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In keeping with the Marian Medical Center health care philosophy, the Registered Nurse manages quality patient care through the nursing process. Coordinates plan of care with the health care team. Assumes leadership role for unit personnel to prepare and assist them with their responsibilities. Employees are responsible for completion of unit competency assessments, annual safety review, CPR, and renewal of license by maintaining continuing education units as required by hospital policy.
The Care Coordinator RN is responsible for assessing, planning, facilitating and advocating for options and services through a continuum of care from point of contact through discharge on assigned patients. The Care Coordinator performs this role in such a manner as to meet the individuals health needs while promoting quality and cost effective outcomes. The positions emphasis will be on care coordination, communication and collaboration with nursing, physicians, departments within the medical center, insurers and post-acute service providers to pace the care toward optimal outcomes within the appropriate level of care. The Care Coordinator will advocate for the patient and family by identifying and valuing patient choice, spiritual needs, cultural, language and socioeconomic barriers to care transitions. In addition, the Care Coordinator will protect confidentiality while striving to achieve high levels of patient satisfaction. The Care Coordinator consistently conducts the utilization review process and the discharge planning process as required by hospital policies, standards of practice and Federal and State regulations.
This position is responsible for performing a variety of radiographic, fluoroscopic and specialized procedures at a technical level not requiring constant supervision, under the general direction of a radiologist and Radiology Administration.
This position is responsible for performing a variety of radiographic, fluoroscopic and specialized procedures at a technical level not requiring constant supervision., under the general direction of a radiologist and Radiology Administration.
he Residency Program Director reports to the Director of Academic Affairs/Designated Institutional Officer (DIO).
The Program Director will support the Director of Academic Affairs/DIO by providing reports on all aspects of graduate medical education and clinical delivery services provided by the residents as well as oversight of the clerical function of the SJMC Obstetrics and Gynecology Residency Program.
The incumbent is responsible for assuring that residents in the SJMC designated specialty Residency receive clinical medical training in the designated specialty of that meets and exceeds the ACGME Special Requirements for Graduate Training in designated specialty
The position is responsible for:
- Developing curriculum, coordinating and presenting didactic lectures, integrating designated specialty principles with the medical curriculum, overseeing education and clinical care in all program-related patient care areas, and both supervising and conducting medical care to the residency program patients.
- Monitoring and evaluating resident progress and coordinating resident training with other medical faculty, other clinical providers and staff, and other educational program components at St Joseph's Medical Center and other off-site facilities.
This position is identified to the ACGME as the program director. This position is responsible for the oversight and direction of the residents as well as participation in all of the educational and clinical activities of the SJMC designated specialty Residency Program on a daily basis. This includes supervising, conducting, coordinating, directing, and controlling both patient care and educational efforts of the department in order to provide clinical and teaching support to the residents, other trainees, other faculty physicians, other clinicians and educators of the program. A unique feature of the incumbent's role is to counsel, advise and direct resident physician trainees regarding their clinical and educational development within the residency program. In addition, the incumbent will participate in the evaluation, interviewing, ranking and selecting of qualified applicants to the residency on an annual basis.
The incumbent will participate in the assurance of compliance with the changing and evolving requirements of outside accrediting, licensing, and surveying agencies.
Freedom to Act:
As the identified direct contact for ACGME the incumbent has the freedom to make major changes to the program according to ACGME guidelines. This position has the accountability and authority to develop curriculum, standards and evaluation tools in clinical designated specialty education; to teach, consult, counsel and evaluate performance. In conjunction with other faculty, the incumbent has the authority to assure academic due process where disciplinary action is required. The incumbent is to work independently, to initiate tasks within the residency program and to complete all assigned tasks.
POSITION: Vice President and Associate General Counsel – Strategy and Growth
REPORTS TO: Executive Vice President/General Counsel
LOCATION: San Francisco, Pasadena, Sacramento or Phoenix Corporate Offices
The Dignity Health Legal Department (“Legal Department”) is responsible for the provision and management of the legal services and affairs for Dignity Health and its hospitals, subsidiaries and affiliated businesses or ventures (collectively “Dignity Health”). The Vice President and Associate General Counsel-Strategy and Growth (“AGC-Strategy and Growth”):
- Serves as a member of the Legal Department.
- Reports to the Executive Vice President/General Counsel (“GC”).
- Manages, directs, supervises and coordinates the legal services performed by the Legal Department in support of Dignity Health’s system-wide and service area or geographically-based strategic and/or growth initiatives (“Strategy and Growth”).
- Acts as a key strategic legal advisor, counselor and business partner to Dignity Health’s Executive Leadership Team and corporate or service area senior management teams on matters relating to Strategy and Growth.
- Has direct oversight, supervision and reporting responsibility for any of the Legal Department’s attorneys, paralegals or other staff, wherever located, whose primary role is the performance of legal services and support for Strategy and Growth (the “Strategy and Growth Group”).
- Participates actively as a member of the Legal Department’s Leadership Team (“LLT”) and is engaged in the Legal Department’s planning, management, administration, direction and decision-making.
The AGC-Strategy and Growth must be respected, both intellectually and professionally, by the GC, the other Vice Presidents/Associate General Counsel (“AGCs”) and the other members of the Legal Department, most particularly with respect to his/her substantive experience, knowledge and understanding of the health care industry, and the legal and transactional considerations relevant thereto.
As a part of his/her role, the AGC-Strategy and Growth assures (either directly or through supervision of others in the Legal Department) that legal and regulatory issues and developments relevant to Strategy and Growth are communicated to and understood by the appropriate constituents, and that legal considerations are integrated into the applicable strategies, initiatives, business plans, transactions, and corporate policies, procedures, processes and practices. S/he also identifies and helps to mitigate legal risks, and to protect Dignity Health from undue or significant legal exposure, liability and financial loss, while facilitating the achievement of strategic and operational goals, objectives and initiatives.
The AGC-Strategy and Growth proactively supports the GC, and communicates regularly with the GC, the LLT and the Legal Department on matters related to Strategy and Growth. S/he is aligned with the GC on the functional structure and strategic direction of the Legal Department, and works closely with the GC to realize the Legal Department’s objectives and goals. S/he also maintains excellent working relationships with the other AGCs, the members of the Strategy and Growth Group, and the other members of the Legal Department generally.
KEY RESPONSIBILITIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES
In addition to the key functions described in the Position Overview, the AGC-Strategy and Growth possesses the following responsibilities and accountabilities:
- Directs, supervises, manages and performs legal services for, and represents and supports, Dignity Health on transactional and other matters related to Strategy and Growth with other health systems, hospitals, physicians, providers or non-provider entities and organizations (whether nonprofit, for-profit, public, private, or private equity-backed companies), including corporate, partnership and other forms of joint ventures and strategic investments; mergers, acquisitions and dispositions; management agreements or arrangements; joint operating companies, arrangements and agreements; and affiliations or other transactions.
- Counsels, advises and performs legal services for Dignity Health’s Executive Leadership Team and corporate senior management (including, without limitation, the Senior Vice President-Corporate Strategy and Growth, the Senior Vice President – Treasury and Strategic Investments, the Vice President – Partnership Integration, and the Chief Strategic Innovation Officer), service area leadership (including the Service Area Presidents/Senior Vice Presidents-Operations and Service Area Chief Strategy Officers) hospital leadership (including the Hospital Presidents and Chief Strategy Officers), and other affiliates’ leadership (collectively the “Dignity Health Leadership Teams”), on significant transactional, joint venture, operational, management and other matters related to Strategy and Growth.
- Works as the business partner of the Dignity Health Leadership Teams, either directly or in conjunction with other members of the Strategy and Growth Group or Legal Department generally (including the GC, other AGCs, other attorneys and paralegals), to help plan, implement and realize the operational, organizational and strategic goals, objectives and initiatives related to Strategy and Growth, and to consider, develop and/or implement creative and innovative legal structures and solutions for such goals, objectives or initiatives.
- Serves as the client service liaison between the Legal Department and the Dignity Health Leadership Teams, and is primarily responsible for the performance of legal services, on matters related to Strategy and Growth.
- Provides legal services or advice to the GC, other AGCs and other attorneys or paralegals of the Legal Department, when and as requested, on matters or services related to the Legal Department’s other functional areas (e.g., Hospital Operations, Physician Integration, Innovation and Technology, Regulatory and Compliance, etc.).
- Is the subject matter expert in the Legal Department on arrangements and issues relevant to the transactional, corporate, legal and business aspects of Growth and Strategy, including the general health care strategic landscape and applicable federal, state and local legal, legislative and regulatory considerations.
- Manifests a commitment to Dignity Health’s mission, vision and core values; acts and demonstrates behavior consistent with the Dignity Health’s core values in fulfilling the duties and responsibilities described in this Position Description; and contributes to a positive working environment in the Legal Department for all employees.
- Supervises, administers and directs the members of the Strategy and Growth Group and other attorneys or paralegals in the Legal Department in multiple locations engaged in the day-to-day performance of legal services related to Strategy and Growth.
- Provides the members of the Strategy and Growth Group and other attorneys in the Legal Department with the leadership, guidance, oversight, structure, tools and resources needed to effectively perform legal services related to Strategy and Growth.
- Serves as a resource, mentor and coach for members of the Strategy and Growth Group and other attorneys in the Legal Department on transactional and operational issues, organizational matters, professional development and growth opportunities.
- Manages, coordinates and assists with the assignment and allocation or reallocation of work load related to Strategy and Growth among members of the Strategy and Growth Group, other attorneys within the Legal Department, and outside counsel.
- Coordinates with the GC and/or other AGCs to facilitate the performance of legal work or services by members of the Strategy and Growth Group with and for the Legal Department’s other functional areas (e.g., Hospital Operations, Physician Integration, Innovation and Technology, Regulatory and Compliance, etc.).
- Attends and actively participates as a key representative of the Legal Department in corporate meetings related to Strategy and Growth, including the Executive Growth Leadership Team, the Strategic Growth Team, the Strategic Growth Subcommittee, and other similar teams or groups, and reports on matters or issues discussed at the meetings to the GC, LLT, the Strategy and Growth Group and the Legal Department.
- Engages in proactive and ongoing communication with the Dignity Health Leadership Teams to coordinate efficient and effective legal support in the area of Strategy and Growth.
- Works in close collaboration with the LLT regarding the overall effective and timely delivery of legal services to Dignity Health.
- Travels when and as necessary throughout Dignity Health to perform the role and responsibilities described herein, and to engage with members of the Strategy and Growth Group, the Legal Department, and the Dignity Health Leadership Teams.
- Directs and manages the engagement of outside legal counsel, either directly or by other members of the Strategy and Growth Group, for transactions, matters or issues related to Strategy and Growth consistent with the outside counsel guidelines, standards, policies and practices established from time to time by the LLT, including developing pricing and alternative fee structures for transactional matters, establishing expected work product, timing and performance standards for outside counsel, and specifying other expectations of the outside counsel that perform legal services on behalf of Dignity Health in the area of Strategy and Growth.
- Supervises and oversees the performance of legal services for Dignity Health by outside legal counsel on matters related to Strategy and Growth to assure that outside legal services are provided in an efficient, cost effective and timely manner within the construct established in the engagement.
- Supports the GC by assuring that the Strategy and Growth Group’s legal services are performed:
- In a cooperative and competent manner with the goal of acting in Dignity Health’s best interests and in collaboration with other members of the Legal Department or with Dignity Health’s other corporate functions (e.g., Compliance, Internal Audit, Privacy and Security, Human Resources, Information Technology, SSRM, etc.).
- With the appropriate degree of quality, excellence, consistency, effectiveness and efficiency as expected of the Legal Department.
- In a manner that helps to achieve the client’s goal or expected outcome and results in a positive client experience.
Clinical Education – Perioperative Program Manager PROGRAM MANAGER EDUCATION SERVICESDignity Health Northridge Hospital Medical Center Under the direction of the Director of Education and Professional Practice and the Peripoerative Service Director, the Program Manager provides clinical, educational, and performance improvement leadership for personnel involved in the Perioperative and interventional patient care areas. Utilizing a wide range of problem solving skills, functions as a leader, practitioner, educator, consultant, and researcher. All employees are expected to perform their duties in alignment with the vision and values of the organization. The Program Manager is responsible for a variety of tasks that lead to a high level of customer satisfaction in the most cost-effective manner with respect and dignity.
Responsible for most equipment maintenance, quality control record keeping and quality assurance reporting for a specific area of the laboratory. Recommends and implements changes in policies and procedures.
Position Summary: The Pharmacy Technician is responsible for technical, clerical, and transportation duties for the department and is involved with the preparation, distribution and delivery of medications under the supervision of a licensed pharmacist. The technician must demonstrate competency in patient care for neonate, pediatric, adult, and geriatric patients. Other duties within scope of practice as assigned by supervising pharmacist. The technician may be required to work at another Dignity Health facility. Minimum Qualifications:
- Registration with the California State Board of Pharmacy as a registered technician
- One year of acute care hospital pharmacy practice experience or a 6 week pharmacy technician externship at the hiring facility
- Demonstrated knowledge of the legal restrictions on the activities of non-licensed personnel in a hospital pharmacy, medical abbreviations, pharmaceutical terminology and calculations, and generic/trade names of medications
- Experience in the safe handling of antineoplastic/chemotherapeutic agents and aseptic technique in the preparation of intravenous admixtures and total parenteral nutrition
- The ability to load automated dispensing machines
- Demonstrate accurate computer data entry skills and proper safety practices and techniques
- Registration with the California State Board of Pharmacy as a registered technician
- Completion of an ASHP accredited Pharmacy Technician program is preferred
Under general supervision of the surgeons and clinical supervision the Physician Assistant provides a variety of medical services. These include surgical assisting, inpatient management, preoperative and postoperative evaluations and staff/patient education. The Physician Assistant's are granted privileges as outlined by the Medical Staff Bylaws and Title 16 of the California Administrative Code as per their privilege list. In addition, the Physician Assistant oversees the day-to-day operation of the function, ensuring that standards of care are met and that all required daily checks, chart documentation meet standards as well as daily call to patients.
Are you an RN or Therapist who love to market and sell? Then this position could be perfect for you!
The Clinical Liaison provides proactive service and support to internal and external patients, families, and referral sources seeking admission to Dignity Health San Francisco Acute Rehabilitation; reviews and critically analyzes relevant medical records to rapidly determine appropriateness for acute rehabilitation admission; and responds to requests for screening in an efficient, timely, and professional manner. Develops and maintains positive referral relationships with external facilities in the Bay Area to increase referrals and ease patient transition to acute rehabilitation. Meets with potential patients and families in a competitive market to inform them of the specific benefits of Dignity Health San Francisco Acute Rehabilitation. Educates patients, families, and referral sources about the admissions process, financial/insurance coverage of services, and alternate levels of post-acute care; works with the Director and Acute Rehabilitation Leadership Team to develop marketing strategies and program offerings to meet the needs of patients and referral sources. Applies Dignity Core Values to the performance of every job duty. These Values include Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.
The incumbent provides the optimum individual patient care by being efficient and knowledgeable in all routine x-ray procedures performed in the radiology department. The incumbent will perform all routine diagnostic x-ray procedures, and be proficient in at least one additional modality.
In keeping with the Dignity Health, Central Coast health care philosophy, the Pharmacist Clinical ensures the quality of pharmaceutical services by developing and coordinating clinical service programs focused on quality assurance activities, educational endeavors, clinically specialized services, and monitoring and evaluation of drug therapy.
The registered nurse is responsible to take primary responsibility to assess, plan, implement and evaluate the nursing care of each assigned patient. Provide direct patient care. Supervise the activities of nursing staff members. Anticipate patients needs. Follow-up on all care related activities and assure all physician orders are accurately transcribed and carried out in a timely manner. Coordinate the plan of care. Conduct patient teaching specific to disease entity and home management. Actively participate in assuring care continuum. Collaborate with other nursing and ancillary services to assure seamless communication and uninterrupted patient care. Model leadership behaviors. Foster a spirit of collaboration and teamwork. Mentor peers and colleagues.
ACCESS CARE REP OUTPATIENT REGISTRATION Northridge Hospital Medical Center The Access Care Rep pre-registers and registers patients presenting at the hospital for inpatient and outpatient services. Conducts patient/guarantor interviews, explains hospital policies, patient financial responsibilities and patient's bill of rights. Facilitates the patient admission flow, including activities such as: patient identification, identification of accurate demographic and insurance information, and collection of required signatures and documents. Responsible for the verification and authorization of insurance benefits on all inpatient and outpatient accounts through electronic verification system or through contact with third party payors, in order to obtain accurate and prompt reimbursement. Checks eligibility, benefits, authorization requirements, PCP approval requirements, and billing requirements, as appropriate. Submits notice of admission to payors, as needed. Provides information and answers questions about the Dignity Health's Payment Assistance program. Collects co-payments, and other patient liabilities. Enters the financial and admissions data into the hospital information computer systems.
The Echo Cardiology Technologist , who, under the direction of the Cardiologist or supervising technologist, performs ultrasound procedures and documents accurate and quality sonographic studies of normal and abnormal anatomy.
Provides professional nursing care in accordance with the nursing process and BRN scope of practice.
The incumbent will plan the overall nursing care and functions in a particular nursing unit during an assigned shift:
- Supervises nursing staff assigned to a particular shift.
- Assigns patients to available nursing staff, taking into consideration the patient's condition and the employee's skill level.
- Anticipates staffing needs and moves proactively to respond to them.
- Oversees stocking of supplies and updating patient records to ensure that the nursing floor is ready for subsequent shifts.
- Assesses, monitors, and educates the nursing staff on patient care.
- Institutes emergency procedures as necessary.
- Provides nursing care to patients on an as needed basis.
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In keeping with the Dignity Health core values, the Surgical Technologist II is to function as a team member during the preoperative, intra-operative and postoperative phases of the surgical procedure.
This position is represented by SEIU - UHW and is covered by the terms and conditions of the applicable collective bargaining agreement.
About this position:
In keeping with the Dignity Health core values, the Surgical Technologist I is to function as a team member during the preoperative, intra-operative and postoperative phases of the surgical procedure.