians, other disciplines, family/significant others of changes in patient's condition or abnormal findings. Communicates clearly and concisely.
  • Provides clear, specific educational and discharge information to each patient and/or patient family member.
  • May precept new employees and oversee other members of the care team.
  • Other Duties as assigned.


  • An attractive community and a culture that is supportive, positive, and empowering
  • Competitive health, dental, vision, retirement and other voluntary benefits
  • Employee Health and Wellness Programs
  • Employee Discounts with local merchants and much more


Riverview Health is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

APPLY TODAY! We look forward to your application and interest as we empower our employees to provide excellent service, every patient, every time.

Job Requirements

Medical Office Registered Nurse (RN) Job Requirements:


  • Minimum Education: Graduate from an accredited school of nursing by date of hire to the position.
  • Preferred Education: Bachelor of Science in Nursing


  • Preferred Experience: Two years’ experience as a clinical nurse, in a hospital setting with experience in critical care, surgery, or emergency department. One-year previous medical office desired.

Licensure / Certification

  • License: Registered Nurse license, in good standing, in the state of Indiana by date of hire or transfer into the position.
  • Current American Hearth Association Certifications of: 
    • Basic Life Safety (BLS)
    • Adult Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)