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Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The CNA in the Nursing Administration Department is an unlicensed assistive person who assists with activities of daily living, provides basic nursing care to non-critical patients and assists in maintenance of a safe environment under the direction and supervision of the Registered Nurse in charge of the team and/or unit.
Category
Aide
ID
2022-97318
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Registered Nurse is responsible for the delivery of safe patient care utilizing the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Provides direct patient care within the scope of practice. The Registered Nurse also directs and guides patient/family teaching and activities of other nursing personnel while maintaining standards of care within the Medical/Surgical Unit. The Registered Nurse is directly responsible and accountable for the care given to his/her assigned patients. He / She communicates with physician about changes in the patient’s clinical condition including cardiac monitoring, results of diagnostic studies and symptomatology. Is able to respond quickly and accurately to changes in condition and/or response to treatment.  
Category
RN
ID
2022-97316
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Nights
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The PBX Operator / Receptionist is responsible for answering the switchboard and pages overhead, greets and directs people to the appropriate departments. The PBX operator monitors the Hospital alarms and must be aware of the policy and procedures of all hospital emergency codes. Ability to communicate with population served.
Category
Admin
ID
2022-97140
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Variable
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
Under the direction and authorization of the medical director and cardiopulmonary director/manager, the RCP I is responsible for performing respiratory therapeutic and pulmonary diagnostic procedures as ordered by the physician.  Emphasis will be toward the assessment, planning, implementation and documentation of care, with consideration of age and population specific needs and requirements of the patient.  In the absence of a supervisor, may be assigned/identified as Lead RCP, having responsibility for the section or department during their shift.
Category
Clinical Tech
ID
2022-97139
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Nights
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Unit Secretary is directly accountable to the Director of Med/Surg, and indirectly to the Charge Nurse, and / or House Supervisor. The Unit Secretary is an unlicensed person who performs indirect care in the department setting. Facilitates the communication needs of the department. Transcribes physician orders from records (in the absence of CPOE and EMR clinical documentation system) with notation and signature by nursing staff. Prepares and complies records on the Emergency Room. Orders supplies for the unit, prepares and completes each patients chart for necessary forms needed on a daily basis. Able to assist nursing staff for duties involving indirect patient care.
Category
Admin
ID
2022-97135
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Collector is responsible for the follow-up performed on insurance balances or self pay accounts to ensure payment without delay is received from the insurance companies or uninsured patients or the account is converted to another financial payer. Communicates clearly and efficiently by phone and in person with our clients and staff members. Maintains productivity standards and reports. Obtains updated demographic information and all necessary information needed to comply with insurance billing requirements. Forwards updated information to responsible staff members for computer changes. Operates computer to input follow up notes and retrieve collection and patient information. Is able to write effective appeals to insurance companies.
Category
Admin
ID
2022-97129
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Nurse Aid in the Intensive Care Department is an unlicensed assistive person who assists with activities of daily living, provides basic nursing care to non-critical patients and assists in maintenance of a safe environment under the direction and supervision of the Registered Nurse in charge of the team and/or unit.  Facilitates the communication needs of the department.  Transcribes physician orders from records (in the absence of CPOE and EMR clinical documentation system) with notation and signature by nursing staff.  Prepares and compiles records on the ICU.  Orders supplies for the unit, prepares and completes each patient’s chart for necessary forms needed on a daily basis.  Able to assist nursing staff in duties involving indirect patient care.
Category
Aide
ID
2022-97128
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Laboratory Assistant will follow the guidelines set by CLIA, and the CA Business and Professions Codes (bpc: 1212, 1269). Unlicensed laboratory personnel ("aides") may not, read, record, result, verify or interpret any laboratory test. Unlicensed laboratory personnel may not perform any test involving the quantitative measurement of specimen or reagent, or perform any mathematical calculation in determining a test result or validity of a test procedure. Unlicensed laboratory personnel may not perform instrument calibration or review quality control results to monitor the performance of the instrument or test procedure. Unlicensed personnel require direct and constant supervision by a CLS or other licensed person identified in bpc: 1269, during the entire time they are assisting in the analytical testing phase. The Laboratory Assistant: 1) performs computer entry, filing, telephone communication and other clerical duties, 2) demonstrates good telephone etiquette and be able to greet patients and other visitors in a polite and friendly manner, 3) possesses good communication skills, 4) demonstrates adequate knowledge of the terminology of tests ordered in the laboratory, 5) demonstrates a good working knowledge of phlebotomy and the equipment used in collecting specimens from newborns to geriatric patients, 6) processes pathology, microbiology, immunology, hematology, coagulation, urinalysis, chemistry, and blood bank specimens, 7) processes specimens for reference laboratory, 8) stocks and orders routine supplies, 9) keeps storage areas, trays, centrifuges, and collection areas clean, 10) processes or places specimens on laboratory instruments in accordance with established policy and procedures, 11) with proper documented training the laboratory assistant may perform, instrument preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, assist in quality control procedures, perform, primary culture inoculations, stain slide preparations, and subculture from liquid media. 11) other tasks or responsibilities may be assigned by the department manager/director, ie monitor, mail, fax, answer phone, inter departmental deliveries. Etc. 12) Assist in Pathology with training and eval. 13) Runner.
Category
Clinical Professional
ID
2022-97002
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Variable
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The HR Front desk Assistant processes new hire paperwork, filing, data entry, and helping with front office and phones,  Keeps personnel records up to date. Assists with hospital recognition programs and assists employees with general Human Resources questions, evaluations. 
Category
Admin
ID
2022-96983
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
- Establishes priorities of patient care based on essential needs and available resources of time, personnel, physicians, equipment and supplies. - Formulates, maintains and continually updates a goal directed plan of care which is prioritized and based on patient outcomes. - Communicates and co-ordinates patient’s plan of care with appropriate additional surgical team members. - Detects, corrects and or reports incorrect instrument, sponge or needle counts - Handles specimens in an appropriate manner according to facility policy - Consistently and appropriately performs “time out” according to facility policy and uses two different patient identifiers before the administration of medications or performing any procedures - Consistently follows policies regarding Telephone/Verbal orders and Critical Values reports with the using of “read back”. - Monitors all patient care equipment during use, i.e. pneumatic tourniquets, electro-cautery and vital signs machines etc., ensuring they are set with the appropriate parameters for the patient and that any/all alarms are audible at all times. - Is in compliance with information contained in the Infection Control Manual (i.e. OSHA blood borne pathogen standards, CDC - Guidelines) and demonstrates appropriate use of personal protective equipment (i.e. gloves, gowns, goggles, masks) and hand washing technique.
Category
RN
ID
2022-96729
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Variable
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
- Establishes priorities of patient care based on essential needs and available resources of time, personnel, physicians, equipment and supplies. - Formulates, maintains and continually updates a goal directed plan of care which is prioritized and based on patient outcomes. - Communicates and co-ordinates patient’s plan of care with appropriate additional surgical team members. - Detects, corrects and or reports incorrect instrument, sponge or needle counts - Handles specimens in an appropriate manner according to facility policy - Consistently and appropriately performs “time out” according to facility policy and uses two different patient identifiers before the administration of medications or performing any procedures - Consistently follows policies regarding Telephone/Verbal orders and Critical Values reports with the using of “read back”. - Monitors all patient care equipment during use, i.e. pneumatic tourniquets, electro-cautery and vital signs machines etc., ensuring they are set with the appropriate parameters for the patient and that any/all alarms are audible at all times. - Is in compliance with information contained in the Infection Control Manual (i.e. OSHA blood borne pathogen standards, CDC - Guidelines) and demonstrates appropriate use of personal protective equipment (i.e. gloves, gowns, goggles, masks) and hand washing technique.
Category
RN
ID
2022-96726
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Variable
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Laboratory Assistant will follow the guidelines set by CLIA, and the CA Business and Professions Codes (bpc: 1212, 1269). Unlicensed laboratory personnel ("aides") may not, read, record, result, verify or interpret any laboratory test. Unlicensed laboratory personnel may not perform any test involving the quantitative measurement of specimen or reagent, or perform any mathematical calculation in determining a test result or validity of a test procedure. Unlicensed laboratory personnel may not perform instrument calibration or review quality control results to monitor the performance of the instrument or test procedure. Unlicensed personnel require direct and constant supervision by a CLS or other licensed person identified in bpc: 1269, during the entire time they are assisting in the analytical testing phase. The Laboratory Assistant: 1) performs computer entry, filing, telephone communication and other clerical duties, 2) demonstrates good telephone etiquette and be able to greet patients and other visitors in a polite and friendly manner, 3) possesses good communication skills, 4) demonstrates adequate knowledge of the terminology of tests ordered in the laboratory, 5) demonstrates a good working knowledge of phlebotomy and the equipment used in collecting specimens from newborns to geriatric patients, 6) processes pathology, microbiology, immunology, hematology, coagulation, urinalysis, chemistry, and blood bank specimens, 7) processes specimens for reference laboratory, 8) stocks and orders routine supplies, 9) keeps storage areas, trays, centrifuges, and collection areas clean, 10) processes or places specimens on laboratory instruments in accordance with established policy and procedures, 11) with proper documented training the laboratory assistant may perform, instrument preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, assist in quality control procedures, perform, primary culture inoculations, stain slide preparations, and subculture from liquid media. 11) other tasks or responsibilities may be assigned by the department manager/director, ie monitor, mail, fax, answer phone, inter departmental deliveries. Etc. 12) Assist in Pathology with training and eval. 13) Runner.
Category
Clinical Professional
ID
2022-96719
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Laboratory Assistant will follow the guidelines set by CLIA, and the CA Business and Professions Codes (bpc: 1212, 1269). Unlicensed laboratory personnel ("aides") may not, read, record, result, verify or interpret any laboratory test. Unlicensed laboratory personnel may not perform any test involving the quantitative measurement of specimen or reagent, or perform any mathematical calculation in determining a test result or validity of a test procedure. Unlicensed laboratory personnel may not perform instrument calibration or review quality control results to monitor the performance of the instrument or test procedure. Unlicensed personnel require direct and constant supervision by a CLS or other licensed person identified in bpc: 1269, during the entire time they are assisting in the analytical testing phase. The Laboratory Assistant: 1) performs computer entry, filing, telephone communication and other clerical duties, 2) demonstrates good telephone etiquette and be able to greet patients and other visitors in a polite and friendly manner, 3) possesses good communication skills, 4) demonstrates adequate knowledge of the terminology of tests ordered in the laboratory, 5) demonstrates a good working knowledge of phlebotomy and the equipment used in collecting specimens from newborns to geriatric patients, 6) processes pathology, microbiology, immunology, hematology, coagulation, urinalysis, chemistry, and blood bank specimens, 7) processes specimens for reference laboratory, 8) stocks and orders routine supplies, 9) keeps storage areas, trays, centrifuges, and collection areas clean, 10) processes or places specimens on laboratory instruments in accordance with established policy and procedures, 11) with proper documented training the laboratory assistant may perform, instrument preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, assist in quality control procedures, perform, primary culture inoculations, stain slide preparations, and subculture from liquid media. 11) other tasks or responsibilities may be assigned by the department manager/director, ie monitor, mail, fax, answer phone, inter departmental deliveries. Etc. 12) Assist in Pathology with training and eval. 13) Runner.
Category
Clinical Professional
ID
2022-96717
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Variable
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
Emergency Medical Technician is responsible for the assessment and basic management of medical, trauma and environmental emergencies under the supervision of the staff nurse and / or physician. Assists with patient care based on individual patient needs within the scope of practice; Assists in maintenance of a safe environment and performs under the direction and supervision of the ED Registered Nurse or Charge Nurse.
Category
Clinical Tech
ID
2022-96716
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Variable
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Registered Nurse is responsible for the delivery of safe patient care utilizing the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Provides direct patient care within the scope of practice. The Registered Nurse also directs and guides patient/family teaching and activities of other nursing personnel while maintaining standards of care within the Medical/Surgical Unit. The Registered Nurse is directly responsible and accountable for the care given to his/her assigned patients. He / She communicates with physician about changes in the patient's clinical condition including cardiac monitoring, results of diagnostic studies and symptomatology. Is able to respond quickly and accurately to changes in condition and/or response to treatment.
Category
RN
ID
2022-96684
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Nights
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
Registered nurses (RNs) perform basic duties that include treating patients, educating patients about mental and medical conditions, and providing advice and emotional support to patients' and/or family members, running therapeutic groups, psychiatric crisis intervention, seclusion and restraint of patients. RNs record patients' medical histories and symptoms, help to perform diagnostic tests and analyze results, operate medical machinery, administer treatment and medications, and help with patient follow-up and rehabilitation. RNs teach patients and their families how to manage their illness or injury, diet and exercise programs, and self-administration of medication and physical therapy. Other related duties.
Category
RN
ID
2022-96683
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Nights
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Nurse Assistant in the Float pool Department is an unlicensed non-certified assistive person who assists with activities of daily living, provides basic nursing care to non-critical patients and assists in maintenance of a safe environment under the direction and supervision of the Registered Nurse in charge of the team and/or unit.
Category
Aide
ID
2022-96681
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Registered Nurse is responsible for the delivery of safe patient care utilizing the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Provides direct patient care within the scope of practice. The Registered Nurse also directs and guides patient/family teaching and activities of other nursing personnel while maintaining standards of care in Telemetry Unit. The Registered Nurse is directly responsible and accountable for the care given to his/her assigned patients. He / She communicates with the physician about changes in the patient's clinical condition including cardiac monitoring, results of diagnostic studies and symptomatology. Is able to respond quickly and accurately to changes in condition and/or response to treatment.
Category
RN
ID
2022-96680
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Nights
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
Under the direction and authorization of the medical director and cardiopulmonary director, the RCP II is responsible for performing respiratory therapeutic and pulmonary diagnostic procedures as ordered by the physician. Emphasis will be toward the assessment, planning, implementation and documentation of care, with consideration of age and population specific needs and requirements of the patient. In the absence of a supervisor, may be assigned/identified as Lead RCP, having responsibility for the section or department during their shift.
Category
Clinical Tech
ID
2022-96678
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Nights
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
Provides appropriate patient nutritional care. Assesses the nutritional status of patients, formulates a care plan, coordinates its implementation, and evaluates its impact and effectiveness. Provides nutrition education to patients/families. Approves supplements as appropriate and assists in the development of a hospital formulary appropriate to the patient population.
Category
Clinical Professional
ID
2022-96676
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
  Recognizes signs of abuse and reports appropriately to the hospital social worker and/or Child /Adult Protective Services. Familiar with the EMTALA Regulations. Responsible for the observation and direction of patient lifts, mobilization, and shall participate as needed in patient handling. Attends and maintains mandatory training in safe patient handling, trained in safe lifting techniques, includes but not limited to 1) Appropriate use of lifting devices and equipment, 2) Five areas of body exposure: vertical, lateral, bariatric repositioning and ambulation, 3) Use of lifting devices to handle patients safely. Uses professional judgment and clinical assessment in safe patient handling that are consistent with Safe Patient Handling policies. Uses two patient identifiers consistently when drawing lab, administering medications and performing procedures. Follows medication reconciliation policy consistently. Does not use unacceptable abbreviations in documentation (uses read back on all telephone orders.) Monitors authentication and validation of telephone orders within 24 hours by the physician. Ensures consistently that all clinical alarms, i.e. cardiac monitors are set with the appropriate parameters for the patient and are audible at all times. Ensures Crash Cart, defibrillation function have been checked per protocol and after each code, appropriate items are immediately replaced and indicated by signature on crash cart checklist. Is in compliance with information contained in the Infection Manual (i.e. OSHA blood borne pathogen standards, CDC Guidelines), and demonstrates appropriate use of personal protective equipment (e.g., gloves, gowns, masks, goggles) and hand hygiene techniques. Gives thorough, detailed efficient change of shift report or upon patient intra-department transfer to ensure consistency in the plan of care. Uses the SBAR communication methodology in all reporting. Assists physicians with special tests and procedures in the unit. Uses universal protocol “time out” on all patients for any invasive/bedside procedures.
Category
RN
ID
2022-96675
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Nights
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
Oversees the food safety and nutritional care aspects of the Food and Nutrition Services Department to ensure full compliance with federal, state and other regulatory agencies. Ensures the efficiency of food prepared in the department taking into consideration food safety, nutritional adequacy and appropriate patient nutritional care responsible for the development and enforcement of policies and procedures that direct clinical services, food preparation, distribution and service, purchasing, sanitation, safety practices, performance improvement, and staff education and development.
Category
Director
ID
2022-96455
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The HR Assistant processes new hire paperwork, background checks, coordinates drug screens and completes the I9/E-Verify. Will process status changes, term paperwork, promotions, and all other changes and get all appropriate approvals before processing in the HRIS. Keeps personnel records up to date. Assists with hospital recognition programs and assists employees with general Human Resources questions.
Category
Admin
ID
2022-96381
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Laboratory Assistant will follow the guidelines set by CLIA, and the CA Business and Professions Codes (bpc: 1212, 1269). Unlicensed laboratory personnel ("aides") may not, read, record, result, verify or interpret any laboratory test. Unlicensed laboratory personnel may not perform any test involving the quantitative measurement of specimen or reagent, or perform any mathematical calculation in determining a test result or validity of a test procedure. Unlicensed laboratory personnel may not perform instrument calibration or review quality control results to monitor the performance of the instrument or test procedure. Unlicensed personnel require direct and constant supervision by a CLS or other licensed person identified in bpc: 1269, during the entire time they are assisting in the analytical testing phase. The Laboratory Assistant: 1) performs computer entry, filing, telephone communication and other clerical duties, 2) demonstrates good telephone etiquette and be able to greet patients and other visitors in a polite and friendly manner, 3) possesses good communication skills, 4) demonstrates adequate knowledge of the terminology of tests ordered in the laboratory, 5) demonstrates a good working knowledge of phlebotomy and the equipment used in collecting specimens from newborns to geriatric patients, 6) processes pathology, microbiology, immunology, hematology, coagulation, urinalysis, chemistry, and blood bank specimens, 7) processes specimens for reference laboratory, 8) stocks and orders routine supplies, 9) keeps storage areas, trays, centrifuges, and collection areas clean, 10) processes or places specimens on laboratory instruments in accordance with established policy and procedures, 11) with proper documented training the laboratory assistant may perform, instrument preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, assist in quality control procedures, perform, primary culture inoculations, stain slide preparations, and subculture from liquid media. 11) other tasks or responsibilities may be assigned by the department manager/director, ie monitor, mail, fax, answer phone, inter departmental deliveries. Etc. 12) Assist in Pathology with training and eval. 13) Runner.
Category
Clinical Professional
ID
2022-96297
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Laboratory Assistant will follow the guidelines set by CLIA, and the CA Business and Professions Codes (bpc: 1212, 1269). Unlicensed laboratory personnel ("aides") may not, read, record, result, verify or interpret any laboratory test. Unlicensed laboratory personnel may not perform any test involving the quantitative measurement of specimen or reagent, or perform any mathematical calculation in determining a test result or validity of a test procedure. Unlicensed laboratory personnel may not perform instrument calibration or review quality control results to monitor the performance of the instrument or test procedure. Unlicensed personnel require direct and constant supervision by a CLS or other licensed person identified in bpc: 1269, during the entire time they are assisting in the analytical testing phase. The Laboratory Assistant: 1) performs computer entry, filing, telephone communication and other clerical duties, 2) demonstrates good telephone etiquette and be able to greet patients and other visitors in a polite and friendly manner, 3) possesses good communication skills, 4) demonstrates adequate knowledge of the terminology of tests ordered in the laboratory, 5) demonstrates a good working knowledge of phlebotomy and the equipment used in collecting specimens from newborns to geriatric patients, 6) processes pathology, microbiology, immunology, hematology, coagulation, urinalysis, chemistry, and blood bank specimens, 7) processes specimens for reference laboratory, 8) stocks and orders routine supplies, 9) keeps storage areas, trays, centrifuges, and collection areas clean, 10) processes or places specimens on laboratory instruments in accordance with established policy and procedures, 11) with proper documented training the laboratory assistant may perform, instrument preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, assist in quality control procedures, perform, primary culture inoculations, stain slide preparations, and subculture from liquid media. 11) other tasks or responsibilities may be assigned by the department manager/director, ie monitor, mail, fax, answer phone, inter departmental deliveries. Etc. 12) Assist in Pathology with training and eval. 13) Runner.
Category
Clinical Professional
ID
2022-96296
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Variable
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Registered Nurse is responsible for the delivery of safe patient care utilizing the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Provides direct patient care within the scope of practice. The Registered Nurse also directs and guides patient/family teaching and activities of other nursing personnel while maintaining standards of care in Telemetry Unit. The Registered Nurse is directly responsible and accountable for the care given to his/her assigned patients. He / She communicates with the physician about changes in the patient’s clinical condition including cardiac monitoring, results of diagnostic studies and symptomatology. Is able to respond quickly and accurately to changes in condition and/or response to treatment.   - Recognizes signs of abuse and reports appropriately to the hospital social worker and/or Child /Adult Protective Services. Familiar with the EMTALA Regulations. - Responsible for the observation and direction of patient lifts, mobilization, and shall participate as needed in patient handling. - Attends and maintains mandatory training in safe patient handling, trained in safe lifting techniques, includes but not limited to 1) Appropriate use of lifting devices and equipment, 2) Five areas of body exposure: vertical, lateral, bariatric repositioning and ambulation, 3) Use of lifting devices to handle patients safely. - Uses professional judgment and clinical assessment in safe patient handling that are consistent with Safe Patient Handling policies. - Uses two patient identifiers consistently when drawing lab, administering medications and performing procedures. Follows medication reconciliation policy consistently. - Does not use unacceptable abbreviations in documentation (uses read back on all telephone orders.) Monitors authentication and validation of telephone orders within 24 hours by the physician. - Ensures consistently that all clinical alarms, i.e. cardiac monitors are set with the appropriate parameters for the patient and are audible at all times. - Ensures Crash Cart, defibrillation function have been checked per protocol and after each code, appropriate items are immediately replaced and indicated by signature on crash cart checklist. - Is in compliance with information contained in the Infection Manual (i.e. OSHA blood borne pathogen standards, CDC Guidelines), and demonstrates appropriate use of personal protective equipment (e.g., gloves, gowns, masks, goggles) and hand hygiene techniques. - Gives thorough, detailed efficient change of shift report or upon patient intra-department transfer to ensure consistency in the plan of care. Uses the SBAR communication methodology in all reporting. - Assists physicians with special tests and procedures in the unit. Uses universal protocol “time out” on all patients for any invasive/bedside procedures. - Avoids and prevents injury to self and patients by applying the principles of body mechanics. Maintains a safe environment, functioning with an awareness and application of safety issues identified within the unit/facility, i.e. suction and oxygen immediately available when needed. - Completes pain assessment and reassessment consistently with the time frame after giving pain medications and upon discharge or transfer of patients. - Completes documentation of medications given to the patient on the Medication Administration Record (MAR) and narcotic sheet. - Initiates discharge and patient / family education planning with proper documentation on the patient record or electronic medical record (EMR). - Establishes priorities of patient care based on essential needs and available resources of time, equipment, personnel and supplies. - Formulates, maintains and updates a goal directed plan of care on patients which is prioritized and based on patient outcomes. - Detects and reports medication errors and ADR’s according to hospital policy. Safely and accurately administers medications and documents properly on the MAR in a timely manner. - Complies with all regulatory requirements for clinical pathways, clinical assessments, interventions and documentation - Performs all other duties as assigned or required.
Category
RN
ID
2022-96164
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
- Recognizes signs of abuse and reports appropriately to the hospital social worker and/or Child /Adult Protective Services. Familiar with the EMTALA Regulations. - Responsible for the observation and direction of patient lifts, mobilization, and shall participate as needed in patient handling. - Attends and maintains mandatory training in safe patient handling, trained in safe lifting techniques, includes but not limited to 1) - Appropriate use of lifting devices and equipment, 2) Five areas of body exposure: vertical, lateral, bariatric repositioning and ambulation, 3) Use of lifting devices to handle patients safely. - Uses professional judgment and clinical assessment in safe patient handling that are consistent with Safe Patient Handling policies. - Uses two patient identifiers consistently when drawing lab, administering medications and performing procedures. Follows medication reconciliation policy consistently. - Does not use unacceptable abbreviations in documentation (uses read back on all telephone orders.) Monitors authentication and validation of telephone orders within 24 hours by the physician. - Ensures consistently that all clinical alarms, i.e. cardiac monitors are set with the appropriate parameters for the patient and are audible at all times. - Ensures Crash Cart, defibrillation function have been checked per protocol and after each code, appropriate items are immediately replaced and indicated by signature on crash cart checklist. - Is in compliance with information contained in the Infection Manual (i.e. OSHA blood borne pathogen standards, CDC Guidelines), and demonstrates appropriate use of personal protective equipment (e.g., gloves, gowns, masks, goggles) and hand hygiene techniques. - Gives thorough, detailed efficient change of shift report or upon patient intra-department transfer to ensure consistency in the plan of care. Uses the SBAR communication methodology in all reporting. - Assists physicians with special tests and procedures in the unit. Uses universal protocol “time out” on all patients for any invasive/bedside procedures.
Category
RN
ID
2022-96162
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Patient Account Registrar interviews the patient or his/her representative to obtain patient demographics. This position also secures insurance information, eligibility, benefits and authorizations as applicable. Works closely with all facets of the Admitting department including PBX operator function and reception areas. Must be able to operate a computer to input and retrieve data. Ability to communicate with the population served, utilizing age specific techniques from neonatal, pediatrics, adolescents, young adults, middle adult to geriatrics. Maintain proficiency in medical terminology. Special projects or other assignments may be given with expectations to be completed in a specified timeframe.
Category
Admin
ID
2022-96158
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Nurse Aid is an unlicensed non-certified assistive person who assists with activities of daily living, provides basic nursing care to non-critical patients and assists in maintenance of a safe environment under the direction and supervision of the Registered Nurse in charge of the team and/or unit.
Category
Aide
ID
2022-96155
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Laboratory Assistant will follow the guidelines set by CLIA, and the CA Business and Professions Codes (bpc: 1212, 1269). Unlicensed laboratory personnel ("aides") may not, read, record, result, verify or interpret any laboratory test. Unlicensed laboratory personnel may not perform any test involving the quantitative measurement of specimen or reagent, or perform any mathematical calculation in determining a test result or validity of a test procedure. Unlicensed laboratory personnel may not perform instrument calibration or review quality control results to monitor the performance of the instrument or test procedure. Unlicensed personnel require direct and constant supervision by a CLS or other licensed person identified in bpc: 1269, during the entire time they are assisting in the analytical testing phase. The Laboratory Assistant: 1) performs computer entry, filing, telephone communication and other clerical duties, 2) demonstrates good telephone etiquette and be able to greet patients and other visitors in a polite and friendly manner, 3) possesses good communication skills, 4) demonstrates adequate knowledge of the terminology of tests ordered in the laboratory, 5) demonstrates a good working knowledge of phlebotomy and the equipment used in collecting specimens from newborns to geriatric patients, 6) processes pathology, microbiology, immunology, hematology, coagulation, urinalysis, chemistry, and blood bank specimens, 7) processes specimens for reference laboratory, 8) stocks and orders routine supplies, 9) keeps storage areas, trays, centrifuges, and collection areas clean, 10) processes or places specimens on laboratory instruments in accordance with established policy and procedures, 11) with proper documented training the laboratory assistant may perform, instrument preventive maintenance, troubleshooting, assist in quality control procedures, perform, primary culture inoculations, stain slide preparations, and subculture from liquid media. 11) other tasks or responsibilities may be assigned by the department manager/director, ie monitor, mail, fax, answer phone, inter departmental deliveries. Etc. 12) Assist in Pathology with training and eval. 13) Runner.
Category
Clinical Professional
ID
2022-96151
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Variable
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Registered Nurse is responsible for the delivery of safe patient care utilizing the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Provides direct patient care within the scope of practice. The Registered Nurse also directs and guides patient/family teaching and activities of other nursing personnel while maintaining standards of care in Telemetry Unit. The Registered Nurse is directly responsible and accountable for the care given to his/her assigned patients. He / She communicates with the physician about changes in the patient’s clinical condition including cardiac monitoring, results of diagnostic studies and symptomatology. Is able to respond quickly and accurately to changes in condition and/or response to treatment.   - Recognizes signs of abuse and reports appropriately to the hospital social worker and/or Child /Adult Protective Services. Familiar with the EMTALA Regulations. - Responsible for the observation and direction of patient lifts, mobilization, and shall participate as needed in patient handling. - Attends and maintains mandatory training in safe patient handling, trained in safe lifting techniques, includes but not limited to 1) Appropriate use of lifting devices and equipment, 2) Five areas of body exposure: vertical, lateral, bariatric repositioning and ambulation, 3) Use of lifting devices to handle patients safely. - Uses professional judgment and clinical assessment in safe patient handling that are consistent with Safe Patient Handling policies. - Uses two patient identifiers consistently when drawing lab, administering medications and performing procedures. Follows medication reconciliation policy consistently. - Does not use unacceptable abbreviations in documentation (uses read back on all telephone orders.) Monitors authentication and validation of telephone orders within 24 hours by the physician. - Ensures consistently that all clinical alarms, i.e. cardiac monitors are set with the appropriate parameters for the patient and are audible at all times. - Ensures Crash Cart, defibrillation function have been checked per protocol and after each code, appropriate items are immediately replaced and indicated by signature on crash cart checklist. - Is in compliance with information contained in the Infection Manual (i.e. OSHA blood borne pathogen standards, CDC Guidelines), and demonstrates appropriate use of personal protective equipment (e.g., gloves, gowns, masks, goggles) and hand hygiene techniques. - Gives thorough, detailed efficient change of shift report or upon patient intra-department transfer to ensure consistency in the plan of care. Uses the SBAR communication methodology in all reporting. - Assists physicians with special tests and procedures in the unit. Uses universal protocol “time out” on all patients for any invasive/bedside procedures. - Avoids and prevents injury to self and patients by applying the principles of body mechanics. Maintains a safe environment, functioning with an awareness and application of safety issues identified within the unit/facility, i.e. suction and oxygen immediately available when needed. - Completes pain assessment and reassessment consistently with the time frame after giving pain medications and upon discharge or transfer of patients. - Completes documentation of medications given to the patient on the Medication Administration Record (MAR) and narcotic sheet. - Initiates discharge and patient / family education planning with proper documentation on the patient record or electronic medical record (EMR). - Establishes priorities of patient care based on essential needs and available resources of time, equipment, personnel and supplies. - Formulates, maintains and updates a goal directed plan of care on patients which is prioritized and based on patient outcomes. - Detects and reports medication errors and ADR’s according to hospital policy. Safely and accurately administers medications and documents properly on the MAR in a timely manner. - Complies with all regulatory requirements for clinical pathways, clinical assessments, interventions and documentation - Performs all other duties as assigned or required.
Category
RN
ID
2022-95742
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Unit Secretary is directly accountable to the Manager of Radiology. The Unit Secretary is an unlicensed person who performs indirect care in the department setting.  Facilitates the communication needs of the department. Transcribes physician orders from records (in the absence of CPOE and EMR clinical documentation system) with notation and signature by nursing staff. Orders supplies for the unit, prepares and completes each patients chart for necessary forms needed on a daily basis. Able to assist nursing staff for duties involving indirect patient care.
Category
Admin
ID
2022-95718
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Variable
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Unit Secretary is directly accountable to the Manager of Radiology. The Unit Secretary is an unlicensed person who performs indirect care in the department setting.  Facilitates the communication needs of the department. Transcribes physician orders from records (in the absence of CPOE and EMR clinical documentation system) with notation and signature by nursing staff. Orders supplies for the unit, prepares and completes each patients chart for necessary forms needed on a daily basis. Able to assist nursing staff for duties involving indirect patient care.
Category
Admin
ID
2022-95717
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Variable
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Nurse Aid is an unlicensed non-certified assistive person who assists with activities of daily living, provides basic nursing care to non-critical patients and assists in maintenance of a safe environment under the direction and supervision of the Registered Nurse in charge of the team and/or unit.
Category
Aide
ID
2022-95700
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
Uses ultrasound to visualize internal cardiac structures, obtain measurements of cardiac valves, ventricle and left atrium and visualize blood flow. Assists the physician with complex ultrasound procedures. Promotes the smooth and efficient operation of the Cardiopulmonary Department through the appropriate utilization and management of all clerical functions within the department document handling and disposition, interpersonal relationships and information gathering and dispersion.
Category
Clinical Tech
ID
2022-95694
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Variable
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
Performs a variety of patient and non patient food service duties such as preparing and delivering patient trays, servicing the cafeteria, working on tray line, stocking storage areas, preparing nourishments, dishwashing and pot washing, mopping and sweeping of floors and emptying of trash as well as other related tasks.
Category
Service
ID
2022-95690
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Variable
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
SOCIAL SERVICES II: To provide emotional support, crisis intervention and counseling for Pediatrics, Adolescents, Adults, Older Adults and their significant others to cope with a multiplicity of social and emotional problems; information and referral; referrals for financial assistance and supportive services to patients and families with problems that are related to hospitalization, illness, disability or trauma. To provide case management & milieu management, complete psychosocial assessments, assist in the development and re-evaluation of Treatment Plans and work as a member of a multidisciplinary team, and to coordinate discharge planning. Complete necessary documentation and maintain clinical record for each client during his/her length of stay.
Category
Clinical Professional
ID
2022-95688
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
- Consistently uses two patient identifiers when drawing lab, administering medications and performing procedures. Consistently follows medication reconciliation policy. - Does not use unacceptable abbreviations in documentation (using read back on all telephone orders.) Monitors authentication and validation of telephone orders within 24 hours by the physician. - Consistently ensures that all clinical alarms, i.e. Cardiac monitors are set with the appropriate parameters for the patient and are audible at all times. - Ensures Crash Cart, defibrillation function have been checked per protocol and after each code, appropriate items are immediately replaced and indicated by signature on crash cart checklist. - Is in compliance with information contained in the Infection Manual (i.e. OSHA bloodborne pathogen standards, CDC Guidelines), and demonstrates appropriate use of personal protective equipment (i.e. gloves, gowns, masks, goggles ) and handwashing techniques. Able to give thorough, detailed efficient change of shift report to ensure consistency in the plan of care. - Assists physicians with special tests and procedures in the unit. Uses time out on all patients for any bedside procedures. - Avoids and prevents injury to self and patients by applying the principles of body mechanics. Maintains a safe environment, functioning with an awareness and application of safety issues identified within the unit/facility, i.e. suction and oxygen immediately available when needed. - Consistent with pain assessment and reassessment with the time frame after giving pain medications and upon discharge or transfer of patients. - Nurse and completes documentation of medications given to the patient on the MAR and narcotic sheet. - Recognizes signs of abuse and reports appropriately to the Adult Protective Services. Initiates discharge and patient / family education planning with proper documentation on the patient record in Medi-Tech. - a) Utilizing verbal and non-verbal behaviors without being defensive, manipulative, aggressive or controlling. b) Using written communication that is legible, timely and at a level based on the position specific requirements. c) Listening attentively to ensure effective two-way communication. d) Expressing and accepting feedback in a professional manner. e) Answering the telephone with stating department, name and greeting. - Interacts with coworkers, other hospital staff, physicians, and the public in a courteous, professional and efficient manner. - Establishes good rapport and working relationships with coworkers, other hospital staff, physicians and the public - Observes dress code policy and wears hospital identification as required by our policies and procedures.
Category
RN
ID
2022-95665
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
he Registered Nurse is responsible for the delivery of safe patient care utilizing the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Provides direct patient care within the scope of practice. The Registered Nurse also directs and guides patient/family teaching and activities of other nursing personnel while maintaining standards of care within the Medical/Surgical Unit. The Registered Nurse is directly responsible and accountable for the care given to his/her assigned patients. He / She communicates with physician about changes in the patient’s clinical condition including cardiac monitoring, results of diagnostic studies and symptomatology. Is able to respond quickly and accurately to changes in condition and/or response to treatment.   - Recognizes signs of abuse and reports appropriately to the hospital social worker and/or Child /Adult Protective Services. Familiar with the EMTALA Regulations. - Responsible for the observation and direction of patient lifts, mobilization, and shall participate as needed in patient handling. - Attends and maintains mandatory training in safe patient handling, trained in safe lifting techniques, includes but not limited to 1) Appropriate use of lifting devices and equipment, 2) Five areas of body exposure: vertical, lateral, bariatric repositioning and ambulation, 3) - Use of lifting devices to handle patients safely. - Uses professional judgment and clinical assessment in safe patient handling that are consistent with Safe Patient Handling policies. - Uses two patient identifiers consistently when drawing lab, administering medications and performing procedures. Follows medication reconciliation policy consistently. - Does not use unacceptable abbreviations in documentation (uses read back on all telephone orders.) Monitors authentication and validation of telephone orders within 24 hours by the physician. - Ensures consistently that all clinical alarms, i.e. cardiac monitors are set with the appropriate parameters for the patient and are audible at all times. - Ensures Crash Cart, defibrillation function have been checked per protocol and after each code, appropriate items are immediately replaced and indicated by signature on crash cart checklist. - Is in compliance with information contained in the Infection Manual (i.e. OSHA blood borne pathogen standards, CDC Guidelines), and demonstrates appropriate use of personal protective equipment (e.g., gloves, gowns, masks, goggles) and hand hygiene techniques. - Gives thorough, detailed efficient change of shift report or upon patient intra-department transfer to ensure consistency in the plan of care. Uses the SBAR communication methodology in all reporting. - Assists physicians with special tests and procedures in the unit. Uses universal protocol “time out” on all patients for any invasive/bedside procedures. - Avoids and prevents injury to self and patients by applying the principles of body mechanics. Maintains a safe environment, functioning with an awareness and application of safety issues identified within the unit/facility, i.e. suction and oxygen immediately available when needed. - Completes pain assessment and reassessment consistently within the time frame after giving pain medications and upon discharge or transfer of patients. - Completes documentation of medications given to the patient on the medication administration record (MAR) and narcotic sheet. - Initiates discharge and patient / family education planning with proper documentation on the patient record in Medi-Tech. - Establishes priorities of patient care based on essential needs and available resources of time, equipment, personnel and supplies. - Formulates, maintains and updates a goal directed plan of care on patients which is prioritized and based on patient outcomes. - Detects and reports medication errors and ADR’s according to hospital policy. Safely and accurately administers medications and documents properly on the MAR in a timely manner. - Complies with all regulatory requirements for clinical pathways, clinical assessments, interventions and documentation - Performs all other duties as assigned or required.
Category
RN
ID
2022-95643
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
- Recognizes signs of abuse and reports appropriately to the hospital social worker and/or Child /Adult Protective Services. Familiar with the EMTALA Regulations. - Responsible for the observation and direction of patient lifts, mobilization, and shall participate as needed in patient handling. - Attends and maintains mandatory training in safe patient handling, trained in safe lifting techniques, includes but not limited to 1) - Appropriate use of lifting devices and equipment, 2) Five areas of body exposure: vertical, lateral, bariatric repositioning and ambulation, 3) Use of lifting devices to handle patients safely. - Uses professional judgment and clinical assessment in safe patient handling that are consistent with Safe Patient Handling policies. - Uses two patient identifiers consistently when drawing lab, administering medications and performing procedures. Follows medication reconciliation policy consistently. - Does not use unacceptable abbreviations in documentation (uses read back on all telephone orders.) Monitors authentication and validation of telephone orders within 24 hours by the physician. - Ensures consistently that all clinical alarms, i.e. cardiac monitors are set with the appropriate parameters for the patient and are audible at all times. - Ensures Crash Cart, defibrillation function have been checked per protocol and after each code, appropriate items are immediately replaced and indicated by signature on crash cart checklist. - Is in compliance with information contained in the Infection Manual (i.e. OSHA blood borne pathogen standards, CDC Guidelines), and demonstrates appropriate use of personal protective equipment (e.g., gloves, gowns, masks, goggles) and hand hygiene techniques. - Gives thorough, detailed efficient change of shift report or upon patient intra-department transfer to ensure consistency in the plan of care. Uses the SBAR communication methodology in all reporting. - Assists physicians with special tests and procedures in the unit. Uses universal protocol “time out” on all patients for any invasive/bedside procedures. - Understands and abides by all departmental policies and procedures and is knowledgeable and complies with federal, state, and local laws that govern business practices as well as all accreditation standards that apply to the position. - Conducts business in an ethical and trustworthy manner at all times.
Category
RN
ID
2022-95641
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The CNA  is an unlicensed assistive person who assists with activities of daily living, provides basic nursing care to non-critical patients and assists in maintenance of a safe environment under the direction and supervision of the Registered Nurse in charge of the team and/or unit.   - Performs various duties necessary to provide complete care within established standards, policies, procedures, and scope of the position. - Performs and records routine technical tasks such as vital signs, collection of specimens, intake/output, and mass. - Assists the licensed nurse with hourly rounds on assigned patients, as appropriate, to reinforce the 4P's (Pain, Potty, Positioning, Possessions); Demonstrates working knowledge of the fall prevention program. - Assists with providing comprehensive nursing care including but not limited to: positioning of patients, ambulation of patients, dietary needs, activities of daily living, e.g., feeding of patients, AM and PM care, admission, discharge and transfer of patients, care of patient belongings, and other patient care duties within scope of position. - Ensures each patient/family is provided a thorough orientation to the room, bed and call light system, the routines within the patient care unit, e.g., the times of meal service, visitor hours, physician/nurse rounds, etc., and how to access the Supervising RN or Charge Nurse if needed. - Reports all unusual incidents to the appropriate person. Reports significant changes in patient’s condition to supervising Registered Nurse and/or Charge Nurse. - Assists with patient teaching within the scope of knowledge as directed by the licensed nurse. - Demonstrates the ability to accurately determine patient’s vital signs. Charts appropriate data within the scope of the position. - Utilizes hospital equipment and supplies appropriately. - Uses two patient identifiers consistently when performing or assisting with any procedure on a patient. - Ensures consistently that all clinical alarms are not turned off or silenced without the knowledge of the RN. - Is in compliance with information contained within the Infection Control Manual (i.e. OSHA bloodborne pathogen standards, CDC Guidelines) and demonstrates appropriate use of personal protective equipment (i.e., gloves, masks, goggles) and hand hygiene techniques. - Avoids and prevents injury to self and patients by applying the principle of body mechanics. Maintains a safe environment, functioning with an awareness and application of safety issues identified within the unit / facility. Is proactive in identifying, reporting and participating in the resolution of any potential or actual patient safety issues - Communicates information related to nursing care of patients to other health care team members assigned to the patient's care, including noted changes. - Explains all treatment and procedures thoroughly to patient before they are performed. Involves patient in care and allows patient to have choice and control over situations and environment, as appropriate to condition and situation. - Attends and maintains mandatory training in safe patient handling, trained in safe lifting techniques, includes but not limited to 1) Appropriate use of lifting devices and equipment, 2) Five areas of body exposure: vertical, lateral, bariatric repositioning and ambulation 3) Use of lifting devices to handle patients safely. - Reinforces selected patient teaching initiated by Registered Nurse. Provides emotional support to patient and families. - Assists in maintaining patient and unit area in a clean and orderly manner. - Utilizes the National Patient Safety Goals in the work place as related to job performance. Demonstrates awareness of a safe environment for staff, patients, visitors, or any others on the unit. - Performs all other duties as assigned or requested.
Category
Aide
ID
2022-94751
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Nights
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Perspective Pay Systems Coordinator (PPS) Coordinates, assesses, monitors and evaluates the IRF-PAI (Inpatient Rehab Facility-Patient Assessment Instrument) process, which determines a patient’s RIC (Rehab Impairment Category), CMG (Case Mix Group) and payment under the rehabilitation Prospective Payment System and the outcome measurements. Functions as a vital member of the interdisciplinary team. Is knowledgeable and up-to-date on Medicare regulations affecting the Inpatient Rehabilitation Facility, so that appropriate reimbursement can be achieved. Educates and assures staff is UDS Certified in FIM scoring. Audits charts to assure staff competency and accuracy with FIM guidelines and CMS Quality Indicators. Educates physicians on admission criteria and clinical documentation to support admission and reimbursement. Performs other duties as assigned.   - Encodes and transmits data within Medicare Guidelines - Oversees the electronic transmission of the required data according to established time frame, Actual information submitted and timeliness of submission by this individual will determine payment for each Medicare patient. - Assures payment through proper coding and appeals process - Coordinates the gathering of the data required for the IRF-PAI. - Predicts the RIC in coordination with coding and the interdisciplinary team and assists in the screening process for potential candidates for the Rehabilitation Unit. - Acts as professional liaison with other hospital departments to facilitate problem resolution and coordination of services - Upon admission of patient, establishes assessment reference date. Maintains calendar for completion of all patient PAI assessments and communicates this information to interdisciplinary team. - Assumes the responsibility for accurate data entry on the IRF-PAI, prior to the transmission to Medicare - Is responsible for the accuracy and completeness of PAI documents, statistics, and reimbursement appeals - Assists the Director in developing, maintaining and updating the Quality Performance Program - Participates in identification and resolution of payment problems - Responsible for orientation and training of interdisciplinary staff involved in completion of the PAI, as well as other professional staff involved in covering this position. - Responsible for biannual assessment of inner-rater reliability and validity of staff coding of patient functional levels across coding categories - Collaborates with Health Information management to capture accurate etiological diagnosis, impairment group and qualifying co-morbid conditions - Participates in the development of documentation, updating protocols and department policies and procedures for Inpatient Rehabilitation - Assists Intake & SW in reviewing incoming referrals, and performs other duties as assigned.
Category
Clinical Professional
ID
2022-94746
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Registered Nurse is responsible for the delivery of safe patient care utilizing the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. Provides direct patient care within the scope of practice. The Registered Nurse also directs and guides patient/family teaching and activities of other nursing personnel while maintaining standards of care within the Medical/Surgical Unit. The Registered Nurse is directly responsible and accountable for the care given to his/her assigned patients. He / She communicates with physician about changes in the patient’s clinical condition including cardiac monitoring, results of diagnostic studies and symptomatology. Is able to respond quickly and accurately to changes in condition and/or response to treatment.   - Recognizes signs of abuse and reports appropriately to the hospital social worker and/or Child /Adult Protective Services. Familiar with the EMTALA Regulations. - Responsible for the observation and direction of patient lifts, mobilization, and shall participate as needed in patient handling. - Attends and maintains mandatory training in safe patient handling, trained in safe lifting techniques, includes but not limited to 1) Appropriate use of lifting devices and equipment, 2) Five areas of body exposure: vertical, lateral, bariatric repositioning and ambulation, 3) - Use of lifting devices to handle patients safely. - Uses professional judgment and clinical assessment in safe patient handling that are consistent with Safe Patient Handling policies. - Uses two patient identifiers consistently when drawing lab, administering medications and performing procedures. Follows medication reconciliation policy consistently. - Does not use unacceptable abbreviations in documentation (uses read back on all telephone orders.) Monitors authentication and validation of telephone orders within 24 hours by the physician. - Ensures consistently that all clinical alarms, i.e. cardiac monitors are set with the appropriate parameters for the patient and are audible at all times. - Ensures Crash Cart, defibrillation function have been checked per protocol and after each code, appropriate items are immediately replaced and indicated by signature on crash cart checklist. - Is in compliance with information contained in the Infection Manual (i.e. OSHA blood borne pathogen standards, CDC Guidelines), and demonstrates appropriate use of personal protective equipment (e.g., gloves, gowns, masks, goggles) and hand hygiene techniques. - Gives thorough, detailed efficient change of shift report or upon patient intra-department transfer to ensure consistency in the plan of care. Uses the SBAR communication methodology in all reporting. - Assists physicians with special tests and procedures in the unit. Uses universal protocol “time out” on all patients for any invasive/bedside procedures. - Avoids and prevents injury to self and patients by applying the principles of body mechanics. Maintains a safe environment, functioning with an awareness and application of safety issues identified within the unit/facility, i.e. suction and oxygen immediately available when needed. - Completes pain assessment and reassessment consistently within the time frame after giving pain medications and upon discharge or transfer of patients. - Completes documentation of medications given to the patient on the medication administration record (MAR) and narcotic sheet. - Initiates discharge and patient / family education planning with proper documentation on the patient record in Medi-Tech. - Establishes priorities of patient care based on essential needs and available resources of time, equipment, personnel and supplies. - Formulates, maintains and updates a goal directed plan of care on patients which is prioritized and based on patient outcomes. - Detects and reports medication errors and ADR’s according to hospital policy. Safely and accurately administers medications and documents properly on the MAR in a timely manner. - Complies with all regulatory requirements for clinical pathways, clinical assessments, interventions and documentation - Performs all other duties as assigned or required.
Category
RN
ID
2022-94740
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Nights
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
Manages MEDITECH/enterprise system applications in the areas of ongoing user support/training, dictionary, maintenance, system enhancements, problem analysis, resolution and troubleshooting. Works with vendors and other IT staff to coordinate hardware installation, maintain and oversee changes, corrections, enhancement to the Clinical Systems. Acts as a liaison for Departments for Clinical System issues.   - Responsible for the overall support and development of current and future clinical systems including pre-implementation process and workflow and the impact these new systems may have on all affected clinicians. - Serves as the liaison between Clinical and Information Technology (IT) personnel and serve as the project lead for Nursing implementations. - Use troubleshooting skills to resolve computer system problems and/or application issues as they pertain to nursing areas. - Organize and conduct facility specific meetings as needed. Attend, organize, and lead other meetings as requested. - Test or oversee the testing of all software updates, new releases, and enhancement requests for assigned modules. - Develops and utilizes training manuals and programs to keep the end-users at the highest level of knowledge on the functionality of the system. - Provides input regarding menus and reports specific to the systems, or specific modules, within the guidelines and policies of the IT Department. - Assist, as requested, with the development of policies and procedures relative to the clinical and ancillary systems used for both the facility and the market. - Ability to document and maintain issue logs using work order systems. - As directed will serve as a contact person for customer support related to resolving problems hospital specific. Will provide input on market issues and problems. - Evaluates and prioritizes requests for system enhancements and provides timetables for completion. Ensures all such requests are completed within established time frames. - Monitor all interfaces, daily logs and exception reports to ensure optimum system performance and continually assess and improve the performance of IT services provided. - Function as part of the Information Technology team for the support of all hospital IT related services. - Leadership qualities during the time of software implementation and upgrades - Other duties as assigned or required.
Category
Business Professional
ID
2022-94730
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Registered Nurse provides direct care in the outpatient wound care clinic as well as evaluating inpatient wounds. Communicate with physicians / charge nurse / co – workers, as appropriate regarding changes in the patient’s treatment, clinical condition including results of diagnostic studies. Has the ability to respond quickly and accurately to changes in condition or response to treatment.   - Demonstrates performance and competence associated with position. - Performs tasks maintaining department standards of quality, demonstrating a consistent level of productivity. - Adapts to changes in assignment and/or priorities. - Has knowledge of the principles of growth and development over the life span, assess as appropriate and interpret data, determine patient care requirements and deliver care relative to the patients’ age specific needs. - Prioritizes patient care based on physical, psychosocial assessment and reassessment data. - Plans patient care based on patient requirement/needs. - Assures implementation of patient care based on identified needs and in a systematic and therapeutic manner. - Assigns/delegates patient care according to patient requirements/needs and skill level of the support staff. - Communicates significant patient status findings using appropriate channels and follows up on response. - Implements appropriate emergency measures in crisis situations. - Demonstrates clinical skills at expected level of competency. - Functions as a patient advocate for patient care concerns. - Initiates a plan and participates in providing patient/family education according to the individualized needs. - Functions within scope of practice and meets all legal and regulatory requirements. - Assures that nursing care is documented systematically and legibly. - Completes tasks in an orderly and timely fashion. Utilizes time management skills efficiently in both clinic and acute care setting. - Utilizes resources (supplies, equipment, etc.) in a safe cost effective and therapeutic manner. Participates in monthly instrument count and utilization. - Responsible for the observation and direction of patient lifts, mobilization, and shall participate as needed in patient handling.
Category
RN
ID
2022-94699
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Admitting Supervisor works closely with the Admitting Director or Manager overseeing department operations and function. Works to ensure patient, family, and Physician satisfaction on a daily basis. Is responsible for all areas within the Admitting department.   - Understands the functions of the Admitting registration/pre registration process and chart breakdown - Evaluates and counsels departmental personnel, in accordance with Administrative regulations, and in conjunction with the Director/Manager of Admitting - Assists with the planning and delivery of monthly staff meetings - Assists in Departmental hiring and training practices in accordance with personnel regulations - Assists staff to organize and prioritize work as needed. - Follows up to ensure that the staff is meeting assigned objectives and deadlines and to assist them if necessary. - Assists the Director/Manager of Admitting in the process of reviews and appraises the performance of staff. - Facilitates the resolution for problems and conflicts. - Assists the Admitting Director/Manager with the new hire process of new employees within the Admitting Department - Assists with the training of new personnel and provides a written orientation outline to each new employee and documents completion. - Keeps Admitting Director/Manager informed about issues. - Utilizes problem solving approach in department needs following the appropriate chain of command. - Submits complete, accurate payroll via hospital timekeeping application at designated times. - Maintains monthly staffing schedules and works with Admitting Director/Manager as needed to control Department staffing to ensure appropriate coverage on a daily basis. - Authorizes all overtime and regulates monthly Department staffing in accordance with departmental guidelines. - Monitors the daily DNFB to ensure that all accounts are secure for reimbursement. - Ensures that personnel adhere to hospital and department policies. - Ensures that department supplies are ordered and supplies are inventoried, and managed efficiently. - Performs all other duties as assigned or required.
Category
Supervisor
ID
2022-94664
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Variable
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Student Extern is an adjunct to the patient care team.  The extern performs at the level that has successfully been completed and passed in the clinical section at a local college.  Under the general supervision of an RN the extern provides direct patient care in accordance with the established protocols, the skills they are able to perform are expanded.  All newly hired externs will first function in the capacity of a nursing assistant, regardless of their nursing program clinical level.  When the student has been cleared by the Supervisor, they may be moved to their appropriate skill level.   - Assists with providing comprehensive nursing care including the following: a. Pre and post-operative preparation b. Positioning of patients c. Ambulation of patients d. Dietary needs including feeding of patients e. AM and PM care f. Admission g. Discharge and transfer of patients h. Care of patient belongings and other patient care duties - Reports all unusual incidents and significant changes in the patient’s condition to the Charge Nurse. - Assists with patient teaching within the scope of knowledge as directed by the Registered nurse. - Demonstrates the ability to accurately determine patient’s vital signs. - Charts appropriate data within the scope of practice. - Utilizes hospital equipment and supplies appropriately. - Consistently uses two patient identifiers when performing any procedure on a patient. - Consistently ensures that all clinical alarms are not turned off or silenced without the RN knowledge. - Is in compliance with information contained within the Infection Control Manual (i.e. OSHA blood borne pathogen standards, CDC Guidelines) and demonstrates appropriate use of personal protective equipment (i.e. gloves, masks and goggles) and hand washing techniques. - Avoids and prevents injury to self and patient by applying the principles of body mechanics. Maintains a safe environment, functioning with an awareness and application of safety issues identified within the unit/facility. - Involves patient in care and allows patient to have choice and control over situations and environment as appropriate to condition and situation. - Explains all treatment and procedure thoroughly to patient before they are performed. - Performs all other duties as assigned or required.  
Category
Aide
ID
2022-94437
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The Student Extern is an adjunct to the patient care team.  The extern performs at the level that has successfully been completed and passed in the clinical section at a local college.  Under the general supervision of an RN the extern provides direct patient care in accordance with the established protocols, the skills they are able to perform are expanded.  All newly hired externs will first function in the capacity of a nursing assistant, regardless of their nursing program clinical level.  When the student has been cleared by the Supervisor, they may be moved to their appropriate skill level.   - Assists with providing comprehensive nursing care including the following: a. Pre and post-operative preparation b. Positioning of patients c. Ambulation of patients d. Dietary needs including feeding of patients e. AM and PM care f. Admission g. Discharge and transfer of patients h. Care of patient belongings and other patient care duties - Reports all unusual incidents and significant changes in the patient’s condition to the Charge Nurse. - Assists with patient teaching within the scope of knowledge as directed by the Registered nurse. - Demonstrates the ability to accurately determine patient’s vital signs. - Charts appropriate data within the scope of practice. - Utilizes hospital equipment and supplies appropriately. - Consistently uses two patient identifiers when performing any procedure on a patient. - Consistently ensures that all clinical alarms are not turned off or silenced without the RN knowledge. - Is in compliance with information contained within the Infection Control Manual (i.e. OSHA blood borne pathogen standards, CDC Guidelines) and demonstrates appropriate use of personal protective equipment (i.e. gloves, masks and goggles) and hand washing techniques. - Avoids and prevents injury to self and patient by applying the principles of body mechanics. Maintains a safe environment, functioning with an awareness and application of safety issues identified within the unit/facility. - Involves patient in care and allows patient to have choice and control over situations and environment as appropriate to condition and situation. - Explains all treatment and procedure thoroughly to patient before they are performed. - Performs all other duties as assigned or required.  
Category
Aide
ID
2022-94436
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
Provides medically prescribed consultative and therapeutic services in order to restore function and prevent disability in patients with musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary and/or integumentary disorders.  The Physical Therapist I performs responsibilities in accordance with Physical Therapy/Hospital Policy, state and federal regulatory licensing and accrediting requirements. - Utilizes the professional practice process in patent care. - Is responsible for direct data collection and data assessment of the patent’s condition and stability which may include musculoskeletal, neuromuscular, cardiopulmonary and/or integumentary systems. - Is responsible for the comprehensive initial assessment and ongoing reassessment of the patient’s condition and stability and determination of Physical Therapy diagnosis. - Maintains all necessary documentation and records in a legible, accurate and complete manner. - Collaborates with other professional disciplines to plan, implement, evaluate and revise the plan of care and discharge plan for each patient as evidenced in the patient’s medical record. - The plan of care is discussed with and developed as a result of coordination with the patient/family/significant other when appropriate. - Is responsible for the evaluation of the patient’s response to treatment and the effectiveness of the plan of care. - Sets patient care priorities appropriately. - Assigns patient care activities within job description, scope of practice and level of competency. - Notifies Charge Nurse immediately of significant problems or unusual incidents (e.g., physician/patient occurrence, or crisis requiring administrative intervention), and when appropriate takes action to intervene. - Provides learning opportunities to meet the educational needs of patients/family/significant others. - Supervises indirect education provided by assigned personnel. - Supervises assigned licensed, unlicensed assistive and ancillary personnel in patient care and departmental activities. - Attends and maintains mandatory training in safe patient handling, trained in safe lifting techniques, includes but not limited to 1) - Appropriate use of lifting devices and equipment, 2) Five areas of body exposure: vertical, lateral, bariatric repositioning and ambulation, 3) Use of lifting devices to handle patients safely. - All other duties as assigned or required.
Category
Clinical Professional
ID
2022-93993
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Days
Facility Paradise Valley Hospital
The MRI Technologist is responsible for the performance of all aspects of MR imaging, accurately and in accordance with established procedures and policies in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases in patients of all groups. Follows all regulatory guidelines and MRI safety precautions. Maintains professional standards of conduct an ethics as outlined in department expectations and professional organizations.  Contributes to total patient care by accessing pertinent patient information, processes images, assures correct images, accurate billing and file documentation, records information related to exams into department computer system. Performs other activities in support of clinical team members when not engaged in imaging activities.   - Recognizes changes in patient’s condition and notifies appropriate RN or physician. - Proficient in the use of emergency equipment (e.g. checks crash cart according to policy). - Maintains proficiency with unit specific equipment troubleshoots and reports malfunctions promptly. - Applies immobilization devices and/or shielding as required. - Assist in the movement of patients to and from wheelchairs and radiographic tables using appropriate body mechanics. - Performs diagnostic MR Imaging including general studies, contrasted scans, and spectroscopy following all appropriate legal licensure, regulatory and professional practice standards and requirements according to established protocols, policies and procedures. - Performs tasks according to department protocols and procedures. - Marks images with correct labels. - Utilizes correct and adequate skills to achieve the best image sequencing for the body part being examined. - Communicates prep and aftercare instructions to patient and or family as appropriate to job responsibilities. - Recognizes the importance of the exam and reassures patient regarding issues of claustrophobia. Capable of talking a patient through the exam or recognizing when to quit. - Takes steps to complete any information that is missing. Ensures that there are comparative films for the radiologist’s interpretation as appropriate to job responsibilities. - Ensures continuity over time among the phases of services to the patients. Notifies the patient of any wait > 15 minutes or any repeats reasons or delays for immediate interpretations. - Consistently completes the computer functions necessary to document each patient visit including: Start/Stop times, allergies and all required technical data points. - Attends and maintains mandatory training in safe patient handling, trained in safe lifting techniques, includes but not limited to 1) Appropriate use of lifting devices and equipment, 2) Five areas of body exposure: vertical, lateral, bariatric repositioning and ambulation, 3) Use of lifting devices to handle patients safely. - Other duties as assigned or required - Independently recognizes and performs duties which need to be done without being directly assigned. Establishes priorities; organizes work and time to meet them. - Recognizes and responds to priorities, accepts changes and new ideas. Has insight into problems and the ability to develop workable alternatives. - Accepts constructive criticism in a positive manner. - Adheres to attendance and punctuality requirements per hospital policy. Provides proper notification for absences and tardiness. Takes corrective action to prevent recurring absences or tardiness. - Uses time effectively and constructively. Does not abuse supplies, equipment, and service. - Observes all hospital and departmental policies governing conduct while at work (e.g., telephone and computer use, electronic messaging, smoking regulations, parking, breaks and other related policies).
Category
Clinical Tech
ID
2022-93991
Job Location
US-CA-National City
Shift
Variable

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