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Occupational Therapist (OTR/L) - Occupational TherapyNorthridge Hospital Medical Center, a Dignity Health member The Center for Rehabilitation Medicine offers an opportunity for a dynamic, team oriented Occupational Therapist. Our 36-bed CARF accredited Rehabilitation Unity has been providing care for over 30 years. Specialty programs include stroke, spinal cord injury, NICU and hands.
The Occupational Therapist will evaluate patients of varying diagnoses and disorders requiring OT. Will develop, implement and modify treatment plans for patients ranging in age from adolescent to geriatric. The department offers a multi-level career ladder with strong education and mentoring programs.
We are seeking a dedicated COOK who is passionate about the health and well-being of our patients, families, visitors and staff to be responsible for reviewing menus and preparing meals according to production sheets using proper sanitation techniques and maintaining proper portion control and leftover utilization.
This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of Community Hospital of San Bernardino. It is expected that the employee will demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values. The employee shall support Community Hospital of San Bernardino strategic plan and the goals and direction of the quality improvement, process, and activities.
Under the direction of the Laboratory Medical Director , and Laboratory Manager, the Pathology Transcriber demonstrates a responsibility and ability for administering the efficient, accurate and timely completion of the Pathology department transcription and related activities.
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Under the direction of the Laboratory Medical Director, Laboratory Director, and Section Supervisor, a Clinical Laboratory Scientist II is assigned the responsibility of: occasionally obtaining the sample to be tested from a patient; routinely analyzing specimens for reportable results by standard procedures; recording and transmitting results to the physician initiating the request; and working in two or three of the laboratory section(s). May possibly be hired/classified as CLS-II working one to two sections of the Laboratory if total experience as a State of California-licensed Clinical Laboratory Scientist (Medical Technologist) meets or exceeds 7 years and a suitable, CLS-II job requisition and opening exists that would allow work in only one to two Laboratory sections.
The incumbent is responsible for the evaluation, planning, directing and administering of occupational therapy modalities of treatment as prescribed by a licensed physician. The incumbent administers treatments and occupational agents as prescribed by a referring physician in an effort to restore function and prevent disability following injury, disease or physical disability. The incumbent also assists patients to reach their maximum performance and level of functioning, while learning to live within the limits of their capabilities.
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Is expected to perform duties in alignment with the mission and policies of the organization. Performs duties in support of and in compliance with the performance improvement plan, TJC and other licensing, accrediting and regulatory agencies. Manages and coordinates the clinical and operational activities in order to provide quality direct and indirect patient care. The NICU nurse manager shall directly supervise personnel and assure the quality of clinical nursing care of patients in the NICU at all times. The facility shall maintain written documentation of the qualifications and responsibilities of the CCS certified Community NICU nurse manager. Oversees formation and usage of the budget. May perform nursing duties as needed. Responsible for working closely with the Director, Women's Services to assure 100% of the Perinatal Safety Initiatives are fully implemented.
JOIN US NOW as our INPATIENT NEURO SPEECH PATHOLOGY DEPARTMENT is seeking a LICENSED SLP to join our team! Provides patient care including evaluating patient for treatment, developing plan of care, establishing goals, and assessing progress toward the attainment of goals. Consults with other health care disciplines to co-ordinate therapeutic programs and discharge planning for individual patient. Instructs patients and care givers in home programs for exercises and functional activities. Performs patient clinical care. Serves as a resource by sharing expertise and knowledge.
Provides professional nursing care in accordance with the nursing process and BRN scope of practice.
Provides effective and comprehensive evidence based nursing care to achieve desired health outcomes. Organizes and prioritizes patient care activities balanced with the needs and comfort of the patient. Collaborates with other disciplines to insure comprehensive, holistic and effective plan of care. Applies knowledge of current practice standards, guidelines, statutes, rules and regulations. Demonstrates accountability for own ethical behavior and supports ethical practice by addressing or escalating issues. Serves as a patient advocate. Completes patient assessments competently. Assesses for and identifies needs of unit-specific patient population: Assesses for and identifies any physical, emotional, psychosocial, spiritual, educational, discharge and cultural needs. Completes an individualized plan of care based on assessment of the patient. Coordinates with other disciplines when indicated. Prioritizes care needs and sets measurable goals and time frames. Includes patient and family in the planning. Implements interventions based on nursing and medical plan of care. Manages patient population, diagnosis and age specific needs through appropriate adaptation of interventions. Appropriately utilizes equipment and supplies (including following established policies, procedures and protocols governing the transport, handling and storage of intravenous fluids). After implementation, reassesses the patient to verify effectiveness of interventions. Updates the plan of care to reflect current care needs.
Provides patient care including evaluating patient, developing plan of care, establishing goals, and assessing progress toward the attainment of goals. Consults with other health care disciplines to coordinate treatment and discharge planning. Performs patient clinical care. Serves as resource by sharing expertise and knowledge. Performs patient clinical care. Serves as resource by sharing expertise and knowledge
Position Title:Chief Nursing Executive Officer
Directs nursing practice in the hospital and assigned business entities maintaining consistent and high-quality standards of patient care. Develops and deploys nursing policies, objectives, and initiatives for the department; reviews departmental operations to ensure compliance with established standards..
- Manages the resources (e.g. staff, materials and finances) of the nursing department; plans and directs all nursing activities in that facility.
- Develops and deploys nursing policies, objectives, and initiatives for the department; reviews departmental operations to ensure compliance with established standards.
- Drives the delivery of quality and cost-effective patient care; oversees the performance of nursing staff.
- Develops the overall competency level of nursing staff; coordinates quality enhancement and process improvement tasks.
The UACC/SJHMC Thoracic disease-site section leader is a medical oncologist who is fully employed by Dignity Health Medical Group and has knowledge, skills and commitment essential to the success of the UACC/SJHMC Affiliation. Our goal is to create and sustain best-in-class patient care and research program. The Disease-site Section Leader will ensure the growth of the clinical patient care program and the implementation of a clinical trial research program. The Section leader should have a strong interest and some experience in cancer prevention or treatment research and be prepared to establish and facilitate the growth of a clinical trials program for their respective disease-site in collaboration with the UA Deputy Director, the VP, Oncology Services Dignity Health AZ and the UA Associate Director for Research Administration. This program should produce good outcomes for patients, and include our participating community providers/partners where appropriate. The UACC/SJHMC Disease Section Leaders report directly to the Chief Medical Officer, Dignity Health Medical Group and have a matrix report to the UA Deputy Director of the UA Cancer Center at Dignity Health St. Joseph’s. The Section Leader provides oversight and is responsible for the management of their specialty area including the clinical care of patients, teaching, research, patient safety and quality, and the responsible use of resources. The Section Leader will work collaboratively with Dignity Health and St. Joseph’s leadership and UACC and to assist in the recruitment of disease-specific team members. As determined collaboratively by the Deputy Director and the Chief Medical Officer, Dignity Health Medical Group 10-40% of time will be allotted for administrative duties and/or research. In addition to complying with the SJHMC/DHMG policies, the rules of our accrediting bodies and local, state and federal regulations, the responsibilities of the UACC/SJHMC cancer-site service Section Leader includes:
- Attendance at UACC/SJHMC committee, task force or project meetings as requested. May be asked to chair or lead committees, task forces or project teams;
- Attendance at Cancer Committee;
- Participation in recruitment activities including but not limited to, interviewing physician and other candidates as appropriate;
- Addresses patient experience issues or concerns promptly;
- Is responsible for patient safety, quality monitoring and performance improvement activities within their disease site and, as requested, will be an active participant on any UACC/SJHMC patient safety & quality committee;
- Works closely with the Deputy Director, VP and Dignity Health Chief Medical Officer to identify suitable community providers and establish appropriate community physician “partnerships”;
- Will work with the Cancer Registry Manager to ensure that new and recurrent tumor data is collected, and reports are generated and discussed with the members of their disease-site service;
- Will lead the disease-site Tumor Board; collaborate with the Tumor Registry staff to ensure that the Tumor Board is conducted according to the ACOS Accreditation rules; UACC/SJHMC policy and ensure that NCCN guidelines and AJCC staging are included in the discussion.
- Ensures physicians meet productivity, quality, patient satisfaction and other SJHMC and DH Medical Group goals and expectations;
- Works with the Deputy Director and the UA Associate Director for Research Administration, UACC-Phoenix, to develop and grow the disease-specific research program and to assure mentoring of junior faculty in clinical research;
- Participates in center-wide UACC Disease Teams to participate in feasibility and resource review of proposed clinical research protocols;
- Attends committee meetings, project meetings, planning retreats, conferences, etc. as needed to develop the disease-specific research program;
- Ensures that the physicians and any mid-level providers assigned to their Section achieve clinical productivity expectations.
- M.D. or D.O.
- AZ Medical License,
- Board certified in specialty
- Evidence of successful leadership/management experience
- Significant clinical trial experience
- Evidence of teaching participation
- Acceptable references from supervisor, peer, and subordinate; from a registered nurse; and from a research mentor
- Willing to abide by and promote the values of SJHMC and the UA.
Primary Responsibilities include: This section leader will be the direct supervisor of the physicians and physician-extenders who are assigned to their disease-site program. This includes participation in hiring, orientation and training, scheduling, development of performance expectations and incentive goals, productivity monitoring, performance coaching and development plans, ensuring compliance with NCCN and other national and specialty guidelines, annual evaluations, counseling, and mentoring. The section leader will participate in direct patient care 40-80% of the time as negotiated with the DH Medical Group Chief Medical Officer, and the UA Deputy Director and dependent on funded research effort. The section leader actively conducts his/her own research, ensures there is a portfolio of open clinical trials for the program, and assures the program is accruing a minimum of 10% of all patients onto clinical trials. This section leader will be responsible for patient safety, quality monitoring and performance improvement activities within their disease site and will be an active participate on any UACC/SJHMC patient safety & quality committee (s).This section leader will work closely with the Chief medical Office, DH Medical Group, Deputy Director and VP to identify suitable community providers and establish appropriate community physician “partnerships”. The Section Leader will work closely with the Deputy Director and the UA Associate Director for Research Administration to develop the disease-specific research program and assure research mentoring of junior faculty. Basic, translational/clinical, and cancer prevention and control research at the UACC are carried out in four outstanding research programs: Cancer Prevention and Control, Cancer Biology, Cancer Imaging, and Therapeutic Development. Cancer Center “Members” will have access to the 10 UACC shared resources that support over 300 scientists associated with the Center. This section leader will ensure that NCCN guidelines are implemented, compliance monitored and variances assessed. Each Leader will work with the Cancer Registry Manager to ensure that data is collected; and reports are generated and discussed with the members of their service.The section leader remains abreast of new clinical developments and ensures that they are introduced into clinical practice. The section leader will collaborate with Tumor Registry staff to ensure that the disease-site Tumor Board is conducted according to the SJHMC policy. The section leader participates in strategy, budgeting, marketing, media, philanthropic, consumer and neighborhood events as requested. Medical Oncology Section Leaders will be assigned as needed to provide consistent coverage for medical supervision of the chemotherapy & infusion services. The Section Leader will establish and participate in the management and coverage of the UACC/SJHMC inpatient service. The Section Leader will be a member of and actively participate in a clinical operations committee and a research committee. The Section Leader will participate in a UACC center-wide Disease Team, representing the Phoenix campus for their specific disease area. The Section Leader will attend appropriate UACC committee and project meetings, planning retreats, conferences, etc. as determined by the Deputy Director and Associate Director for Administration, UACC-Phoenix. Consistent with DH Medical Group policies, the Section Leader will ensure participation in community programs. These could include collaboration with oncology-related not-for-profit organizations, consumer education events, education for community physicians and other health care providers, collaboration with the business community and/or the healthcare community and other outreach and patient-related events. Consistent with DH Medical Group policies, the Section Leader may be asked to participate in other activities as determined appropriate by the SJHMC President; VP, Oncology Services; UA Cancer Center Deputy Director; or Associate Director for Research Administration, UACC-Phoenix.
The Manager, Digital Care Transformation, under the direction of the Senior Director, Digital Care Transformation, serves as the operational leader for all clinically relevant products and services developed and delivered by the Office of Digital. This includes executing strategy, leading product development, and fostering business partnerships in support of clinical digital applications such as: patient portals, asynchronous care, e-visits, chronic care management, pregnancy, and patient hospitality.
The Manager, Digital Care Transformation acts as a change leader in the area of care transformation.
- Fosters collaboration between the Office of Digital, facilities, clinics, other Dignity Health entities and external partners
- Leverages lean, six sigma, and human centered design to ensure processes are efficient and effectively meet the needs of our employees, patients, providers and consumers
- Ensures the Digital Care Transformation product roadmap is consumer-focused, and is executed on-budget and on-schedule
- Manages resources to effectively deliver powerful digital solutions that transform the patient and consumer digital experience.
The Manager, Digital Care Transformation leverages their knowledge of clinical care and operations expertise to shape the clinical products/services delivered by the Office of Digital. With a primary focus on consumer and patient experience, clinical practice, and partnership in support of interdisciplinary patient-driven care, the Manager, Digital Care Transformation manages initiatives of significant scope, having long-term organization-wide application and impact.
- As described above, daily operational leadership to the Care Transformation team including planning, coordinating, administering, and evaluating programs, projects, processes, procedures, and/or service offerings.
- Supervises staff including prioritizing and assigning work; conducting performance evaluations; ensuring staff is trained; ensuring that employees follow policies and procedures; maintaining a safe working environment; and, making hiring, termination, and disciplinary recommendations.
- Prepares, reviews, interprets, and analyzes a variety of information, data, and reports. Recommends and implements policies and procedures to improve operational effectiveness and enhancements to services or programs.
- Manages assigned budget and assists with the annual budget development process. Monitors and controls expenditures.
- Coordinates operational and program efforts in alignment with goals and objectives related to assigned areas of responsibility.
- Performs other duties of a similar nature and level as assigned.
REGISTERED NURSE, Per Diem – PEDIATRIC ACUTEDignity Health Northridge Hospital Medical Center The PEDIATRICS unit at Northridge Hospital Medical Center is actively seeking individuals who demonstrate patient care excellence. We are seeking Registered Nurse (RN) for the PEDIATRICS unit to coordinate, supervise and implement patient care based on competence, professional expertise, knowledge and evidence-based practice. The Registered Nurse is expected to practice autonomously, consistent with professional standards, Nurse Practice Act and hospital job description specific to the unit. This position is critical to the success of Northridge Medical Center and requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission and organizational values of the Dignity Health system. In addition, Dignity Health has made the conscious decision to implement solutions that will improve patient care outcomes and nursing competencies. As a result, all RN candidates considered for this position will be required to take a series of assessments during our application and interviewing process that include a basic math assessment and a thorough behavioral-based questionnaire in addition to providing up to three professional references and a copy of your most recent performance evaluation.
Dignity Health Medical Group is in search of Full Time Intensivist to work out of our East Valley Hospital, Chandler Regional Medical Center.
Chandler Regional Medical Center is a 225-bed, acute care community hospital with services ranging from cardiovascular and cancer care to maternal child services, stroke, diagnostics and emergency services, treating nearly 200,000 patients a year. Our commitment to deliver award-winning care inspires us to keep growing. Our new five-story, 96-bed inpatient tower will expand the capacity of our emergency services and medical-surgical unit, and add 32 intensive care rooms and six additional operating suites. We are also working to achieve a Level I Trauma designation, making it the first of its kind in the East Valley, and allowing us to care for the most complex and critical injuries.
This critical care position provides general medical care for the hospitalized patients. Successful candidates will be expected to provide exceptional patient care in a multidisciplinary setting, contribute to the education of residents/fellows in the surgical intensive care unit, demonstrate teamwork with midlevel providers and increase academic productivity of the Critical Care Department.
- This position requires a MD or DO degree from an approved school of medicine.
- Must have current, unrestricted Arizona State Medical license.
- Must be board certified or qualified in specialty field.
SJHMC is the medical school campus for Creighton University School of Medicine offering clinical clerkships to both 3rd and 4th year medical students. Physicians will have academic appointment at Creighton University School of Medicine.
Located in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona, SJHMC is a 524+-bed, not-for-profit hospital that has been named the #1 Best Place to Work for an unprecedented third year in a row by the Phoenix Business Journal. SJHMC has also been named a Top 100 Best Place to Work in Healthcare by Modern Healthcare two years running. Living in Arizona opens the door to a variety of recreational activities with dozens of golf courses in the metro area and across the state, hundreds hiking trails, nearby lakes for fishing and boating, and cool air mountain retreats just a couple of hours away-- a perfect balance of an exciting and stimulating work environment and comfortable lifestyle.
We are offering a competitive salary and generous benefits package that includes a relocation allowance. Physicians may also be eligible for an incentive plan after their first year of service.
Position Summary: The position performs a variety of complex secretarial and administrative duties for Real Estate Services.
- Performs diversified secretarial and administrative duties of a confidential nature which relieve executives of administrative details
- Maintains executives’ daily calendar, schedules appointments and conferences, and makes necessary travel arrangements. Assembles necessary background materials for executives’ scheduled meetings. Organizes agenda notices and ensures proper distribution. Will attend meetings to organize and transcribe minutes
- Receives visitors and screens questions and requests. Interviews telephone callers and makes proper referrals. Frequently interfaces at the management level both internally and externally on matters relating to executives’ activities and requirements
- Independently composes routine correspondence and non-routine complex letters from verbal instruction. Reviews materials prepared by others for supervisors’ signature to assure procedural and typographical accuracy
- Assists executives in board meeting preparation, taking and transcription of meeting minutes, logistical planning of all meeting details including: understanding all Board processes and procedures; communicating and coordinating with Board Members, guests, executives, staff, and support staff, prepares complex Board documents and presentations, which requires outstanding levels of proofreading, formatting/word processing; attends Board meetings and ensures the needs of Board members, executives, guests, and staff are met quickly and thoroughly; ensures Board presentations run without error
- Helps coordinate video teleconference meetings, schedules and coordinates travel and meetings
- Sets up and maintains files of highly confidential data and information of major importance
- Receives mail and administers organizational correspondence control. Independently answers correspondence or takes appropriate action when possible
- Handles requests which require detailed knowledge of department policies and procedures. Assists in communicating executives’ requirements and expectations
- Distribute, update, and manage electronic documents
- Clerically and grammatically edit a variety of material when necessary ensuring a strong attention to detail and accuracy
- Compiles highly confidential data from various sources to integrate into regular and/or special reports. Independently contacts appropriate sources to obtain necessary information
- Assists with any and all special projects accurately adhering to tight deadlines
- Processes and reconciles invoices, expense reports and monthly charge card reports
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Provides professional nursing care in accordance with the nursing process and BRN scope of practice.
PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANT (PTA) – PHYSICAL THERAPYNorthridge Hospital Medical Center, a Dignity Health member The Center for Rehabilitation Medicine offers an opportunity for a dynamic, team oriented Physical Therapist. Our 36-bed CARF accredited Rehabilitation Unity has been providing care for over 30 years. Specialty programs include stroke, spinal cord injury, and therapeutic pool. Rotations are available throughout the continuum.
The Physical Therapist Assistant will work closely with the Physical Therapist to implement the individualized treatment plan. Will work with patients ranging in age from adolescent to geriatric. The department offers a multi-level career ladder with strong education and mentoring programs.
At Dignity Health St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, we deliver humankindness through a wide range of health, social and support services in the heart of Phoenix, Arizona. As part of our team, you will provide clinical expertise, support and oversight that helps ensure our patients receive exceptional care. As a member of our team, you will have the opportunity to champion the change by joining in our mission of healing through humankindness.
One-year non-ACGME advanced general/thoracic surgery fellowship with a focus on minimally invasive and surgical techniques for esophageal diseases.
Fellowship program emphasizing advanced endoscopic, laparoscopic, and video-assisted techniques used in management of patients.
Board certified or Board Eligible in General Surgery or competed a Cardiothoracic surgery program from a US/Canadian fellowship program.
Eligible/ or in process to obtain AZ Medical Licensure.