EMPLOYEE HEALTH SERVICES
8 HR, DAYS SHFIT
The Occupational Health Provider is accountable for leading the healthcare system’s employee health activities. The Nurse Practitioner Leader will develop and implement employee health programs system-wide, manage the worker’s compensation activities, provide physical exams and treatment for workers, provide pre-employment physical, and ensure Joint Commission compliance in regards to vaccinations, infection control, and employee health records. Occupational Health Provider is the specialty practice that provides for and delivers health and safety services to employees. The practice focuses on promotion and restoration of health, prevention of illness and injury, and protection from occupational and environmental hazards. The Occupational Health Provider assesses, plans and provides comprehensive patient care independently and in autonomous collaboration with other health care professionals. Assists with policy and procedure development and implementation while maintaining CDC, OSHA, AOA HFAP/TJC/CMS/local regulatory and other regulatory agency standards or directives. Acts as a primary education consultant to hospital employees, physicians, patients, volunteers’ safe practices. Responds to potential exposures by communicating with patients, physicians, nursing staff, other employees, volunteers and regulatory agencies.
ECUCATION AND WORK EXPERIENCE
Employees must be in their current position for a minimum of six calendar months and not received any disciplinary action within the last six months to apply and be considered for a transfer.
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