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Position Summary: Provides assessment and therapy to individuals in the area of functional activities related to activities of daily living and upper body strength and mobility for an adolescent, adult and geriatric patient population. Also provides education to patients, appropriate family members and friends in order to restore patients' functional independence and reduce or prevent long term disability. Assists the patients to reach their maximum potential and return to their family and community. Coordinates with other disciplines and implements the programs of the Occupational Therapy Department under the general direction of the Rehabilitation Directors.
- One (1) year of related occupational therapy experience required: OR completion of six to nine months internship required.
- Graduate of an accredited school of Occupational Therapy required.
- Bachelor of Arts or Sciences required.
- Current license by the California Board of Occupational Therapy required.
- Current BLS certification required.
- Experience in physical disabilities setting, preferably in acute care or acute rehabilitation preferred.
- Knowledge of Occupational Therapy theory, treatment, and evaluation in the areas of neurology preferred.
- Membership of AOTA and OTAC preferred.
The Occupational Therapist is responsible for the evaluation and treatment of occupational therapy patients at the hospital and satellite clinics toward care plan goals.
As assigned by the Manager/Director of Rehabilitation Services, they provide supervision of staff.
This person must implement the spirit and philosophy of the Adrian Dominican Sisters and will ensure that the rights of the patient and/or family are safeguarded (by observation and documentation).
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.
*This is a shared position between home health in Tehama County (SECH) and Shasta County (MMCR). This position will work 2 days a week in Shasta County and 2 days a week in Tehama County. This is a requirement of this position.
The Therapist provides patient care, including evaluating the patient for treatment, providing and directing administration of the care plan upon the referral from the physician. Consults with other health care disciplines to coordinate therapeutic programs and discharge planning for individual patients. Instructs patients and caregivers in home program exercises and functional activities. Assists with patient program management, while delivering quality patient services.
Seeking an Outpatient Occupational Therapist to join our team in an exciting environment working with the general orthopedic (splinting experience/interest a plus) and neurological populations while demonstrating evidence-based practice and utilizing Clinical Practice Guidelines to provide high quality and valued care to our patients.
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.
This position is critical to the success of St. Joseph's Hospital Medical Center and requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of Dignity Health.
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.
In keeping with the Dignity Health core values, the Occupational Therapist I is responsible for providing occupational therapy assessments and treatments to outpatients.
*Our Occupational Therapist are eligible for a weekend differential of $10.00 more per hour after you have worked one weekend day in the month*
This position is represented by SEIU-UHW and is covered by the terms and conditions of the applicable collective bargaining agreement.
In keeping with the Dignity Health core values, is responsible for providing occupational therapy assessments and treatments to patients. Provides training and/or supervision to staff occupational therapy assistants and therapy aides.
**Our Occupational Therapist are eligible for a weekend differential of $10.00 more per hour after you have worked one weekend day in the month**
Provide occupational therapy services to adults and geriatric patients including evaluations, planning treatment programs and goals, rendering patient treatments according to the practice and standards of the American Occupational Therapy Association, and discharge planning. Provide effective, efficient, and quality care. Perform other duties as directed by supervisor. Applies Dignity Health Core Values to the performance of every job duty. These Values include Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.
The Staff Occupational Therapist, a registered professional working under the guidelines from the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy administrates patient care through evaluation, program planning, assessment and reassessment, establishment of goals and treatment programs, patient and family education, discharge planning and supervision of affiliate and support personnel. The Staff Occupational Therapist assists the Director in the accomplishment of the Business, Mission and Quality Objectives of Rehabilitation Services and of St. Bernardine Medical Center, Community Hospital of San Bernardino and Catholic Healthcare West. The Staff Occupational Therapist is involved in the scope of services for inpatients and outpatients, such as, Neurology, Orthopedics, Oncology, Cardiology, Medical Surgical, Skilled Nursing. This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of St. Bernardine Medical Center. It is expected that the employee will demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values. The employee shall support St. Bernardine Medical Center's strategic plan and the goals and direction of the quality improvement/process improvement activities.
In keeping with the Dignity Health philosophy, the Office Assistant will work under the direct supervision of the Senior Excutive Coordinator and Office Supervisor. Tasks are specific to assigned department and under the direction of the department director. The Office Assistant will be assigned to a the Administration department of the facility.
Maintains responsibility, accountability and authority for day-to-day operations and personnel pertaining to the front desk. Coordinates billing operations for the department. Provides supervision of receptionists, volunteers, therapy and physician scheduling, communications and maintaining patient files. Ensures proper staffing, including, orientation and training of new office personnel. Assures effective integration of front desk functions with ancillary hospital departments.
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The Oncology Program Nurse is responsible for the implementation of a wide variety of Cancer Center activities and projects. Additionally, this position provides support for all cancer care activities in the Marian Cancer Program. Acts as a primary resource for education, personal counseling, advocacy, and problem solving for any patient, family member, or staff member, that requests assistance. Upholds and applies standards established by the American College of Surgeons to ensure continued accreditation as a Community Cancer Center.
Utilizes concepts derived from management and communications theory, group dynamics, and counseling methodologies in creating and facilitating programs and projects assigned by the Program Coordinator. These projects may include a variety of therapeutic cancer support groups, professional and community educational presentations (multi-media), a comprehensive Cancer Center Newsletter, Community Events (Cancer Screenings, Survivors Day, etc.). Supports quality care by participating and supporting utilization review and quality improvement activities. In the absence of the Oncology Program Manager, provides leadership, and management oversight of the Cancer Center personnel.
Due to the nature of the position, the duty hours are variable and occasionally include evening and weekend hours. Has extensive knowledge of oncology nursing principles and practice, and is able to apply these principles in a wide variety of clinical scenarios. Demonstrates a caring compassionate attitude toward others. Consistently relates to patients/visitors empathetically and tactfully. Demonstrates excellent communication skills, both written and oral; able to adjust to variable audiences and levels of education. Requires minimal supervision; able to work independently, self-motivated. Organizes and prioritizes work efficiently. Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with others, across all departments. Ability to achieve results for the organization with and through people, utilizing creative and innovative solutions, conflict management and problem-solving skills. Ability to identify patient/family needs and then to coordinate and deploy resources to effectively match those needs. Ability to work on multiple projects at one time. Demonstrates basic computer skills and ability to utilize office programs. Effectively serves as a liaison to community organizations to articulate the mission of the Cancer Program and the core values of MMC. Able and willing to actively participate in process improvement activities.
Requires minimum of 6 years of clinical Medical-Surgical Nursing, including at least 3 years of recent clinical experience in Oncology. Experience with administrative and/or educational nursing role highly desired. Current CPR certification. National Certification in Oncology Nursing (OCN) is required. Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing is preferred. Professional and approachable demeanor; readily acts as a role model and staff resource Works under the direction of the standards established by the American College of Surgeons, the accrediting organization for the cancer program. Current California Registered Nurse license.
This position is responsible for the operating room front desk duties including inputting charges; scheduling the cases, communication duties associated with the Operating Room schedule and supply requisition, assisting the Buyer with inventory procurement, rectifying invoices, and maintaining par levels. Works with staff, physicians, and physician offices to insure that patients are served in the most timely and efficient manner possible. The position covers the desk and deals directly with the offices in regards to the daily schedule and availability of supplies. Responsible for producing and distributing reports and schedules as requested and in a timely fashion. Performs other tasks in order to help Operating Room run efficiently as assigned.
The position requires 2 years of experience general secretarial or reception experience. Hospital experience is preferred.
The clinical nurse educator functions in the role of expert clinician and educator. In collaboration with the nursing staff, nursing manager, nursing director, education services, Director of Nursing Standards and Practice, and physicians, monitors the clinical care of patients and provides clinical support to improve patient care, staff satisfaction, patient satisfaction and patient outcomes. The clinical educator is a role model, patient advocate, change agent, leader, and cost effective practitioner.
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Accountable for safe care of patients in the Operating Suites. Works in a team effort with the circulating nurse to provide specialized care. Scrubs in on surgical case and is responsible for maintaining sterile techniques. Must possess thorough knowledge of instrument usage and care. May transport patients and be required to put away equipment.
Position Summary: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. 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
- Anticipate patient’s needs
Read, analyze, and interpret hospital policies and procedures, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations
Apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios, and proportions to practical situations
Define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions
Interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables
Must have ability to critically think and problem solve
Pharmacist Associates ensure timely and accurate preparation and distribution of pharmaceutical products within Dominican Hospital. This position assures that the medication orders are consistent with current medical practice, F.D.A. and drug manufacture recommendations, current literature and/or other information sources. The Pharmacist Associate resolves variations from the above standards with members of the Medical Staff in accordance with established policies and procedures. Pharmacist Associates provide information and guidance in the proper administration of medications as necessary for health care providers, patients, and family.
- One-year internship/externship or two (2) years work experience in health-systems pharmacy required.
- Graduate of an acceptable school of pharmacy with an emphasis on health-systems pharmacy required.
- Basic understanding of personal computers, preferably Windows/DOS based required.
- Basic understanding of how computer systems work and how they interface with each other (IE, PYXIS, Worx) in the health care industry required.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.
- Current and valid California Pharmacy License required.
- Current BLS and ACLS certification required for pharmacists scheduled to work in CCU (otherwise preferred).
- PharmD preferred.
- AHA ACLS preferred.
- AHA CPRBLS preferred.
- Driver's license preferred.
- Outpatient/Retail experience preferred.
This position is located at the Outpatient Plaza Pharmacy in Santa Cruz, CA.
Provides Physical Therapy assessment and therapeutic interventions to individuals within a wide range of diagnoses including general medical, orthopedic, neurologic and cardiovascular. Also provides education to patients, appropriate family members and friends in order to restore patient's functional independence and reduce or prevent long term disability. Assists the patients to reach their maximum potential and return to their family and community. Coordinates and collaborates with other disciplines and implements the programs of the Rehabilitation Department under the general direction of the Rehabilitation Manager.
- Prior hospital experience (non-licensed is acceptable) required.
- Bachelor's Degree from a school of Physical Therapy accredited by the Council on Medical Education and Hospitals of the American Physical Therapy Association or its equivalent required.
- Certification in American Heart Association Basic Life Support for healthcare providers (CT CPRBLS) required.
- Licensed in the State of California as a Physical Therapist or Licensed Physical Therapy Applicant (LIC PTLA or LIC PT) required.
- Master's Degree in Physical Therapy preferred.
The Community Outreach Specialist will conduct community outreach and promotion activities providing education on various health topics and enrolling participants in classes and workshops. The Outreach Specialist must complete any required training. Additional responsibilities include completing and submitting all required documents to Supervisor. Documents include, but are not limited to, participant attendance logs, sign-in sheets, and workshop questionnaires. The Outreach Specialist may also be required to perform clerical duties, such as data entry, making phone calls to participants and preparing workshop packets.