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The incumbent is an integral part of the team, providing therapy modalities, transportation, and general supervision for the patients. Responsibilities include the implementation of treatment plans, maintenance of equipment and supplies, and documentation of treatments, as appropriate. Demonstrates competency in patient care for adult and geriatric patients.
The incumbent is a professional caregiver who assumes responsibility and accountability for a patient assignment through therapeutic use of self, the nursing process, and other health care team members. The incumbent, as a member of the health care team appropriately assist team members in providing holistic care to patients and their support systems with an awareness of cost containment and time management.
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. This includes 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 patient’s 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 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.
Under direct supervision the incumbent will protect hospital building, property and materials. Incumbent will also protect employees, patients, visitors, customer and business partners, and provide them with assistance and direction. Incumbent will maintain order and control of foot and vehicular traffic on the grounds and public areas. In addition, the incumbent will appropriately handle all calls for service which includes responding to all emergency alarms and codes quickly and efficiently. The position reports to the Manager SA Security.d, IAHSS, law enforcement, military service, police , public safety
In keeping with the Marian Regional Medical Center health care philosophy, the Clinical Laboratory Scientist
Apprentice under the direct supervision of a CLS, performs a wide variety of laboratory tests including but not limited to various chemical, microscopic, and bacteriologic tests to obtain data for use in diagnosis and treatment of disease, in accordance with Mission and Laboratory Customer Service Standards. Performance of all diagnostic laboratory procedures and reporting of all patient results must be completed under the direct supervision as noted above. It is a transitional job available for 90 days only. This position allows observation of the testing site and on-site training in the lab.
The position ends when the California Laboratory Field Services electronically posts the California CLS license
number or first attempt at certification results in failure or 90 days, whichever occurs first.
Provides medical nutritional therapy to patients by assessing nutritional status, developing a plan of care to maintain or improve nutritional status, periodically evaluating the patient's response to the plan of care, and modifying it as required for optimal outcomes. Counsels patients and/or families about food requirement, eating habits, and therapeutic nutrition.
- Bachelor's degree in Nutrition or a related field required
- Current California RD license required
- One (1) year of experience as a Registered Dietitian required
- Working experience in an acute care hospital preferred
The Clinical Laboratory Scientist III performs technical work of considerable difficulty, primarily in testing patient samples through various chemical, microscopic, serological, and bacteriologic techniques requiring a significant amount of independent judgment while operating and maintaining automated equipment.
- 4 years of clinical laboratory experience
- Current California Clinical Laboratory Scientist licensure
- Ability to write policy and procedures as well as communicate verbal directions effectively
- Basic computer skills, ability to read and follow written instructions (i.e., policies and procedures) as well as understand and adhere to verbal directions
- Ability to remain clam and function efficiently during difficult or emergency situations
- 5 years experience in Regulatory Compliance, Quality Management and Technical Lead
- Experience in an acute care hospital
- Registration with a national professional organization (AABB, ASCP, NCA) and knowledge of medical terminology
Position Summary: Manages the resources and daily activities of a Emergency department while ensuring environmental factors support high standards of patient care. Assists in the training and development of new and existing staff members. Creates and maintains an environment that is conducive to learning transfer. Coordinates the activities of the unit for each shift and directs, organizes, and assigns work to the nursing staff. Provides patient care as needed. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Schedules nursing staff to specific shifts, taking into account past utilization trends. Measures employee performance. Assists in the training of new staff members and the development of existing staff members.
- Coordinates the activities of the unit during a particular shift and directs, organizes, and assigns work to the nursing staff.
- Assesses, monitors, and educates the nursing staff on patient care. Institutes emergency procedures as necessary.
- Provides nursing care to patients on an as needed basis.
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!!
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Under the direction of a staff nurse, the incumbent is responsible for assisting the surgical team by acting as the primary scrub person who handles the instruments, supplies and equipment during surgical procedures. The incumbent maintains constant vigilance for the maintenance of the sterile field. In addition, the incumbent will serve as the scrub for all surgical cases in the department.
Under the supervision of licensed Occupational Therapist, 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 pediatric through geriatric patient population in a manner that demonstrates an understanding of the functional and/or developmental age of the individual served. This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the Mission of the Organization. It is expected that the employee will demonstrate behavior consistent with the Core Values of Dignity Health. The employee shall support the Organization's strategic plan and the goals and direction of the Performance Improvement Plan (PIP).
Position Summary: Plans the overall nursing care and functions in a particular nursing unit during an assigned shift. Supervises nursing staff assigned to a particular shift. Assigns patients to available nursing staff, taking into consideration the patient's condition and the employee's skill level. Anticipates staffing needs and moves proactively to respond to them. Oversees stocking of supplies and updating patient records to ensure that the nursing floor is ready for subsequent shifts. Principal Duties and Accountabilities:
- Supervises nursing staff assigned to a particular shift. Assigns patients to available nursing staff, taking into consideration the patient's condition and the employee's skill level.
- Assesses, monitors, and educates the nursing staff on patient care. Institutes emergency procedures as necessary.
- Anticipates staffing needs and moves proactively to respond to them.
- Oversees stocking of supplies and updating patient records to ensure that the nursing floor is ready for subsequent shifts.
Under direction of the Materials Management Manager/Supervisor this position is responsible for cost containment in the entire procedural care area. Inclusive of all supply storage areas, the Lawson Webtool request and inventory control. Actively confirms all incoming deliveries of stock and nonstock supplies, equipment and services.
1. Reviews the inpatient and outpatient surgery schedule on a daily basis with scheduling, managing the timely ordering and department receipt of all equipment and supplies.
2. Responsible for tissue tracking per policy and procedure.
3. Complete the input of all electronic purchase requisitions daily, following Supply Services Resource Management guidelines.
4. Daily follow through with Purchase Service Center regarding open orders and backorders.
5. Researches and verifies contractual compliance on all purchases, including capital/non-capital equipment quotes and requests to be presented to the directors and managers.
6. Manages the ECRI product recall process and coordinates the return/replacement processes for all alerts/notifications.
7. Manages documentation on all implant ordering and logs explant information in accordance with regulatory compliance guidelines.
8. Conducts trend analysis and monitoring to adjust PAR levels for inventory accuracy. Recommends action steps to make additions or deletions to PARS and requisition templates, as needed.
9. Supports physicians, clinicians and all healthcare provider groups in standardizing products and equipment.
10. Participates in Environment of Care (EOC) rounding, Facility Implementation Team (FIT) and various committees as deemed necessary by materials management leadership.
11. Oversees physical inventory process and submits all physical inventory count documentation for review and approvals to the Materials Management Managers/Directors.
12. Utilizes the ERP item and vendor add tool to assure that all supplies are confirmed with the required Master File documentation, including submission of PARs, Templates, CDMs, local item and vendor requests.
13. Researches all new product physician and clinical staff requests utilizing Dignity Health Contract Connection (DHCC), Group Purchasing Organization (GPO) , MedApproved and the Facility Implementation Team (FIT) for approvals.
14. Coordinates with Materials Manager and/or warehouse supervisor, any new products to be brought into warehouse inventory, by providing all pertinent information needed for a smooth transition for requisitioning.
15. Responsible for managing consignment per Dignity Health policy.
16. Meets with and maintains vendor/manufacturer relationships.
17. Keeps the supply areas clean and orderly.
18. Removes supplies designated for expiration and obsolescence for vendor return, swap out or donation routing.
19. Check e-mail daily and respond appropriately.
20. Displays independence, professionalism and high skill level in all decision making processes.
21. Ability to work under pressure making quick and informed decisions.
22. Performs other related duties as assigned or requested by management in a professional manner.
The incumbent's primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to: typing, filing, scheduling appointments, telephone communications, billing with internal and external customers and addressing the needs of the community.
The Medical Office Representative position is the first point of phone customer service contact for our patients, physicians, other clinic staff, internal and external laboratory and imaging staff, hospital staff, patient family members, and vendors by offering customer service, communications, and appropriate distribution of phone calls and messages. The Medical Office Representative may also perform a variety of other duties including but not limited to collecting and updating demographics and insurance information, verification of health plan eligibility, taking complete and accurate messages, and scheduling mutually acceptable appointment times utilizing an electronic practice management system. The Medical Office Representative may also be asked to perform other clerical duties as needed and requested to support daily clinic operation goals, bench marks, and quality patient care initiatives per departmental guidelines. 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. Minimum Qualifications:
- High School diploma or equivalent
- Excellent interpersonal, organizational and customer service skills are essential
- Keyboarding skills and the ability to utilize computer equipment and software are required as is experience with other types of standard office equipment
- Impact of Decisions: Serious impact on patient relationships, physician efficiency, stewardship of clinic resources, and our image in the community
- Internal/External Contacts: Patients, physicians and other clinic staff, internal and external laboratory and imaging staff, hospital staff, patient family members and vendors
- Six (6) month's experience in an outpatient setting as a Medical Office Receptionist preferred; or an equivalent amount of experience in a high-volume customer service role in another industry/environment; or 6 months experience as a Phone Receptionist or Health Information Associate within Dignity Health Medical Foundation
- Familiarity with an electronic practice management system is preferred
- Experience with multi-line phones/ACD phones preferred
- Medical terminology preferred
The Medical Assistant (MA) position is responsible for knowing his/her professional scope of practice as defined by the California Business and Professional Code and for satisfactorily completing the Dignity Health Medical Foundation orientation period that includes demonstrating skills and behaviors that meet a fully competent level of performance. The MA 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 Licensed Vocational Nurse.
- 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 concerns, patient messages, and care provided to the patient in the patient’s medical record for the physician's review
- Administrating medications specifically directed by the physician and performing accurate vital sign measurements and documentation.
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.
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, JCAHO and other licensing, accrediting and regulatory agencies. The Biomedical Equipment Tech is responsible for the calibration, troubleshooting, repair, and preventative maintenance of medical equipment in the facility. Duties also include, but are not limited to: performing daily rounds, filing of work orders, ordering parts, researching equipment history, and performing vendor management, Each task is fully supervised until the lead technician or the manager qualify the technician to perform the task unsupervised. 5 years expierence in the Biomedical Equipment or related field HSD/GED OR 2 years equivalent work experience. Biomedical Equipment Technician or Clinical Engineering Certification preferred Knowledge of Anatomy/Physiology, medical terminology, gas plumbing, mechanical systems, pneumatic systems, and hydraulics a plus. Must be acceptable by Dignity Health insurance.
The pharmacy technician specialist is responsible for gathering information from medical records and other sources as required to process medication refill requests while adhering to the department’s protocol policies. Technicians will also be data collecting, analyzing and reporting on controlled substance prescribing for Dignity Health Medical Group (DHMG) providers.
JOIN US NOW as we are seeking a CT TECHNOLOGIST II who is passionate about the health and well-being of our patients to perform CT scanning, recommend performance improvement activities and assist in equipment and procedure evaluations.
The Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the clinical programs and decentralized provision of pharmacist services. The Clinical Pharmacy Coordinator collects of clinical data, analysis of that data and design of appropriate response. Directly reports to the Director of pharmacy and the pharmacist in charge of Pyxis operations. Responsible for assuring that all the activities for the provision of pharmaceutical care at their campus are carried out in full accordance with all Federal and State laws, rules and regulations. The Clinical Pharmacist Coordinator assists the Director of Pharmacy in the planning, supervision, education, evaluation and control of all activities of the Pharmacy department in support of the goals and objectives of the facility. The Clinical Pharmacist assists the Directory of Pharmacy in the input of orders, establishing annual goals and objectives for patient safety and medication management, provide education or support of medical staff, mentoring and coaching staff, conserving material resources, developing positive relationships with interdepartmental staff, patients, physicians and families. The Clinical Pharmacist Coordinator will perform annual evaluations of supervised clinical pharmacists in accordance with the mission, philosophy and core values of Dignity Health. Unit based pharmacists in the assigned areas are supervised by the coordinator. The coordinator serves as pharmacy lead in both medication safety and pharmacy therapeutics committees. The coordinator is an active participant in the quarterly business review to integrate drug procurement and drug utilization. The coordinator will “take call” as necessary to address emergent clinical matters.
Under the direction of the Supervisor , the Laboratory Assistant is responsible for collecting, receiving and processing blood specimens; receiving and processing specimens for bacterial culture. Duties include: receiving and processing blood samples; centrifugation and loading barcoded specimens onto automated analyzers that are interfaced to the LIS; preparing aliquots and handling of reference lab specimens; performing waived and moderate complexity testing under direct supervision. Additional duties include clerical and telephone communication in support of the Laboratories functions.