The RN or LPN Care Manager is responsible for providing general nursing care and leadership, working collaboratively with Medical Providers and multidisciplinary team members. Will promote and restore patients’ health as they prescribe, provide, delegate, evaluate and coordinate comprehensive professional nursing care through the use of the nursing process for patients of all ages, genders, cultures and backgrounds.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provides physical and psycho-social support to patients and families
  • Oversee clinical care of other personnel including LPN’s, CNA’s and MA’s
  • Has a commitment to creating a positive team environment and being a good team member of his/her PCMH Team
  • Assesses, plans, directs and evaluates comprehensive nursing care as determined by the patients age related to physical, psychosocial, and cultural needs in accordance with profession practice standards, policies and procedures of KCH and the State of Idaho scope of practice
  • Provides case management by being a patient advocate, resource and contact person for patients
  • Reviews patients’ medical records for completeness and updates prior to the Patients’ visit – with a focus on health maintenance and chronic disease management clinical protocols
  • Provides basic education information to patients and families, focusing on self-care appropriate to their age and identified learning considerations and needs
  • Performs assessment data collection and documents subjective data and objective data
  • Reviews basic health history information for patients; focusing on environment, self-care and clinical discharge planning
  • Performs related work as required, full job description available upon request


  • Minimum Associates Degree in Nursing; BA in Nursing preferred. Current license to practice as a RN or LPN in the State of Idaho
  • Minimum 1-3 years’ experience in ambulatory care. Experience in a community health center is preferred by not required
  • Capable of independent nursing assessment decisions and nursing management in a primary care setting
  • Able to provide health care in a sensitive, non-judgmental manner to persons of all economic levels and cultural backgrounds
  • Demonstrate accuracy, proficiency and efficiency with computer skills for accurate data entry; effective written and oral communication
  • Consistent demonstration of team approach to patient care