RN Care Coordinator


The Care Coordinator is responsible for assessing, planning, facilitating and advocating for options and services through a continuum of care from point of contact through discharge on assigned patients.

The Care Coordinator performs this role in such a manner as to meet the individuals health needs while promoting quality and cost effective outcomes. The positions emphasis will be on care coordination, communication and collaboration with nursing, physicians, departments within the medical center, insurers and post-acute service providers to pace the care toward optimal outcomes within the appropriate level of care.

The Care Coordinator will advocate for the patient and family by identifying and valuing patient choice, spiritual needs, cultural, language and socioeconomic barriers to care transitions. In addition, the Care Coordinator will protect confidentiality while striving to achieve high levels of patient satisfaction.

The Care Coordinator consistently conducts the utilization review process and the discharge planning process as required by hospital policies, standards of practice and Federal and State regulations.



Must possess and maintain a current Registered Nurse license with the state of California

Minimum of 3 years nursing experience in an acute hospital setting.

Prior Care Coordination experience in a clinical or insurance setting is required. If operational conditions permit, training a candidate without the required experience may be considered.

Excellent customer service and presentation skills are a must.

Strong interpersonal and written communication skills are essential.

Demonstrated ability to apply analytical and problem solving skills.

Demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks or projects effectively.

Ability to work independently as needed with a high degree of detail orientation.

Ability to work efficiently in a fast-paced environment with changing priorities.


BSN degree or experience equivalent preferred.

CM certification preferred RN

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