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The Staff Nurse II is responsible for direct and indirect delivery of patient care for a wide variety of patient population through the use of the nursing process and maintenance of the standards of professional nursing practice. The Registered Nurse promotes compliance and support of policies and achieves trust in professional collegial relationships.
About This Position
In keeping with the French Hospital 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. In addition to these major responsibilities, the Registered Nurse may be assigned other duties.
RN Selection Criteria
Minimum two years Acute Care Experience. Current ACLS, PALS/ENPC certification. Graduate of an accredited RN program. Currently licensed by the State of California as a Registered Nurse. Current ACLS, PALS/ENPC certification.
Dignity Health is looking for nurses who are committed to providing optimal patient care. To support this initiative, we’ve improved our process for identifying the best candidates for Dignity Health. In order to be considered for a nursing position, you will be asked to complete online, a basic math test and a behavioral assessment to determine who is most likely to be successful at Dignity Health. In addition, we ask that you provide up to three professional references and a copy of your most recent performance evaluation. This helps us to gain additional insights on how you would fit into Dignity Health's culture. After completing your application, please be sure to check your email and/or log into your profile for a status update. emergency
Position Summary:A Radiology Technologist, under general supervision, performs a variety of fixed and portable radiographs according to department quality standards. This position requires providing care/service to a critically ill through rehabilitating newborn through geriatric patient population in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional/developmental age of the individual served.
The Senior Director of Nursing position will oversee the inpatient adult care services including Medical-Surgical/Orthopedic Care, Telemetry, Critical Care, Respiratory, Nursing Administration, and Float pool. Provides expert clinical and administrative guidance in a specialized field; coordinates patient care quality initiatives to ensure patient safety. Provides operational direction to ensure efficiency and effectiveness of clinical operations that meet the expectations of our customers.
Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Assesses a healthcare facility's nursing practice and its impact on patient outcomes. Oversees established patient care standards and develops and implements quality improvement initiatives.
- Provides clinical direction to nursing staff in the delivery of patient care programs. Provides complex, direct patient care, often in an area of specialty.
- Provides operational leadership oversight to direct reports including Director of Medical-Surgical/Orthopedic Care, Director of Telemetry, and Director of Critical Care.
- Provides consultative care and guidance to patients, family, and other members of the clinical staff.
- Conducts research into area of specialty and uses findings to provide measurable improvements in patient care and clinical outcomes.
The Security Officer is expected to provide a reasonably safe and secure environment for all who enter Dignity Health properties and to assure the physical security of buildings and grounds. It is expected that the security officer will demonstrate behavior consistent with Dignity Health core value and humankindness. The security officer shall support Dignity Health’s strategic plan and the goals and direction of the quality improvement/process improvement activities. Responsibilities include:
- Protecting staff, patients, and visitors by responding to calls for assistance in a timely and prudent manner such as violent or unruly patients, visitors, crimes committed or in progress, opening doors, and responding to emergency codes.
- Patrol the facility and grounds by foot or vehicle; monitor security alarms and dispatch officers promptly to location(s) where needed, and report unsafe acts or conditions.
- Knowledge of emergency procedures, equipment, supplies, reports HIPPA breaches if witnessed; investigate security breaches, conduct follow-up investigations, and write incident reports.
- Log all activities in a daily log to accurately record events; and (2) complete clear, concise, and legible reports in a timely manner; use appropriate emergency and radio codes in dispatching security officers while knowing hospital campus to ensure that those dispatched are to right location.
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Our Occupational Therapt Assistant positions are critical to the success of St. Joseph's Medical Center and require the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of Dignity Health. It is expected that our employees demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values.
Under the supervision of licensed Occupational Therapist,The Occupational Therapt Assistant provides designated occupational therapy related services as outlined in the patients plan of care. This position requires providing care/service to an acutely ill through rehabilitating neonatal through geriatric patient population in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional and/or developmental age of the individual served.
The Staff Nurse II is responsible for direct and indirect delivery of patient care for a wide variety of patient population through the use of the nursing process and maintenance of the standards of professional nursing practice. The Registered Nurse promotes compliance and support of policies and achieves trust in professional collegial relationships. Applies Dignity Health Core Values to the performance of every job duty. These Values include Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.
· Experience in critical care setting strongly preferred, but combination of education, other experience and specialty training may be considered.
· Basic computer skills. Experience with electronic medical record preferred.
· CA RN license
· ACLS, BLS and PALS or ENPC issued by AHA required.
· CareConnect MAR experience
· Advanced Burn Life Support (ABLS) certification preferred.
· Certified Critical Care Nurse
The Care Coordinator 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 barreris 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.
Position Summary: Partners with the Director of Digital Engagements to employ multiple Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and YouTube accounts to engage with influencers, consumers, patients and potential employees. Creates and manages audience engagement and growth strategies for Dignity Health. Recommends and helps implement social media tactics to support Dignity Health branding initiatives. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Engages with the variety of social media communities on a daily basis. Analyzes and reports relevant data that informs and shapes our audiences’ engagement and growth strategy.
- Drafts, edits, and posts appropriate copy for use on social media. Manages content creation across our various websites.
- Works with marketing, service areas, public relations, customer service and others to respond to community questions and comments. Engages with influencers, advocates, and media through social media channels.
- Manages day-to-day activities with internal stakeholders and agency partners. Coordinates with social media managers across the service areas.
- Must have incredible attention to detail, be highly organized and deadline driven.
- Must be able to implement and execute strategic ideas into actionable work.
- Expectation is to work from corporate office.
JOIN US NOW as we are seeking a dynamic PHYSICAL THERAPY AIDE who is passionate about the health and well-being of our patients to assist Physical Therapists in performing physical therapy procedures. This position also maintains inventory, department files, and assists with maintenance of a clean, safe, orderly department.
Under the direction of the Hospital Chief Operating Officer ( COO), Vice President of Transplant and MCS(VP), the multi-organ leadership team (MOLT) and in collaboration with members of our multidisciplinary transplant team, community partners and Market Development team, this role has the responsibility to develop, maintain and sustain close connections and communication between local and rural community physicians and hospitals, along with national and international presence for community outreach activities and services to educate, promote and grow our transplant and MCS programs with regards to direct patient education and clinical partners education targeted across Dignity Hospital/Market services and service lines growth goals. The Outreach Coordinator will become acutely knowledgeable in each organ (kidney, liver, lung, living donor, and MCS/heart) service lines to educate and increase interest in and awareness of those services offered at SJHMC and Dignity for tertiary and quaternary care surrounding transplant and MCS. The purpose of this program is to educate and build on existing physician & hospitals relations, establish relations with new physicians & hospitals (dignity wide, national and international) and identify barriers to physician & hospital staff satisfaction with Dignity Hospital services and communicate issues to the Transplant VP and hospital leadership with follow up to physicians and hospital management with regard to addressing the identified issues.
Type of work includes patient tray-line, cold food production patient/cafeteria, dish room, patient nourishment station, pots/pans station, dessert preparation, delivering patient trays to patient rooms, picking up patient trays, deliver/pick-up patient menus, cafeteria cashier station, doctors' dining room, catering, general food production, stock person, inventory maintenance, sanitation.
One year experience in Food Services required. Hospital experience preferred.
-Consistently and positively communicates and collaborates with colleagues, supervisors, and customers, both internal and external
-Efficiently and independently plans time, meets deadlines, initiates and follows through on tasks
-Listens respectfully and carefully, demonstrating flexibility in working with others
-Demonstrates sensitivity to people of different cultures and works effectively with them
-Meets attendance standards and uses timekeeping system accurately and consistently
The Audiologist will identify, evaluate, habilitate/rehabilitate individuals with either peripheral or central auditory impairments, vestibular/balance testing, and strive to prevent such impairments.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
1. Develop and oversee hearing screening programs to detect individuals with hearing loss of all ages.
2. Perform speech or language screening, or other screening measures, for the purpose of initial identification and referral of persons with other communication disorders.
3. Administration and interpretation of behavioral and electrophysiologic measures of the peripheral and central auditory systems.
4. Administration and interpretations of clinical and electrophysiologic tests of equilibrium by using standardized testing procedures as appropriately calibrated instrumentation.
1. Responsible for the evaluation and fitting of amplification devices, including assistive listening devices. Determines the appropriateness of amplifications systems for persons with hearing impairments, evaluates benefits, and provides counseling and training regarding their use.
2. Design, implement and coordinate industrial and community hearing conservation programs.
3. Administer and interpret electrophysiological measurements of neural function.
4. Maintain professional appearance and personal conduct at all times.
5. Work as a team member within the department and all other departments.
6. Effectively cope with typical job stress.
7. Document work processes as required.
8. Referral to appropriate resources (such as the Early Start program for children, or Self Help for Hard of Hearing (SHHH), etc.) Perform other duties as assigned.
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About This Position:
Performs such typical distinguishing duties as: evaluating patients, participating in the treatment program planning; administering speech therapy modalities, procedures and tests; documenting accurate patient records and progress notes; maintaining appropriate oral or written contact with the referring physician and co-workers. Ensures a clean and safe work environment by being alert for unsafe conditions and malfunctioning equipment and using appropriate procedures for their correction. Performs other related duties, such as participating in all departmental functions and activities as required, including in-service education, clerical and other tasks relevant to effective department function as necessary. Two years professional experience as a speech therapist preferred; working with adult and child language and speech disorders and swallowing, preferred.
New graduates considered on individual basis. Licensed, or eligible for licensure, by the State of California Board of Medical Quality Assurance. CPR certification. Contractors will also provide proof of professional liability, annual PPD and Physical Exam Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, clearly, concisely, and accurately; possesses good interpersonal skills. Demonstrates basic knowledge of the principles, techniques, and procedures within the scope of their practice as a Speech Therapist. Demonstrates ability to organize and prioritize work efficiently. Demonstrates ability to function in a team environment, collaborating with other patient-care team members, physicians, and patients and their families. Ability to teach techniques and procedures of speech therapy to patients and their caregivers. Able to work with minimal supervision. Licensed, or eligible for licensure, by the State of California Board of Medical Quality Assurance. CPR certification.
At Dignity Health Mercy Gilbert Medical Center, we deliver humankindness through a wide range of health, social and support services in the heart of Gilbert, 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.
The CARE COORDINATION DEPARTMENT at Mercy Gilbert Medical Center plays a critical role in providing exceptional patient care to its birth to adult in-patient population. By coordinating the delivery of healthcare and social services while balancing individually identified patient and family, medical and psychosocial needs with cost-effective and available resources members of the Care Coordination Team are dedicated to furthering the mission of the Hospital.
In keeping with the Dignity Health core values, a CLS II performs routine and complex testing in multiple areas of the clinical laboratory in a timely manner with a minimum of direct supervision. Provides training and technical assistance for coworkers. Monitors and evaluates quality control for testing performed. Performs routing maintenance and repair on instruments utilized.
This position is represented by SEIU-UHW and is covered by the terms and conditions of the applicable collective bargaining agreement.
This therapist assesses, delivers, and documents respiratory care to include pulmonary hygiene and airway management and performs diagnostic exams as necessary. Manages all patients on ventilators and related life support equipment. Performs routine blood gas analysis. Assesses, plans, and evaluates the patient plan of care utilizing multiple respiratory modalities, respiratory therapy driven protocols, and advanced ventilation techniques.
In keeping with the Dignity Health core values, the Radiology Tech III performs all diagnostic radiology procedures and specialty procedures at a technical level not requiring constant supervision to technical detail. Performs a variety of technical procedures that will require independent judgment with ingenuity and initiative.
KEY WORDS: RADIOLOGY, CT ARRT , CT CPRBLS , CT RTT , FLUORPMT, HOSPITAL HEALTHCARE.
Under the general direction of the Helping Hands Supervisor, the van driver will transport Helping Hands clients to and from doctor appointments, grocery shopping, prescription pick-up, personal errands and social activities.
- May include nutritional home delivery.
- Coordinate vehicle maintenance as required.
- Perform non-technical vehicle maintenance as required.
In accordance with the mission and philosophy of Dignity Health, the Vice President of Strategic Marketing and Communications, Bay Service Area is a professional who assumes responsibility and accountability for the marketing and communication functions for the Bay Service Area under the direction of the Chief Strategy Officer, applying Dignity Health Core Values to the performance of every job duty. These Values include Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.
This position is responsible for planning and leading the Marketing and Communications efforts across the services area including St. Mary’s Medical Center, Saint Francis Memorial Hospital, Sequoia Hospital, and Dominican Hospital. The marketing function is charged with service line growth, working with corporate agencies to promote key service lines, increasing brand awareness, and facility specific marketing needs. The communications function is charged with the management of all internal and external communications activities supporting the service area and is responsible for managing the media. This position may also be responsible for corporate wide initiatives such as Women’s Service line marketing.
The position may also work in collaboration with the Dignity Health Medical Group marketing director. Positions reporting to this position include hospital based marketing managers, Bay Area graphic designer, Bay Area digital marketing manager and the Bay Area Manager of communications. The position is responsible for the marketing and communications budget across the service area. This position has indirect reporting relationships to the corporate marketing and communication team: VP of Communications, VP of Brand and VP of Service Line Marketing.