Nursing Careers at Lifespan

Program Manager - Nurse Care Coordinator Job

Job Number: RIH14256

Job Title: Program Manager / Nurse Care Coordinator

Department: HCH Pedicatric Primary Care - 1012463

Facility: Rhode Island Hospital

Location: Providence, RI

Bachelor’s degree from an accredited School of Nursing and licensed RN in the State of Rhode Island required. Master’s Degree in Nursing preferred. Successful completion of Certified Diabetes Educator and/or, Care Coordination and Transition Management (CCCTM) certification exam within first year of hire. CPR certification required. Proficient computer skills (Microsoft Word, Excel, and web-based applications) including electronic medical records. Knowledge of community resources. Strong professional level of knowledge and comprehensive clinical assessment skills in the adult population and chronic/high-risk disease management. Proficient in communication skills and inter-personal relationship building. Spanish language proficiency preferred.


Two (2) years of current experience as a Registered Nurse in an outpatient or primary care setting is required. Additionally, three (3) to (5) years of experience working with primary care providers in a community health setting, public health, chronic disease management, and community nursing or is preferred. Quality Improvement experience required.

The Program Manager – Care Coordination reports to the Director of Clinical Operations and the Medical Director(s) of Hasbro Primary Care. Under the general direction, provides leadership to the Pediatric Ambulatory Primary Care RNs and Nurse Care Management staff. Participates in the design, development, implementation and improvement of the care management model at Hasbro Primary Care. Responsible for the design, development, implementation and improvement of care coordination services, comprehensive screenings, disease education and self-management support to high risk patients and patients with chronic health conditions. provides leadership for pediatric primary care nurses in their care coordination and quality improvement functions. Success in this mission requires a culture of collaboration, excellence, leadership and respect.