Careers @ Riordan Clinic
The Riordan Clinic is a thriving, dynamic organization dedicated to superior medical care with a proud 40+ year history. We are considered the premier nutritional medical facility in the United States. Our holistic health practitioners work with patients from all over the world to understand their illness and to teach them how to get to better health. An experience with the Riordan Clinic can be life-changing, not just for the patient but for our staff too. Learn more about Riordan Clinic careers below.
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Current Job Openings
Medical Doctors & Osteopathic Physicians
We are actively recruiting Medical Doctors and Osteopathic Doctors to join our innovative, medically diverse team.
An ideal candidate will possess excellent leadership qualities, commitment and a passion for helping others. Our doctors are highly skilled, personable, and willing to guide their patients to better health.
The foundation of our approach is Nutrient Testing and High Dose IV Vitamin C (IVC). We are looking for MDs and DOs who have experience in Functional Medicine or who are wanting to learn more and practice in an innovative and exiting practice. With an on-site clinic, laboratory, research facility, education department and nutrient store the Riordan Clinic supports our staff and patients (who we fondly call co-learners) through more than fourty years of rich history and expert care.
Nurse (Hays location)
Provides professional nursing care to patients including a comprehensive assessment of patient and family needs, planning, coordination, teaching, documenting, counseling, and providing direct physical care. Evaluates patient response to care and progress towards outcomes. Assists other personnel providing delegated aspects of care. Demonstrates knowledge of and delivers care in accordance with the Nurse Practice Act.
Efficient in starting of IV’s
Demonstrates the ability to assess and evaluate age appropriate data
Utilizes critical thinking to appropriately delegate tasks and evaluate the effectiveness of care
Promotes patient’s independence by establishing patient care goals; teaching patient, friends, and family to understand condition, supplements, medications, and self-care skills
Resolves patient problems and needs by utilizing multidisciplinary team strategies
Maintains safe and clean working environment
Demonstrates ability to use Electronic Health Records
Maintains nursing supplies inventory by checking stock to determine inventory level; anticipating supply needs
Maintains a cooperative relationship among co-workers by appropriate communicationof information
Assumes responsibility for compliance with federal, state, and local regulations
Supports a work environment that is highly supportive of a professional practice role, including preceptor responsibilities for new staff members and affiliating students
May perform other duties as assigned or requested
Associates Degree in Nursing (AND), or 3 year diploma in nursing, from an approved (Accredited by NLN or CCNE) college or university
BSN from an approved (Accredited by NLN or CCNE college or university desired
Location and Hours:
Hays - Part Time
Salary varies with experience
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