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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 a generous benefits package and a matched retirement plan.

Employees are eligible to participate in a benefits program designed to make a difference for you and your family.

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