Exeter Hospital


Req#: 13246
Per Diem Standard,Day Shift 8:00AM – 4:30PM

Exeter Hospital, Core Physicians, and Rockingham VNA & Hospice, part of Beth Israel Lahey Health, proudly serve the beautiful NH seacoast region. Our principal mission is to work together to create healthier communities. What makes us unique is the spirit of our staff who are team-oriented and focused on providing outstanding patient care experience and quality outcomes for those we are privileged to serve. In addition, we want to ensure that our employees feel well cared for by offering a comprehensive benefits package, ongoing training and growth opportunities, wellness resources, special perks, and more.

Our Magnet designation is recognition of our excellent nursing staff and the high quality, innovative patient care we deliver every day in our community.

Works collaboratively with a designated physician to provide a team approach to  holistic patient care. The team of MDs and RN Oncology Coordinator will navigate their patients through their course(s) of treatment.  This approach will provide continuity for the patients and emphasize one-to-one nurse-patient relationships along with safe, high-quality care.


  • RN license – NH or other Compact State
  • 1 to 3 years
  • Associate's Degree

Other Skills/Qualifications:

  • Strong customer service skills
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Prefer oncology experience, minimum of 2 years and/or work in an ambulatory setting; OCN preferred

 Major Responsibilities:

  1. Work as a team member with the physician to monitor and manage patient care for their designated patient  caseload.
  2. Act as a point person for information and assistance for the schedulers, infusion nursing staff, social work, medical assistants,  office staff and other multidisciplinary departments.
  3. Meet with patients to review their plan of care, medications, symptoms, and psychosocial issues.  Administer injectable therapies as ordered.
  4. Perform hospital rounds on inpatients as appropriate.
  5. Follow up with all needs designated by the provider.
  6. Assist with setting up patient teaching sessions, consults, and concurrent care with other providers.
  7. Complete special requests and projects as needed by the physician.
  8. Review the charts at the end of each day to ensure that all orders have been addressed.
  9. Participate in scheduling rounds, palliative care rounds, clinics, tumor board as appropriate.
  10. Be aware of key issues and changes with your team of patients.



Learn more about Nursing at Exeter here: Nursing at Exeter




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