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Supports the nursing director in areas of acuity, scheduling and staffing, as well as other staffing office functions. Responsible for managing the coordination and pre-processing of all patient admissions and/or internal placement of patient admissions, transfers.
STAFFING COORDINATOR – NURSING ADMINISTRATIONNorthridge Hospital Medical Center The Staffing Coordinator is responsible for a variety of tasks that lead to a high level of customer satisfaction in the most cost-effective manner. Under direct supervision, develops and maintains staffing schedules and assists with staff scheduling as requested by the Department Manager or designee. Maintains all related records as required or requested. All employees are expected to perform their duties in alignment with the vision and values of the organization.
NOTE: This is a non-benefited contract position with varying hours.
JOIN US NOW as St. Josephâ€™s Hospital in collaboration with Creighton Medical School is looking for Standardized Patients to work directly with medical students. A Standardized Patient (SP) is a person trained to take on the characteristics of a real patient giving the medical student an opportunity to learn and to be evaluated on learned skills in a practice environment. During an interaction with a student the SP may present medical history in response to questioning by the student, undergo a limited physical examination by the student, assist students in developing communication and clinical skills, and assist students in working through difficult emotional situations in a safe environment.
The Standardized Patient (SP) acts as a lay person to portray medical illnesses as part of training for medical students in the Creighton School of Medicine at St. Joseph's Hospital campus. The SP consistently recreates the history, personality, physical findings, and emotional response patterns of an actual patient using the scenarios provided. The SP works with students for skills practice, procedures, and clinical exams and may be used with several students on a one-to-one basis or a group of students in a controlled teaching session. SP will provide feedback on the student/s at the end of the encounter either verbally, by checklist, or via computer documentation.
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.
Under the supervision of the Facilities Operations Manager and Director of Support Services, he/she has the knowledge, training and ability to safely operate and accomplish maintenance on Physical Plant Equipment.
The Sterile Processing Supervisor is an experienced Certified Sterile Processing Leader or Certified Healthcare Leader (IAHCSMM) who functions as part of the perioperative leadership team. The Sterile Processing Supervisor's role is focused on leadership and management of daily operations in the sterile processing department. Daily operations includes but is not limited to: maintaining safe work and outcome practices; ensuring availability of necessary sterile equipment, instrumentation, and supplies to support effective patient throughput; efficient and effective staffing; promoting positive customer service results; delegation and assignment of duties within the department; maintaining productivity and budget within targeted parameters. In collaboration with and at the direction of the departmental manager, this position is accountable for: being a resource regarding standards of quality related to their field; maintaining quality standards to support patient safety and regulatory requirements; developing, maintaining, auditing, and correcting quality standards established for the department; development and implementation of adequate training of personnel; ensuring patient, employee, and physician satisfaction; and expediting resolution of conflicts. The Sterile Processing Supervisor reports directly to the Operating Room Manager and/or
Position Summary:The Sterile Processing Supervisor is responsible for unit performance, operations, staff development and supervision of staff and ensures compliance with TJC, CMS, and other regulatory requirements.
The SP Supervisor, working in collaboration with the Clinical Manager of Surgery and the Nursing Director of Perioperative Services, actively drives the unit-specific plan and operations. Performs quality
measures to ensure that staff are preparing and maintaining surgical instruments/supplies in accordance with Hospital policies, procedures and standards of patient care. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Supervise staff in the sterilization workroom. Maintain work schedules per union contract, including On-call for weekends, daily assignments, maintain competencies and in-services.
- Coordinate and demonstrate competence in all areas of preparation and sterilization activities, including decontamination, inspection, packaging, sterilization storage, distribution, as well as completing the quality control testing of sterilization parameters. Maintain accurate records and documentation of results.
- Demonstrate current knowledge of and adequate relevant experience in hospital-related work in sterile processing.
- Establishes and maintains professional, cooperative interpersonal relationships with other staff members, physicians, patients, patient family members, and the public as appropriate, while assuring confidentiality of all patient information.
Applies Dignity Health Core Values to the performance of every job duty. These Values include Dignity, Collaboration, Justice, Stewardship, and Excellence. The instrument technician assists the nursing staff, on a daily basis, by processing--- from decontamination to sterilization--- surgical instruments; the technician also makes certain that all necessary instruments are available when needed by the clinical staff for surgical cases.
All employees are expected to perform their duties in alignment with the vision and values of the organization. The person doing this job is responsible for a variety of tasks that lead to a high level of customer satisfaction in the most cost-effective manner. Under the general supervision of the Director of Surgical Services, the Sterile Processing Technician will provide the hospital and affiliated facilities with purchased and reprocessed materials and equipment ensuring a quality product for patient care by following established procedures for decontamination, assembly, packaging, sterilization and distribution.
This position is responsible for performing shipping, receiving, delivery, and storeroom functions at Sequoia Hospital. Job duties include timely and accurate entries into the Materials Management Information system (Lawson).
Six months of storeroom or shipping, receiving experience or CSR distribution experience required.
Types a minimum of 25 words per minute with accuracy (25WPM)
A valid California driver’s license and acceptable driving history.
Position Summary: Supervises laboratory personnel and operations to ensure compliance and quality in accordance with laboratory work process. Exercises authority over personnel decisions and responsible for the technical and scientific oversight of laboratory department. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Supervises and coaches laboratory personnel to ensure quality assurance and control as well as adherence to relevant policies and ethics.
- Oversees most laboratory day-to-day operations and exercises authority over personnel decisions.
- Analyzes and interprets laboratory results in accordance with established laboratory work processes.
- Administers laboratory inventories such as supplies, equipment and consumables.
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 manage and coordinate clinical
operations in order to provide quality direct patient care to the 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
Position Summary: Accountable for supervising the daily operations of the Environmental Services department to ensure optimal schedule and staffing level outcomes arerealized and are based upon census, acuity and budget. Incumbent is also responsible for ensuring sound financial oversight of operations. In addition the incumbent trains, evaluates and supervises staff in carrying out departmental and hospital policies and procedures. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Selects, trains and evaluates staff; Establishes and maintains department staffing and schedules, ensuring appropriate number of qualified/competent staff are available while maintaining cost effective staffing mixes and patterns; Ensures staff maintain facility with a high level of cleanliness and that department guidelines are followed
- Monitors bed discharge cleaning needs and ensures that discharge beds are cleaned in a timely manner and with a high degree of quality; Monitors daily equipment use, cleaning and maintenance to ensure that all equipment is maintained in an appropriate working condition
- Maintains department quality improvement program and oversees the quality of service delivered ensuring that units are survey ready at all times
- Supervises the departmental inventory and allocation of resources as appropriate and ensures these follow hospital guidelines
Position Summary: Provides tactical leadership in order to maximize the effectiveness of all service delivery systems and financial performance, engages staff and cultivates a clinic culture that prioritizes humankindness and patient-centric care. Coordinates the day-to-day operational aspects of the multiple clinics. Works closely with staff and providers in each unit to ensure that all fiduciary and clinic goals are met. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Participates in work groups, teams, task forces and committees to support ongoing improvement in clinic operations. Provides value-addedand productive input and expertise to drive continual improvement, support standardization and streamlining and to resolve ongoing patient careissues.
- Supports the established processes and systems to enhance customer service by providing coaching to staff and ensuring a safe environment for patients, staff, providers and visitors, and operates clinic in compliance with all legal and regulatory requirements impacting areas of responsibilities.
- Assists in determining the workload priorities to enable timely completion of tasks while monitoring work performance and supporting with training and coaching as necessary.
- Assists in managing the revenue cycle and supports the management of supply costs, tracks inventory usage, using purchasing information management systems, including maintaining staffing levels that adhere to labor standards and effectively controlling staff premium pay.
Supervises and coordinates activities of personnel in a central medical supply area engaged in furnishing sterile and non-sterile medical supplies and equipment used in patient care and treatment. Supervises staff conformance with policies and procedures related to the handling, sterilization, cleaning, maintenance, storage, and assembly of patient care supplies, equipment, and instruments. Assists in management of supply room staff to include performance management, continual improvement, training and education and communication of updates to policies and procedures.
Prinicipal Duties and Accountabilities
- Supervises supply room employees in the proper, receiving, storing, handling and issuing sterile and non-sterile
medical equipment and supplies per organizational standards.
- Monitors medical equipment/supplies inventory and utilization levels and orders as needed to ensure adequate
availability of patient care and treatment materials.
- Supervises staff conformance with policies and procedures related to the handling, sterilization, cleaning,
maintenance, storage, and assembly of patient care supplies, equipment, and instruments
- Assists in management of supply room staff to include performance management, continual improvement, training
and education and communication of updates to policies and procedures.
Under the direction of the Director, Emergency Services, coordinates and supervises patient care employees; directs functioning of assigned units, acts as a liaison with physicians, patients, families, and staff. Responsible for daily operational activities of assigned units including evaluations, staff cost containment initiatives, daily productivity regulatory compliance, patient safety and satisfaction.
Coordinates the day-to-day operational aspects of the clinic. The Supervisor, Clinic Operations is expected to provide tactical leadership in order to maximize the effectiveness of all service delivery systems and financial performance, and to cultivate a clinic culture responsive to the health care environment. The Supervisor, Clinic Operations will work closely with the staff and physicians in each unit to ensure that all fiduciary and clinical goals are met.
The Supervisor is expected to provide tactical leadership in order to maximize the effectiveness of all service delivery systems and financial performance, engages staff and cultivate a care center culture that prioritizes humankindness and patient-centric care consistent with Dignity Health and the medical group's "way" and culture. Coordinates the day-to-day operational aspects of the contact center. Works closely with staff and providers in each unit to ensure that all fiduciary and contact center goals are met.
The Supervisor, Clinic Operations has a responsibility to safeguard patient health and financial information.
Position Summary:Support Clerk III, under general supervision and medical direction, ensures an efficient and organized office for the laboratory. Performs data entry and performs various duties associated with clinical laboratory functions that are clerical in nature. These tasks encompass but are not limited to such acts as specimen handling, telephone communication, filing, sorting, distribution. Frequent use of the hospital/laboratory computer.
The Support Services Coordinator coordinates referrals for the following services: Cardiac Imaging, Respiratory Therapy, PFT, EEG, and Observation Unit. Duties include: setting up master file, getting necessary reports, breakdown of chart for Medical Records, scheduling appointments, processing of test results, maintenance of electronic databases such as ECG and ECHO patient management systems. Works in conjunction with Patient Accounting to ensure accurate coding and billing procedures. Responsible for daily entering charges into MS4 system. Coordinates outcomes tracking and process improvement measurement for Cardiac Imaging Lab. Provides reports and charts as necessary. Assists Managers of Respiratory Therapy and Cardiac Service Line with various projects as assigned.
Special Training: (including license): Required
- Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, templates and computerized scheduling.
- Ability to utilize and problem-solve computerized databases.
- Ability to type 60 words per minute.
- Medical terminology.
- Must have basic knowledge of Medicare, MediCal and private Insurance authorization processes and guidelines.
- Basic knowledge of legal and ethical procedures in a medical setting.
Experience: (minimum, plus desired): Required
- At least two years of administrative work in a medical setting.
Position Summary: 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. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- 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.