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  CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant), Student Nurse, LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse), BSN (Bachelors Prepared Nurse)

Medical-Surgical Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Maternal Health Nursing, Public Health Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses, Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext), Primary Care Nursing, Urgent Care Nursing, Geriatric Nursing, Hospice Nursing


About the Mission Trip International Medical Relief will bring much-needed aid to the world’s second most populous country, India. The team will care for those with the greatest need for...

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  CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant), Student Nurse, LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse), BSN (Bachelors Prepared Nurse)

Medical-Surgical Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Maternal Health Nursing, Public Health Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses, Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext), Primary Care Nursing, Urgent Care Nursing, Geriatric Nursing, Hospice Nursing


About The Mission Trip This special trip is dear to IMR's heart, as our very first trip was to Senegal in 2002, and we have worked here for more than a decade. Join us as we return with gr...

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  CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant), Student Nurse, LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse), BSN (Bachelors Prepared Nurse)

Medical-Surgical Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Maternal Health Nursing, Public Health Nursing, Home Health Nursing/Visiting Nurses, Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext), Primary Care Nursing, Urgent Care Nursing, Geriatric Nursing, Hospice Nursing


About The Mission Trip IMR will return for our fifth visit down the beautiful, world renowned Amazon River. Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world and takes up nearly half of South A...

  • Per Diem

  LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse), RN (Registered Nurse)

Primary Care Nursing


Organization:  ImagineMD   Title:  Registered Nurse   Starting:  Feb 21, 2017   Reports to:  Supervising physician (Founder/CEO of ImagineMD) &...

  • Full time

$negotiable / hour

  LPN/LVN (Licensed Practical/Vocational Nurse)

Primary Care Nursing


Summary:  Under supervision, provides basic nursing assistance and assists residents with daily living activities.   Essential Functions: Answers signal lights and bells to de...

  • Full time

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Primary Care Nursing


Summary: The Director of Staff Development is responsible for planning, directing, coordinating, and evaluating educational programs for nursing service and other departments, performs clinic...

  • Full time

  CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant)

Primary Care Nursing


Summary:  Under supervision, provides basic nursing assistance and assists residents with daily living activities.   Essential Functions: Answers signal lights and bells to de...

  • Full time

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Primary Care Nursing


Summary: The LPN Charge Nurse manages a designated group of nursing employees on a nursing unit and assures smooth operations of the unit for a designated shift under the direction and superv...

  • Full time

  RN (Registered Nurse)

Maternal Health Nursing


 1. Must have current and valid license as a Registered Nurse issued by the State of California.  2. BLS upon hire and maintain current.  3. NRP within 3 months of hire.  ...

  • Full time

  BSN (Bachelors Prepared Nurse)

Intensive Care Unit Nursing (ICU, MICU, CCU, ext)


Position: Director: Critical Care, West Hills Hospital, Los Angeles Top Reasons To Love This Job 1.     Hospital has received numerous “five-star” awar...

  • Full time

$172000 / year

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India – Holi March 11, 2017 - March 19, 2017 ,
18-01-2017

About the Mission Trip

iStock_000003287029LargeInternational Medical Relief will bring much-needed aid to the world’s second most populous country, India. The team will care for those with the greatest need for medical attention.  Our clinics are nestled among the centuries-old traditions in southern India. Engage this culture firsthand as you provide greatly needed medical care to the densely inhabited communities. Those left out of the medical system will not only get medical attention, but will also be given needed education to help them survive among the populous.

About Clinic

According to the World Health Organization, India is recording very high infant mortality and a high death rate due to malaria from improper diagnosis, treatment and care. It is imperative for IMR to continue to help the Hindi people in India and overcome these health conditions. Our community health education portion of clinic has the ability to leave a lasting impact into future preventative health strategies, long after our team departs.

Trip Highlights

Our India trip coincides with the Holi festival, known as the festival of colors! To celebrate the beginning of spring, many Hindu people traditionally spend the festival days holding bonfires, spraying colorful powders and water on each other, and eating local delicacies. Join the IMR team as we take part in some of these local celebrations!

Extend Your Stay

tajMany of our volunteers have extended their stays at the back end of the trip to visit amazing world heritage sites and natural wonders including the Ranthambore Tiger Reserve, where you can watch the majestic tigers in their natural habitat.  A short flight to Delhi allows you to visit Agra and the Taj Mahal.  In Old Delhi, you can see the Chandni Chowk market area and visit the Red Fort, Jama Masjid, and either Humayuns Tomb or the Lotus Temple. If you are one of many our volunteers wanting to extend their stay to take advantages of the remarkable tourist destinations in the area, please select the option without team airfare.  IMR recommends working with our knowledgeable IMR-approved travel agent to arrange lodging, excursions, and airfare.
Senegal March 2, 2017 - March 12, 2017 ,
18-01-2017

About The Mission Trip

trip_InfoAboutThis special trip is dear to IMR's heart, as our very first trip was to Senegal in 2002, and we have worked here for more than a decade. Join us as we return with great joy to treat the Talibé children of Senegal. You will work in a tribal village where you will live with your patients for part of the trip and perhaps learn a little Wolof! You will hear the Senegalese exclaim, “Kaay leck!” (“Come eat!”) as generous helpings of thiéboudienne, the national dish made from fish stuffed with herbs, rice, and vegetables, is served on large round platters for your team to share. Dakar is often called "the city of contrasts" because in a single view you will see women laughing in lovely printed traditional dress and boubous riding in pony carts, businessmen and women stepping out of their Lexuses and entering high rise offices, overloaded trucks that are impossibly wide for the street, and the tin shacks that house the poor. Turn your head, and you will see goats tied on top of cars for a quick ride to their new homes, children laughing, running, and twirling wooden hoops, and dogs and ponies everywhere. Much of Senegal remains deeply patriarchal and traditional, but women now form a significant minority in the government, and education is on the rise. Most of Senegal remains rural, with very limited education, almost no health care outside of the cities, and extreme poverty. One child in eleven dies before the age of five. More than 20% of children are malnourished, and malaria is a common cause of death. Burns are a daily fact of life in the village, where families cook food over open fires. This is where you will make a difference in this remarkable country.

About Clinic

trip_InfoClinicOn this special trip, IMR will focus our efforts on the Talibé children (street children) and in a very remote village that is dear to IMR's heart, because it was our very first village! Your trip will be start with a bus ride that will take you past the famous Pink Lake (and it will be pink in March!) where salt is mined and the colonial capital of Senegal, Saint Louis before you arrive in a village where the children will steal your heart. You will be sleeping in the chief's compounds of the two large families in the village and will have every finger, both knees, and waist covered with the small hands of the children as you walk to clinic each day. You will find 100s of patients waiting for you each morning and spontaneous parties happening everywhere the team is. The patients you will see will not only come from the village; many of your patients will have walked for days to see you. Conditions will range from rashes to joint pain, lymphatic filariasis to leptospirosis, schistosomiasis to GERD. Burns are common from the open cooking fires and serious wounds are common in clinic each day. Please join us to work in this special village. Come see the garden, irrigation system, and well that IMR has funded. Join us on the 1st Tuesday of the month introduction conference call to learn more about the how and why IMR works in this magical place. You will also have the opportunity to provide 2 days of greatly needed care to the Talibé children. In rural Senegal, the only way for children to have the honor of attending school is through the Talibé system. In the past, this system developed educated professionals in Senegal; today, the system has become corrupt and abusive to the children entrusted in its care. The Talibé children live in dire conditions, sleeping on concrete floors with dozens of other boys in their "daara" or school, with up to 100 boys being cared for by a single teacher. In order to attend the school, the boys are forced to beg up to ten hours per day and are required to pay their teacher, which the teachers use for personal gain. After begging all day, the children learn the Koran by rote; if they make a mistake in recitation, they are often severely beaten. By the time they are fifteen or sixteen years old, they are often abandoned and become child prostitutes. Join IMR as we return for the eighth time to treat the Talibé children. In partnership with local organizations, IMR feeds all of the children we will treat during clinic, pays their daily fees to their teachers, and provides them with vaccinations, deworming, acute medical and dental care, wound care, and health education. We see some of our sickest patients in Senegal. On our 2014 trip to Senegal we treated more than 200 patients acutely ill with malaria and saw more than 2000 patients, many of whom were suffering with tinea, scabies, ear infections, urinary tract infections, respiratory infections, and sexually transmitted diseases. Your patients will be in the greatest need for medical and dental care. Health education will continue to make a difference to the health of the villages and the Talibé children. IMR partners with many medical and dental providers in Senegal and with an organization working to change the educational paradigms in Senegal. These partnerships will enable you to work side-by-side with a variety Senegalese physicians, dentists, pharmacists, and students in an atmosphere of mutual learning and patient care. Please join us for a very special opportunity to care for the most neglected of patients on this rewarding trip.

Lodging

trip_InfoLodgingThis is trip set apart by the variety of your experiences in Senegal. You will spend two nights camping in a Senegalese village, where the meals will be cooked by our hosts and although you believe you are there to provide care for the village, it is the village that will care for you. Each of your fingers will be filled with the love of a child hanging onto them as you walk to clinic in the early morning. During our lunch break, don’t be surprised if a spontaneous drum party begins. During our stay in Senegal, we'll have the chance to see beautiful mosques, the lovely Pink Lac, and Goree Island during our trip.

Trip Highlights

trip_InfoHighlightsYou will spend a day touring the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Gorée Island. This was the largest slave trading center on the African coast, and today it serves as a “memory island” where the suffering of the people who passed through the “door of no return” is palpable and deeply sobering. You will have a chance to stand in the slave quarters, where captured people from all over Africa were chained and quartered for three months before boarding the ships; if they lived through the three months, then they would probably survive the journey and bring a profit for the slave traders. Today, this spiritual place is a vibrant artists’ colony, famous for “found art” and sand paintings, and thriving as a local beach hangout. The team will share in the local excitement of a day at Gorée on a ferry ride to the island and in the thrills of finding a special treasure to remind you of your excellent patient care in Senegal.

Extend Your Stay

trip_InfoExtendedStaySenegal offers some of the best birdwatching in the world at Djoudj National Bird Sanctuary and the Langue de Barbarie, a chance to sleep for a night or two in tents in a Saharan camp in the Lompoul Desert, or a visit to one of the most beautiful colonial cities in all of Africa, Saint-Louis. Dindefelo Falls, located in the town of Dindefelo just a few miles from Guinean border, boast waterfalls about 100 meters high. The Niokolo-Koba National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere World Heritage Site, is home to lions, elephants, crocodiles, elands, chimpanzees, and leopards. More than 350 species of birds can be found in the park. Don't miss a visit to one of the weekly markets, with their beautiful spices, hand-hammered cooking utensils, and women everywhere, laughing and sharing as if they are your sisters (which they are!). Be careful of the many herds of goats; they will take a nip at your pocket, looking for a little tobacco! IMR is pleased to help you plan your extended stay! Ask the office how we can help!
Brazil – Carnival February 17, 2017 - February 26, 2017 ,
18-01-2017

About The Mission Trip

trip_InfoAboutIMR will return for our fifth visit down the beautiful, world renowned Amazon River. Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world and takes up nearly half of South America by itself. Brazil is a country of great natural beauty that includes mountains, wetlands, island archipelagos, waterfalls, colonial ports, and some of the world’s most populated cities. Your team will live and work on the Amazon River in the heart of the rainforest. Every moment on the river is a feast for the eyes, from the magnificent sunrises to the magnificent sunsets. You may even see an elusive jaguar or impossibly large anaconda as you survey your surroundings from the bow of the 5-star riverboat you will call home.

About Clinic

trip_InfoClinicThe Amazon Region of Brazil has about 23 million people with extremely low density. Don't be fooled by this, however. The river communities already know the dates of the IMR trips in 2016 and are eagerly waiting for you to arrive. The team will see patients with malaria and dengue fever, tinea and scabies, chagas disease, and many different wounds. Malaria, Dengue Fever, Leishmaniasis, Tuberculosis, and Leprosy are major public health concerns in the region but there is also an epidemiological shift occurring with the rise of chronic, non-communicable diseases, personal violence, and alcoholism. IMR brings significant value to these patients by providing education on hypertension, diabetes, smoking, and sexually transmitted diseases in addition to basic hygiene, water storage, sanitation, and mosquito/insect control. On past trips, IMR has seen a wide variety of skin conditions and wounds, including snake and piranha bites, cutaneous leishmaniasis, and many types of fungal infections. Ear infections are common in all ages. Dental care is of primary importance along the river and your team will provide oral health education, fluoride, and acute dental care to every patient in your care. You will be provided with extensive public health information to help you provide the best care possible for your patients, including statistics from past IMR teams. The remote river communities will welcome your team with open arms, a plea for care, and a friendly “obrigado” (Portuguese for “thank you”) upon your departure.

Lodging

trip_InfoLodgingYou and your team will live on a five star, world-class boat and set up a full medical and dental clinic in remote villages along the water’s edge. Without IMR, these villages have no other means of healthcare. Upon returning to your private riverboat each night, you will be welcomed with a feast of local cuisine and opportunities for stargazing, crocodile hunting, hammock swinging, and much, much more. After a dinner of local delicacies and remarkable desserts, the boat will make ready for your departure to the next clinic site while you take a hot shower under the stars and prepare for a wonderful night’s sleep without bugs or cares. Enthusiastic crowds will gather at every stop, and children will peer through every crack as they anxiously wait their turn for care and hugs from the IMR team.

Trip Highlights

trip_InfoHighlightsSimply being in the Amazon, living on a riverboat, and caring for people with very limited access to care may be enough, but there is still more to see! Your team will spend a day discovering Manaus, including the renowned opera house, Teatro Amazonas (the #1 rated place to visit in Manaus according to TripAdvisor!), the handicrafts market, and the Rio Negro Palace. You will also have the opportunity to explore the rainforest and "hunt" for caimans, explore the villages where you will work, and experience life aboard, steaming up and down the Amazon. Every IMR team member who has "taken the boat" will tell you - this trip is best!!

Festival Information

trip_InfoFestivalThe Rio Carnaval is not only the biggest Carnival, it is also a benchmark against which every other carnival is compared and one of the most interesting artistic events on the globe. Almost everyone has heard of Rio Carnaval. Foreign visitors to it alone number around 500,000 every year. One of the greatest elements of Rio Carnival is that it not only provides entertainment for many people around the world but it also gives a chance to learn about the true culture of Brazil. Carnival is very important to the Brazilians, it sums up their way of thinking and way of life. It is a euphoric event where people dance, sing, party and have an overdose of fun. There are many parties that take place before, during and after Carnival all night and all day. It allows someone's true heart to come out and have as much fun as possible.

Extend Your Stay

trip_InfoExtendedStayYou certainly don't have to leave Brazil to have the vacation of a lifetime. From waterfalls to beaches, mountains to deserts, from the 15th century to the 21st century, there is something for everyone in Brazil. Add into the mix 200,000 million of the nicest people you will ever meet, and some of whom you did meet during clinic,and you have the perfect place to extend your stay. Visit Pelourinho, a 16th century city, climb Sugarloaf Mountain to see Rio de Janeiro from a whole new perspective, learn a little Capoerira, a Brazilian martial art using art and music and requiring tremendous upper body strength (you are IMR, you can do it!!), or the Tujuca Forest in the middle of Rio, or the Museu de Arte in Sao Paulo. Not matter which direction you go in, there is something amazing to do in Brazil! The IMR office can help you extend your stay, so give them a call!
Outpatient Primary Care Nurse ,
13-01-2017
Organization: ImagineMD
 
Title: Registered Nurse
 
Starting: Feb 21, 2017
 
Reports to: Supervising physician (Founder/CEO of ImagineMD)
 
ImagineMD is a direct primary care physician office located in the West Loop of Chicago. Our mission at ImagineMD is to provide medical care that keeps pace with best clinical practice guidelines and the cutting edge of medical research and to provide quality customer service to all our patients without the time constraints that surround traditional primary care.
 
The registered nurse will provide a wide variety of clinical care services and customer service to patients under the direct supervision of the physician(s) in the practice for clinical matters and under the direct supervision Chief Operating Officer for administrative matters. Clinical services will include but are not limited to: assisting with assessing a patient’s health condition by performing routine therapeutic or diagnostic testing during appointments and/or administering medications.
 
Registered Nurse Responsibilities:
  • Greets and rooms all patients.
  • Performs vital signs and specimen collection (includes blood, urine, and stool) for lab testing.
  • Schedules specialty appointments, x-rays, and procedures for all patients
  • Administers medications orally, intradermally, subcutaneously, and intramuscularly.
  • Provides case management by serving as a resource and contact person for patients referred to other providers and/or ancillary services.
  • Obtains medical records and scans them into the EMR per protocols.
  • Responds to and documents patient requests for prescription refills and referrals in accordance with established medical assistant protocols.
  • Participate in daily morning clinical care meeting with supervising physician to review and discuss patient care
  • Restocks exam rooms with medical supplies
  • Ensures exam rooms are clean, safe, and ready for patient visits.
  • Other duties as assigned.
ImagineMD care team is responsible for providing exceptional care to all patients and facilitating the coordination of care for our patients throughout the healthcare system. We are looking for an experienced registered nurse with:
  • Current IL RN license
  • Current CPR certification
  • EMR experience required
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to demonstrate accountability, problem-solving skills, provide exceptional customer service, and have a positive attitude
  • US work authorization
ImagineMD is an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate against employees and job applicants based upon certain characteristics such as age, race, color, creed, sex, religion, and disability. We encourage all qualified applicants to apply.
 
To apply: please email Dr. Alex Lickerman at alickerman@imaginemd.net with a paragraph of no more than 250 words explaining why you are a good fit for the position.
Licensed Practical Nurse $1,500 Sign On Bonus ,
11-01-2017

Summary: Under supervision, provides basic nursing assistance and assists residents with daily living activities.

 

Essential Functions:

  • Answers signal lights and bells to determine resident needs.
  • Assists residents with grooming, oral hygiene, bathing, hair, and incontinence care.
  • Obtains food trays and assists residents with feeding.
  • Assists residents with range of motion exercises, and movement to wheelchair or activity areas.
  • Assists resident with turning and positioning in bed
  • Assists resident with ambulation for short distance in facility.
  • Takes and records temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates, and food and fluid intake and output, as directed.
  • Performs other tasks as assigned.
  • Conducts job responsibilities in accordance with the standards set out in the Company’s Code of Business Conduct, its policies and procedures, the Corporate Compliance Agreement, applicable federal and state laws, and applicable professional standards.
  • Documentation on flow sheets as directed.
  • Attends interdisciplinary meetings as needed to provide input into selected resident’s plans of care.
  • Documents restorative services provided following facility policies and procedures.
  • Reports to Charge Nurse or designee on progress/lack of progress in achieving restorative goals.

CNA

HHA

PCA
LNA

certified nursing assistant

licensed nursing assistant

nurse’s aide

 

#MON-NCD

 Education:

  • High school diploma or equivalent preferred.

Licenses/Certification:

  • Valid certification as a CNA in the state of employment.

Experience:

  • Six months experience in a long term care environment preferred.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Ability to react decisively and quickly in emergency situations.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with residents and their family members, and facility staff.

Service Excellence Requirements:

  • Work efforts reflect a passion for exceeding customer expectations.
  • Solicits patient/resident feedback to understand their needs and the needs of the community. Advocates for Service Excellence within the Center and influences others to take action.
  • Displays responsibility by taking ownership of quality care. Shows dedication to enriching the lives of our patients and residents through empathy and compassion.
  • Exhibits a commitment to results by looking for and recommending/implementing process improvements.
  • Demonstrates commitment to interpersonal excellence through professional greetings, proper telephone etiquette, common courtesy, a professional attitude and appearance.
  • Enriches the Center culture by having fun.
  • Recognizes the benefits of team collaboration. Shows respect for fellow employees by working together to get the job done.
  • Effectively addresses customer concerns and resolves conflict in a manner that is fair to all.
Staff Development Coordinator RN ,
11-01-2017

Summary:

The Director of Staff Development is responsible for planning, directing, coordinating, and evaluating educational programs for nursing service and other departments, performs clinical tasks and assists in other departments. The Director of Staff Development will perform clinical tasks and assist in other departments on a routine basis and as a significant portion of their time.

 

 

Essential Functions:

  • Ensures that employees receive compliance training and education necessary to perform their job responsibilities in accordance with Kindred’s Code of Business Conduct.
  • Oversees the process for competency evaluation of new clinical department personnel; recommends progression to permanent employment or extension of orientation/probationary period for new employees.
  • Plans, organizes, and implements ongoing education and training programs for licensed nurses, nursing assistants, unit clerks, and other ancillary personnel to promote the knowledge and skills necessary for the provision of quality care consistent with services provided by the center.
  • In coordination with the Director of Nursing and the Executive Director, periodically reviews the center Clinical Admission Grid and service lines to identify applicable advanced/as needed competencies required for clinical personnel.
  • Plans, organizes, and implements education training programs to meet the strategic goals of the center.
  • Conducts or coordinates certification or training programs for Nursing Assistants to prepare them for state certification/competency exam as applicable.
  • Conducts needs assessment through review of survey history, individual performance and competency evaluation, center performance improvement trends, input from center department managers, and input from individual staff members, to identify educational needs to staff.
  • Provides and/or assists employees to identify available resources to achieve continuing education requirements if applicable.
  • Ensures the educational curriculum in the center meets or exceeds state, federal and accreditation requirements.
  • Develops and maintains monthly and annual education calendars.
  • Ensures educational opportunities are effectively communicated to center personnel.
  • Provides clinical and classroom hands-on instruction, and on the job coaching to licensed and unlicensed personnel.
  • Coordinates and/or conducts CPR training for licensed personnel and applicable non-licensed personnel.
  • Working with the Director of Nursing Services (DNS), ensures clinical competency of nursing staff through observed skills evaluation, and ensures completion of annual competency assessments for clinical personnel.
  • Provides supplemental training and education as applicable for identified performance concerns and makes recommendations for additional training and follow up to the Department Manager.
  • Collaborates with other staff, within the nursing service and other departments, to provide educational programs and experiences. Utilizes both internal and community resources in meeting staff development needs.
  • Organizes and assists individuals with the development of learning opportunities for professional growth.
  • Utilizes and disseminates current nursing literature and educational materials. Ensures staff awareness of current policies and procedures and professional standards of practice.
  • Ensures staff education and skills validation regarding patient care procedures and equipment.
  • Ensures that documentation for all training and education is completed and maintained in accordance with state, federal and Kindred Compliance program requirements.
  • Ensures data entry into the Learning Management System is reflective of all in-service education offerings and employee attendance, and is updated timely in accordance with company policy.
  • Recommends staff development program and resource needs to administration for budgets and contains expenditures to current budge.
  • Develops and facilitates and orientation program for all facility personnel. Orientation programs to include general orientation for new and rehired facility personnel and clinical orientation for clinical employees in accordance with Kindred policy as well as state and federal requirements and other job specific/roles based training as needed.
  • Plans, organizes and implements concise orientations for contract personnel.
  • Coordinates students’ clinical experiences within the facility; provides orientation for visiting faculty and students.
  • Manages Employee Health Program.
  • Ensures proper retention of employee health records in accordance with applicable laws and regulations.
  • Participates in Worker’s Compensation/Blood Borne Pathogen programs as assigned with oversight of documentation requirements.
  • Serves as a member of the center Safety Committee and ensures education is provided to personnel in response to identified trends and immediate safety concerns.
  • Services as the center Infection Control Preventionist as assigned.
  • Participates as a member of the center Performance Improvement Committee and applicable subcommittees and develops educational strategies to facilitate quality improvement efforts.
  • Reads professional literature and participates in educational experiences that assist in maintaining and improving personal, clinical and teaching competencies.
  • Adheres to professional code of ethics.
  • Performs other tasks as assigned.

 

Core Values/Service Excellence:

  • Work efforts reflect a passion for exceeding customer expectations.
  • Solicits patient/resident feedback to understand their needs and the needs of the community. Advocates for Service Excellence within the Center and influences others to take action.
  • Displays responsibility by taking ownership of quality care. Shows dedication to enriching the lives of our patients and residents through empathy and compassion.
  • Exhibits a commitment to results by looking for and recommending/implementing process improvements.
  • Demonstrates commitment to interpersonal excellence through professional greetings, proper telephone etiquette, common courtesy, a professional attitude and appearance.
  • Enriches the Center culture by having fun.
  • Recognizes the benefits of team collaboration. Shows respect for fellow employees by working together to get the job done.
  • Effectively addresses customer concerns and resolves conflict in a manner that is fair to all.

staff development

nurse instruction

nursing instructor

nurse instructor

CNA instructor

nursing preceptor

staff training

nurse education

nursing education

#MON-NCD

#LI-NCD

Education:

  • Graduate of an accredited school of nursing, RN required, BSN degree preferred

Licenses/Certification:

  • License as a RN in state employed
  • Valid CPR teaching certificate preferred
  • IV Instructor Certification preferred
  • Certified Infection Control Nurse preferred
  • Current with state Continuing Education (CE) requirements

Experience:

  • Three (3) years of nursing experience, of which one (1) year was in a long term care environment
  • One (1) year experience as an instructor preferred
  • One (1) year acute care experience preferred
Certified Nurse Assistant ,
11-01-2017

Summary: Under supervision, provides basic nursing assistance and assists residents with daily living activities.

 

Essential Functions:

  • Answers signal lights and bells to determine resident needs.
  • Assists residents with grooming, oral hygiene, bathing, hair, and incontinence care.
  • Obtains food trays and assists residents with feeding.
  • Assists residents with range of motion exercises, and movement to wheelchair or activity areas.
  • Assists resident with turning and positioning in bed
  • Assists resident with ambulation for short distance in facility.
  • Takes and records temperature, blood pressure, pulse and respiration rates, and food and fluid intake and output, as directed.
  • Performs other tasks as assigned.
  • Conducts job responsibilities in accordance with the standards set out in the Company’s Code of Business Conduct, its policies and procedures, the Corporate Compliance Agreement, applicable federal and state laws, and applicable professional standards.
  • Documentation on flow sheets as directed.
  • Attends interdisciplinary meetings as needed to provide input into selected resident’s plans of care.
  • Documents restorative services provided following facility policies and procedures.
  • Reports to Charge Nurse or designee on progress/lack of progress in achieving restorative goals.

#MON-NCD

     

 Education:

  • High school diploma or equivalent preferred.

Licenses/Certification:

  • Valid certification as a CNA in the state of employment.

Experience:

  • Six months experience in a long term care environment preferred.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Ability to react decisively and quickly in emergency situations.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with residents and their family members, and facility staff.

Service Excellence Requirements:

  • Work efforts reflect a passion for exceeding customer expectations.
  • Solicits patient/resident feedback to understand their needs and the needs of the community. Advocates for Service Excellence within the Center and influences others to take action.
  • Displays responsibility by taking ownership of quality care. Shows dedication to enriching the lives of our patients and residents through empathy and compassion.
  • Exhibits a commitment to results by looking for and recommending/implementing process improvements.
  • Demonstrates commitment to interpersonal excellence through professional greetings, proper telephone etiquette, common courtesy, a professional attitude and appearance.
  • Enriches the Center culture by having fun.
  • Recognizes the benefits of team collaboration. Shows respect for fellow employees by working together to get the job done.
  • Effectively addresses customer concerns and resolves conflict in a manner that is fair to all.
Registered Nurse - Hire Wages! ,
11-01-2017

Summary:

The LPN Charge Nurse manages a designated group of nursing employees on a nursing unit and assures smooth operations of the unit for a designated shift under the direction and supervision of a Registered Nurse. Could encompass one or more units depending upon size and clinical programs. Scope of work may be modified by State specific rules under the Nurse Practice Act.

 

Education:

  • Graduate of accredited LPN/LVN School of Nursing

 

Licenses/Certification:

  • Current LPN/LVN licensure in the State employed
  • Valid CPR Certification

 

Experience:

  • At least one (1) year of nursing experience preferred
  • Evidence of continuing education or special preparation or experience in gerontological nursing and/or long term care nursing desirable.
 
Labor & Delivery Registered Nurse ,
6-01-2017
 1. Must have current and valid license as a Registered Nurse issued by the State of California. 
2. BLS upon hire and maintain current. 
3. NRP within 3 months of hire. 
4. Fetal monitoring within 6 months of hire and maintain current. 
 
The Registered Nurse is responsible for the delivery of safe patient care utilizing the nursing process of assessment, planning, implementation and evaluation. The Registered Nurse also directs and guides patient/family teaching and activities of other nursing personnel while maintaining standards of professional nursing. Provides direct patient care within the scope of practice without assistance to neonates, adolescents and women of child bearing age. Is able to respond quickly and accurately to changes in condition and/or response to treatment. Provides for a safe environment for patients and visitors. Utilizes the chain of command when necessary to ensure patient well-being and appropriateness of care to babies and mothers during the ante partum and post partum periods. 
Please apply here:
 
https://www.smarthires.com/showempjob.htm?viewId=d7GyCcCNC5k%3D
$172,000 Director: Critical Care Unit ,
5-01-2017
Position: Director: Critical Care, West Hills Hospital, Los Angeles

Top Reasons To Love This Job

1.     Hospital has received numerous “five-star” awards for treatments and patients;

2.     Sign-on and relocation package; and

3.     A team dedicated to serving their community, with excellent patient care and community programs.

Top "Must-Have" Skills

1.     A minimum of 5 -7 years of senior leadership experience, overseeing ICU and CCU units;

2.     A BSN is required. MSN strongly preferred; and

3.     BLS and ACLS certifications required. CCRN preferred.


Responsibilities

1) The management and coordination of the ICU;

2) Direct and supervisory functions and activities;

3) Interpret policies, procedures, standards, and regulations as is appropriate to personnel, medical staff, patients, and public;

4) Perform nursing duties as needed;

5) Assess and evaluate:

       - Care/services provided;

       - Staffing levels;

       - Competence and educational needs of all employees; and

       - Effectively coordinate and control resources.

6) Development and implementation of organizational and department policies & procedures;

7) Maintain an environment for continuous quality improvement; and

8) Be responsive to organizational change and community needs.

To apply please send an email with the title of the position in the subject line and your resume to:  ApplicationsHealth@gmail.com
 

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