I work for a hospital that recently merged with a large specialty clinic network. I interviewed for a coordinator position in the allergy clinic and the manager went over the RNs responsibilities in that role. They will be getting rid of the MA that works with the allergist, so I would be filling those duties. Rooming patients, getting vital signs, assisting with procedures, monitoring the patients after their injections, triaging calls, etc. We will be in a clinic with pulmonologists, so I will also be resource to the pulmonology staff as well. The allergist will be in clinic only 3 days a week, so on one of those days I will be working in the urology clinic to assist their LPN with any procedures she/he is unable to do. I am also expected to assist the manager with bringing the clinic up to joint commission standards.
I think this is a lot for one person to do. I haven't worked in a clinic as an RN, so I don't know if this is too much, or if it is doable. I would like to hear what others think before I accept the position (if it is offered to me). Any feedback is appreciated.