Job Details


Sanctuary Functional Medicine is seeking a Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse with a functional medicine background/interest who desires to see broken lives restored to healthier more abundant lives. As part of the Sanctuary team you will participate in building a safe place where chronically ill patients find compassion and new hope through a whole person, root cause, functional medicine approach. Position would be 30 to 32 hours per week with no weekends, no holidays and no call. The position will work in collaboration with the physician and other clinical providers providing education to patients, as well as the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of patients in both the clinic and IV Therapy setting. Here is your opportunity to apply your skills, motivation, and passions to those whose lives have been gripped by the chaos of chronic illness and to help bring wholeness and peace back into their lives.  Not your ordinary clinic.

About our clinic:

Under the direction of Eric Potter, MD, the clinic offers a Functional Medicine approach to assist patients in finding the root cause of their illness. We are expanding our team due to patient demand.  This is an opportunity to become part of inter-disciplinary team.


Administer clinic nursing care as well as IV Therapy care to patient
Perform phlebotomy as needed, as well as process and complete lab work
Take patient history and vitals prior to office visit and/or IV Therapy,
Complete patient follow up/instructions after visit as directed
Communicate with collaborating physician and/or clinicians regarding patient care
Answer patient questions via patient portal, on phone or face to face
Maintain accurate electronic patient medical records
Schedule patient appointments per template
Provide advice, emotional  and spiritual support to patients,  family members and friends
Skills and Qualifications:

Licensed RN or LPN with minimum of 3 years of experience
Previous nursing experience in a clinic or hospital setting, preferably Functional Medicine
Well skilled in IV Therapy, as well as phlebotomy
Ability to build rapport with patients
Strong problem solving and critical thinking skills, as well as multi-tasking
Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment
Ability to work 30-32 hours per week, with occasional hours beyond 32
Ability to work with adult, as well as pediatric patients
Must be open minded to training and willing to learn new techniques