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The Radiologic Staff Technologist is a Registered Radiologic Technologist, who, under the direction of the Radiologist or supervising technologist, performs radiographic procedures at a technical level not requiring constant supervision of technical detail. Must strictly adhere to the State of California Radiation Safety Regulations as it applies to worker and patient safety.
The Aide Orderly (Certified Nurse Assistant, CNA) performs basic patient care, observations, and diagnostic services for the unit specific patient population within the guidelines of hospital policies and procedures under the direct supervision of their Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN), Registered Nurse (RN), and/or Nurse Management Member. 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.
Safely performs quality diagnostic procedures and provides appropriate level of patient care. Performs MRI procedures with minimal supervision, requiring understanding of anatomy, physiology and resonance factors. Produces and reviews images to ensure diagnostic quality.
Performs quality patient care in collaboration with the Physician and Registered Nurse during all cardiac and peripheral diagnostic and interventional procedures and electrophysiology studies. Under the general direction of the invasive cardiologist, assists in all duties related to catheterization lab procedures.
- Primarily responsible for radiographic equipment, radiographs, and related imaging and archiving.
- Participates as a surgical scrub tech as necessary.
- Monitors and processes hemodynamic data.
- Assists with the maintenance of equipment and inventory.
- Assesses procedure room for equipment functioning and readiness.
- Obtains supplies for individual cases.
- Performs duties in alignment with the mission and policies of the organization.
- Utilizes professional and hospital standards of care and standards of practice to guide care delivered to the patient.
- Maintains patient safety and confidentiality during the hospital stay.
- Performs duties in support of and in compliance with the PI plan, TJC, and other regulatory agencies.
- Provides professional patient care in accordance with the appropriate scope of practice
Consistent with scope of licensure, parameters of the California Nurse Practice Act, and Mercy Medical Center (MMC) policy and procedure, renders direct and indirect nursing care to assigned patient populations.
- Assesses patients for nursing needs, establishes and implements a problem oriented plan of nursing care, and evaluates the effectiveness of care provided.
- Provides immediate direction to other members of the nursing care team to assure the appropriate provision of nursing services. Patient age populations served, and the specific competencies that comprise this job title may vary among nursing units. These specifics are found in the "Department/ Unit Orientation & Initial Assessment of Competency" checklists for this unit/position, and by reference- form a part of this job description.
The Clinical Nurse Specialist for the PEDS and PICU Department will have accountability for planning, staff development, orientation, patient/family education, quality management and research, consultation, communication, professional relationships, and professional development as appropriate.
Applies Dignity Health Core Values to the performance of every job duty. These Values include Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence. Under the direction of the Director of Surgical Services and Charge Nurse, the Operating Room Staff Nurse utilizes principles of the Nursing Process, to provide individualized, goal-directed, professional nursing care to patients undergoing surgery. Responsible for supervising the care given by Operating Room Technicians, Surgical Attendants, and others working under her/his direction.
In accordance with the mission and philosophy of Dignity Health-St. Rose Dominican Hospitals, the Staff Chaplain is a professional who assumes responsibility and accountability for providing pastoral care for patients and their families. He/she applies the Core Values to the performance of every job duty. These Values include Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence.
Supervises a unit of service that contributes collectively to the provision of high quality patient care. Monitors and supports the desired outcomes as established for their specific area of responsibility.
- Collaborates with other area supervisors as required to support the hospital's role as a community health service provider.
- Assists in implementing a unit Quality Management Program consistent with hospital wide Performance Improvement Plan. Operates the units within the financial and productivity guidelines, setting goals and developing policies that support this objective.
- Provides for quality services by ensuring that the staff are well trained in the services to be provided.
- Addresses, escalates or resolves unit issues, including problem resolution related to customer complaints, concerns and suggestions.
nurse, staff nurse, registered nurse, rn, charge nurse, lead, assistant nurse manager, clinical coordinator, supervisor, home health, hospice, in home care, palliative care
The Registered Nurse Per Diem is the professional person responsible for the provision of total patient care to a specific group of patients, utilizing the nursing process. The Registered Nurse Per Diem is responsible for the coordination of services provided by other members of the health care team within the guidelines of hospital policy and procedures. The Registered Nurse Per Diem may act in a charge nurse capacity and, as such, directs and supervises nursing care within a specific assigned unit in the absence of and in conjunction with the Nurse Manager. The Registered Nurse Per Diem identify and correct nursing service problems and maintain patient care in accordance with hospital policy and regulatory agencies while effectively utilizing the chain of command. 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 direction and supervision of a pharmacist, fills individual drug orders from the pharmacy medication profile. Prepares intravenous additive solutions for individual patients from the IV profile. Prepares bulk solutions.
The Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) is responsible for knowing his/her professional scope of orientation period that includes demonstrating skills and behaviors that meet a fully competent level of performance. The LVN maintains a clean, organized, and safe environment, and performs patient care services that support the physician / provider's practice under the clinical supervision of the Physician, Registered Nurse, Nurse Practitioner, Physician's Assistant or other licensed staff.
- Assisting in prepping patients for examinations or procedures, assisting with procedures, relaying instructions from the physician to a patient or authorized person, and collecting patient data
- Documenting patient concerns, patient messages, and care provided to the patient in the patients medical record for the physician's review
- Administrating medications specifically directed by the physician and performing accurate vital sign measurements and documentation
- Providing leadership to support staff
This position may have access to third party credit card information and transaction 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.
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.
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.
The Wound Care Nurse is a skilled and experienced professional Registered Nurse (RN) responsible for the development, coordination, intervention, and monitoring of the Neurological Care Unit's Wound Care Program. The Wound Care Nurse provides expert direction and support, establishes standards of care and clinical competencies to meet patient needs, and training to ensure quality clinical care. The Wound Care Nurse is responsible for quality initiatives and compliance. The wound care nurse works collaboratively with the medical staff, and provides education to patients, caregivers and staff on wound, ostomy and continence care. 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.
Minimum of three (3) years Registered Nurse experience in LTC, medical/surgical care in acute setting. Must have at least 2 full-time or four years of part-time wound care experience that must have taken place in the last five (5) years. Minimum of three (3) years Registered Nurse experience in LTC, medical/surgical care in acute setting. Must have at least 2 full-time or four years of part-time wound care experience that must have taken place in the last five (5) years. RN required graduate of accredited Registered Program Bachelor's (BA) degree in Nursing graduate of accredited Registered Nurse Program. Current certification in Wound, Ostomy and Continence (CWOCN Current Wound Care Certification (WCC) Wound Care Active California Registered Nurse
This position performs and is responsible for a variety of nursing functions that include; assessment, identification of needs, planning, implementing appropriate interventions, documentation, evaluation, explanation of procedures, checking for and or obtaining consents, obtaining vitals, observing cardiac monitors, operating suction, oxygen, and power injectors and maintaining patients' comfort during radiographic procedures. These procedures include but are not limited to percutaneous biopsy, myelography, bronchoscopy, stress echocardiograms, transesophageal echocardiograms, pediatric voiding cystourethrograms, CTs, MRIs, Dobutamine echos and any procedure requiring sedation and analgesia or contrast injection. The position is also responsible for nursing administrative duties such as invasive procedure patient follow-up, patient education including discharge instruction, radiology staff in-service education, and assistance in procedure manual upkeep. The radiology nurse will assist in coordinating the patient's schedule to insure that all procedures are performed in a safe and efficient manner. This position also addresses the psychosocial needs of the patient specifically in regards population specifics and acts as educator and resource person to patients and their families. The position may also provide nursing back up in the Special Procedures and Cardiovascular labs. This position takes direction from radiologists, cardiologists, and other physicians as well as the Radiology Manager.
- Two years of recent critical care experience required
- Valid California license to practice as a Registered Nurse (CARN)
- Current certification in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (CT ACLS)
- Current certification in Basic Life Support (CT BLS)
Position Summary: The home care RN provides and/or supervises skilled nursing care services to patients in the home as directed by physicians.
MethodistHospital, amember of Dignity Health, is currently looking for a Special Procedure Technologist toadd to their hospital staff. The incumbent performs general radiographic procedures as well as more complex procedures according to written or transcribed verbal orders of a physician within the scope of his/her certification. Demonstrates competency in patient care for neonate, pediatric, adult, and geriatric patients. Technologist can be required to participate in the department's call schedule to ensure coverage of weeknights, weekends and holidays. Special Skills:
- Knowledge of anatomy and physiology for Imaging including crosssectional relationships, medical terminology relating to Imaging procedures,principles of operation and care of x-ray machines and accessory equipment
- Currently accepted diagnostic radiology and special procedures ttraining, radiation safety requirements and practices for the operator, patient and public, image processing systems, mechanical and electrical safety practices and requirements in the patient examination environment, preparation,use and hazards of diagnostic contrast materials.
- Ability to minimize radiation exposure to patients, self andother persons, perform general and specialized Radiologic procedures which meet the department's standard of quality, recognize and respond to allergic reactions and other life threatening patient conditions which might arise during the examination process
- Act courteously and with tact in dealing with patients, visitors and the public
- Effectively and empathetically deal with agitated, ill and distressed patients
- Develop and maintain a cooperative working relationship with physicians and other healthcare personnel, maintain confidentiality of patient records and information, coordinate several assignments and establish work priorities
- Work effectively to adjust priorities as circumstances require
- Organize work assignments, maintaining accurate and complete records, maintain a high degree of accuracy in procedural details and required documentation
- Accurately operates and cares for Information System computersin the department, work independently on-call covering all normal clerical and technical functions, operate in and maintain a sterile environment.
Under the direct supervision from the Technical Supervisor, Charge Technologist, Director of Imaging and indirect supervision from the Imaging Medical Director performs diagnostic procedures according to established standards and department policies. Prepares diagnostic procedures for interpretation in accordance with established department policies and procedures. Also performs a variety of other duties including scheduling procedures, answering telephones, and interacting with other departmental and hospital employees. 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. Requirements: One year experience as a diagnostic staff technologist in a hospital setting or student with clinical training at SBMC. Graduate of school of Radiologic Technology. California Radiology Technology license (C.R.T) BLS, California Radiologic Technology fluoroscopy permit within 12 months of employment in the position. American Registry of Radiologic technology license (A.R.R.T) preferred
In keeping with the Pacific Central Coast Health Center's philosophy,under the direction and supervision of the Operational and/or Medical Director, the medical assistant will assist licensed medical staff in the preparation of patients for delivery of services utilizing basic administrative clerical and technical skills.
- One - three years experience working in a clinic setting or physician office.
- BLS required
- Experience also preferred in working with low-income and Spanish-speaking persons.
- Phlebotomy certification preferred.
- Certified Medical Assistant preferred.
- Bi-lingual, Spanish speaking preferred
Ability to move quickly from one task to another independently. Ability to communicate effectively with peers, staff and supervisor.
Ability to take instructions, comprehend and follow through effectively. Good verbal and written communications skills. Ability to read, write, comprehend and follow written and oral instructions in English Will have direct patient contact. Computer literate with the ability to type accurately at a moderate pace. Ability to ensure that diagnosis correlates with the procedure/exam requested.