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Job Description: STONY BROOK MEDICINE SB CLINICAL PRACTICE MANAGEMENT PLAN, INC.   Ambulatory Cardiology Nurse Manager- Stony Brook Internists, UFPC Work Location – Hiring Cardiology RN Manager for both locations Commack, and Center Moriches. Schedule – Full Time Days & Hours – Monday-Saturday- 8:00am-6:00pm (Flexible) About Us SB Clinical Practice Management Plan, Inc. (SBCPMP) offers a variety of employment opportunities in a variety of clinical and business areas for the Physician Faculty Practices of Stony Brook Medicine. The Physician Faculty Practices span across eighteen different practice specialties and more than forty five locations across Suffolk County. SBCPMP provides billing and clinical support personnel for the Physician Faculty Practices. Learn more about the extraordinary career opportunities available and start your new career at SB Clinical Practice Management Plan Inc. Job Duties & Essential Functions: Supervise staff at ambulatory care site Works closely with Department Administrator on all human resource related tasks including but not limited to recruitment, training, staff development, performance program evaluations, performance improvement plans, clinical competencies and re-certifications Triage patient phone calls. Review lab reports and report abnormal results to physicians. Manage all operational aspects of the outpatient clinic, including monitoring patient related statistics, coordinating room utilization, developing and implementing standardized procedures and practices, following all DOH. JCAHO, HIPAA AND OSHA standards. Update policies and procedures to meet changing needs of department, physicians, and patients. Perform quality improvement projects. Attend meetings and related training sessions. Provide physicians and Physician Assistants with nursing assistance as needed. Perform post-operative care/suture removal. Act as liaison and problem solver between physician, staff, and patients. Follow up on and rectify problems reported on by staff, physicians, and patients. Prepare reports related to fiscal, operational issues, or patient care as directed by Department Administrator. Represent department on committees, such as Ambulatory Care Committee, as needed. All other duties as assigned   Required Education & Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing Registered Nurse (RN) licensed to practice in New York State. Five (5) years of Cardiology nursing experience with at least three (3) years of supervisory or administrative experience. Excellent organizational and communication skills.   Preferred Qualifications: Advanced nursing degree Experience with triage, and cardiac testing Knowledge of JCAHO and HIPPA standards   CPMP provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other legally protected status. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall and transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.   Email resumes to: Michele.Chituk@StonyBrookMedicine.edu

Job Description: 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 jcooke@cpofnys.org or fax to: 212-290-8475, “Attention: Jamilah Cooke”.

Job Description: ST. MICHAELS ASSOCIATION FOR SPECIAL EDUCATION              Job Vacancy Announcement   Occupational Therapist ( OT )  OT provides direct and indirect services for moderate to severely disabled students. The work  services typically include sensory interventions, fine motor programs, functional/community based activities, student evaluations, educational plan development, treatment plans, equipment assessments, and staff training. OT works in conjunction with the Special Education Teachers and other therapy disciplines. Full time position preferred but will consider part time or consult options.             Registered Nurse  - Certified in the State of Arizona OPEN UNTIL FILLED   Oversees the operation of the Nursing Department, provides medication for clients, prepares and develops processes, procedures required for an effective program. Ensure the client’ appointment and follow ups are scheduled and maintained.  (Detail job description is available).  Supervises one staff.  Worked with the management teams to meet the needs of the school and the consumers.   Interpersonal skills required.  All applicants must promote the habilitation of individuals in their learning, communication, mobility, self-care and Navajo culture. Physical demands of the job are required.   Fingerprint clearance, criminal background check. Specific information for the positions available.  Call (928) 871-2807.  Submit a complete application, with required documents to SMASE HR Manager, P.O. Box 100, St. Michael, AZ. 86511, Fax (928) 871-4873. Navajo Preference in Employment Act

Job Description: Overnight Registered Nurse – SI (11pm-7am)   A.           POSITION SUMMARY:   Directly coordinates and delivers health care for persons receiving services in assigned site to achieve positive health outcomes. Responsible for nursing assessment, writing of diagnoses, developing and intervening in the persons receiving services health care plans to ensure quality care in the most efficient manner. Advocates for health and accesses hospital and specialty clinic services. Provides supervision to the Licensed Practical Nurse(s) on shift.   B.            POSITION DUTIES:   Assesses each person receiving services to determine and identify needs, issues, resources, and health care outcomes. Identifies individual’s development strengths and health care needs.  Obtains emergency medical care when necessary. Develops and updates health care plan to address assessd needs. Provides direct medical/nursing services to assigned individuals as presented. Oversees the implementation of the health care plan by training persons receiving services, family, and/or caregivers. Trains and oversees staff in carrying out treatment plans relating to health needs on an ongoing basis. Evaluates effectiveness of plan in meeting outcomes. Communicates outcomes to patients, families, caregivers, or service providers. Refers to other health providers, as needed. Schedules follow-up medical appointments according to medical recommendations. Ensures proper documentation of persons receiving services care and progress. Details acute and chronic health problems and interventions; reviews, medication, hospitalizations, clinics, weights, and dietary concerns. Identifies the need for, and arranges and conducts conferences to facilitate resolution of complex issues. Consults with Charge Nurse and/or Nursing Supervisor, as needed. Maintains ongoing communication with attending physicians, supervisors, and other health care practitioners (Clinicians). Works collaboratively with all involved personnel in managing the person receiving service’s care from admission through discharge. May accompany persons receiving services to clinics, recreation outings, social outings, etc. Develops strategies to prevent acute hospital admissions and/or deteriorations. Reviews incoming clinic visit summaries and chart in progress notes the results of doctor visits then implements orders in a timely manner. Develops and updates patient’s profile with the Residential Coordinator or other service providers for use at clinic appointments and hospitals, to include presenting problems and current medication list. Conducts on-going reviews of medication administration documentation and monthly reviews of medexes. Conducts regularly scheduled observations and pouring (procedures) of medication administration procedures performed by medication certified personnel. Regularly reviews procedures for medication receipt storage or accountability with Charge Nurse providing assistance in implementing corrective action as necessary. Provides direct oversight to Licensed Practical Nurse on shift, reporting problems and corrective action to Charge Nurse. In the absence of the Residential Coordinator and/or Shift Supervisor, directly supervises Direct Care staff for all individual care responsibilities. Maintains close contact with individual’s Day Program Nurse to ensure all medical/nursing needs are met in the Day Program. Provides health assessments and doctor’s orders where needed. Performs all other duties as assigned.   C.            REQUIREMENTS:   NYS Licensed Registered Nurse (BSN minimum). Minimum 2 years experience working with persons with disabilities. Extensive knowledge of pertinent health resources. Excellent oral and written communication skills. CPR Certification. 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 acts, whistleblower protections and mandatory reporting.  Completes corporate compliance training at least annually.  Fully cooperates in all corporate compliance investigations and reviews.    D.            SUPERVISES:                   Licensed Practical Nurses   Apply by sending your resume via e-mail to jcooke@cpofnys.org or fax to: 212-290-8475, “Attention: Jamilah Cooke”.

Job Description: PHYSICIAN ASSISTANTS Join Our Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU) Team The New York Campus of the VA New Harbor Healthcare System has immediate opportunities available in this state-of-the art facility. We are currently seeking 4 Physician Assistants to join our Surgical Intensive Care Unit (SICU) Team, an integral part of the healthcare team. The Physician Assistant is a certified health care professional who performs patient care services on patients in the SICU under the supervision of the Director of the SICU. The ideal candidate will perform history and physical examinations, including blood drawing and other diagnostic elements of initial evaluation. He/she will order indicated laboratory, imaging and other diagnostic studies, initiate consultations and coordinate services. The PA will perform arterial puncture for blood gases, and insert and remove nasogastric, rectal and urinary catheters. VA Harbor is seeking a qualified BC/BE individual from an accredited PA program. You must be a graduate of a PA training program accredited by the Committee on Allied Health Education and Accreditation Commission (CAHEA) and have an active license in any state. We offer an attractive salary and benefits package. Candidates may also be eligible to participate in the Education Debt Reduction Program (EDRP), which assists with the reduction of outstanding student loan(s). We offer an attractive salary and benefits package US CITIZENSHIP IS REQUIRED To apply please send resume to Nelly.Hernandez@va.gov  Attn: Nelly E Hernandez Human Resources Specialist VA New York Harbor HCS 800 Poly PL Brooklyn, NY 11209 (718) 836-6600 Fax: (718) 567-4070   The VA is an EOE M/F/V/H

Job Description: Primary Clinical Services Coordinator (Bilingual Family Nurse Practitioner) Apply practiced nursing knowledge in a distinctive medical facility. Provide expert nursing care in a Physician Practice area as a Clinical Services Coordinator. The Clinical Services Coordinator utilizes knowledge of nursing processes to plan, implement, evaluate, and document care. TBHC has been a leader in the provision of complete, efficient, and community-responsive care since 1839, and is a Top Performer for Key Quality today.  We offer an extensive network of primary and specialty services that improve outcomes for our diverse constituents. Both hands-on experience and administrative acumen is needed to succeed in this role. The chosen professional will provide direct primary care to all patients in the assigned ambulatory care unit, including obtaining histories, performing diagnostic and therapeutic procedures, and documenting all encounters in the patient’s medical record.The Clinical Services Coordinatorprovides leadership to new programmatic initiatives addressing the clinical and psychosocial needs, while displaying professional practice as set forth with standard of care, and the institution’s mission and goals.   Other responsibilities include: Reviewing and charting patient’s ongoing medications and alerting providers of discrepancies Performing venipuncture, starting IV lines, accessing central catheters Drawing and labeling bloods, urine, CSF and sends to appropriate laboratories Arranging admissions and prior authorizations Conducting age-appropriate education, treatment education, and adherence monitoring and prevention services to all patients Conducting Performance Improvement (PI) activities   Qualified candidate must: Have Masters Degree in Nursing or completion of Advance Nursing Practice Program Possess experience as Family Nurse Practitioner Be a New York State Licensed Registered Nurse and Nurse Practitioner Have a strong understanding of business  fundamentals and hospital operations Have Basic Cardiac Life Support (BCLS) Certification Have strong communications, business administration, and human resources skills Be fluent in both English and Spanish or English and Creole   Team members here enjoy a stimulating work setting, a location in the heart of vibrant and historic downtown Brooklyn, and a complete salary/benefits package. To learn more and apply, please visit www.tbh.org and reference Req. # 4388.   Equal Opportunity Employer

Job Description: Lend a Helping Hand…. or Two!   Physical Therapist TemPositions Health Care is looking for flexible Physical Therapist to work in the New York City Public School system with children in need of therapy services. This is a rewarding opportunity to make your own flexible schedule and assist in the progression of a student(s) lives. You can The PT will be responsible for the following duties. Delivery of PT services in designated school area Completion of daily service records Completion of student progress reports as requested by the school Completion of monthly service delivery report. DIVISION OVERVIEW  This job is presented to you by TemPositions Health Care, a division of the TemPositions Group of Companies, which provides supplemental staffing services to large governmental and non-profit healthcare organizations. We offer our employees outstanding opportunities in social service, educational, clinical and occupational settings. Nursing, direct care, social work, therapy and technical professionals and paraprofessionals enjoy exceptional compensation and benefits, and a wealth of opportunities to choose from. Our clients can count on highly qualified staff in all specialty areas. To learn more about employment opportunities or our offerings, visit our website at www.tempositionshealthcare.com. Job Snapshot Employment TypeFull-Time/Part-Time Job TypeHealth Care EducationGraduate Degree ExperienceAt least 2 year(s) Manages OthersNo IndustryHealthcare - Health Services Required Travel   Send Resumes to: tcallender@tempositions.com

Job Description: Occupational Therapist Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Service (PM&RS) The New York Campus of the VA New Harbor Healthcare System has immediate opportunities available in this state-of-the art facility. We are currently seeking Occupational Therapists with 1 year of experience on acute care to join Physical Therapy Section of the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Service (PM&RS) of the VA New York Harbor Health Care System. The Occupational Therapist Performs occupational therapy evaluation and treatments on individuals with a variety of disabilities including but not limited to; upper extremity orthopedic disorders, central and peripheral nervous system disorders, circulatory and pulmonary diseases, cognitive impairments and multisystem disease combinations.  Develops, implements, and communicates the occupational therapy intervention plan based on the evaluation, patient goals, current best evidence, and clinical reasoning.  Graduation from a degree program in occupational therapy approved by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) or predecessor organizations to include an internship (supervised fieldwork experience required by the educational institution). The ACOTE is the only accreditation agency recognized by the United States Department of Education (USDE) and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). Degree programs may be verified by contacting the American Occupational Therapy Association website or at their office address: American Occupational Therapy Association, P.O, Box 31220, Bethesda, MD 20824-1220. NOTE: Effective January 1, 2005, ACOTE accredits only master or doctoral degree programs in occupational therapy.  We offer an attractive salary and benefits package. Candidates may also be eligible to participate in the Education Debt Reduction Program (EDRP), which assists with the reduction of outstanding student loan(s).   We offer an attractive salary and benefits package US CITIZENSHIP IS REQUIRED To apply please send resume to Nelly.Hernandez@va.gov  Attn: Nelly E Hernandez Human Resources Specialist VA New York Harbor HCS 800 Poly PL Brooklyn, NY 11209 (718) 836-6600 Fax: (718) 567-4070   The VA is an EOE M/F/V/H

Job Description: Charge Nurse - SI   A.           POSITION SUMMARY:   Directly oversees the provision of services provided to patients by clinic physicians, clinicians, RNs, LPNs and DCCs to ensure that all health needs are addressed in an appropriate and efficient manner.  Provides direct oversight and complete responsibility for the nursing assessment and initiating health care plans to ensure that the highest quality care is being rendered in the most efficient manner to the individuals served.  Oversees the accurate implementation of the health care plan by the nursing staff.  Trains and oversees staff in carrying out treatment plans relating to the health needs of the individuals served on an ongoing basis.  Evaluates effectiveness of care plans in meeting all outcomes, goals and objectives to ensure that the best care is provided.  Communicates outcomes to individuals, families, caregivers and or service providers.  Provides updated reports and ensures proper documentation by staff are being delivered in a professional and timely manner.      B.            POSITION DUTIES:   1.     Supervises RNs and provides oversight and instructions to the nursing staff and direct care staff.      2.     In collaboration with Clinical Nursing Supervisor, establishes systems for day-to-day medical/nursing operations.   3.     Monitors compliance with established policies and procedures and takes corrective action to maintain high standards of nursing care.    4.     Monitors activities in all clinical areas to ensure that quality services are provided within the framework of Agency policies and procedures and all applicable government regulations.   5.   Completes monthly schedules for nurses.    6.    Ensures that the facility is well stocked with medical supplies and that all equipment is in working order.  Maintains appropriate logs and control count sheets.    7.     Collaborates with the physician on the disposition of unscheduled/priority appointment requests.    8.     Conducts monthly nurses meetings and provides verbal and written guidance as needed.  Oversees and identifies the need for and arranges and conducts conferences to facilitate resolution of complex issues.   9.      Provides in-service training for 24 hour nurses as required.  Develops and updates patient’s profile with the Residential Coordinator or other service providers for use at clinic appointments and hospitals, to include presenting problems and current medication list.  Assigns nursing staff to perform health care treatments/procedures and having taken into consideration the complexity of the procedure(s), the skill/experience of the staff and the health conditions/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.   10. Oversees prior authorizations for medications, feedings and transportation.   11.  Supervises the preparation packages for the Surrogate Court and CAB.  Attends the surrogate court proceedings with or without the day shift primary nurse.   12.   Attends all annual and semi-annual ISP meetings/conferences in the various day programs attended by the individuals we serve in the ICF 14.    13.   In the absence of the Clinical Nursing Supervisor, the Charge Nurse is responsible for overall ICF operations and supervision of al nursing staff.   14.   Maintains a safe, therapeutic ICF environment.   15.   Performs all other duties as assigned.        C.  REQUIREMENTS:   1.    NYS licenses Registered Nurse. Minimum three years nursing experience with one year in supervision. 3.    C.P.R. certification. 4.     Extensive knowledge of pertinent health resources. 5.     Excellent oral and written communication skills. 6.     Able to work flexible hours and/or days. 7.     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:      RNs, LPNs and Direct Care Counselors   Apply by sending your resume via e-mail to jcooke@cpofnys.org or fax to: 212-290-8475, “Attention: Jamilah Cooke”.

Job Description: POSITION:  Senior Policy Advisor COMPANY:  American Nurses Association LOCATION:  Silver Spring, MD TO APPLY:  Apply online or email resume to chet.reisler@ana.org     The focus of the Senior Policy Advisor role is to provide leadership between and among departments in the review of research, analysis of trends and issues, provision of consultative services to C/SNAs, OAs and ANA Enterprise staff, development of policy and practice position statements and white papers, and to disseminate meaningful information to ANA Enterprise Staff, and the broader nursing community, through effective communication, publication and presentations.     DUTIES: Analyzes legislation at the state and federal level for its impact on RNs/APRNS.  Analyst expected to have knowledge of reimbursement systems and impact on payment policy and coverage of specific populations. Analyzes proposed and final Federal agency rules and regulations (published in the Federal Register) that impact health care and the nursing profession. Assumes accountability for dissemination of information on proposed comment opportunities to ANA stakeholders (internal and external). Coordination on regulatory comment letters developed for submission by ANA and assumes accountability for planning, direction, management and analysis of related activities. Analyzes published research for purposes of integration and translation into practice and/or policy. Assumes accountability for the planning, direction, management and analysis of related activities. Monitors current significant trends, issues and strategies related to assigned or related projects, policies, positions, issues and areas of expertise. Monitors and evaluates developments significant to health care policy and nursing practice. Works collaboratively to prepare and develop policy and position statements,  and legislative testimony, on nursing practice, healthcare issues and related topics. Communicates knowledge through well-written papers, reports, articles, presentations and other communication venues to inform the work of the department, the association and the wider nursing community. Provides and coordinates health policy and nursing practice consultative services for C/SNAs, Organizational Affiliates and ANA Enterprise staff, working in and leading cross collaborative teams within the Entity. Writes and publishes materials for journals and other print materials including ANA publications. Identifies opportunities, develops and submits abstracts for poster and podium presentations.  As requested, conducts news interviews and provides content to ANA leadership. Identifies significant nomination opportunities published in the Federal Register. Assumes accountability for dissemination of information to ANA stakeholders (internal and external).   QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED   Education: Bachelor’s degree required.  Preference for RN, APRN or JD     Related Work Experience: Ten or more years of demonstrated, high-level analysis, research, grant activity, publication, teaching, and/or practice in areas relevant to the position as demonstrated by a substantial record in several of the following areas: Publication work should include a significant, ongoing record of individual and co-authored work published in various outlets, including policy papers, research summaries, payment reviews, journals, chapters in books, monographs and book reviews.   Association experience is highly desirable. Prior work with nurses or nursing groups on professional nursing issues strongly preferred. Evidence of collaboration with other health care disciplines strongly preferred.   Skills: Ability to rapidly analyze and explain complex nursing, and healthcare, and legal concepts in a clear and concise manner. Must be able to formulate, evaluate and explain related policies. Evidence of effective public speaking at the state, regional, national or international level. Proficiency in working with individuals with various backgrounds and levels of sophistication on nursing practice and health policy, including ANA staff, elected and appointed officials and other organizations. Significant record of individual and/or co-authored publications in nursing and/or healthcare related journals. Demonstrated ability to effectively lead projects and workgroups within and outside of the organization. Strong proficiency with computer software including Microsoft software applications and other related software. Demonstrated ability to independently prioritize and manage multiple high-level complex projects and complete within specified timeframes. Demonstrated ability to work effectively and collaboratively with staff at all levels and across organizational units. Must understand and be able to provide guidance, advice and technical assistance for the review and formulation of federal legislative and regulatory proposals.

Job Description: PHYSICAL THERAPY DIRECTOR   Employee Benefit Funds, an established ambulatory care health system, seeks a Director of Physical Therapy with strong management skills to provide leadership and be responsible for the daily operation of the Physical Therapy units at all NYC facilities. Responsible for staff development.   Must possess: an advanced degree in Physical Therapy (Master’s or DPT); excellent interpersonal skills to enable positive interactions with patients/families and other health care professionals; 7-10 years of clinical experience; 5 years’ experience in a supervisory or managerial position; excellent administrative, verbal and written communication skills; and a current NY state Physical Therapy license.   We offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental, vision, disability, life and a 401(k) plan in addition to other outstanding benefits.  EOE.   Interested, qualified candidates may forward resumes to: MLondon@HotelFunds.org with “PT Director” in the subject line.

Job Description: Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Service (PM&RS) The New York Campus of the VA New Harbor Healthcare System has immediate opportunities available in this state-of-the art facility. We are currently seeking Certified Occupational Therapists Assistant to join Physical Therapy Section of the Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Service (PM&RS) of the VA New York Harbor Health Care System. The Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant will provide consultative management and treatment of acute and chronic pain including interventional spine procedurestherapy evaluation and treatments on individuals with a variety of disabilities including but not limited to; upper extremity orthopedic disorders, central and peripheral nervous system disorders, circulatory and pulmonary diseases, cognitive impairments and multisystem disease combinations.  Licensure: current, full, active, and unrestricted license to practice as an Occupational Therapy Assistant in a state, territory, or commonwealth of the United States, or in the District of Columbia.  Education. Successful completion of an associates' degree in occupational therapy from a college or university accredited by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA) Candidates may also be eligible to participate in the Education Debt Reduction Program (EDRP), which assists with the reduction of outstanding student loan(s).   We offer an attractive salary and benefits package US CITIZENSHIP IS REQUIRED To apply please send resume to Nelly.Hernandez@va.gov  Attn: Nelly E Hernandez Human Resources Specialist VA New York Harbor HCS 800 Poly PL Brooklyn, NY 11209 (718) 836-6600 Fax: (718) 567-4070   The VA is an EOE M/F/V/H

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In order for hospitals and medical facilities to provide quality patient care, they need to hire the right staff, constantly analyze policies and implement new procedures in areas of opportunity. Patient care services manager positions play a large role in ensuring hospitals are fully equipped to deliver optimal care to patients.

Outside of monitoring and implementing new policies and procedures, patient care services managers are responsible for maintaining a staff. This includes hiring, training and evaluating staff members and ensuring the department or facility stays in compliance with laws and regulations.

Patient care services manager jobs may be found in all types of healthcare settings. From physicians’ offices and hospitals to dental offices and clinics, patient care coordinators are needed to ensure facilities are providing optimal care.

To qualify for patient care services manager jobs, you need to be an RN with a bachelor’s or master’s degree. A minimum of 5 years of clinical experience is often required before stepping into this leadership position.

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