Coordinator Diagnostic Radiology New Hanover Regional Medical Center Wilmington, NC Forbes Magazine has announced New Hanover Regional Medical Center is one of America’s Best Employers of 2018. Our organization is the region’s largest healthcare provider, employing over 7,000 people who have a passion for making a positive difference in the lives of others. This is the ideal place for you to further your career. The Coordinator Diagnostic Radiology is responsible for coordinating the delivery of Radiology services by assigning technologists work, scheduling patients, checking quality of films, performing Radiology procedures ordered by a physician to assist in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. Additional responsibilities include: Assigns Diagnostic Technologists and support personnel to work areas and cases based on patient workload. Schedules patient's appointments in coordination with technologists, physician, test, procedures, etc. Checks quality of diagnostic examinations to be reviewed by physicians. Performs radiographic procedures. Serves in a recommending role for hiring and discharging employees. Responsible for training, counseling, teaching, and scheduling of discipline of employees working in assigned Radiology section(s). Education: Work requires knowledge normally acquired through the completion of a two-year radiologic technology program approved by the AMA. Licensure/Certifications: Registered through the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists. AHA HS Certification. Experience: 1-2 years preferred. If you are looking to take the next step in your career, Wilmington, NC is a growing coastal community of around 100,000 people in Southeastern North Carolina. Enjoy living and working where most people vacation. Year-round boating, golf, fishing, tennis, and biking are available. We have a vibrant, historical downtown with excellent restaurants and an active cultural arts community. New Hanover Regional Medical Center offers a benefits package designed to ensure access to quality healthcare and help you maintain a healthy lifestyle. Teaching hospital, regional referral center, and Level II Trauma Center Southeastern North Carolina’s largest employer with more than 7,000 employees Join Our Talented Team Today! Apply directly online at: www.nhrmc.org/careers EOE - NHRMC is committed to inclusion and diversity
Nurse Case Manager - BX, MH, SI and QNS A. POSITION SUMMARY: Coordinates the delivery of health care services for persons receiving services in an assigned program unit. Makes nursing assessments and diagnoses. Works in conjunction with other members of the Interdisciplinary Team (IDT) to achieve positive health outcomes for persons receiving services. B. POSITION DUTIES: 1. Coordinates the delivery of routine and specialty health care services to address assessed needs of persons receiving services in assigned program unit. Assesses and establishes health care outcomes for persons receiving services. Updates assessments on at least a semiannual basis or as indicated. Maintains health care profiles. 3. Acts as a liaison to communicate health information between and among team members, families, other agencies, hospitals, clinics and all other service providers. 4. Completes all required written documentation. Charts health care progress as indicated by acute illnesses and/or complex ongoing medical problems. 5. Evaluates the effectiveness of preventive/ongoing health care and makes recommendations/ referrals for alternative care, as necessary. 6. Conducts general and individual specific health related trainings for persons receiving services, direct care staff, and other team members as needed. 7. Assigns Direct Care staff to perform health care treatments/procedures after having taken into consideration the complexity of the procedure(s), the skill/experience of the staff and the health condition(s)/status of the person receiving services. Initially trains the staff in the task/activity and regularly observes/monitors to ensure all treatments/procedures are performed correctly. 8. In conjunction with the Residential Coordinator, supervises AMAP staff and works with the Nursing Educator to ensure all AMAP staff are initially certified and annually re-certified. 9. Provides on call coverage via cell phone between the hours of 6:00 am – 6:00 pm, Monday thru Friday. Is prepared to go onsite if an on call problem warrants a nurse’s visit. 10. Maintains all medical standards as set forth in agency policy and OPWDD regulations. 11. Participates in meetings as indicated including but not limited to IDT, Day Program, Human Rights, Departmental, Borough and specially arranged meetings. 12. Performs all other duties as assigned or indicated including but not limited to: completing surrogate packets, writing incident reports, assisting in developing policies, procedures and forms; and establishing working systems. C. REQUIREMENTS: 1. NYS Registered Nurse. Bachelors Degree preferred. 2. Prior nursing experience and/or experience working with persons with developmental disabilities preferred. 3. Excellent oral and written communication skills. 4. Ability to travel to and access multiple locations throughout the metropolitan area. 5. Able to work flexible hours and/or days. 6. Performs all job responsibilities in full compliance with all applicable laws, rules, regulations, policies and procedures. Adheres to the agency’s corporate compliance program, including the code of business conduct, the NYS and federal false claims act, whistleblower protection and mandatory reporting. Completes corporate compliance training at least annually. Fully cooperates in all corporate compliance investigations and reviews. D. SUPERVISES: Medical Case Manager Counselors Apply by sending your resume via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to: 212-290-8475, “Attention: Jamilah Cooke”.