Responsible for providing and
coordinating comprehensive patient care through the nursing process
to deliver safe, therapeutic care in accordance with established
standards, policies and procedures. Using evidence-based practice,
clinical decision making, compassion and skilled communication,
leads efforts to create the safest patient environment and the best
patient experience across the continuum.
Our SANE (Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner)
- Sexual Assault exams to all
ages, cases average 6-8 hours, longer dependent on case and case
- Drug Endangered Children
- Domestic Violence victims
- Human Trafficking
- Consult and referrals for our
primary care, hospitals, police departments etc.
- Members of Multi-disciplinary
team of SART (Sexual Assault Response Teams), SCRT (Sensitive
Crimes Response team), UW-Whitewater SAPA teams, Walworth
- Provide education to
community residents through “community
- Provide education to medical
professionals, law enforcement etc.
- Participate in many events
(Pride Fest etc)
Provide education in schools
There are no assigned hours to this position, it is on an as
needed basis. Requires 72 hours of on call per month for
first 6 months then 48 hours of on call required monthly with 24
hours being on nights or weekends.
Licenses & Certifications
Registered Nurse license issued by the state in which the team
member practices, and
Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare
Providers certification issued by the American Heart
Completion of an accredited or approved program in Nursing.
Required Functional Experience
Typically requires 1 year of experience in clinical nursing.
Knowledge, Skills & Abilities
Demonstrates progression to provide holistic patient care and
the ability to view clinical situations from a patient and family
focus.Demonstrates progression to recognize situational changes
that require unplanned or unanticipated interventions, and responds
to situations with confidence, timeliness and
flexibility.Proficient computer skills, use of electronic mail and
electronic medical records systems.Excellent communication (written
and verbal), listening and interpersonal skills.Demonstrates human
relation skills with the ability to develop rapport and maintain
positive, professional relationships with a variety of patients,
team members and physicians. Ability to take initiative and work
collaboratively with others.Demonstrated ability to effectively
make critical, independent decisions.Excellent organization,
prioritization and problem-solving skills.Demonstrates time
management skills with an ability to multi-task and prioritize in
an environment with frequent interruptions.Demonstrates
coordination, collaboration, delegation and team building
skills.Certification AddendumTeam members will maintain annual
educational requirements for hospital based certifications (e.g.
DNV, CARF or others).