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  • Job Objective: A brief overview of the position.
    • Undertakes forensic medical exams of suspected sexual and physical abuse of children and adolescents age newborn to 17 as ordered by Riverside County law enforcement and/or Child Protective Services.  When necessary orders laboratory work and imaging to be conducted to better assess potential abuse.  Conduct follow-up medical exams as necessary.  Conducts medical exams of children entering the foster care system

  • Reports to
    • BSCC Medical Director and/or Eisenhower Emergency Department Medical Director
  • Supervises
    • N/A
  • Ages of Patients
    • Child and Adolescent
  • Blood Borne Pathogens
    • High Potential
  • Qualifications
    • Education
      • Required: Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) or Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) 
    • Licensure/Certification
      • Required: Active and unrestricted California licensure as a Registered Nurse and Board Certified through ANCC, or AANP, California Nurse Practitioner Furnishing number, DEA provider number schedule II -V, CURES registration, NPI Number, BLS/CPR
    • Experience
      • Required: Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and/or conducting pediatric forensic medical exams

      • Preferred: 2 years’ experience as a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and 2 years conducting forensic medical exams

  • Essential Responsibilities
    • Demonstrates compliance with Code of Conduct and compliance policies, and takes action to resolve compliance questions or concerns and report suspected violations.

    • Secures appropriate consents for treatment, mediation administration, photography and forensic exam.

    • Provide crisis intervention. Appropriately refer victims for immediate and follow-up medical care and/or counseling.

    • Evaluates pregnancy risk and offer prevention.

    • Assesses, documents, and seeks care for injuries noted on forensic exam.

    • Collects/documents history of assault per CalEMA specifications.

    • Performs general and ano-genital examinations for the detection of physical findings. Reports any findings that may require medical intervention to Emergency Department staff and physicians.

    • Provide timely, thorough, and professional forensic evidence collection, documentation, and preservation of evidence.

    • Accurately assesses, photographs, and documents findings on appropriate Forms following pre-established state medical protocol.

    • Prepares, packages and seals evidentiary kit maintaining chain of evidence per law enforcement’s protocol.

    • Evaluates and treats prophylactically for sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) . Provides prophylactic treatment per standing orders for sexually transmitted diseases as appropriate or as ordered by the ER physician.

    • Administers medication for pregnancy prevention per standing orders as appropriate or as ordered by the ER physician. Obtains informed consent as appropriate.

    • Provide crisis intervention and ongoing support and education to victims and support persons throughout treatment. Appropriately refer victims for immediate and follow-up medical care and/or counseling.

    • Provides discharge instructions, follow-up medical care options and referrals to include Victims of Violent Crime Compensation.

    • Completes child abuse and or elder abuse reporting form as required by California State abuse Reporting Law.

    • Refers patient to Emergency Room physician for further evaluation and care as warranted.

    • Cleans and disinfects examination area including swab dryer with 10% bleach solution.

    • Performs forensic examinations per protocol.

    • Participates in peer review, process improvement and quality review.

    • Maintains annual competencies to conduct forensic evidentiary examinations.

    • Conducts follow-up medical exams as needed.

    • Performs medical exams of children entering the foster care system.

    • Conducts monthly review of forensic exams with designated Forensic Pediatrician.

    • Testifies in Court as subpoenaed.

    • Attends monthly Multi-Disciplinary Team meetings with law enforcement, prosecutors and Child Protective.

Eisenhower Health offers generous benefits package and matched retirement plan.

Effective immediately upon hire, all employees are eligible to participate in a benefits program designed to make a difference for you and your family.

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