HCA

Hospital Corporation of America is an American for-profit operator of health care facilities. It's based in Nashville, Tennessee and currently manages 168 hospitals and 116 freestanding surgery centers in the United States and United Kingdom.

HCA offers a wide variety of clinical and non-clinical opportunities, in settings ranging from large research hospitals with the latest technology, clinical trials and groundbreaking medical procedures, to community hospitals that combine clinical excellence with the intimacy of a hometown touch.

Your career with one of the nation’s leading providers of hospital and healthcare services starts here. Our company has many facilities and leaders but one common culture – a culture dedicated to compassionate and quality patient care. Our caring culture extends to both our patients and our people. We are committed to each other because, when we join together, our patients are cared for in the safest and most compassionate way.

Consider becoming a part of the HCA team today.

HCA Snellville, GA, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 08621-10334 Full-time No Weekends Eastside Medical Center has been a healthcare leader for more than 37 years providing quality care to patients in Gwinnett and surrounding counties. Eastside is a 310-bed, multi-campus system of care offering comprehensive medical and surgical programs including cardiovascular, neurosciences, oncology, orthopedics, rehabilitation, maternity with neonatal intensive care, behavioral health, bariatric, and 24-hour emergency care. Our medical staff of 500 board certified physicians, 1,200 employees and 400 volunteers is committed to providing our community a healthcare system of excellence. Eastside has earned full Chest Pain Center Accreditation from the Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care, The Joint Commission's "Gold Seal of Approval" for quality and safety in disease-specific joint replacement care, the Blue Distinction Centers Program for Spine Surgery and Gold Plus status for stroke care, and the Healthgrades 2017 Patient Safety Excellence Award™ for superior performance in patient safety. The Breast Imaging and Diagnostic Center is designated a Breast Imaging Center of Excellence by the FDA. Position Responsibilities: Responsible for the coordination of the continuous regulatory, licensure and accreditation compliance in accordance with all applicable regulations and standards. Implements , coordinates and maintains a regulatory readiness program including identifying and scheduling appropriate tracers Continually analyzes and improves current regulatory compliance. Updates leaders and the program on any changes in regulatory/accreditation regulations or standards Leads, coaches and mentors multi-disciplinary teams in the assessment and maintenance of regulatory readiness. Supports ongoing communication of regulatory standards to leadership, employees and medical staff with an emphasis on the clinical and functional importance of regulatory compliance. Coordinates and manages all regulatory, accreditation or certification preparation, performance reviews and all on-site/ telephone survey processes, both announced and unannounced. Provides assistance and on site consultation for all CMS surveys. Coordinates and reviews, prior to submission, all facility corrective actions related to regulatory standards or surveys. Monitors and submits Measures of Success required in Action Plans. Plans and leads mock surveys, QRS surveys, or any other preparation for upcoming accreditation surveys. Identifies and leads with the VP, Quality/Patient Safety , any FMEAs needed for new services or programs Meets all HCA Regulatory reporting requirements Provides advocacy with regulatory agencies Provides facilitation expertise for teams improving TJC compliance Coordinates external contracted TJC services. Maintains expertise in TJC and CMS standards and surveying methods. Maintains working knowledge of other standard sets such as OIG, OSHA, BME, etc. and maintains excellent working relationship with Ethics and Compliance Officer and Risk/legal department Other duties as assigned Current Georgia RN license At least 2 years experience in clinical care and one year in management BSN or other advanced degree required; MSN preferred Excellent communication skills Excellent computer skills Last Edited: 10/18/2017
HCA Augusta, GA, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 01417-8368 PRN/Per Diem PRN Doctor's Hospital is located in Augusta, Georgia, the state's second largest and oldest city, and is home of the annual Masters Golf Tournament. Doctors Hospital is nationally known for our Burn Center, the largest in the U.S. We have also been recognized as a top performing hospital by the Joint Commission, Cancer Center accredited by the American College of Surgeons, Chest Pain Accredited, earned the Joint Commission's certificate of distinction for total hip and total knee replacement and spinal fusion surgery, and we are the only CARF accredited facility in our area. We are a level 3 trauma and emergency center. The role of the Multi-skilled Technician/Student Nurse Tech is to perform patient care under the direction of a Registered Nurse. The Multi-skilled Tech/Student Nurse Tech provides therapeutic services necessary for the care of the patient with in their scope of care, and in support of the mission of Doctors Hospital. The Multi-skilled Tech/Student Nurse Tech in department 780 provides care for newborn/pediatric patients birth to 11 years of age; adolescent patients between 12 to 17 years of age; adult patients between 18 to 64 years; and geriatric patients 65 years and older. Emergency Department: Population Served Core competencies will be assessed primarily on the following patient population(s) served: Triage, assess and treat patients of all ages presenting for emergency care for all body systems, conditions & diseases including but not limited to: Coronary, Pulmonary, Neuro, Skeletal-muscular, GI /metabolic, GU/renal, GYN, integumentary, etc. Education: Currently enrolled in an accredited Nursing program. Licensure/Certifications: A Nurse Extern must show proof that they have successfully completed their first semester of clinical nursing program and/or fundamentals and remain in accredited nursing program. Experience: None required, prior experience as a nursing assistant or phlebotomy preferred Last Edited: 10/19/2017
HCA Aventura, FL, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 01643-7372 PRN/Per Diem PRN Last Edited: 10/18/2017
HCA Largo, FL, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 08947-140011 Full-time No Weekends Job Summary - The Executive Assistant is responsible for supporting the Executive Officers at the Shared Service Center with a variety of administrative duties as assigned. Supervisor - Executive SSC Management as assigned Duties (included but not limited to): • Performing complex administrative duties including responding for executive when he/she is unavailable, composing correspondence, and coordinating resources across SSC. • Manage multiple Outlook calendars efficiently • Manage travel arrangements • Handling various administrative details with initiative and good judgment. • Providing general administrative support including typing, answering multiple phone lines, indexing and filing documents, and making copies • Answering inquiries and/or referring callers/visitors to appropriate person/department. • Gathering information and developing summaries as requested. • Developing and implementing office procedures related to coordination of interoffice communication, records and systems. • Ensuring adequacy of office supplies and equipment. • Facilitate building maintenance and repairs with appropriate party • Coordinate calendars and any associated travel arrangements • Answer multiple phone lines and address inquiries and refer callers to appropriate individual • Complete expense reports (as requested) • Assisting other staff as requested. • Attending meetings as assigned and reporting on actions. • Participating in educational activities and programs. • Maintaining strictest confidentiality. • Practice and adhere to the "Code of Conduct" philosophy and "Mission and Value Statement" and all policies and procedures related to the Collections department. • Other duties as assigned KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES • Communication - communicates clearly and concisely, verbally and in writing. This includes utilizing proper punctuation, correct spelling and the ability to transcribe accurately. • Customer orientation - establishes and maintains long-term customer relationships, building trust and respect by consistently meeting and exceeding expectations • Interpersonal skills - able to work effectively with other employees, patients and external parties • PC skills - demonstrates proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and others as required • Policies & Procedures - demonstrates knowledge and understanding of organizational policies, procedures and systems • Basic skills - demonstrates ability to organize, perform and track multiple tasks accurately in short timeframes, have ability to work quickly and accurately in a fast-paced environment while managing multiple demands, ability to work both independently and collaboratively as a team player, adaptability, analytical and problem solving ability and attention to detail and able to perform basic mathematical calculations, balance and reconcile figures, punctuate properly, spell correctly and transcribe accurately. EDUCATION • High school diploma or GED is required. Associates or Bachelor's degree in Business Administration is preferred. EXPERIENCE • Must be able to remain calm under pressure, manage multiple Outlook calendars, and possess excellent multi-tasking abilities. • A "can-do", positive personality is a must. • Must have a minimum of 4 years experience working in a fast-paced, executive office environment, as an EA or AA. • Experience supporting team of Executives required • This p osition works very closely with another Executive Assistant; ability to work as a team is very important. • Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook required. • Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal required. • High level of professionalism required. #ParallonBCOM Last Edited: 10/18/2017
HCA Terre Haute, IN, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 00097-5605 Full-time Nights (rotating weekends) Behavioral Health Unit Technician - Adult Behavioral Health Unit - Full Time Nights, 36 hrs per week, 7p to 7:30a, rotating weekends Terre Haute Regional Hospital is seeking an experienced Behavioral Health/Mental Health Tech to join our close-knit Behavioral Health Team to work 7p to 7:30a with weekend rotation. Our 16-bed Adult In-Patient Acute Behavioral Health Unit admits patients 18 years of age and older, predominantly via the Emergency Department. THRH Behavioral Health uses a multi-disciplinary treatment team consisting of RN, Behavioral Health Techs, Psychologist, Licenses Clinical Social Workers, Licensed Mental Health Counselors and Certified Recreational Therapists. We are looking for candidates with great communication and organizational skills who are outgoing and who can work in a fast-paced environment. Regional Hospital is a 278-bed community-based medical center with comprehensive medical and surgical programs. Accredited by The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, the leading accreditor of health care organizations in America, we are dedicated to our Mission, Values and Vision and are committed to providing quality, individualized patient care to the communities we serve. We're more than a hospital, we're a family! Awesome tuition reimbursement and educational resources, comprehensive benefits, caring culture and supportive team, plus outstanding leadership. First Wabash Valley Hospital to be designated as an Accredited Chest Pain Center Level II Trauma Center Designation Regional Hospital recently earned a 4th-straight 'A' grade in Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grade rankings The Paul Seibenmorgen Cancer Center at Terre Haute Regional Hospital has received the American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer approval with commendation. Position summary: This position performs various patient care activities and related nonprofessional services necessary in caring for the needs and comfort of patients. Position responsibilities : • Participates in providing a therapeutic environment through acceptance of patient behavior and guidance toward socially acceptable behavior. Interprets information needed to identify patient requirements relative to age specific needs • Participates in the development, review and implementation of interdisciplinary treatment plans under guidance of RN • Supervises and participates with patients in group or individual recreational, social, and related activities under the direction of the program therapist and/or charge nurse • Provides for patient safety and comfort through attention to general health and assistance and guidance in cleanliness, grooming, rest, activity, and nourishment; maintains an attractive and comfortable unit environment. Provides for patient and unit safety through patient search, room searches as assigned and continued safety monitoring • Performs basics nursing procedures as required, i.e., bathing, feeding, temperature, pulse, respiration, blood pressure, oral hygiene, etc • Responsible for observing patients' behavior, charting and reporting any significant physical or mental changes to the nurses on duty • Assist in the admission, transfer, and discharge of patients • Keeps confidential conversations and information concerning patients • Maintains familiarity with emergency procedures and functions as a team member in emergency situations • Participates in staff development classes, meetings, and staff conferences as directed • Assists with acting out or combative patients, helping to seclude or restrain if necessary • Assists in escorting to medical service areas, and diagnostic test, and in the administration of ECT • Assists in the care and maintenance of equipment of the unit and keeping unit and milieu in proper order • Maintains awareness of and participated in quality assurance activities to promote continuous quality improvement • Floats to other units as needed • Performs efficiently with CPCS. Maintains ongoing training and proficiency with CPCS • Attend Code of Conduct training course annually. • Demonstrate an understanding of and adherence to HCA's Code of Conduct. • Demonstrates conduct that is reflective of THRH's commitment to HCA's Code of Conduct. • Understands and satisfies the needs of the patient population appropriate to the age of the patient served (adults, geriatric, adolescent, pediatric, and parents of neonates) • Adheres to the Standards of Behavior for Terre Haute Regional Hospital as per the Customer Relations Policy Essential educational/licensure, skills and experience : • At least 18 years of age. • High School diploma or GED in addition to the afore mentioned requirements. • Prior mental health experience in a medical setting. • Certifications: BLS and Crisis Prevention Certification must be maintained throughout employment with Terre Haute Regional Hospital Valued but not required educational/licensure, skills and experience : • One (1) year of college education, preferably with courses in psychology and sociology or documented evidence of Mental Health Technician training or applicable training. Last Edited: 10/19/2017
HCA Kansas City, MO, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 24244-61630 Full-time No Weekends The HCA Physician Services Group (PSG) is the physician solution for the Hospital Corporation of America. PSG makes it easier for physicians to practice medicine by reducing the burdens of managing an independent practice and infusing the best clinical and operational standards in every office. With 13,000 employees that work in more than 790 practices across 21 states, PSG is leading the way by delivering high quality, cost effective health care in communities across the country. We offer an excellent benefits package, competitive salary and growth opportunities. Join our team and share your skills and talents with the nation's largest private provider of healthcare services. The Athletic Trainer will provide injury prevention and treatment services. DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: • Perform assessments and evaluations • Organize physician notes and radiographic studies • Guide patients through the physical exam and post-appointment processes. • Liaison between physician and patient • Present final case reviews to physicians • Casting, splinting and DME/brace fitting • Perform therapeutic exercise • Administer gait training • Instruct in home exercise programs • In-office procedures • Braces, stints, casting • Sports Physicals • Pre-exam work-ups • Concussion screening • Community outreach EDUCATION • Bachelor degree required; Master's preferred. EXPERIENCE • Minimum 1 year preferred. Experience in a clinical setting a plus. CERTIFICATE/LICENSE • Certified Athletic Trainer Bachelor's Degree Last Edited: 10/19/2017
HCA Austin, TX, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 25867-60580 Full-time No Weekends The HCA Physician Services Group (PSG) is the physician solution for the Hospital Corporation of America. PSG makes it easier for physicians to practice medicine by reducing the burdens of managing an independent practice and infusing the best clinical and operational standards in every office. With 13,000 employees that work in more than 790 practices across 21 states, PSG is leading the way by delivering high quality, cost effective health care in communities across the country. We offer an excellent benefits package, competitive salary and growth opportunities. Join our team and share your skills and talents with the nation's largest private provider of healthcare services. The Administrative Assistant II is a key member of the Physician Practice Management team. This assistant will provide support to the Division Leadership team. DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: • Provides secretarial support including typing, composing and proofreading correspondence, indexing and filing documents. • Researching and gathering market and operational data for reporting purposes. • Develop and prepare reports and presentations. • Assist with managing physician contracts and agreements. • Maintaining and managing multiple appointments and calendars for key leaders. • Answers inquiries or refers callers/visitors to appropriate individuals. • Assists with development and implementation of budget and operational plans. • Develops and implements office procedures related to coordination of interoffice communication, records, system. • Regularly works with a variety of applications and systems including; Concur/Clipbook, PAWS, Upside, Kronos and OnBase. • Schedules/coordinates meetings, appointments. Make travel arrangements KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES - This position requires the following minimum requirements: • Knowledge of organization policies, procedures, systems. • Knowledge of office management practices. • Skill in verbal and written communication. • Skill in gathering and reporting information • Expert level user of Microsoft Office. Microsoft Visio is a plus. EDUCATION • High School Graduate/Equivalent or Associate degree in business administration or secretarial program is preferred. EXPERIENCE Three years of secretarial experience including one year in a health care Organization. Additional appropriate education may be substituted for secretarial experience Last Edited: 10/18/2017
HCA Dallas, TX, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 01505-95423 PRN/Per Diem PRN Registered Nurse - RN - Epilepsy Schedule: Seasonal (PRN) Nights Medical City Dallas $55.00 per hour base pay $4,500 Completion Bonus 12-hour schedules, minimum 36 hours/week or 72 hours/pay period The ability to transition to regular status post program ***This limited time program runs through May 2018*** MEDICAL CITY DALLAS HOSPITAL JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: Registered Nurse DEPARTMENT: Epilepsy REPORTS TO: Supervisor/Manager RESPONSIBILITY FOR SUPERVISION: None JOB SUMMARY: Utilizing the standards set forth for Nursing Practice by the ANA and ONS, the RN will organize, modify, evaluate, document and maintain the plan of care for Epilepsy and/or Neurological patients. It will include individualized, family centered, holistic, supportive, and safe age-specific care. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: • Graduate of an accredited school of Professional Nursing. • If hired after 6/1/12, BSN required within 24 months of hire into RN position. • Experience in Epilepsy Monitoring and/or Neurological background preferred. LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION REQUIRED: • Current RN license in the State of Texas or compact license • Current American Heart Association BLS provider. • PALS required within 6 months of hire. ACLS preferred within 6 months of hire. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: • Strong communication skills in both oral and written format. Flexibility to intervene on a moment's notice. • Ability to problem-solve and seek assistance from team members when necessary. SPECIAL DEMANDS: Must be flexible and service oriented. WORK ENVIRONMENT: Approximately 100% inside work. See employee health documents for OSHA category and other employee health issues. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: See employee health documents for physical demand requirements. Bachelor's Degree Last Edited: 10/18/2017
HCA Low Moor, VA, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 25956-4366 Full-time No Weekends JOB TITLE - Program Director GENERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES - Plans, organizes, directs, defines and controls services provided with the Behavioral Health Program. Must demonstrate an ability to provide specified services to meet the legal, organizational, hospital and medical staff guidelines. SUPERVISOR - Behavioral Health Services Designee SUPERVISES - Directly supervises Community Liaison, Activity Director and Social Worker/Case Manager. Indirectly supervises all other program staff including nursing staff along with Nurse Manager DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO Demonstrates expertise in coordinating, directing and managing all aspects of the treatment program. Develops policies and procedures which relate to the organization, management and treatment systems of the program and coordinates with Medical Director, CNO and Nurse Manager in the development of policies and procedures which relate to clinical and medical consideration Defines the overall philosophy and objectives of the unit in accordance with those of the hospital and interprets same to staff Establishes and maintains an organization plan consistent with the overall hospital organization as evidenced by the organization chart Establishes priorities, schedules task completion and meets scheduled deadlines as evidenced by timeliness of reports Develops and implements improvement to unit methods, systems and procedures Chairs or appoints chairperson(s) to committees as needed and noted by attendance Responsible for constituting the treatment team and for conducting or designating for conduct of treatment planning and process review conferences Maintains a call roster for physicians affiliated with the program to provide support and consultation as needed Develops an internal QA program to maintain high quality patient care Makes rounds regularly to ensure that patient care program functions are appropriate and that patient needs are being met Develops procedures for evaluating the effectiveness of the program's treatment process to assure the program goals and objectives, patient needs and compliance with all applicable quality standards as well as federal, state and local licensure requirements, codes and regulations are being met. Develops and maintains a successful and satisfactory inquiry/call system and education system to train all staff involved with process of receiving and follow-up with patient inquiries. Demonstrates the ability to financially manage the program Coordinates with CNO, Nurse Manager and Behavioral Health Services to ensure staffing patterns are appropriate for patient population served and meets guidelines Ensures proper and economical use of equipment, supplies and facilities for maintaining patient care Ensures referral development and community education activities are appropriate and ensures the success of the program Consults with patient and patient families, as necessary, for purpose of solving complaints dealing with patient care Serves as the official representative of the unit within the community Coordinates agreements with appropriate community agencies and programs that will ensure continuity of care and the proper use of community resources Serves in a resource capacity to other area agencies both public and private, regarding services available and interprets the program and its services to the general public, staff members, other professionals, and families of patients Makes or ensures weekly contacts with referral agents Maintains understanding of Hospital ADC goals and referral development activities necessary to meet those goals Demonstrates the ability to maintain and direct qualified personnel Maintains a system that indicates qualifications, experience and accomplishments of each staff member as evidenced by written job descriptions and employee files Establishes standards for the evaluation of personnel performance as evidenced by annual evaluation of employees Recruits, hires, supervises, disciplines personnel and if necessary transfers or dismisses unit staff with the approval of Behavioral Health Services designee and in consultation with human resources of hospital and or corporate human resources Participates in the planning and providing of staff development and in-service training programs for unit staff and supervises the overall unit staff education process Completes all competency programs annually or as required by hospital Oversee and participate in the assessment of patients for admission to program, also ensure that services and admission is available on a 24/7 basis including a call in system. Perform other duties and special projects upon request by Behavioral Health Services Team #CB #LI-LW1 KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES A firm grounding in the principles of behavioral health administration and must be capable of organizing, managing, promoting and thoroughly evaluating an inpatient service program. EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE Preferably possess a Master's Degree in the behavioral sciences, social work, or health administration, or nursing. Nursing degree with appropriate experience is acceptable. Must have two years of full-time experience with at least one year in a supervisory or administrative position. Bachelor's Degree with required experience will be considered. CERTIFICATE/LICENSE License preferred and required if patient assessments are being completed Last Edited: 10/18/2017
HCA Denver, CO, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 03216-66948 Full-time Days (rotating weekends) At Rose Medical Center in Denver, we know that our employees, physicians and volunteers are the key to our success of providing top-quality patient care every day. Position Summary: The Position displays positive support for the values and mission of RMC. The echocardiographer performs echocardiograms to assist in the diagnostic evaluation of the heart by operating an echo machine to record and assess wall motion, valvular function and kinesis of the heart, for use in the diagnosis of cardiac disorders and valvular disorders. Assists with stress echocardiograms, contrast echocardiograms, and esophageal (TEE) echocardiograms when deemed necessary by cardiologist and referring physician. Assists in monthly statistical report to supervisor. Schedules in and out patient procedures for the department. Calculates test data for the physician interpretation and processing. Other ancillary duties related to the position may include, but are not limited to, participation in quality assurance projects related to departmental activities, inventory, ordering and stocking of supplies, entering patient data and charges daily upon completion of the test. The position requires taking call to cover times not regularly staffed by the department ensuring 24 hour, 7 day echo coverage. Age group served is neonatal to geriatric. Licensure/Certification/Registration: Certified and/or registered cardiac diagnostic sonographer (or eligible to be obtained in 1 year). Current BLS certification through American Heart Association. Education and Training: Two years (Associate degree) of college or equivalent. Technical training in an accredited program. Experience: Minimum of one year of recent hospital or clinical experience preferred. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Must demonstrate competency in all areas of echocardiography, including transthoracic echo, transesophageal echo, stress echo, and pharmacological induced stress echo. Must have basic knowledge of 12-lead EKG interpretation. Must have basic computer skills. Must have good team skills, good communication skills. Must be able to communicate effectively and Professionally with supervisors, co-workers, peers, patients and physicians. Must demonstrate good organizational and technical skills Must provide safe patient care, as well as able to display appropriate judgement and problem skills. Degree of Supervision Required: Minimal supervision. Individual proceeds with own initiative in compliance with policies, procedures and practices Prescribed by RMC. Associate's Degree/College Diploma Last Edited: 10/18/2017
HCA Nashville, TN, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 10201-22730 Full-time No Weekends HCA, a Fortune 100 company with more than 200,000 employees, is one of the nation's leading providers of healthcare services, operating over 170 locally managed hospitals and over 100 freestanding surgery centers in 20 states and the United Kingdom. With its founding in 1968, HCA created a new model for hospital care in the United States, using combined resources to strengthen hospitals, deliver patient-focused care and improve the practice of medicine. HCA is a learning healthcare system that uses more than 27 million annual patient encounters to advance science, improve patient care and save lives. HCA has been named one of the world's most ethical companies for eight years in a row. At HCA, we are driven by a single goal: the care and improvement of human life. JOB SUMMARY This position is one of the leadership roles in the Risk & Insurance Department, supervising directly or indirectly 33 employees; and is responsible for development and implementation of the overall liability claims management strategy for HCA. This includes oversight of the performance of the claims department and staff through established metrics, and effective and efficient management of claims expenses. The AVP of Claims has significant experience in managing healthcare liability claims, is familiar with hospital operations and has demonstrated ability to build a cohesive, collaborative claims team. GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES This position will: Develop, implement and maintain an overarching strategy and philosophy for management of liability claims for HCA, representing approximately 2,800 pending claims with case-based reserves of $1.3 billion. Oversee selection of Panel Counsel and approval of hourly billing rates, including any alternate billing arrangements. Implement a program to assure on-going monitoring of claims expenses and litigation fees. Oversee the management and appropriate use of settlement authority and the process of reserve setting within the established and approved policy. Develop and implement a comprehensive process for reporting claims to the appropriate excess and reinsurance companies in compliance with the reporting requirements in each policy or reinsurance treaty; and serving as the primary claims contact for excess and reinsurance partner companies. This responsibility includes maintaining detailed records of reported claims. Chair the committee and oversee the process for approval of settlements and granting settlement authority when such authority is required of senior leadership. This responsibility includes maintaining records of authority granted and communicating to committee participants. Review and sign-off on any decision to allow a case to go to arbitration or jury trial; inform senior leadership of the impending arbitration or trial and communicate case facts. Develop a meaningful set of metrics to measure the performance of each claims professional and the department overall. Maintain regular and accurate collection of the metrics, and appropriate monitoring and reporting within the organization. Direct and supervise the work, productivity and results of the professional claims management and claims support staff, including on-going analysis of the effectiveness and efficiency of any off-site employed claims investigators. This may be delegated within the Department. Build strategic alliances and collaborative partnerships within the Risk & Insurance Department and the organization that will mutually benefit the Claims Department and the organization. This includes the HCA Legal Department, HealthTrust Purchasing Group, Parallon Business Solutions, etc., as well as relationships with the clinical subject matter experts in the Clinical and Physician Services Group, and serves as a resource to corporate departments for policy development and on operations issues. Establish Claims Department budgets and manage the costs within the approved budget. Maintain current knowledge of relevant industry trends and changes in laws and rules affecting liability claims management. Perform other duties as assigned by the VP of Risk & Insurance. EDUCATION College Graduate Required (Undergrad) • Juris Doctorate Preferred but not required Certification in risk management or insurance is a plus, e.g. CPHRM, ARM, CPCU, etc. EXPERIENCE 10 years of claims management experience, preferably in healthcare and preferably in a multi-state environment; the experience should include building and supervision of a claims team; knowledge of hospital and healthcare operations. SPECIAL QUALIFICATIONS • Minimal computer skills with word processing and database competency. • Excellent oral and written communication skills. • Demonstrated ability to organize and present to groups on claims experience and industry trends. #LI-PT1 INDKD #CB Last Edited: 10/18/2017
HCA Kissimmee, FL, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 01323-11403 PRN/Per Diem PRN Osceola Regional Medical Center is a Joint Commission accredited, 332-bed full-service hospital featuring state-of-the-art technology and a highly skilled team of physicians and medical professionals. Located in Kissimmee, just minutes away from Orlando, St. Cloud, Celebration and Poinciana, Osceola Regional Medical Center is committed to providing accessible high-standard health care to our communities. Nationally recognized as a Top Performer in Key Quality Measures by the Joint Commission, 2015 Top Urban Hospital by Leapfrog, designated by the state as a Trauma Center Level II, and being the largest hospital in Osceola County, Osceola Regional Medical Center offers a full range of specialized health care services such as the Heart and Vascular Institute, Advanced Primary Stroke Center, Certified Chest Pain Center with Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (PCI), Pediatric Emergency Room, Pediatric Inpatient and Intensive Care Units, the Baby Suites birthing unit with Neonatology Intensive Care Unit Level II, Orthopedic & Spine Center, Behavioral Health Center with Outpatient Services and a freestanding Emergency Department in Hunter's Creek which serves South Orlando. Osceola Regional's commitment for quality and growth is evident as their parent company, HCA, and the University of Central Florida College of Medicine has announced a graduate education consortium which will increase the number of residencies and fellowship at Osceola Regional Medical Center and throughout the state of Florida. Position Summary: Under direction of Licensed Behavioral Health Therapist, performs assessments and provides counseling to patients and families for the treatment of emotional and psychosocial disorders. Essential Job Functions: Performs psychosocial and behavioral assessments of patients and families to identify emotional, social, and environmental concerns associated with patients' diagnosis, illness, treatment, and/or life situation. Works collaboratively with interdisciplinary team, patients, and family members to develop an effective treatment plan. Performs individual and group therapy sessions, crisis intervention and other education and counseling in accordance with patients' individual treatment plans. Maintains knowledge of community resources and serves as a liaison in obtaining needed support. Maintains working knowledge of relevant medical/legal issues that impact patient care, e.g., advance directives, child and elder abuse. Assist with screening, identification and management of victims of abuse, neglect, domestic violence, rape, etc. Makes referrals as appropriate and serves as resource for the health care team. Participates in rounding and proactively responds to patient needs to improve patient outcomes and positively impact overall patient experience. Performs effective discharge planning through coordination with physicians and case management. Ensures staff provides appropriate discharge instructions, information, explanation, and referral to appropriate community resources. Education: Master's degree in a human services related field (Psychology, Social Work, Mental Health, or Counseling) required. License/Certification: Eligible for or currently licensed in Florida as Clinical Social Worker, Counselor or Therapist. (LCSW, LMCH, LMFT). BLS (Basic Life Support) certification required within 30 days of hire. CPI (Crisis Prevention Intervention) certification required within 60 days of hire. Experience: Advanced educational preparation or experience in the area of clinical practice and/or management An EEO/AA Employer M/F/V/D. Tobacco Free Campus Last Edited: 10/18/2017
HCA Henderson, NV, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 25471-11327 Full-time No Weekends At its founding in 1968, Nashville-based HCA was one of the nation's first hospital companies. Today, one of the nation's leading providers of healthcare services, HCA is comprised of locally-managed facilities that include more than 250 hospitals and freestanding surgery centers in 20 states and the United Kingdom, employing approximately 230,000 people. Approximately four to five percent of all inpatient care delivered in the country today is provided by HCA facilities resulting in more than 26M patient encounters each year. HCA is committed to the care and improvement of human life and strives to deliver high quality, cost effective healthcare in the communities we serve. Building on the foundation provided by our Mission & Values, HCA puts patients first and works to constantly improve the care we provide by implementing measures that support our caregivers, help ensure patient safety and provide the highest possible quality. Additional Facts: • Ranked 63 in Fortune 500 • Computerworld Top 50 Best Places to Work in IT since 2009 • Named one of the "World's Most Ethical Companies" since 2010 • 106 HCA hospitals are on The Joint Commission's list of top performers on key quality measures Division Director of Information Security Assurance (DISA) SUMMARY OF DUTIES Oversees all aspects of the Information Security Program for all facilities associated with the Division or Line of Business (LOB) to assure strategic alignment with the HCA Information Protection Program and maturity of IT operational security controls. Serves as a key member of the IT&S leadership team and works effectively with Division/Facility Privacy Officials (FPO), Ethics and Compliance Officers (ECO), and other key decision-makers serving on the Division/Facility Security Committee. Champions, administers, and provides interpretation of Information Security Program policies/procedures to facilitate risk-based decisions by key stakeholders. RESPONSIBILITIES Launch and oversee Information Security Program for all facilities and division/LOB through (25% of the time) Manage governance structure for each in-scope entity (e.g., Facility Security Committee) to facilitate effective, efficient, and standardized approach to align with HCA Information Protection Program (executive dashboards, agendas, minutes, etc.) Facilitate risk-based decisions by key decision-makers that focus on preventing (or correcting) identified business issues through implementation of reasonable administrative, physical, and/or technical controls Partner with FPO and ECO on cross-disciplinary compliance activities Identify, establish and maintain strategic relationships with key stakeholders to help increase maturity of Program throughout operational processes, projects, and other initiatives Validate and operationalize facility readiness for internal and external audits of information security/protection controls on behalf of CIO (25% of the time) Lead division-wide and facility-specific information risk management program to continually assure the maturity of administrative, technical, and physical controls Partner with IT&S colleagues to assure ongoing maturity of IT operational security controls by leveraging inputs from SAPortal, SATracker, ProofPoint, Data Leak Protection (DLP), FileShare scanning, and other monitoring tool Partner with FPO and/or ECO to assure facilities are able to respond timely to time-sensitive notification by providing evidence of the facility's administrative controls (e.g., documented operational procedures to comply with HIPAA Champion HCA Information Protection Program initiatives (20% of the time) Drive visible action to implement initiative within established deadlines (i.e., may be a time-sensitive regulatory requirement and/or a company-prioritized risk reduction activity) Initiate compelling communications with key stakeholders to launch initiative Increase awareness and/or understanding of needed actions to correct identified information security risks Oversee integration of defined role-based training into facility operations (15% of the time) Provide or "train-the-trainer" to deliver role-based training based on identified risks and/or related to compliance with policies/procedures Validate effectiveness of role-based training to monitor the health of each facility's Information Security Program Staff Development: Staffing and Recruiting, Career Development, Mentoring and Coaching, Succession Planning, Performance Management (15% of the time) Actively involved in Human Resources recruitment, performance evaluations, and management of IT division staff (e.g., Zone FISO) Ensures appropriate training and development programs are utilized to attract, retain, and develop personnel required to support information security program Participates in division IT&S succession planning activities with CIO Oversee and coordinate information security incident investigation and reporting (varies %) Partner with Corporate departments and/or external entities (e.g., law enforcement) as required to facilitate rapid response Partner with FPO and/or ECO on cross-disciplinary incident investigation and reporting Duties Include But Are Not Limited To Determination about the "reasonableness" of safeguards/controls that must be implemented to protect sensitive or restricted data being stored, processed, and/or transmitted by (or on behalf of) business owners and/or the facility. Determinations must be made by striking a balance between business/clinical objectives and available administrative, physical, and/or technical safeguards. Consequences of poor determinations may result in the following negative impacts: Inappropriate/unreasonable disruptions of business/clinical objectives Inappropriate disclosure or breach of sensitive or restricted data Monetary penalties Criminal penalties at the personal level Investigations from the Office of Civil Rights (OCR) Corrective Action Plan with OCR Written notification from HCA to the patient, HHS, and in some situations, local media in the event of a breach (as defined by HITECH). Determination about the most appropriate approach for engaging with key stakeholders and/or decision-makers serving on the Division/Facility Security Committee to develop and implement corrective action plans to mitigate/correct identified information security risks. Must leverage strategic relationships, compelling communications, and use of governance structure to drive business decisions (e.g., funding, resources, timing). Consequences of a weak approach may result in the following negative impacts: Lack of business understanding and/or support to mitigate or correct identified information security risks that could lead to disruptions of business/clinical objectives Same negative impacts as listed in the previous example above KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES Strong understanding of information security principles, processes, technologies, and practices - required Ability to communicate effectively at an executive level - required Skill in developing and maintaining effective relationships with medical and administrative staff, and technical staff - required Strong written, verbal, and presentation skills - required Skill in exercising initiative, judgment, problem solving, decision-making - required Strong leadership skills, personal drive, and ability to see projects through to execution in a matrixed environment - required Skill in planning, organizing and supervising - required Skill in developing comprehensive reports - required Ability to analyze and interpret complex data - required Ability to research and prepare comprehensive reports - required Knowledge of computer systems and applications - required Strong analytical skills in budgeting, planning and policy maintenance and development - required Knowledge of information security regulations (HIPAA Privacy/Security, Sarbanes-Oxley IT controls, Payment Card Industry (PCI)) - preferred Information Security certifications (e.g., CISSP, CISA, CISM, GSEC) - preferred Knowledge of healthcare - preferred EDUCATION College Graduate Required Bachelor's degree in IT, Health Information Management, or related field. Master's degree preferred EXPERIENCE 6 - 10 Years Information Security experience 10 + Years of IT experience Leadership experience Management experience Must be able to travel in the continental U.S. Last Edited: 10/18/2017
HCA Largo, FL, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 08947-139962 Full-time No Weekends GENERAL SUMMARY OF DUTIES - The Director of Human Resources plans, implements and directs the Human Resources functions of the Shared Service Center, as determined by the Regional HR Director. The Director of Human Resources serves as the primary resource for all aspects of human resources management including: regulatory compliance, employee relations, salary and wage administration, benefit administration, recruitment, employee development, and workers' compensation. OPERATIONAL DUTIES INCLUDE BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO: • Oversee the development and implementation of human resources policies and procedures designed to effectively support organizational strategy and ensure regulatory compliance • Provide employee relations guidance to management staff (disciplinary actions, employment termination, employee grievances, performance improvement plans, etc.) • Manage an effective recruitment and employment program • Oversee recruitment advertising, applicant selection, pre-employment/post-offer screening processes, etc. • Ensure compliance with all regulatory and legal requirements in all aspects of recruitment and employment • Ensure compliance with Fair Labor Standards in administration of all compensation and pay practices. • Oversee effective workers compensation case management through on-going communication with Third Party Administrator case management staff • Oversee Human Resources Systems and ad hoc report writing functions • Conduct and arrange management training seminars to ensure that management team is abreast of policies and procedures as well as other legal and regulatory compliance issues • Administer employee benefit program in conjunction with corporate office and third party administrators • Oversee payroll/HR processing, including review of all Personnel Action Requests (PARs) for accuracy and compliance with organizational policy • Support all compliance and ethics programs of the company and facilities • Actively participate in FTE, payroll and expense management processes • Perform staff reviews and prepare performance documents for direct reports • Practice and adhere to the "Code of Conduct" philosophy and "Mission and Value Statement" • Other duties as assigned KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES • Organization - proactively prioritizes needs and effectively manages resources • Communication - communicates clearly and concisely. Strong presentation skills. • Leadership - guides individuals and groups toward desired outcomes, setting high performance standards and delivering leading quality services • Customer orientation - establishes and maintains long-term customer relationships, building trust and respect by consistently meeting and exceeding expectations • Tactical execution - oversees the development, deployment and direction of complex programs and processes • PC skills - demonstrates proficiency in Microsoft Office applications and others as required • Financial management - applies tools and processes to successfully manage to budget • Project Management - assesses work activities and allocates resources appropriately • Human Resources - Knowledge of all applicable federal, state and local employment laws and regulatory compliance requirements. Effective employee relations skills. EDUCATION • Bachelor's Degree in Human Resources or related field required. Master's Degree preferred. EXPERIENCE • At least 3 years experience as a Human Resources Manager or Director required. • Experience in healthcare provider finance operations or similar service environments strongly preferred. • Experience prioritizing and juggling multiple responsibilities in a fast paced environment. CERTIFICATE/LICENSE • Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) preferred • Articulates first-hand knowledge and understanding of organizational policies, procedures and systems, pertaining to Human Resources. Parallon #P arallonBCOM Last Edited: 10/18/2017
HCA West Hills, Los Angeles, CA, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 01554-3975 Full-time No Weekends West Hills Hospital & Medical Center is a full-service acute care facility located in West Hills, CA, in the Western San Fernando Valley. The 225-bed facility recently completed an $80-million expansion that includes a new Emergency Department, Intensive Care Unit, Outpatient Services Unit, Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory, and The Grossman Burn Center. Healthgrades (a leading independent health care rating company) announced that West Hills Hospital has received the Distinguished Hospital Award for Clinical Excellence for 2011 & 2012, the Clinical Excellence Award for Critical Care for 2012. West Hills Hospital is also among the Top 100 Hospitals nationwide for Gastrointestinal and General Surgery. West Hills Hospital was the first Accredited Chest Pain Center in Los Angeles County, and also recently received a Certificate of Distinction as a Primary Stroke Center from the Joint Commission. Title: Director, Risk Management/Ethics and Compliance Reports To: • Vice President, Quality Services and Medical Staff Office • Chief Operating Officer , Ethics and Compliance Summary: The Director, Risk Management/Ethics and Compliance has dual reporting structure that reports to the Vice President, Quality and Medical Staff Administration for the functions and responsibilities related to Risk Management and reports to the Chief Operating Officer for the functions and responsibilities related to Ethics and Compliance. Risk Management: The Director, Risk Management/Ethics and Compliance develops proactive responses to patients, their families, and employees following the investigation of potentially compensable events and asserted legal actions. Interfaces with external legal counsel preparing the defense of claims. Improves quality of care by analyzing claims, reviews policies and procedures, and researches topics on Risk Management, and identifies quality-of-care issues for administration and medical staff. Develops proactive loss control techniques and recommendations, and communicates to employees and medical staff through written documents and in-service programs. Manages and coordinates an organization-wide patient safety program and all activities relating to the West Hills Hospital and Medical Center's Patient Safety Program. Fosters a culture of safe practices to reduce error and improve patient outcomes. Assesses compliance with national patient safety goals and other patient safety initiatives and implements policies/programs/education to maximize patient safety. Knows and monitors the areas of organizational risk and compliance as it relates to patient safety. Emphasizes proactive harm prevention for patients, visitors, and staff through development and implementation of programs, policies, and activities. This position requires the full understanding and active participation in fulfilling the mission of West Hills Hospital and Medical Center. It is expected that the employee demonstrate behavior consistent with the values of West Hills Hospital and Medical Center and HCA. The employee shall support the hospital's strategic plan and the goals and direction of the performance improvement and patient safety plans. The employee will also be expected to support all organizational expectations including, but not limited to: Customer Service, Patient's Rights, Confidentiality of Information, Environment of Care, Risk Management and HCA patient safety initiatives. Ethics and Compliance: The Director, Risk Management/Ethics and Compliance will assist the Chief Operating Officer, who is appointed as The Ethics & Compliance Officer, to direct the facility activities related to the Compliance Program. This individual is responsible for coordinating compliance education and other activities as part of the HCA Ethics and Compliance Program. Additionally, this individual is accountable to assure facility compliance with applicable laws and regulations. Education/Certificates/Licenses: • Baccalaureate degree required (healthcare-related degree preferred, Master's degree preferred). • Certified Professional in Healthcare Quality (CPHQ) or Patient Safety preferred. • Certified Professional in Healthcare Risk Management (CPHRM) through ASHRM - American Society for Healthcare Risk Management preferred. • Certified Professional in Healthcare Compliance (CHC) preferred. • Graduate of an accredited RN School of Nursing preferred. • Minimum of 5 years health care experience (clinical experience preferred). • Proven risk management experience. Claims adjustment / insurance / legal experience a plus. Previous experience in patient safety, performance improvement, risk management, case management, compliance program management and/or utilization review. • Comfortable and skilled at working with physicians, health care providers and other stakeholders in the organization. • Capable of gaining immediate credibility with individuals through experience, presentation, communication skills, empathy and compassion. • Analytical skills including a working knowledge of basic statistics and statistical analysis methodologies. Proficient of PC based computer software, i.e. Word, Excel, Access and/or similar systems. • Ability to work independently and interdependently. • Broad knowledge and familiarity with healthcare-related regulatory and accreditation requirements including Title 22. • Capable of providing in-service education to health care providers on risk issues based on data outcomes or industry standards • Ability to develop and facilitate quality improvement projects/teams utilizing various quality tools, i.e., Failure Mode Effects Analysis, Root Cause Analysis, PDCA, etc. Last Edited: 10/18/2017
HCA Aventura, FL, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 01643-7373 Full-time No Weekends Last Edited: 10/18/2017
HCA San Antonio, TX, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 02531-80279 Full-time No Weekends General Statement of Duties: The Clinical Technical Systems Analyst role is to deliver support to end users such as Physicians and Clinicians in the organization about various types of software and hardware programs efficiently and effectively. The Clinical Technical Analyst is to provide expanded on-site support to technical resources, if needed. Essential Job Functions: 1. Lead the integration between clinical areas and IT regarding the development and translation of business needs, using the appropriate reporting tools and methodologies. 2. Coordinates installs and repairs facility and division IT&S equipment and software per HCA and division IT&S standards and guidelines, including but not limited to terminals, personal computers, printers, cabling, and related software products. 3. Determines the needs and requirements for clinical applications and assist in the evaluation, selection, and implementation of clinical systems. 4. Assist in development of educational materials and helps instruct clinical users on features, operation, and usage of software systems. Works with staff and physicians to optimize the usage of clinical systems through education and training, quality outcomes, and providing support in accordance with organizational goals. 5. Troubleshooting applications and software for all internal customers, such as operations, development, and other business units. Analyzes and provides hands-on support for simple to moderate inquiries. Determines appropriate technical area or vendor to resolve the problem and coordinates with other technical areas, as needed. 6. Manages work plans and communication strategies for any project associated with systems to be utilized by assigned departments. Participates in workgroups and develops progress reports for each phase of the initiative. Minimum Education and Experience: 1. High School Diploma or GED equivalent required. 2. Minimum 5 years overall experience in Information Systems within a clinical setting. 3. Combination of experience to include systems analysis, analytical and technical skills. Minimum License and Certificates Required: N/A Last Edited: 10/18/2017
HCA Mechanicsville, VA, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 00448-39393 Full-time Nights (rotating weekends) Hanover Emergency Center provides emergency care fast and close to home. Conveniently located in Mechanicsville at the corner of Atlee Road and 301 in Rutland Commons, our emergency room is open 24/7. This full-service ER has the same advanced technologies and services you would find at a hospital's emergency room, but in the community where you live and work. Hanover Emergency Center was designed specifically around patient comfort. Patients are offered the highest quality of care with private treatment rooms, including specialty rooms for trauma, pediatric and behavioral health patients. We also use the most advanced diagnostic technologies including an on-site laboratory, dedicated digital X-ray room and computerized tomography (CT) scanner. SPECIFIC ELEMENTS AND ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS* 1. *Demonstrates the knowledge and skill to provide nursing care to the Emergency Department patient. 2. *Performs job tasks to ensure personal, patient, and departmental safety. 3. *Communicates effectively and professionally with internal and external customers. Documents required information according to hospital policy. 4. *Functions in an organized and time conscious manner. 5. Displays competency in the charge nurse and triage roles by supervising the delivery of care. 6. *Demonstrates Leadership and Professionalism in nursing practice 7. *Initiates and documents patient teaching including family and/or significant others. Uses appropriate patient education documentation modality 8. *Assesses, initiates, and evaluates education of patient/family, self and others * THOSE SPECIFIC FUNCTIONS WITH AN (*) ARE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS CONSIDERED NECESSARY TO ACCOMPLISH THIS JOB. EXPERIENCE Required - Current Virginia license or license pending state board approval. Preferred - One year experience in Emergency services. EDUCATION Required - Graduate of an accredited school of nursing. Preferred - BSN or enrolled in a bachelor of nursing program. Last Edited: 10/19/2017
HCA Ogden, UT, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 06030-37469 PRN/Per Diem PRN Our northern Utah facility serves a large community with our variety of services including: a cancer treatment center, women's services, cardiology services, and an alcohol and chemical dependency treatment center as well as many others. We were listed in the Truven Health Analytics top 100 hospitals for 2013 and continue our path of excellence in healthcare. Ogden Regional is at the heart of the mountains with over six ski resorts within an hour's drive. There is also a great downtown area with restaurants and shops to satisfy all tastes. With a great university down the road and many schools within driving distance, this hospital is in a great central location to meet all your family's needs. The Lab Tech Asst / CLA receive and processes blood samples to be analyzed by laboratory personnel and interpreted by Pathologists such that patient diagnoses may be made. POSITION REQUIREMENTS A. Licensure/Certification/Registration: CLA Certificate preferred. B. Experience: 1 year laboratory / phlebotomy experience preferred Last Edited: 10/18/2017
HCA Thornton, CO, USA
Oct 20, 2017
Job Code: 03192-66857 Full-time Days (rotating weekends) Position Title : Clinical Nurse Coordinator - Emergency Department RN Shift: Confirming that is a Night shift 7pm to 7am Do you have ED RN experience as a Charge Nurse ? Now its your time to be a bigger part of the ED Management Team as a Night Clinical Nurse Coordinator . Great pay as , hourly position , this position is eligible for night differential pay. Bonus: Generous Relocation Bonus and sign on bonus for Level 1 or Level 2 ED experience as an RN . Hospital : North Suburban Medical Center 9191 Grant St. Thornton , CO 80229 Thornton has Affordable Housing and Great Schools . Only 10 miles northeast of downtown Denver, this town is also great for commuters. Just because things are affordable here doesn't mean you will be missing out on public amenities . With 81 city parks, 80 miles of trails, and over 2,000 acres of public green space, Thornton is one place where you might be paying less but you won't feel like you're losing much value. North Suburban Medical Center : High-Quality Care Our Emergency Department is going to a Level 2 Trauma Center in 2018 .With a generation of caring for the communities of north Denver, North Suburban Medical Center has earned a reputation for high-quality, compassionate care. North Suburban leads the north Denver area in Core Measure quality ratings and is one of just two hospitals in the state of Colorado to be named a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures by The Joint Commission each of the last five years. Position Summary: Under the general supervision of the unit's Director or designee, the Clinical Nurse Coordinator assumes responsibility for direction and coordination of all functions in the unit on his/her designated shift. In collaboration with other members of the management team, this individual is responsible for the ongoing assessment of the quality of patient care services provided in the unit. Required Job Qualifications include: Licensure/Certification/Registration: Current Registered Nurse license in the State of Colorado. Current BCLS, ACLS, PALS/ENPC, TNCC required. Education: Graduate of an Accredited School of Nursing; BSN desirable. Experience: Minimum of two years as a staff nurse in related area of acute care nursing. Previous charge nurse experience preferred. . Knowledge/Skills/Abilities: • Able to articulate and demonstrate knowledge of nursing theory and practice. • Able to plan and provide for delivery of nursing services. • Ability to makes decisions regarding activities within designated areas based on Administrative Operational Standards, Nursing Administrative Standards, Human Resource Standards and Standards of Care for the unit, in collaboration with other members of the leadership team. • Demonstrates excellent organizational skills, interpersonal skills, communication skills, cognitive and critical thinking skills and leadership capabilities. • Ability to prioritize and manage multiple responsibilities and tasks Degree of Supervision Required: Under supervision of: Director/ Manager/ Designee. Orientation Period: Based on experience. Extensive orientation may be required and will be determined by Department Manager/Director. Last Edited: 10/18/2017