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In collaboration with the physician/medical director, clinical responsibility for tasks performed within Nurse Practitioner's scope of practice. NP will work in an outpatient clinic at St. Francis Hospital Chemo/MS Infusion and Pain Center. The job will also entail seeing patients independently in the Pain and MS clinic as follow-up appointments after they have seen the physician. Order narcotics and other supportive care medications are ordered based on patient's needs. NP will be supervising both RN Infusion and Spine Procedures. Provide hospital based (care provider, triage, and patient education) services. NP is a critical member of the management and patient care team, serving as physician extenders by contributing essential skill sets and performing key roles to supervise chemotherapy administration and address chemotherapy/ multiple sclerosis scheduling, administer antibiotics, hydration and blood transfusions. Develop programs and train new staff nurses. NP will provide assistance with orders, adhering to authorization criteria, new starts, and oversight of schedule as well as pitching in to help when needed. This clinic also has a separate infusion center which takes care of patients with a diagnosis of cancer and multiple sclerosis, receiving infusion-based chemotherapy drugs. Review test results and consult with physicians as necessary prior to communicating with patients and their families. NP is expected to have experience infusing chemotherapy drugs.
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. Anticipate patients needs. 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.
IMAGING TECH I
RADIOLOGY - DIAGNOSTIC UNIT
Northridge Hospital Medical Center
The Imaging Tech is responsible for the routine daily operation of the Radiology department. Functions and performs duties as assigned by the supervisor and manager.
This position is represented by SEIU-UHW and is covered by the terms and conditions of the applicable collective bargaining agreement
This position is responsible for providing pharmacy informatics support for the implementation, management, and maintenance of new and existing pharmacy related software products. The incumbent will also serve as liaison between pharmacy, IS staff, vendors, and other departments to ensure that user needs are met and system-wide information technology standards are adhered to. The incumbent will be expected to maintain competency in the practice of all areas of pharmacy and may be called upon to assist with departmental staffing. Ensures that all actions taken and methods to produce results incorporate and promote the Dignity Health Mission, Vision, Values, and value based Service Standards.
- Works closely with pharmacy managers, vendors and revenue analysts to ensure proper maintenance of pharmacy system tables
- Obtains, implements tests and documents user requests for pharmacy compendium additions and modifications
- Develops data entry interfaces for complex medication protocol orders and works closely with staff pharmacists to ensure protocol orders enable accurate and consistent data entry multi-ingredient drug orders
- Develops and maintains interfaces in accordance with standardized hospital physician order sets
- Performs other programming and maintenance tasks as required
- Assists pharmacy managers with coordination of activities related to new pharmacy or clinical system implementation
- Assists vendors and project teams in developing and documenting user requirements
- Assists vendors and project teams in testing efforts and end-user training
- Provides inpatient pharmacy staffing sup[port as needed
- Serving as a consultant, advise and trainer to all pharmacy computer application users
- Coordinates pharmacy informatics policies and procedures throughout facilities.
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, Joint Commission and other licensing, accrediting and regulatory agencies. Is responsible to support the Nurse Manager of the unit to manage and coordinate clinical operations in order to provide quality direct patient care to the pediatric, adult and geriatric population. Ensures all aspects of documentation, care planning and patient care delivery to meet regulatory requirements. Responsible for fostering a positive interactive team milieu. Facilitates optimal environment to support orientation, competency validation.
The incumbent performs diagnostic imaging procedures according to the written or transcribed verbal orders of a physician and within the scope of his or her Certification at all MHS facilities under the direction of the Imaging Supervisor and the Medical Director of Radiology. Demonstrates competency in patient care for neonate, pediatric, adult, and geriatric patients. The incumbent shall demonstrate behaviors consistent with the core (Mercy) values in support with Mercy General Hospital and the Mission and Philosophy of Dignity Health.
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Under general supervision, the psychiatric social worker provides direct social services to patients and their families on the inpatient and outpatient psychiatric services at Saint Francis Memorial Hospital. The psychiatric social worker provides consultative and direct care to patients outside the inpatient psych unit with regard to legal proceedings around involuntary admission and treatment. MSW degree required.
Under the Manager or designee, the staff nurse provides and documents, goal-oriented nursing care to adolescent patients in accordance with the philosophy and policies of St. Mary’s Medical Center. The staff nurse utilizes principles of the nursing process and coordinates clinically related activities to provide for the effective delivery of healthcare. Responsible to supervise the care given by the LPTs, MHCs, LVNs and Unit Clerks, and others working under his/her direction. Applies 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 performing a variety of radiographic, fluoroscopic and specialized procedures at a technical level not requiring constant supervision., under the general direction of a radiologist and Radiology Administration.
Registered Nurse - Emergency ServicesNorthridge Hospital Medical Center The EMERGENCY SERVICES unit at Northridge Hospital Medical Center is actively seeking individuals who demonstrate patient care excellence. We are seeking a Registered Nurse (RN) for the EMERGENCY SERVICES 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.
Our fast-paced 35-bed Emergency Department receives more ambulance traffic than any Emergency Department in the Sacramento area. Skilled physicians work closely with specially trained nurses and other healthcare professionals as the Emergency Department averages 80,000 patient visits each year. The Emergency Department is the key component to the Mercy Trauma Center, which is recognized nationally as a leader in trauma care and has achieved verification from the American College of Surgeons. We are also very proud of our high employee satisfaction scores, which can be attributed to our collaborative practice with physicians, management and our involvement of staff in peer interviews. The Emergency Department also helped Mercy San Juan gain its national designation as a primary stroke center. If you enjoy a busy and multi-faceted, team-oriented Emergency Department environment this is the place for you!!
The incumbent is a professional who provides and supervises care to individuals and families. Utilizing a holistic approach, the incumbent provides patient and family care based on the nursing process and consistently provides a safe and confidential environment throughout the delivery of care. As a professional, the incumbent is responsible for providing leadership and maintaining personal professional development.
The incumbent shall demonstrate behaviors consistent with the core (Mercy) values in support with Mercy San Juan Medical Center and the Mission and Philosophy of Dignity Health. emergency, ed, er, emergency services, triage, trauma, tncc, micn, rapid response, urgent, nurse, registered nurse, staff nurse, rn, charge nurse, ena, ccrn, cen
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Performs all diagnostic radiology, with the exceptions of some special procedures.
The Licensed Clinical Social Worker is responsible for performing social work assessments and interventions as needed for inpatients, outpatients and emergency department patients. They are dedicated to patient and family centered care that values personal self-determination, skilled at managing multiple priorities at once, and engaging in creative, compassionate and ethical problem-solving. As a member of a multidisciplinary health team, they perform comprehensive assessments and develop treatment plans that integrate the medical, social and resource issues that impact individual patients, families and at risk populations. Licensed Clinical Social Workers are responsible for working collaboratively with all healthcare team members to develop and implement treatment plans that support patient-centered plan of care for both individual patients and the medical community. The functions of the Licensed Clinical Social Worker includes crisis intervention, patient /family intervention, high risk screening, brief counseling, referring for financial or other identified resource needs, arrange and facilitate family/patient representative meetings with the health care team as needed, assist in post acute placement on complex discharges and engagement of appropriate agencies or community resources when high risk patients are identified. The Licensed Clinical Social Worker establishes and maintains professional relationships with physicians, case managers, nursing staff, county agencies, community resources, patients and families. The position will be required to serve on hospital committees and take part in developing and presenting in-services to Hospital staff.
Responsible for all day-to-day clinic operation activities that support patients, physicians, clinic staff, hospital staff, patient family members, and vendors by offering leadership, vision, open communications, solutions, and customer service. Directly responsible for interviewing, hiring, training, preparing reviews, rewarding, disciplining, and terminating employees per CHWMF policies and procedures. Under the direction of their Operations Manager ensure all Regulatory, HIPAA, Health and Safety, and other Compliance directives meet standards. Maintain and improve operations through efficient use of organizational resources and systems, contribute to a fiscally responsible cost effective department budget, and ensure organizational goals, benchmarks, quality patient care initiatives, and objectives are meeting or exceeding standards. May be asked to perform other duties not listed as needed.
-One (1) year experience in an outpatient setting as a Chief Technologist preferred.
-High School diploma or equivalent.
-Satisfactory completion of a formal AMA school of Radiologic Technology or equivalent to an AMA Technologic program. Must be licensed by the State of California in CRT.
-Impact of Decisions: Serious impact on patient relationships, patient outcomes, physician efficiency, stewardship of clinic resources, and our image in the community.
-Internal/External Contacts: Patients, physicians and other clinic staff, hospital staff, patient family members and vendors.
-Reports to the Operations Manager.
-Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and customer service skills are essential.
-Demonstrated knowledge of anatomy and physiology for imaging, proper operation of and care of radiology diagnostic equipment, and radiation safety is required.
-Medical terminology and familiarity with an electronic practice management system and PACS is preferred.
-Maintain current California license in CRT.
Join us now as we are seeking Adjunct Faculty to provides classroom, clinical and / or laboratory instruction to nursing students in the areas of nursing concepts and clinical practice, uses traditional, non-traditional, and innovative methods of instructions, including the use of technology; uses effective interpersonal, leadership, and organizational skills while instructing in an integrated curriculum that emphasizes professionalism, ethical decision-making, accountability, critical thinking, and effective communication; utilizes the application of liberal arts constructs, science, health, nursing theories, and evidence-based practice to achieve these curriculum outcomes. Demonstrates a commitment to student academic success; assists students in acquiring the intellectual and psychomotor skills necessary for the practice of nursing and is accountable for the promotion of safe and effective nursing through teaching, service, and collaboration with other professionals. Located in Phoenix, Az, 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.
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In keeping with the Marian 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.
The Electronic Medical Record Associate position is responsible for the effective management, maintenance, and protection of patient medical information utilizing an electronic medical records system. Provides support to our patients, physicians, other clinic staff, internal and external laboratory and imaging staff, family members, hospital staff, and vendors by offering customer service, communications, and appropriate distribution of information. The EMR Associate may also perform a variety of other duties including but not limited to preparing and processing medical information into an EMR system by, scanning, batch scanning, quality checks, post scanning, and research. The EMR Associate may also be asked to do some clerical work, special projects, or float to other facilities as needed and requested to support daily clinic operation goals, bench marks, and quality patient care initiatives per departmental guidelines.
- High school diploma (or equivalent) required
- Excellent interpersonal, organizational, and customer service skills
- Keyboarding skills and the ability to utilize computer equipment and software
- Experience with other types of standard office equipment
- Ability to multitask, identify form types, and perform research duties
- One (1) year experience working in a Health Information Management setting or similar environment preferred
- One (1) year of experience working with an Electronic Medical Records system preferred
- Familiarity with an electronic practice management system is preferred
- Knowledge of medical record formats, basic anatomy and medical terminology preferred.
The Care Coordinator RN 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 barriers 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.
TRANSPORTER PATIENT TRANSPORTATION DEPT.
Northridge Hospital Medical Center The Patient Transporter performs tasks that are directly involved with the transportation of patients and specimens within the hospital and/or dispatching of transporters for patients to and from all departments as needed in order to provide timely and consistent delivery. Assists nursing with the lifting/moving of patients when necessary to ensure a smooth transport process for the customers. Transports patients in gurneys or wheelchairs in a safe and courteous manner.
This position is responsible for performing a variety of radiographic, fluoroscopic and specialized procedures at a technical level not requiring constant supervision, under the general direction of a radiologist and Radiology Administration.