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Ensure a safe environment for patients, visitors and employees as well as protect and preserve property interests of the Cooper Health System.
Provides support for the patient care unit.
Assumes responsibility for recording keeping, and intra-departmental and interdepartmental communications.
- Assists the Clinical team in providing indirect patient care, plus has non patient care responsibilities.
- Contributes to quality patient care by serving as a significant member of the health care team.
A nonexempt position responsible for performing a variety of duties in various ambulatory
settings, including primary, multi-specialty, specialty practices.
May be involved in both the clinical and administrative areas including assisting providers
with patient care, and handling clerical, environmental, and organizational tasks.
Provides information to patients so they may fully utilize and benefit from the clinical
Maintains working knowledge of regulatory standards and is accountable to sustain these
standards in daily operations.
Clinical direction, oversight and competency review is provided by medical providers and
ambulatory professional development team in coordination with office management.
Perform various laundry, patient transport, and environmental duties throughout the hospital. Performs specific cleaning duties to maintain a clean and aseptic environment. Transports patients throughout the facility in a professional, courteous and timely manner. Performs laundering and related assignments necessary to the collection, processing and distribution of linen throughout the system. Keeps waiting rooms, lounges, and staff areas tidy. High School diploma or equivalent required.
EXCITING NEW FULL TIME SIGN ON BONUS WITH COMMITMENT!
- FULL TIME $5,000 Sign-on bonus for a one year commitment. Bonus paid as follows:
- $2500K upon hire
- $2500K upon completion of first 90 days
Responsible for designing a treatment plan and carrying out dose calculations based on the radiation oncologist's prescribed course of radiotherapy or brachytherapy.
Responsible for data recording and management related to patient radiotherapy and brachytherapy treatment.
Responsible for assisting the radiation therapists in the simulation and setup verification of treatment delivery.
Responsible for assisting the medical physicists in the quality management practices for ensuring appropriate patient treatment and appropriate use of computer hardware and software, and other equipment.
Applicant should be a board-certified Physician Assistant or Advance Nurse Practitioner. Preference will be given to those with a minimum of 2 years’ experience in Neurosurgery or Neurology to meet the needs of this complex patient cohort. The APP will provide comprehensive outpatient care to new, established, hospital follow ups/post-ops and Telemed patients. The provider should be comfortable with reviewing imaging. This outpatient position does not involve hospital coverage or in house call.
Under the direction of a Registered Nurse (RN), assists with patients’ activities of daily living and plan of care. Communicates with and supports healthcare team, patients and/or patient’s family or significant other(s). Maintains and demonstrates high standards of professional ethics.
- Supports the activities of daily living to include bathing, dressing, grooming, oral care, feeding, toileting/hygiene, and assisting with mobility and transport. Demonstrates standard precautions including the care of patients in isolation and safe patient practice.
- Performs technical duties as directed by RN, such as phlebotomy, vital signs, point of care testing, EKGs, Foley catheter care specific to population served and documents appropriately.
- Identifies and communicates changes in patient’s status to RN and responds appropriately. Demonstrates standard precautions including the care of patients in isolation and safe patient practice.
- Reinforces education of patient and family/responsible party regarding individual care needs and safety issues.
- Participates in Cooper patient satisfaction initiatives and goals. Participates in the performance improvement activities. Assists in orientation of new hires.
- Completes annual unit-specific competencies by specified due date.
- Attends Staff Meetings when available for documents review of staff meeting minutes.
- Assists in admission, transfers and discharges of patients to and from the unit.
Receives specimens and orders appropriate tests as prescribed; processes samples for laboratory testing using various computer applications.
Checks for specimen integrity and proper specimen identification.
Prints and distributes reports, answers telephone calls from customers including inpatient nurses/physicians and outpatient clients.
Processes specimens for multiple Reference Labs.
Patient Navigators provide a single and centralized point of patient access to physician and radiology services across disciplines. This includes Internal and Family Medicine, Pediatrics, Orthopedics, Cardiology, OB/GYN, Endocrinology, Rheumatology, Gastroenterology, and Pain Management.
Patient Navigators thrive on working in a fast paced environment, have a strong ability to multi-task, are technically savvy, service oriented, communicate effectively and consistently display a professional demeanor.
Delivers an exceptional experience to patients, customers and physicians who contact the Access Center by facilitating patient access throughout Cooper’s provider network.
Provides support to the Access Center management team related to escalations, patient complaints, new hire onboarding, and training/cross-training initiatives.