AHMC Healthcare

Nurse Navigator

Posted Date 5 months ago(6/20/2023 12:32 PM)
Requisition ID
Anaheim Regional Medical Center
# of Openings
Position Type
Regular Full-Time


Under the direction of the Director of the Cardiovascular Services the Nurse Navigator coordinates the Stroke and Chest Pain Services thereby supporting two disease management programs, Cardiac and Neurologic.  The navigator assists patients with coordination of care through the hospitalization with continued contact, education and support post discharge. The Navigator provides education and emotional support to patients and families, identification and development of programs and services to enhance patient care and support for program outreach to referring physicians and the community. The Nurse Navigator uses evidence-based best practices and is responsible for gathering and reporting of data.


Primary responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  •  Provides leadership, clinical guidance and professional expertise to staff.
  • Monitor the effectiveness of therapeutic interventions and treatments
  • Utilize evidence-based medicine practices using quality, cost-effective care
  • Educate patients and families regarding the neurovascular disease process, while remaining cognizant of the patient's emotional, physical and cultural needs
  • Manage patient caseload
  • Develop effective communication and presentation skills with the interdisciplinary team


  1. Minimal two years experience of direct patient care. Broad understanding of patient care process.
  2. Possesses good cognitive and technical knowledge and the ability to progressively manage care delivery across the continuum of care.
  3. Able to retrieve, communicate and present data and information both verbally and in writing.
  4. Must be flexible with work scheduling. Involve discretion and independent action within prescribed limits
  5. Current CA RN License
  6. BSN Nursing
  7. Current BLS-HCP
  8. ACLS
  9. NIH Stroke certification


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