OVERVIEW: Responsible for performing a variety of duties to provide quality nursing care to residents and to coordinate their total nursing care; implementing specific procedures and programs; determining work procedures and expediting work flow; ensuring compliance with all operating policies and procedures, as well as Department of Health and Federal Health Care Administration regulations; communicating with and supervising appropriate personnel; providing daily reports and other periodic reports; and performing all the duties of a certified nursing assistant when required.
OVERVIEW: Plans and coordinates nursing services. Participates as a member of the hospital’s management team in planning, policy formulation, and administrative decision-making with particular reference to the roles, functions, and operations of the hospital’s nursing services. Responsible for patient care, resource management, and fiscal management.
OVERVIEW: Provides prescribed medical treatment and personal care services to ill, injured, convalescent, and disabled persons. Works under the supervision of a registered nurse and in conformance with recognized nursing techniques, procedures, and established standards based on the scope of practical nursing. Maintains frequent and on-going contacts through care for patients.
OVERVIEW: Assesses injuries, administers first-aid treatment and life-support care to sick or injured persons in pre-hospital setting. Extricates trapped individuals, and transports injured or sick persons to medical facilities.
OVERVIEW: Responsible for hospital supplies within the central supply facility. Provides distribution of supplies to departments as needed.
OVERVIEW: Responsible for the design and implementation of staffing patterns for professional and non-professional nursing personnel, including both intermediate and residential care levels.
OVERVIEW: Performs skilled professional work under the direction or general supervision of a physician. Provides routine and some acute medical care and treatment to patients for physicals, illnesses, and injuries. Formally trained to provide diagnostic, therapeutic, and preventive health care services, as designated by a physician. Works in primary care areas, such as general internal medicine, pediatrics, and family medicine.
OVERVIEW: Greets patients, activates patient files, and moves patients through a predetermined schedule of appointments in the physician’s office.
OVERVIEW: Manages the department in compliance with the philosophy, policies, procedures, goals, and budget of the department and hospital; oversees credit and collection functions.
OVERVIEW: Responsible for directing, planning, coordinating, and administering the medical records program of the organization. Also responsible for supervising and managing department operations, and managing the function of utilization review as required by public law and any regulatory agencies.