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Operator I PBX operates a meridian console and associated equipment. Pages via various methods. Responds to various types of alarms. Radio dispatches. Clerical ability. Flexible duty hours. Fast paced operations. At the direction of the department supervisor / manager, assists in training fellow operators and performs other duties as assigned.
Join a team of friendly professionals as a PBX (Hospital) Operator in Telecommunications. The PBX Operator is responsible for using computer and telephony systems to quickly and kindly answer and appropriately route incoming calls. The PBX Operator handles and announces life safety code calls using multiple systems including overhead public address and digital paging systems. The incumbent communicates clearly and professional to achieve desired goals.
After a thorough training program, the "PRN" or "On-Call and As Needed" operator typically works a scheduled shift per pay period and covers other schedules as needed (i.e. vacations, call-outs, and/or leaves).
Applies CHW Core Values to the performance of every job duty. These Values include Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.Directly related experience strongly preferred-particularly in a complex healthcare setting. High school education or equivalent.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION: Under the general direction of the PBX OperatorManager, the PBX Operator provides PBX coverage, greets and directs patients and visitors, monitors and responds to all codes and alarms. The PBX operator offers information to visitors as needed and functions as an after hour answering service for the Woodland Clinic Medical Group, Davis, Home Health and all other after hour on-call staff.
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Provides patient care and duties to assist with activities of daily living under the direction and supervision of a registered nurse.
Mercy San Juan is establishing a behavioral health crisis stabilization unit that will address challenges impacting the emergency department and make a marked difference in quality of care for patients. It marks a first for the region and raises the standard for existing crisis services across the state. The unit will advance existing crisis services to the next level in several distinctive ways:
- Provides front door integrated medical emergency and mental health care on one campus. Delays in treatment, emergency department boarding and barriers to care will be eliminated through timely access for patients to specialty services at the point of entry.
- Incorporates a robust resource center under the same roof to house peer and family navigators and community-based care coordinators to ensure aftercare planning, direct linkages to care and support services, including transportation for patients prior to discharge.
- Promotes prevention by incorporating an assessment tool for early identification and intervention of first episodic psychosis that will be developed in partnership with the UC Davis Medical Center’s Sacramento Early Diagnosis and Preventative Treatment Program.
- Engages local Managed Care Health plans operating in Sacramento and Placer County to provide navigation and support services to their public and private enrollees.
- Will serve as a direct access point for eligibility assessments and referrals of homeless individuals into the Whole Person Care Sacramento City/Sacramento County homeless initiative.
This unit will be licensed under the hospital as an outpatient mental health treatment center, with 5150 designation by Sacramento County. Services will be housed in a new modular facility, 3,300 square feet in size, located adjacent to the emergency department. The unit will initially serve 12 patients at any given time. The facility will accept both publically and privately insured adults 18 years and older on an involuntary 5150 hold or voluntary basis. It will not be an open access facility; patients who present in the emergency department, once medically cleared, will be immediately transitioned to the facility for crisis stabilization and multidisciplinary mental health evaluation for up to 23 hours.
The incumbent provides and supervises care to individuals and families. Utilizing a holistic approach the Registered Nurse provides a safe and confidential environment throughout the delivery of care. As a professional, the Registered Nurse is responsible for providing team leadership and maintaining professional development.
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Job Summary: The staff Perfusionist is a professional who is responsible for maintaining the heart and lung apparatus during cardiopulmonary bypass. Additional assignments for the staff perfusionist include setting up and operating right and/or left ventricular assist devise monitoring, set-up and insertion of intra-aortic balloon catheter, operating of intra-aortic balloon pump, intraoperative autologous recovery for transfusion, invasive pressure monitoring and participation in on-call rotation. Operation of blood gas analysis machine.
The incumbent is a member of the healthcare team who is accountable for patient care supportive services for the Family Birth Center under the direct supervision of a Registered Nurse. May access medication storage areas in accordance with their job function and hospital policy.
Under the supervision and direction of the Service Area Director of Clinical Education, the Clinical Educator is responsible for providing staff development expertise as an educator, consultant, facilitator, change agent, leader, instructional program developer and project manager. Each supports the development of the care provided across the continuum of the patient experience and fosters empowerment through knowledge to achieve excellence through the delivery of evidenced-based nursing practice and/or clinical care & competency. This occurs through the facilitation of the educational process through assessment, development, planning, implementation and evaluation of competency assessment, continuing education and leadership development. In addition, as a role model of professional behavior, the Clinical Educator is instrumental in creating a climate of compassionate care consistent with the highest standards of Dignity Health to meet the needs of the diverse units within the service area and the overall system needs of Dignity Health. Must be able to withstand physical activity which includes the ability to move or lift at least 50 pounds. Travel may be required to facilitate collaboration with entities across the service area and all facilities.
- Conducts needs assessments using a variety of strategic tools
- Assists learners in the assessment of needs and identification of outcomes
- Incorporates principles of adult learning in the planning, implementation, and evaluation of education programs
- Coordinates orientation of new staff to the organization
- Plans, prepares and maintains materials for use in educational programs for accuracy and relevance to the target audience
- Identifies and evaluates instructional materials in all types of media, formats, platforms and methodologies
- Adjusts content and teaching strategies appropriate to learner needs
- Provides educational opportunities that benefit nurses and other clinicians at all stages of their career development
- Delivers competency-based programs for nursing and clinical staff with a focus on improvement of skills and retention of knowledge
- Supports staff development with educational activities (which include remediation, certification, mentoring, life support, Joint Commission and other requirements, product roll-outs, etc.)
- Evaluates the effectiveness of educational programming
- Prepares short and long-term planning and programs to address identified needs
- Teaches content as needed and/or assigned within clinical expertise to facilitate orientation, staff development and/or safe or best-practices
- Serves as an educational consultant to facilities, task forces, committees, and projects relating to policy, procedure and program development
- Responds to regulatory mandates for research and management of sentinel events
- Responds to identified needs of Dignity Health to promote quality and safety within the patient experience
- Collaborates with Dignity Health to recommend educational strategies for the implementation of clinical standards
- Consults with staff regarding individual learning needs
- Facilitates the adult learning process, creating a climate which supports and encourages continual learning across the health system
- Identifies and recruits internal and external resources (nurse, doctor, other specialists) for educational activities
- Coordinates educational activities (includes continuing education credit, clinical affiliations, nurse residency, etc.) across Dignity Health
- Participates in committees, task forces, projects for areas as assigned within Dignity Health
- Facilitates team-building and leadership development for areas as assigned within Dignity Health
- Participates in review of activities or processes for area of coverage and department
- Change Agent
- Supports the integration of research into clinical practice
- Incorporates current educational evidence into individual practice as a staff development expert
- Responds to changes in nursing and clinical practice and develops programs to support those changes
- Ensures that educational programs are congruent with organizational missions, values, and goals
- Maintains flexibility when managing multiple roles and responsibilities
- Interprets and communicates across multiple disciplines
- Promotes a safe and healthy work environment
- Serves as a role model to promote excellence and safety
- Maintains required licensure and/or certification, as well as educational and/or clinical competencies
- Seek opportunities to develop staff in various roles
- Integrates ethical principles into all aspects of practice
- Serves as a role model for education and professional nursing and clinician practice
- Models and promotes the concept of life-long learning
- Instructional Program Developer
- Interprets, communicates, and incorporates clinical research findings into program planning & development
- Develops/coordinates education plans related to initial and ongoing competency validation
- Develops/coordinates core education to address patient population- specific nursing & clinical care
- Develops/coordinates core education for the development of clinician leaders
- Develops evidence-based educational materials
- Project Manager
- Leads committees, work groups and/or projects related to the implementation of clinical & educational initiatives
- Other duties as assigned
The Perioperative Nurse Educator is accountable for providing educational expertise in perioperative nursing as well as assisting with education throughout the organization. As a recognized expert, the Perioperative Nurse Educator acts as a mentor to the nursing staff, providing consultation and education. The Perioperative Nurse Educator is responsible for the ongoing review, revision, and management of staff clinical competencies. Further, the Periop Nurse Educator is responsible for conducting competency evaluations and for coordinating opportunities to match staff learning needs with patient care needs. The Periop Nurse Educator does not assume responsibility for an assigned case load of patients, but is required to maintain clinical competence by working directly with nursing staff in the assigned patient care areas, on a routine basis. The Periop Nurse Educator is also available throughout the organization as a resource to the nursing and ancillary staff and assists with organizing hospital-wide clinical skills day. As such, the Periop Nurse Educator may be called upon to assess a particular patient/family need and assist with development of an appropriate plan of care. The Periop Nurse Educator participates in the development and coordination of specialty programs/service and maintains certification where appropriate. The Periop Nurse Educator is responsible for the coordination of quality improvement activities and/or research studies as directed and approved by the organization. The Periop Nurse Educator is involved in quality improvement activities surrounding the implementation and management of the Periop 101 Program. The Periop Nurse Educator participates in hospital committees that involve clinical quality improvement and is responsible for bringing the information back and educating the staff in the OR, so quality of care goals are achieved. The Periop Nurse Educator will be available to orient new nurses, providing one on one, at the elbows clinical, hands-on patient care training. Due to the nature of assigned departments being operational 24/7, the Periop Nurse Educator's schedule will vary so all staff have access to the Periop Nurse Educator, and the Periop Nurse Educator has the opportunity to reach each staff member individually, as needed.
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In keeping with Marian Medical Center health care philosophy, the PreOp/PACU Nurse is an experienced practitioner who demonstrates in-depth knowledge of nursing and patient care, and has the ability to practice independently at MRMC and applicable entities. The PreOp/PACU Nurse also serves as a resource person as well as a preceptor. Under minimal supervision, the PreOp/PACU Nurse identifies and implements nursing interventions for patients and evaluates the results of these interventions for a given patient population. Supports and promotes the provision of quality patient care.
- One (1) year PACU nursing experiance.
- One (1) year specialty experience required.
- Acute care experiance within the last two (2) years required.
- Current or previous Ambulatory Surgery Center experience preferred.
- Critical care experiance preferred.
- Graduate from accredited school of nursing with a current California Registered Nurse license and CPR certification.
- PALS required within 6 months of hire
- BSN preferred.
- Demonstrates proficient intermediate nursing skills and specialty skills.
- Demonstrates a caring, compassionate attitude toward others.
- Demonstrates ability to organize and prioritize work efficiently.
- Demonstrates clear, effective written and oral English skills, and objective active-listening skills.
- Reacts calmly and efficiently in emergencies.
- Excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to work with others across all departments.
- Working knowledge of principles and practice of nursing standards.
- Ability to maintain effective working relations with hospital departments, medical staff, and co-workers, and negotiate conflict resolution.
- Ability to communicate effectively and clearly in both verbal and written form and to gather data, read, comprehend, interpret and apply pertinent principles, regulations and standards.
- Current California Registered Nurse license and BLS, ACLS certification.
The Perioperative Services Business Manager is responsible for the oversight of the Central Sterilization department for Northridge Hospital Medical Center. Manages all operational aspects of the department. Proactively determines workload priorities through planning, coordination and managing staff and providers to meet the administrative, operational and support requirements. Engages staff and promotes a positive culture that prioritizes humankindness and patient-centric care consistent with Dignity Health’s mission, vision, and values.
The incumbent will perform all duties of Housekeeping plus will fulfill an extended role of providing technical support to the efficient running of the surgical schedule. The incumbent is a member of the surgical team who is accountable for providing supportive services under the direct supervision of the circulating RN or OR Management.
The Pharmacy Technician assists Pharmacists in preparing and distributing medications, maintaining the drug inventory, and maintaining patient records. The Pharmacy Technician works under the supervision of a Registered Pharmacist to perform operational support functions such as billing/crediting, controlled substance processing, inventory control and training.
This position is required to perform distributional support functions including electronic profiling, timely and accurate labeling and preparation of products in compliance with P&P/rules/regulations and daily operation/oversight of the Automated dispensing Robot-Rx. Single Access This position may have access to third party credit card information and transactional systems (cash registers, point of sale devices, applications supporting credit card transactions, and reports or other documents containing credit card information) from single transactions or a single card at a time.
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Reports to Director of Pharmacy. Directed by Director of Pharmacy, senior pharmacists and pharmacists.Performs preparation and distribution of medications, maintain the drug inventory, process patient charges, maintain patient records and all other activities of the pharmacy department under the supervision of licensed pharmacist.
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Reports to Director of Pharmacy. Directed by Director of Pharmacy, senior pharmacists and pharmacists. Is expected to perform duties in alignment with the mission and policies of the organization.Performs preparation and distribution of medications, maintain the drug inventory, process patient charges, maintain patient records and all other activities of the pharmacy department under the supervision of licensed pharmacist.
The Staff Pharmacist is responsible for drug preparation and distribution, both personally and through general supervision of pharmacy interns and technicians. Assists physicians and other health care professionals by providing patient specific drug information and drug therapy recommendations, screens medication orders for appropriateness, physical and therapeutic compatibilities and allergies, maintain patient profiles, and consults with physicians when necessary. Manages drug therapy for selected patients per protocol and with physician authorization, and manages pharmacy inventory, both personally and through supervision of pharmacy technical personnel.
Position Summary:Clinical staff Pharmacist is responsible for the accurate identification, preparation and distribution of drugs, the monitoring of patient drug therapies, and the provision of pharmaceutical care to patients served. Pharmacists supervise and direct ancillary personnel (technicians, interns) working in their immediate area. In the absence of a pharmacy supervisor, a pharmacist may be required to assume essential responsibilities and perform the duties of the pharmacy manager. Duties include handling credit card payments according to Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS). In addition to the normal background check, a credit check screening will be completed in compliance with Dignity Health policy. This position provides care/service to the acutely ill patient from neonatal through geriatric patient population in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional and/or developmental age of the individual served.
The Pharmacist will interpret, screen and fill orders for parenteral and oral medications, monitor patient drug therapies via approved pharmacy protocols/guidelines and provide drug information to patients and other health care providers. The Pharmacist is responsible for the enforcement of formulary initiatives as determined by the Pharmacy Management. This position will supervise and direct support personnel working directly under them. The Pharmacist is responsible for all medications dispensed to the patient during their shift. In the absence of the Pharmacy Manager, the Pharmacist may be required to assume the essential responsibilities and perform the duties of the Pharmacy Manager.
Under general supervision, is responsible for the delivery and documentation of pharmaceutical care provided to patients using the medication use process (selecting, prescribing, dispensing, administration and monitoring of medications).